We started our Europe trip at Patrizia’s bed and breakfast and we both agree that our 7 night stay at her B&B offered the most in terms of the hostess, convenience, and amenities.Patrizia immediately made us feel at home and part of her family.She makes excellent coffee, and her breakfast was very generous (including juice, toast, jam, pastries, yogurt, and cereal).Patrizia keeps her refrigerator stocked with water (both sparkling and regular) and each day we would start our trip to Rome with a water bottle that we would refill at the many free water fountains found around Rome.Thankfully, Patrizia’s B&B was accessible through an elevator, which made carting our luggage around easier.The wifi also worked excellently during our 7 night stay.Her rooms also include air conditioning, which is a major plus for the hot summer.We really feel that Patrizia welcomed us, not as guests, but as family.Her help was invaluable in planning our day trips and sightseeing in and around Rome.She had great recommendations for restaurants as well.Her place is also close to a laundromat, a grocery store, and an excellent bakery (near the bus stop).Patrizia has a cat, which mostly stays in her suite, but we were lucky enough to enjoy some quality time with Carmelino. Patrizia’s B&B gets top marks for cleanliness as well; we have only good things to say about our stay with Patrizia.Patrizia has a warm, welcoming nature and staying with her was a great pleasure.We miss you Patrizia!
DJ from San Francisco, USA
The Buongiorno Roma Bed & Breakfast is located in Rome, at only 2.2 miles/3.5 km from Termini railway station, a quiet and …More
Great private apartments, great staff, clean room and close to Tiburtina train station and also Bologna and Tiburtina metro stations. For your comfort it would be best to rent an apartment with private bathroom, but the shared bathroom was also clean and very well kept. Grazie Aish
Mate from Spalato
Located in the city center of Rome, this bed & breakfast is connected to the airport and within walking distance of Piazza …More
The hotel was in a nice quiet neighborhood. I felt safe. Though I would have liked a place that had more restaurants and sites that were close by. It was super easy to get to the metro though. The bathroom and bed was nice. Its a nice place if you don't mind taking the metro to go see the sites and then return to a quiet little place. The restaurant up the street on the corner was delicious though!
Jackie from Los Angeles, CA
The Kriss Hotel (formerly hotel Raccuia) is a fully renovated property situated in Rome's lively University District, very …More
Our room was so cute with a view of a pretty square down below. The owners are very friendly and accommodating. The breakfast was very good too. I couldn't have asked for a better location. It is about 200m from the wall of the Vatican with several places to eat and shop nearby. The metro is close and easy to find as well to get to the other attractions in Rome. A great price as well which is can be hard to find in Rome. I will definitely be going back next time I'm in Rome!
Karli from Alberta, Canada
A warm welcome at your arrive, a quality Bed & Breakfast where all are treated as guests, not customers. You'll find three …More
"Excellent value hotel close to the train station"
Hotel Touring is very close to the Termini train station, has excellent, moderately priced restaurants nearby, and was spotlessly clean. Located on the first floor, it has elevator access that easily accommodates two people plus suitcases. I have no hesitation recommending this hotel to anyone who wants affordable accommodation in the centre of Rome. It's not luxurious, but has everything you need and at a great price.
The Touring Hotel enjoys an ideal location in the city center of Rome, close to Piazza della Repubblica Square and the …More
Hotel Flora is a classy and sophisticated hotel. Beautiful garden full of water fountains and large Camilia trees and a lawn for guests to sit out and enjoy. A very large and spacious lobby with an elevator to the rooms. Staff are very discreet and friendly. The air conditioned room was very light, airy with a large bed and modern furnishings with a generous terrace (with a table and chairs) giving a sensational view of the trees, hills and grand old villas in the distance. Sky TV was available with scores of channels in several languages. The marble bathroom was huge with all the usual furnishings of a grand hotel. The shower was a bit tricky but it was OK in the end.Breakfast was a feast, no complaints at all.The staff were very kind and friendly. Road noise was not a problem at all, the hotel was very quiet so sleep was not interrupted.
A wonderful, luxurious experience.
Adu from London
Hotel Flora is situated in Frascati, the famous city of wine , in the heart of the Castelli Romani , 300 metres from the …More
I'm from a small town very close to Rome, and I decided to staying in rome 2 days for avoiding to go back at night and go again the next day. Of course I chose to stay in trastevere, the best place in which you can "taste" the roman life during the evening and night, and also you are at walking distance from the most famous places in Rome (Campo de' Fiori, Pantheon, Piazza Navona, Fontana di Trevi and many others). We have really enjoyed our staying in this B&B. The hotel was clean, the room very confortable and very nice furnishings. The staff was really gentle and available. The cost was more than honest considering where the B&B is positioned. As italian I have really enjoyed the coffe' form the coffe'machine in room, the expresso was excellent. I will definitively recommend to everyone.
This guesthouse is located in Rome (Trastevere), close to Ponte Sisto, Piazza Navona, and Pantheon. Also nearby are Roman …More