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The convent is right across the street from the Vatican Museum and is easily to catch a cab to anywhere. The reception desk is open until 6:30 pm and afterward you can ring a bell for service until 11:30 pm. If you arrive after 6:30...More
My husband and I spent three nights at this convent B & B and would stay here again. We had minimum interaction with the nuns and staff but the interaction was always friendly and helpful. The double room we had was a good size and...More
What a great location when visiting the Vatican and Rome. The room was spotless, airy and bright with a lovely big bathroom. There is a communal kitchen with a microwave (no oven/ hotplate) tea and coffee making and fridge. Out the back is a lovely...More
This was my 3rd stay here, My aunt is a nun at the "main convent house" on Lake Garda. The nun's have always been wonderful. Friends of ours are there in Sept. There is WIFI but it is slow. There is luggage storage if you...More
This place is run by nuns who make you feel at home immediately. As Rome is full of overpriced hotels with more or less friendly staff, this hotel really makes a difference. The atmosphere is a little more "hostel" than "hotel" but in a positive...More
You can search for Casa di Accoglienza “Paolo VI” Piccole Suore Sacra Famiglia and you should find their website and email address. They are very good at communicating through email. I cannot publish their email or... More
You can search for Casa di Accoglienza “Paolo VI” Piccole Suore Sacra Famiglia and you should find their website and email address. They are very good at communicating through email. I cannot publish their email or website on TripAdvisor, so I think the search is your best bet. It is a good place. Very quiet. We had very little contact with others, but we went in November. I felt very safe there, as you have to come through a locked gate and then into the convent. It is directly across from the Vatican Museum. Have fun. I hope this helps.