Ratings based on 37 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.4 Room cleanliness
4.4 Service & staff
4.0 Room comfort
4.0 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Everyoneby c from r
Lovely small hotel in Navona areaPosted Jun 1, 2014
Small but lovely little hotel / B&B next to Piazza Navona. Very easy to get to and from and great place just to relax.
for Couplesby A verified traveler
Valle de OrsoPosted May 18, 2014
Pros: Size of room, proximity to
Location: In close proximity to all major sightseeing destinations. I only had to walk 10 minutes to the Vatican in one direction and 10 minutes the other dire
The mansion was quite nice. We stayed in one of the three mansions under this property name. The main property is where you need to show uo at and then have them show you to your property. This room was everything I expected it to be for a first trip to Italy. The decor was 17th Century with a modern and clean private restroom. The room was quite large with a high ceiling. I stayed in the Medora Suite. It had two small steps leading to a small (5feet tall) double door you used a skeleton key to open. There were fragments of frescos high up on the walls close to the original vaulted tongue and groove ceiling. A large window overlooked a courtyard. At night it was very quiet.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
excellent staffPosted Mar 29, 2014
excellent and attentive staff who helped us with everything and anything, including getting locked out of our room, booking our taxi to the airport.
for Everyoneby Charli from London
Good central location, nice ambient roomsPosted Feb 25, 2014
Stayed in the Vicollo dell Orso annexe. Had to wait for several minutes for someone to let us in despite having phoned to let them know we were on our way. Rooms were very characterful, sheets clean although throw was very dusty around bases. VERY noisy in hall outside room in the morning when they were preparing breakfast, woke us up at 7.30 with clattering dishes and noise from coffee machine.
living in the rennaisancePosted Dec 8, 2013 on Hotels.com
You must love antiques too love this B&B. We wanted the old world feeling. We had the smallest room and it was tiny,though the bathroom was big and modern with a tub., Some rooms are big and beautiful, check out their website and be aware of which property you're at and room if possible.. The location is wonderful, we stayed at the Via Dell'Orso 55. Breakfast was good and the office at Via Giusseppe Zanardelli 23 which has a rooftop terrace, was close. We paid less than $100, midweek low season, so the small room was worth it.
for Everyoneby Theresa from Charlotte, NC
Great central location in central Rome.Posted Oct 13, 2013
Pros: location convenient. very nice staff.
Cons: small room & bathroom. Shower very small (but seems typical for other hotels). Construction in the building, which was a little noisy in morning.
Location: A couple blocks to Piazza Navona. Easy walk to all the sights and great restaurants.
Central location to walk everywhere - Vatican, coliseum, pantheon, etc. Easy to find bars/restaurants just out the door. Stayed at building on via Governor Vecchio. Main hotel reception in different location than where we stayed, but when we arrived and called, they came over in 5 minutes. Rooms on 3.5 level - use lift when you have luggage.
Recommendedby A verified traveler
Posted Sep 26, 2013 on Hotels.com
Hotel was excellent, but the actual location is different than the Hotel Governo Vecchio that our directions initially took is to.
for Couplesby Ash
Great Location, Average breakfastPosted Sep 2, 2013 on Hotels.com
Very conveniently located close to all the major attractions. The breakfast could have been better and room was a bit dusty in places.
for Familiesby A verified traveler
Wonderful Roman HolidayPosted Aug 30, 2013 on Hotels.com
Living an authentic " La dolce vita" experience, was what we were looking for and exactly what we got. Loved it ! This b&b had it all at an affordable price.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Great LocationPosted Aug 28, 2013
Pros: Location, room size and decor, breakfast.
Cons: Wi-fi could be improved.
Location: Very close to Piazza Navona, but within 2 miles of everything we wanted to see, so we walked everywhere.
My wife and I stayed in one of the 2nd floor apartments at via Coranari 14. This is not a typical hotel in the sense that there is no lobby, or front desk. It is more like a studio apartment with a continental breakfast delivered to your room each morning. We arrived at the address and rang the buzzer. We were given a key for the front door and an code for the elevator. This was a very nice room in a great location. It is about midway between the Vatican and the Coliseum. Both within walking distance (> 2 miles). Via Coronari is a quaint, quiet, mostly car-free street a few steps from Piazza Navona. The room was large, well decorated, with a good air conditioner. A/C was important as the temperatures were in the mid 90's F. The staff were excellent, and breakfast was brought to the room each morning. The only drawback to our room was that the free wi-fi was only accessible from the common hallway, not in our room. This made it inconvenient to plan out the next day's activity.