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i have stayed at this convent on four occasions. I would not stay anywhere else when in Rome except perhaps in August (no air-conditioning). The location means you can walk to almost all of the historic sites in the inner city. The price is great...More
On our last trip to Rome, price was so reasonable per person and location so fabulous that we will stay here again. Don't know if they have raised prices since, but for this husband as a value shopper, NSdiL cannot be beat. Also we got...More
I chose this place because of its location and it was perfect for me. It's a very short walk (down hill) to the Barberini Metro stop. Sistina Bar - down the street - has great pannini. It's a few blocks to the Spanish Steps and...More
My husband and I stayed at the convent of Le Suore di Lourdes in May of 2009. We chose it for it’s location and because we wanted to see what it was like staying in a convent. I tried to find out before we went...More
My wife and I along with another couple stayed here in Oct/08. We wanted somewhere central to the touristy areas, and this location was perfect. We could walk to everywhere, including the often overlooked Villa Borghese park, museum and zoo. Our friends' room was on...More
Frantic fashionistas, pedicured politicos, goal-oriented tourists, and on-the-go locals cross paths every day in Colonna, a delightful chaos in the very centre of the city. Even though it has some of the city’s loveliest sites—a 2nd century column, Belle Epoque shopping centre, and a magnificent Baroque parliament building—Colonna is not just another pretty face, but the cosmopolitan eye of Rome’s cultural
storm. Colonna can safely say it has the best of Rome: museums, boutiques, window displays, restaurants, cafes, and people watching.