Ratings based on 26 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.7 Room cleanliness
4.6 Service & staff
4.6 Room comfort
4.7 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Everyoneby Aaron from U.S.
Great Value for Location and Place to StayPosted Nov 30, 2013
My wife and I stayed for 3 nights. Great value for a stay close to metro and close to vatican. Can't complain for the price. Big room, large bed, with tv, own shower, bathroom. All you'd need.
for Everyoneby Blossom from India
Nice hotel close to VaticanPosted Oct 30, 2013
Pros: Clean and comfortable
Location: Vatican. Lots to see.
Very comfortable spacious rooms. Friendly, helpful owner. Value for money.
Recommendedby Patrick from Ireland
Best in RomaPosted Oct 9, 2013 on Hotels.com
This accomadation was Simply The Best. The welcome was truly gracious. The location is perfect with access to Metro and only 1 metro stop to Vatican.I enjoyed every moment of this special B&B. 10/10
for Personal Eventby andrusha from Portland, OR
stay near subwayPosted Oct 3, 2013 on Hotels.com
The location of BB is great: subway station Cipro and walking distance to Vatican Museums. The room is huge, and it has double bed, TV, cabinets, table, chair. The shared kitchen and bathroom are in clean and attractive state - actually everything is decorated with love and style. The owner is also responsive to additional requests. She speaks English and gave some directions to find places in city. The room is surprisinly quite although main road is not far. There are good and cheap food cafes along that Cipro Street. Once you are in subway, you can get almost anywhere in the city of Rome. Smart phone also gives you directions: walking, bus route and time, or subway(metro) line/time. Overall, i am pleased with hotel stay for its affordable rate, cleanliness, and location. And breakfast items are available all day - bonus!
Recommendedby Apichai Srisopha from USA
A Hidden Gem in PratiPosted Oct 2, 2013 on Hotels.com
Definitely a good value for the money, this B&B is located on a street only a short walk from Cipro Metro Station. From there it's only a short subway ride to all the sights in central Rome. It feels very safe and there is a good Japanese restaurant a block away for those travelers who aren't really into Italian food, like myself. I stayed on the sixth floor but there is an elevator in the building so that's not really a big issue. My only complaint is that the wall is quite thin so I had to put up with a couple of snorers from the UK on my last night, that kept me up all night! Bring earplugs just in case. Overall, you get what you pay for.
Recommendedby A verified traveler
Posted Sep 30, 2013 on Hotels.com
Fantastic B & B. Good size room. Convenient buffet breakfast. Access to kitchen and microwave great which we used. Close to great metro giving easy access to city centre. Lovely surrounding area with good restaurant and great Italian take away deli. Very comfortable bed. Thank you.
Recommendedby Austen from Denver, USA
Amazing!Posted Aug 16, 2013 on Hotels.com
Loved everything about this place. The rooms were spacious and very comfortable. It was a quick walk to the metro so access to the city was quite simple. There were many good eateries in the local neighborhood and I felt safe walking around alone at night. Camilla & Cinzia added a great personal touch and were very friendly and offered assistance with pretty much anything that came up. Also, the pastries and espresso were an excellent start to each morning. I wouldn't hesitate to book here again!
for Overnight Stay Before Destinationby E from Boston
great b&bPosted Aug 4, 2013 on Hotels.com
This was my first trip to Italy, and I was by myself before meeting up with friends. Camilla and Cinza were so warm and inviting when I arrived, and were so worried because I was a bit later than I had planned. They got me settled and told me where to head in the neighborhood, and suggested I walk over to see St Peter's all lit up for my first sightseeing trip in Rome. It was a wonderful suggestion! The room I stayed in was a great size, with a balcony right off of it where I had coffee every morning. The bathroom was shared with maybe one or two other people, which wasn't a big deal at all- and it was nice and clean. The kitchen was set up with breakfast and snacks, and there was always some sort of delicious cake or treat made by Camilla and Cinzia. B&B la roma di Camilla was a wonderful little place to stay and I would definitely stay there again!
Recommendedby Anneliese from Chicago
modern, impecably clean, charmingPosted Jul 26, 2013 on Hotels.com
Camilla and others are friendly and informative. The rooms are spotless, and spacious. Loved the patio, and the breakfast pastry is awesome!
for Studentsby Dailey from Iowa
B&B on the outskirts of RomePosted Jun 22, 2013
Pros: We felt safe, friendly staff, clean.
Cons: The bathroom and kitchen area could use some updating but they were both very clean.
Location: The location itself isn't that great, it's super close to Vatican CIty but we still had to use the Metro to get in there. Very close to a metro
Overall, we had a good stay here. Take note this B&B is in part of an apartment building, we stayed on the 6th floor. It's a perfect spot if you're just using it as a place to sleep/shower and eat a little breakfast. We were 2 college students traveling Europe so we were also on a budget. The hosts are very friendly and speak english. It's conveniently located 5 minutes walking distance from the Valle Aurelia Metro Station so even though its not in the center, as long as you know how to use public transportation, its great. Be aware of the extremely thin walls though however that separate the rooms. They offer a private transport from the airport to the B&B for 40 euros (Must do this ahead of time) We took the transport from the airport and got to our hotel in about 25-30 minutes. However we learned that there is a bus that goes to/from the airport to the central metro station in rome for 4 euros (which we took on our way back to the airport) so that would definitely be a cheaper route to go.