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I stayed here for 5 nights and it was great in every way, except for it's location, which is a bit of a walk to most of the attractions. It's not too far, just not right in the heart of it. I stayed in a...More
We had a really bad experience at this b&b. First of all, there is no front desk to welcome you. The b&b is located in a locked building so you can't come in easily: you need to call the owner (what if you don't have...More
You must not only consider your budget when traveling but also be realistic about your expectations and exactly what you need a hotel room for. If you are traveling for hotel experience and pampering - this is NOT your hotel.
However, if you are a...More
The room was a good size, the TV did not work. We were told that internet access was included, but everyday we were told the internet was not working in Rome. Breakfast was basic with 3 types of cereal, various packages of jams and jellies....More
I try to book this guest house through the internet 2 times (once by request and second time by their website) -- firstly, I did not receive any reply for a request for a double room for like 2 days, which I thought was unprofessional,...More
Thanks to Fellini and La Dolce Vita, the Ludovisi and Via Veneto neighbourhood earned its reputation as a posh area where gorgeous Marcellos wooed actresses and models while bored housewives hung out in streetside cafes. The cafes are still there, and so are the cocktails, but the neighbourhood is now home to five-star businesses including hotels, banks, law firms, and embassies. The area is also right next to
Villa Borghese, a beautiful park for sporting and cultural adventures. If you're looking for tranquility by night, this may be the place: Ludovisi and Veneto tend to shut down after 20:00.