Fantastic little place. Super helpful staff - helped to organise our sightseeing and booked us in to some fantastic local restaurants. Within easy walking distance of Termini (so easy transfer from both airports) and all sites - didn't have to use public transport once. The Vesper suit had a balcony and us of the roof terrace - perfect place to enjoy a bottle of wine after being on your feet all day.
Laura from Harrogate
mok'house B&B is located in the heart of Rome and gives our guests the opportunity to reach all the tourist attractions …More
I stayed in Consulta hotel for 2 nights with my mum and sister. The location is great as it's close to many attractions. Receptionist was very helpful and provided as with all the information we needed. Room was very clean and cosy however we stayed in 101 and we could hear noise from the street bit that was nothing that would bother us too much.
Tarunka from London
Located in the heart of Rome, this hotel is within walking distance of Palace of Expositions, Quirinale Palace, and Trajan's …More
"Looking for something different? This is break from the standard hotel room."
The Casa Howard Suites are boutique hotels that have been described as similar to "staying at the home of your wealthy friend who is away for the weekend". Each location (3 total) has a small number of rooms, all decorated in unique styles. The service is outstanding and the locations (we stayed in Rome and Florence) are excellent in both cities. It was a great escape from the cookie-cutter hotel experience. The rooms and en suite bathrooms all have personality to spare.
Terez from Washington, DC
The Casa Howard Sistina is a affordable Rome guest house accommodation which aims at making each guest feel right at home …More
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