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I'll TRY keep this short and sweet and as helpful as possible, firstly the pictures are NOTHING like the actual apartment. 👀The pictures you're looking at are from 2014. And the great reviews are from years ago to.
I'll start by saying not suitable for...More
The location of the apartment is excellent, within walking distance to all the main attractions and Spagna metro station.
Sadly, we were very disappointed with the apartment we were given.
The photos on the website show a bright, airy apartment - but the one we...More
We technically booked on a website for what was called "Maison Del Gambero Piazza Navona" in their deluxe suite with bath in the piazza navona area, BUT at the last minute they moved us here. Overall experience was awful - we did not get to...More
We loved this place. It was in a great location and the place was amazing.
Thanks Concetta for our awesome welcome.
The only thing we didnt like were the stairs, but, hey, good way to work off all of that pasta we were eating!
The location of Maison del Gambero couldn´t be better. Spanish steps, Corso, Pantheon... very near by. We often prefer apartments and bed & breakfast over hotels when staying in a city. And we mainly choose by location because we only tend to sleep in our...More
US$131 - US$293 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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