Ratings based on 36 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.8 Room cleanliness
4.6 Service & staff
4.7 Room comfort
4.7 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Everyoneby Stacey from Australia
Very quiet roomsPosted Dec 3, 2013
Very comfortable accommodation with lovely attention to detail. The location was ideal and in a lovely part of Rome. The room was also very quiet. The brothers that run the B & B are lovely and very helpful. Highly recommended.
for Everyoneby Marian from California
Centrally Located within Walking DistancePosted Oct 31, 2013
Pros: The place is family owned and the staff is helpful and friendly.
Location: If you like to walk, this place is within walking distance to all downtown Roman historical sites from the Vatican to the Caracalla Baths.
We stayed at Little Queen Bed & Breakfast and a few nights at the suites. The rooms are clean and quiet. It is a small operation so don't be expecting a large hotel experience. The buses stop in the square in front of the Little Queen Suites and go to all the places you might not want to walk to, including the Railroad Terminal should you want to take the "bullet train" for an overnight adventure to Pompei and Herculeneum. We enjoyed our stay and would reccommend it to others and would in fact stay there again.
for Everyoneby Rene and Tom from San Diego, CA
Friendly staff and fabulous location!Posted Oct 13, 2013
Pros: The location and friendly staff and the building is a historical building in the Largo Argentina area of the Pantheon neighborhood.
Cons: I wish that no smoking was allowed on the patio adjacent to our room, as we could not open our window due to the smoke.
Location: This hotel is in one of the finest neighborhoods of Rome. It is safe and a short walk to all attractions.
Great value! This small hotel is located in the heart of Rome in the Pantheon neighborhood. It is a short walk to all major sites in Rome. The owners and hotel staff are friendly, welcoming and very helpful. We enjoyed our stay and would stay here again.
for Everyoneby Linda from Miami FL
Great B&B, Dont' let the entrance scare you!Posted Sep 6, 2013
Pros: Extremely friendly and helpful staff, very well located in central Rome.
Cons: The front door, hallway and stairway could use a coat of paint.
Location: Centrally located in Rome close to the Pantheon, Campo di Fiori, Collesium and Forum. The Vatican is only a 10 minute taxi drive away.
Vittorio and all the staff are marvelous. We had to add an extra day to our stay and he fixed us up with a suite room for the entire 4 days so that we would not have to move to the B&B after the first night. The breakfast was great. They make coffee and eggs, toast or croissants and fruit. You eat on the terrace - very nice. The only thing is that when you arrive your taxi will drop you at what looks like a big Roman door with no hotel sign on it. You have to ring to get let in and then pass thru a small door in the big door, then thru a gate and into a hallway. Go up the stairs to the first floor all needing paint and looking very shabby. Then you come to the entrance of the Suites (this is for Suite Little Queen not the B&B) and all is bright and new and very clean. You are given keys to enter after you are checked in. The B&B is located a short walk away and if you stay there then you will be coming to Via Florida for your breakfast. Vittorio showed us the B&B and it is very nice with a better door but on an all pedestrian street. The Suites are located right on Largo Argentina which is a transportation hub with buses and taxis and a tram system passing by. Our room was located overlooking the square where they are excavating Roman ruins. All in all a very pleasing experience and I would recommend then highly.
for Familiesby A verified traveler
Centrally located hotel in RomePosted Aug 26, 2013
My husband and I stayed in the family room with our 2 teenaged sons. We loved it. The two brothers who run this hotel were very accommodating and helpful. Spoke perfect English. Place was very comfortable, clean and near everything. Beautiful terrace where breakfast is served. We had such a great experience there that we returned on our way back home for one extra night. A very positive experience for us.
for Couplesby Ozzie Traveller from Australia
Great location friendly staffPosted Aug 3, 2013
Pros: The location was close to all the must sees in Rome. Breakfast was great while sitting on a quiet and spacious balcony.
Great location and very friendly staff with a great outdoor balcony.
for Couplesby John from New Westminster, BC, Canada
Great HotelPosted Jul 29, 2013
We arrived late, but were given an access coed to get into the room and everything went well. We checked in the next morning over breakfast. This hotel has a number of satellite buildings, and we had to walk a few blocks to get to breakfast, but it was well worth it as there was the usual compliment of croissants, cereal and fruit, but also a chef to make eggs. The staff is great and we had a great stay. Located about 10 minutes from Campo di Fiori, and 20 minutes from the Colleseum in the Ghetto neighbourhood. Recommend crossing the bridge to Trastevere for dinner as there are countless great restaurants there. Food in the ghetto nearby is was pricy and not nearly as good as across the bridge.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Pleasant Stay in a great locationPosted Jul 18, 2013
Cons: TV and Stairs
Would highly recommend Little Queen to anyone looking for accommodation in Rome. Took my mother there to stay two nights early July 2013 and had a lovely time. Was located next to some good places to eat (Pizza, Gelato and Chinese) but was only a five minute walk to Piazza Navona; which has a number of great restaurants in and around it. Heard other people commenting on the quality of the breakfast, but we werent particularly big breakfast eaters and the food they did provide was good anyway. Room was clean, well kept and the owners were very nice; if not a little busy. The location was great too, really close to a lot of beautiful sites and landmarks. One downside is was that the TV didnt have any english channels, which is fine, I know you dont travel to watch TV, but its nice to have sometimes while you're relaxing to hear and understand a bit about home. Also mum struggles a bit with her knee, so the stairs up to the place were a bit difficult (but there werent that many anyway). Overall nice accomodation in a great location.
for Everyoneby Erica from Toronto, ON, Canada
Perfect Stay in RomePosted Jul 16, 2013
We absolutely loved this hotel in Rome! Vittorio and Simone (owners) were incredibly nice guys and very hospitable. It felt like we were guests in their home rather than us just renting a hotel room. They were very attentive, making sure that we were comfortable and were always available and happy to help us if we needed it. Simone personally walked my husband over to the local gym and got him a discount on the entrance fee. Sergio, another gentleman who works at the hotel, also went above and beyond for us. I cannot say enough good things about all of the people working at this hotel. We rented the family suite which was absolutely gorgeous. The suite was large by Rome standards. It was very clean and had the right mix of modern day amenities with old time charm. There were 200 year-old frescoes in our ceiling which really added to the ambience. We had breakfast (included) every morning on the outdoor terrace. Sergio, would make us coffee and eggs, and we'd help ourselves to the other items offered. It was a great way to start our morning before a long day of sightseeing. This hotel has the most incredible location. Campo de Fiori and the Pantheon are less than 5 minutes away. All of the sights were within walking distance and I do mean ALL. We did not take public transit once during our 5 days in Rome. We walked to the Vatican City, Coliseum, Trastevere, etc., and even to the Borghese Gardens. The location couldn't have been any better!
Recommendedby Michael from Dallas, Tx
Amazing find...Posted Jul 16, 2013 on Hotels.com
Great location literally across the street from where Cesar was murdered and within walking distance to all of the hot spots you'll want to see in Rome. A little tough to find at first but well worth the effort.