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All reviewseva's roomsspanish stepstrevi fountainb bcomfortable guesthousegreat locationearly flighta lot of noisea stones throwroom was spotlesstwo night staybed and breakfaststayed here for nightsfirst floormetro stationa wonderful staygave us a map
Such a lovely place to stay, staff were very friendly and very helpful (and we had breakfast in bed every morning) Room was great and it's location is perfect, from Evas Rooms you can walk to EVERYTHING!!! Would definately go back again!
My husband and I had 3 nights in Vernazza at Eva's Rooms (Room 3 - paid 60euro/night). The room is small, yes, but we had two suitcases in it, on the floor and open. The bathroom and room are lovely and clean and incredibly quiet...More
Went with my wife and son as a gift for his graduation had a first floor room window onto the street (no noise when window was shut) was great to lean out and look down to the spanish steps) Air con was a blessing. room...More
The hotel/guest rooms are very big, we had a lot of room for our luggage and for our three year old son to play in the room while we were indoors. The decor is gorgeous.
The location is fantastic, down the road was the Pjazza...More
This was a nice hotel, near to spanish steps , trevi fountain. the building and decor are not modern , but this is part of the charm . the frescoes on the walls are stunning.
it was spotlessly clean and comfortable. for this location in...More
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