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Hotel Borromeo - Rome Hotels
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Hotel Borromeo

Via Cavour 117, Rome 00184 - Map
A nice three week stay in a an accessible location near to many great sites. Daily Breakfast buffet was very much appreciated.
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This seven-story Rome hotel is set on Via Cavour in the Esquiline district, 500 meters (a quarter-mile) from Termini Station …More
Valle Hotel - Rome Hotels
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Valle Hotel

Via Cavour 134, Rome 00184 - Map
"Hotel with the mysterius bidet!!"
Hotel is clean and in a convenient location to the main attractions, the hotel is on a busy street so there is some street noise to deal with at all hours. Only a few problems with the stay, we had to tell 3 different people that we didn't have a working tv, it finally worked the last day or two. Housekeeping also left us without toilet paper one day (maybe they figured we would try the bidet), however the gentelman at the front desk took care of that and went above and beyond rectifying the situatuion in getting us toilet paper and even got us some ice so we could chill our wine. Hotel staff is friendly and helpful, breakfast was included which was convenient. It would be nice to have the air conditioning on at night as well as during the day.
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Located in Monti, this romantic hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Basilica di Santa Maria Maggiore, Roman Forum, and Teatro …More

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    The heart of Ancient Rome, all roads led to the Forum. Visitors flock here to walk the streets where Julius Caesar once trod when this was the centre of commercial, political and judicial life. Nearby, the Colosseum, described by Lord Byron as 'the gladiators' bloody circus', is the world's most famous amphitheatre and the most impressive of all Rome's buildings and ruins.

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