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This hotel is on the Pantheon square, so right in the heart of everywhere we wanted to be in Rome. Our room was small, but the bathroom and shower were plenty big and there was space to move around. The staff was friendly and very...More
Stayed 16th - 20th June. This hotel is an annex of the Hotel Abruzzi overlooking the Pantheon but do not let that put you off. rooms are small (but that is to be expected in an ancient capital) with all amenities including air conditioning. Annex...More
The first impression of the room is not the Wow efect. Don´t wait to much luxury. Rooms are bit small, equiped basicaly, small bathroom, nothing special. Modern style in old building. But, you have there everything you need (except glasses for your drinks, which are...More
Stayed here 12th- 15th of April.
We arrived by taxi and dropped by the side of the pantheon. Check in is at the hotel abruzzi which is undergoing some work to the outside so the front is boarded up- you may have trouble to find...More
Great location near the pantheon, Vatican, and trevi fountain. Walked to piazza navona for dinner and drinks. VERRRRY friendly staff- better then anywhere else on our stay. Make sure u go to hotel abruzzio to check in not the address for pantheon 3e because you...More
US$126 - US$303 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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