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Casa Serafina
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Reviewed March 30, 2012

The reviews for this B&B were correct. Serafina made us feel very welcome and was accommodating for a later check in and for leaving our bags for collection at the end of our last day. There was a minor language barrier but transactions were simple and did not require much beyond basic communication and lots can be done with gestures!
The room was very comfortable and the bathroom was a private one separate to the room but this worked out alright being only up the hall way. I am not sure if all rooms were this arrangement but it might be something to consider when you book if this is important to you..
We couldn't believe how quiet it was given it was the street parallel to Termini (about 50m as the crow flies) with a lot of scooter traffic. The only noise heard was other guests arriving or leaving and some faint footfall on the stairs. It was a great location for arrival by train but also close to the National Museum and Basilica of Maria Maggiore side of town.
Breakfast was served in the cosy kitchen and consisted of fresh good coffee, yoghurt, juice and sweet croissants. We were able to appoint our time for this. It was a nice homely stay and very convenient.

  • Stayed: March 2012, travelled as a couple
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1  Thank Foreignforays
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Reviewed March 25, 2012

My partner and me were at this lovely place a couple of days ago, we went to rome for a week and we enjoyed a lot the time that we were resting here after the long days that we were visiting the great things that rome offers to you. Serafina (the owner) is a lovely person who always has an smile in her face, there's a great breakfast, the rooms are clean and tidy and the area is calm, perfect to have the deserve rest that you seek here.

  • Stayed: March 2012, travelled as a couple
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Thank JoseteG
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Reviewed October 24, 2011

Casa Serafina works well for a clean, comfortable room, with a good bathroom near Termini. It's only a short walk for an early-morning train. Valaria and Serafina greeted us, and Valaria speaks enough English for travelers to get by. She gave us a good restaurant recommendation down the street, and she offered to put our breakfast in a to-go bag for the next morning, which was appreciated. For pastry connoisseurs, be aware that the pastries were packaged. Also, be aware that there is no one on duty at night as far as I could tell, so this place is probably better for the independent-minded traveler. Our room faced an alley, so traffic noise was no problem.

  • Stayed: October 2011, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed May 21, 2011

The owner and her daughter made us welcome. As others have mentioned they have made no effort to learn any English so we made sure that we learned enough Italian to get by. The large bedroom was great by continental standards and the shower room just what you would expect. If you are happy with excellent coffee, some strange confections and a pot of yoghurt for brekfast you won't be disappointed. At €90 per night it was reasonable value compared to other places we checked out. Unfortunately, although the traffic noise subsided around midnight, every one of our four nights was disturbed by a car alarm which on two occasions went on all night. We cannot blame Casa Serafina for this but be aware of the potential problem. Four restaurants close by provide adequate food at reasonable prices.

  • Stayed: May 2011, travelled as a couple
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Thank NorthYorkshireMike
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Reviewed March 22, 2011

Very good position for Rome Termini station and the airport shuttle train. On the third floor of an apartment block serviced by a tiny lift but very secure, clean and welcoming. Owners have little or no English so be prepared to mime and mug if you have as little Italian as myself. Linguistic confusion led to us having coffee in the kitchen with our breakfast orange juice and rolls in a take-away paper sack - suited us nicely for the journey and wait at the airport. Beware Cards not accepted. Big thumbs up in passing to everyone at Trenitalia - staff and trains terrific - but will someone explain the seat numbering?.

  • Stayed: March 2011, travelled as a couple
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