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Our group of about 25 stayed here one night between returning from Orvieto before flying out of Rome the next day. The rooms were comfortable but not fancy. (Because some main traffic arteries are nearby, my light-sleeping wife was glad she had earplugs, though I...More
Helpful hosts held our luggage securely after we arrived early so we could take off and see the city and when we departed, they arranged for a taxi to the train Termini.
Our room had three single beds so we had an extra one for...More
This quite gated B&B is well priced, and it's located very close to numerous bus lines.
It is also a 5-minute walk to the Casaletto station, which is one end of the Piazza Venezia to Casaletto (Tram #8) line. From the Piazza Venezia station you...More
Domus Vitellia was an absolutely perfect place to stay in Rome. After long days walking throughout the grandiose and brutally hot city, seeing thousands of years of history and trying to retain a liftime's worth of information, Domus Vitellia was a sanctuary. It is a...More
It's an old Fashioned Hotel but good choice for Vatican vacations.
You may reach city centre easily buy tram
We went there in the evening and could hardly find the hotel, it's in a desolated and dark street area ..
There is no TV in...More
US$30 - US$38 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Above the city on the Janiculum hill, Monteverde is Rome’s popular "getaway" neighbourhood, coveted for its greenery. Rome's largest urban park, Villa Pamphili, is the area's centrepiece with affordable prices and peace and quiet. Monteverde is just far enough away from the centre to feel like you’re on a Roman holiday and close enough to feel the lure of Rome's chaos. Though its downside is the lack of
scheduled public transport, this family-oriented area is literally a well-deserved walk in the park.