Ratings based on 3 Verified Reviews

They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
3.7 out of 5
5.0 Room cleanliness
3.7 Service & staff
4.0 Room comfort
4.0 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
We double-checked.
3 out of 5
Recommended
by LEONEL from NICARAGUA

LODGING IN ROME

Posted Nov 5, 2013 on Hotels.com
FIRST OF ALL, IT'S NOT A HOTEL, IT'S A GUEST HOUSE. THEN THE LADY ASKED FOR CASH, I CONFIDENTLY WENT WITHOUT THAT CASH, WHICH I HAD TO PULL OUT THE VERY FIRST DAY, AFTER BEEN ASKED 4 TIMES THAT I NEEDED TO PAY IN CASH. SHE ALSO DEMANDED OUR PASSPORTS TO MAKE A COPY, WHICH WAS NATURAL IN A GUEST HOUSE BUT TO ADAMANT. CLEAN, NICE BREAKFAST AMERICAN STYLE, SHE ALSO WAKED UP LAST DAY WE HAD TO EAT AT 5 A.M. WHICH WAS NICE. FOR SOMEONE TRAVELING TO ROME, I RECOMMEND TO USE ANY HOTEL WHERE A METRO STATION IS, VERY CHEAP, EASY TO UNDERSTAND, JUST GET A MAP. I TRIED TO FIND A PLACE CLOSE TO VATICAN, THIS IS 6 BLOCKS AWAY, BUT NO NEED.
4 out of 5
Recommended
by Mark M. from San Francisco, CA

Good value

Posted Oct 17, 2013 on Hotels.com
I have been to Rome several times and I was concerned about the location not being within walking distance to the major sights of Rome. Turns out, I was pleased with the location. The area was amongst the locals and that was such fun. Prices were lower at restaurants and it was a better feel for Rome. Staff was nice, but I did not know I had to pay in cash for the rooms. That was troublesome as you can only get out a certain amount of money from an ATM each day. The breakfast was weak, so we ate out each day. That turned out to be a better choice as we got to hangout with the locals. If you are looking to save money and are not looking for any extras services in a room, this is a good choice.
4 out of 5
Recommended
for Everyone
by Linda and Al from Albuquerque

Great B&B, but needs proper signage

Posted Sep 24, 2013
Pros: Nice lady runs the B&B, clean and tidy, bathroom works well, decent breakfast. Great location, close to Vatican and Castel Sant'Angelo. Good value
Cons: Proper signage is needed to identify the B&B. Wi-Fi very sketchy, and only in breakfast room. Rooms by street a little noisy with widow open
Location: Good location, close to Vatican and Castel Sant'Angelo and Piazza Cavour. Close to subway stops, lots of shops and restaurants in area.
A nightmare start to a great B&B. We booked "Lodging in Rome" at the last minute, at Rome airport. When we arrived at the address, "Lodging in Rome" was nowhere to be found on the door. Tried for 1 1/2 hrs. to find the B&B in the building. People coming in and out assured us we were at the address given by Expedia, but they never heard of "Lodging in Rome." We rang doorbells with no luck. People called the number Expedia gave us but got no answer. Finally, the folks at the Pegaso B&B in same building realized we were actually looking for "Lugari B&B". They had her personal cell number and called her. The number Expedia printed was at the Lugari B&B and the owner was not there. We waited another 45 minutes for the owner. She was VERY nice and explained that she also requests that she be called immediately upon reserving to let her know the arrival time. Expedia did not furnish us this information. This was a nightmare beginning for us, exhausted from traveling all night, and totally unnecessary; Expedia should correct this for future customers. Our hostess was wonderful, but did not speak English. She gave us her cell #, and we had keys with full access 24 hours. We could make coffee and tea in the little kitchen there. Everything was neat and clean, a nice little breakfast and bathroom worked well. It is on a busy street, so there was a little noise. Wifi a little sketchy, and only in the breakfast room. We got good value and would return