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We have stayed here before and really like the location - not too touristy. Our room was clean and comfortable but like many hotels in Italy the bed was firm.
The complimentary breakfast is plentiful and the staff is very attentive and helpful.
We enjoyed our stay at Villa Della Fonte. The room was clean and spacious. The location, very close to restaurants and shops. The staff was beyond helpful and courteous. Breakfast served daily in the terrace was at our time schedule and customized to our preferences....More
Perfectly situated for access to many of Rome's must visit sites - we were able to walk everywhere from Villa Borghese to the non-Catholic cemetery and everywhere in between!
Having been greeted by two coy swans gracing our bed upon arrival we felt immediately welcomed...More
This is a really nice place. Its location, just off the Piazza Santa Maria, is superb. The piazza is a vibrant area with great places to eat and buskers to watch and listen to. The only drawback is that it is difficult to reach by...More
Amazing location, incredibly kind staff especially the woman who worked the evening on 10/14 and waiting late for us to check in due to flight delays.
Everything about this place is charming, and we were very happy returning here after a long day in Rome...More
US$136 - US$231 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
#158 Romantic Hotel in Rome
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