Ratings based on 5 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.4 Room cleanliness
3.0 Service & staff
3.0 Room comfort
3.8 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Everyoneby niki from canada
DecentPosted Jun 19, 2014
Did the job, however even though it looks lose to downtown rome/ the Vatican it is a ways away to get across the river to the main area.. And public transport was very difficult to figure out.. Room was good just can't stand the two single beds stuck together to make a double.. But that is Europe.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Very nice room and friendly staffPosted Jul 24, 2013
Pros: Friendly staff and clean
Cons: 2 queen beds instead of 2 single beds
Location: good location, about 15 minute was to Trestevere.
We stayed in the B&B for only one night. There were four of us and 1 queen bed and 2 single beds with a lot of space and a very clean bathroom. It was walkable to all of Rome, but not in the city center. St. Peters was viewable from the B&B. For breakfast we were given a voucher for 4 cappuccinos and 4 croissants at the bar downstairs. It was a very nice experience there as well, the staff was extremely friendly and we were able to choose which types of croissants we wanted. The owner of the B&B only spoke Spanish and Italian and not very much English.
Recommendedby A verified traveler
Posted Jun 30, 2013 on Hotels.com
frustrated, because the owner wants cash instead credit card, even though I asked before booking; and she said that she would accept credit card. The T.V was not working and the Wi-Fi service was not good.
by A verified traveler
Underwhelming.Posted May 18, 2013
We just checked out of this hotel yesterday after a 4 day stay. I can say that If I ever come back to visit Rome, I will not be staying here. The room we stayed in was nice - quite spacious with a nice balcony. However, I think it's safe to assume that the walls are made of rice paper. You can hear every noise coming from the neighboring rooms. You can even hear the shuffling of feet from the apartment above. It was incredibly disturbing. I wore earplugs every night and I could still hear every small noise. As for the breakfast that is included with the room, if you can call it breakfast, was another disappointment. The owner asks you to walk down the street to a resteraunt for it. It took us almost an hour to find. The resteraunt has its name sign written in size 8 roman times font on the front of the door. We were allowed one small croissant and cappacino each. We had to go and get a proper meal afterwards every morning. The room is also quite far from the sights in Rome. About a 25 minute walk to S. Peters and the Vatican. It is at minimum a 1.15h walk to the centre area of Rome. Not exactly a short stroll away for sightseeing purposes. Overall, I wasn't impressed with the B&B. I wish I would have spent a bit more money on a proper hotel room just for the sake of being closer to things and generally more comfortable.
Recommendedby A verified traveler
Il Colonnato - Impossible to find for me and taxiPosted Jun 4, 2011 on Hotels.com
The hotel room was nice enough, although it claimed to be "Bed and Breakfast" with little for breakfast. There is also no way to find the hotel as there is no sign on the outside of the building indicating there is a room there. The first guy I talked to did not speak English and was very abusive. No Internet access either despite being advertised.