Ratings based on 61 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.6 Room cleanliness
4.6 Service & staff
4.4 Room comfort
4.5 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from Lincoln, UK
Friendly atmosphere & great locationPosted Jul 3, 2014
Pros: Friendly service, clean, large space & fantastic location
Cons: Access was not an issue for us, but may be for less able people
Location: Very close to the Colosseum & the Roman Baths
The lady who runs this B&B has customer service second to none. We were a bit confused by the layout of the building, so she came down to meet us. On check in we were given a map & shown the best routes to go for the major attractions, plus which bus numbers etc to use. The room itself was great, large double, kettle, good sized bathroom. The room was exceptionally clean & had free wifi. The TV had the best reception & range of travels that we had experienced during our trip around Italy. Breakfast was served in our room at the time we chose the day before & it was prompt, fresh & non-intrusive. I would definitely return here, and would recommend it to all, it's location was so convenient (15 mins walk from the Colosseum) only 3/4min walk from public transport
Recommendedby I love Italy from Canada
Great little placePosted Jun 15, 2014 on Hotels.com
Fantastic traditional Italian breakfast served right to your door every morning. Location is great; only a 10 minute walk to the Colosseum, grocery stores and fantastic restaurants.
for Everyoneby Babs from Macclesfield
Lovely hotel,quirky set up.Posted May 25, 2014
Location: Just 10 minute walk from the Colosseum but bus stop just at the end of the road for route 81 can take you as far as the Vatican City
We have had a lovely 10 days at this hotel and have been looked after really well. Breakfast was brought to our bedroom every morning at the time we requested. This usually consisted of croissants, toast with jam and cheese spread, yoghurt, coffee, fruit juice, fruit and sometimes salami. The room had everything we needed including kettle with tea bags (no coffee)We did ask for an extra pillow and that was no problem. Our receptionists were lovely and helped us with information and the best places to see during our stay.
for Everyoneby Kristyn from Guelph, Ontario, Canada
A wonderful place to stayPosted May 24, 2014
Location: Great location for a 15 min walk or 5 min bus rides to the Coliseum, Forum, downtown and tons of great restaurants!
We enjoyed staying at the Domus Carcalla so much while we were in Rome we kept finding excuses to come back to the room during the day, just to put our feet up and relax (and beat the heat!). It was such a lovely facility and the woman running it was absolutely delightful. Breakfast brought to your room at the time requested, coupled with the lovely balcony, high end finishes and comfortable bed and linens made this an absolutely wonderful place to stay! Not sure when we'll be back in Rome but we would definitely stay here again!
Recommendedby David from Canada
Posted May 18, 2014 on Hotels.com
The breakfast was lovely and the staff were friendly and helpful. There are no outside markings to identify the hotel, just its name on the intercom to "buzz" the staff. Also, there was no hot water available in the late evening on two of the four evenings we stayed. It is within walking distances to many sites...I would stay here again.
for Everyoneby estelle from lancashire
Well located friendly quiet hotelPosted May 5, 2014
Pros: Everything, it was great
Cons: We had some difficulty getting in on the first night as it was self check in and we hadn't put +39 before the number provided.
Location: Very close to colosseum and nice eating places. Easy to get around the city from there.
Fabulous place. I was initially worried when we arrived at the old building down a quiet side street but had no reason to be, when we got in it was lovely, good decor very clean and lovely balconies and ensuites to each room. The staff were fantastic, from giving us a map and pointing out where to eat and get the best ice cream to even telling us which bus or tram was best to the Vatican. Well situated within 5 mins walk of the colosseum and the roman forum and near to some lovely eating places whilst still far enough away to get a good nights sleep away from the hustle and bustle of the city. Fab little place. Would definately recommend and if I ever go back to rome I would stay here again. Great value for money too! If you go you will not be disappointed.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Good B&B close to centre of RomePosted May 4, 2014
Good and clean, very nice people. One thin that could be better is breakfast - served in room, the same every day, too sweet and no choice of food.
for Couplesby jj from houston
fantastic bed and breakfastPosted May 3, 2014
Pros: hotel is inside small apartment complex very private, small balcony with table and chairs , no noise, hotel manager very helpful and speaks English .
Cons: mattress on bed was very hard . .shower too small. only English tv station (channel 69) (music only)
Location: 5 min. walk to Coliseum . lots of small cafe's and restaurant's within 5min. walk. close to reg. bus stop and 10min walk to Hop on and Off buses
arrived early morning our room was ready, we were given keys and map of city and bus info .hotel manager asked for our preference in morning drinks and our vacation than began
Recommendedby ECarson from North West
Great Location and ServicePosted Apr 28, 2014 on Hotels.com
We were shown to our room and given a map by the lady who looks after the hotel guests (I believe that some of the rooms were privately owned). She showed us the location to all of the main attractions as well as letting us know the best route to take (walking, bus etc) and where the cheaper places to eat were that still had decent meals, which was so helpful. She asked us to choose a time between 7.30am and 9am for our breakfast to be brought to us (on the balcony or in bed) and were asked what we would prefer to drink and eat (traditional european breakfast - croissants, salami, toast with a variety of jam, fresh fruit, coffee or tea, fruit juice and yoghurt). Our room was clean and quite modern and were swept and cleaned every day whilst we were out and she even called a taxi for us on our last day to take us to the airport in advance (we had no chance in booking one as they spoke no English at all). Great location, right near the Colosseum with traditional, inexpensive restaurants in the surrounding streets. Would definitely recommend! A little tip - the hotel will email you before your arrival to find out what time you will check in as I believe that the lady is only there from 7am - 3pm. Also, the buzzer labelled Domus Caracalla at the entrance didn't work so take a note of the hotel's phone number so you can call them and ask to be buzzed in when you arrive +39.392.6225574
for Everyoneby Victor from Vancouver, Canada
Comfortable stayPosted Apr 11, 2014
Pros: We liked the size of the room and the room balcony for the private breakfast. The staff was friendly and helpful.
Cons: The location requires about less than 10 minutes from the San Giovanni Metro station.
Location: There are the Baths of Caracalla nearby, about 10 mins away. It takes about 15 - 20 mins to walk to Circus Maximum or the Colloseo from the place.
My wife and I stayed there for 4 nights. It was very good. I was expecting small European hotel rooms but this one was a standard size room that I am used to. The breakfast was good with its pastry and drink. The room we stayed in had a balcony where we sat to eat breakfast and hear the birds chirp. It was good experience for our first time in Rome.