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We booked your hotel 2 months ago, 2 nights on 29th and 30th April, for the labour day long week end.
We arrived as planned around noon, rang the door bell a few times and no answer. We managed to get in and went to...More
Small (I believe there are only four rooms) on the first floor of a centrally located building, right opposite the Il Sistina Theatre and just a few minutes walking from the Spanish Steps. There is a (small) elevator and you get four keys to get...More
We stayed in this wonderful hotel for two nights. The owner and all personal stuff were so caring and made us feel home! Our room was just great and we enjoyed i a lot. The location is central, close to the Spanish Steps, the Trevi...More
I traveled on my 40th birthday with my husband. I had booked this luxury room months before we went and when ever I emailed asking questions they was answered near enough straight away. I booked a car to pick us up from the airport which...More
We stayed 3 nights and very pleased with the room modern decor and comfortable. We had the large room with balcony and street view. Not much noise from the street. Great location for Spanish steps, trevi fountain and underground station. Breakfast (extra paid for when...More
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Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi )
US$86 - US$645 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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