This is a charming boutique hotel just by the Tiber River. I took the superior double bed overlooking the courtyard which was spacious and had good closets space. The shower leaked onto the bathroom floor which was not a 100% fixed and housekeeping did a poor job of cleaning the bathroom if at all. Toiletries were also not replenished.
If housekeeping were to be improved then I would have given this hotel high marks. Breakfast was included which consisted of pastries, cheese, coffee, juices and fruit. Eggs or anything cooked is an added charge. The atmosphere of this hotel is lovely and it must be nice to eat in the courtyard in warmer weather. Staff was very helpful and there is a great Gelato place just in front of the hotel. I would definitely come back as it was a good value, but I would be on top of housekeeping to maintain the room properly.
The location is great for sightseeing, with nearby restaurants and a quiet street, and a nearby bus and tram nexus. The room was relatively inexpensive considering the location and facilities, but we were off season.
Traveller from Victoria BC
Situated a few steps to Piazza Argentina , Campo de' Fiori , Navona Square and Venice Square in Rome city centre, 3 …More
Perfect room in a perfect location. The memory of an amazing view whilst listening to the opera singer in the square below will last a vey long time. The jacuzzi was an unexpected but very welcome surprise!
Located pretty much central to all landmarks in Rome.
Beautiful room and a great breakfast delivered to the room in the morning.
The staff were very friendly and helpful.
I would 100% recommend this hotel and I will return.
This was a very nice hotel in the middle of the city. Overall, the hotel is a little small, but that's to be expected from a VERY old building in the heart of Rome. The rooms and lobby are updated and nice. The included breakfast was excellent and the staff was courteous and helpful. I would definitely recommend it and would definitely stay there again.
In the heart of the historic centre, Piazza Navona is Rome’s most famous square. Like a giant stage set, this is where the theatre of daily Roman life is re-enacted among the café tables that spill out onto the fountain-splashed piazza. Bernini’s baroque extravaganza, the Fontana dei Quattro Fiume, is the most celebrated of the three fountains. Nearby is the Pantheon – one of Rome’s great symbols and a marvel of ancient architecture.
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