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InCentrum is a new idea of hospitality, combining practicality and comfort thanks to its apartments located in the heart of Rome. Situated in the prestigious and central location of Via Vittoria 64 and via Via del Babuinio 172, moments from the Spanish steps and Piazza del Popolo. The...
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my wife and I stayed for 3 nights in this Hotel. Neat, tidy and clean. Not huge but for the price paid it was a good choice. Excellent location as you are close to the Spanish Steps,shops and restaurants.
Room had air-condition and a small...More
Thank Greg W
Response from Incentrum, Direttore vendite at IncentrumResponded 2 weeks ago
Thank you for writing your review and sharing your experience!
We are glad that you enjoyed our apartment and your stay with us.
We do hope to welcome you and your wife again soon to Incentrum!
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Stayed herre for 4 nights in june .. best private transport ever from the air port..the Hotel fine .. no hassle. Good Mercedes CAR & good price .. 55 euro. Staff @ hotell where polite and Nice . Nice clan apartment.. booket through Booking .com...More
Response from Incentrum, Direttore vendite at IncentrumResponded 3 weeks ago
Thank you for your nice review!
We are glad that you enjoyed our accommodations and our transfer service.
We do hope that you will choose to stay with us again and try our direct booking online on our website, very simple and easy...More
This was my second time at Via Vittoria in 3 weeks. I liked it so much that I changes other reservations to return. This room was an executive which was an efficiency with a small fridge. I found the property to be meticulously clean and...More
Response from Incentrum, Direttore vendite at IncentrumResponded June 11, 2018
We thank you so much for sharing your lovely review!
Our staff and management are extremely thankful and happy for exceeding your expectations, we will keep working hard and we are looking forward to welcoming you again soon to Incentrum.
My family and I have traveled to Rome seven times now and this is by far the best lodging we have had. we have stayed here the last three time since 2014 and the service has always been consistent. The apartments are well kept and...More
Response from Incentrum, Direttore vendite at IncentrumResponded June 7, 2018
We are extremely happy to receive this lovely feedback from you!
Surely we will share your review with the entire staff, we are always glad to welcome you and your family to Rome and pleased that even this year we have exceeded your...More
We only had one of Incentrum's smaller 30 sq.m. "economy' units with a narrow balcony but it was adequate with respect to room and facilities for the fortnight we stayed there. Firstly we loved the location, being very close to the Spanish Steps (also with...More
Thank Roger C
Response from Incentrum, Direttore vendite at IncentrumResponded June 1, 2018
Thank you so much for taking time in writing this lovely and detailed review!
We are happy that you decided to share your experience with us and provided many descriptions of our location and services, this will surely be helpful to other guests...More
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