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The atmosphere and the accommodating staff... Very helpful and courteous.
Piazza di Spagna Prestige is lovely and perfectly suited for short or extended holidays. Well appointed (small) suite rooms and luxe bathrooms for ease and comfort. Safe, secure and clean property. Centrally located. Attentive staff. Very, very private - You forget you are a guest at times. Will ...
Good Restaurant within walking distance. Lo Convento. Nice staff. Very helpful and fully functional in English.
Excellent location for exploring Rome, several tram line only minutes from the hotel (Piazza di Porta Maggiore), and several excellent restaurants close by.
Nice guesthouse in an old palazzo in Trastevere (the quieter side). Owners are charming,
The hotel's location and service were fine to where we needed to travel throughout the city.
The property was good, the area was not so appealing. The rooms were fantastic, very clean just what you need for a short break. A little far away from everything if visiting the city. No pool available but we didnt need one.
The staff was really sweet and helpful. English skills were excellent. They had my taxi to the airport waiting at 6:15 as promised. Wifi and cellular internet does not seem to work anywhere in Rome, so I do not think that was their fault. Good shower with plenty of water pressure and a working shower ...
Food was great and a reasonable price. Easy bus into Rome or a taxi is under €20. The staff where so helpful and friendly and made the hotel what it is
One of the best things about Rome as a travel destination is that it has something for everyone. Backpackers will love the chilled out vibes of the San Lorenzo student district, while families will enjoy visiting the city’s many historic sightseeing spots, department stores and cheap and cheerful pizzerias.
Art lovers can spend their days wandering through museums, such as the Borghese Gallery, and exploring the city’s churches, many of which display artworks by the most famous Renaissance painters and sculptors. Wildlife enthusiasts, meanwhile, will want to head to the grounds of the Villa Borghese, where they’ll find the Bioparco di Roma, a zoological garden that has over 200 different species and a range of family-friendly attractions.
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