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My husband and I stayed at this small B&B in September 2015 for one week. There is no permanent reception, and the rooms are located over various floors in a large building which also houses offices and other tenants.
We received a phone call about...More
Response from Guido L, Direttore at I Giardini del QuirinaleResponded 25 September 2015
Thank you very much for taking the time to share your review about your experience with us.
I am very happy you enjoy our central location, close to Termini station and the metro stop Repubblica and at walking distance from the major touristic...More
It's a pretty cheap price to pay for the room you get. It's clean, cozy and in a really nice old building. Breakfast is provided every day and the butler guy is very friendly. He does like to talk a bit too much though! Was...More
Response from Guido L, Direttore at I Giardini del QuirinaleResponded 22 September 2015
Thank you very much for taking the time to share your feedback about your recent stay.
I am very happy you appreciated the room, our buffet breakfast and the positive attitude of our staff,
We hope to welcome you again in the near...More
Biggest problem with this quite low budget and well located (only 5 mins from Termini) is the terrible customer "service" they provide. I share my experience here:
Because it´s not a real hotel with reception, the stuff from hotel asks for arrival time in advance....More
Response from Guido L, Direttore at I Giardini del QuirinaleResponded 30 July 2015
While we thank you for sharing your feedbacks about your stay with us, we are very sorry to read your negative comments.
As we can read in other reviews, guests are usually enthusiastic about our customer service and we are really disappointed for...More
There is no one at this hotel to check you in. I wil share my experience with this terribly run hotel so you can look elsewhere for lodging. Two days in advance I stopped at this hotel to see where it was located and to...More
Response from Guido L, Direttore generale at I Giardini del QuirinaleResponded 30 July 2015
Thank you very much for taking the time to share your feedback about your stay at “I Giardini del Quirinale”.
Your opinion is very important to us and we will seriously take it into consideration to improve our service.
Since we continuously do...More
Very good location - close to the Termini train station, but not close enough, so no strange people that wander around the station, very quite decent street. Rooms clean and spacious, nice moder decor. Breakfast typical Italian. Wi-fi working poorly, but it's still there and...More
US$81 - US$172 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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