Ratings based on 37 Verified Reviews
4.6 Room cleanliness
4.5 Service & staff
4.4 Room comfort
4.3 Hotel condition
Expedia Verified Reviews
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from Indianapolis, IN
Overall very good experiencePosted Sep 15, 2017 on Orbitz
My husband and I stayed for 7 nights in September in the Privato room and really enjoyed our experience here. Several great restaurants nearby and the major sights are not too far a walk away. The bed was hard for me but fine for husband. Breakfast was very good but same each morning, no big deal. Stefano's mother made a fig tart one morning which was very good. The room was clean and comfortable, except there was a little soap scum on the tray in the shower. The refrigerator provided was not particularly functional as really only beverages would fit so we could not put any leftovers in it. No microwave. The shower is quite small so if you're very tall or wide, you may have a hard time in it. We're both average size and was fine for us. We never had any problems with water pressure or temperature, even though Rome was in the midst of a serious drought. ROOM DOOR MUST BE LOCKED W/ KEY INSIDE AND OUT. NO DEADBOLT, 1 KEY SET. Questionable fire-safety and very inconvenient. Property is in an apartment building with several others (normal in Rome) and is on the 2nd floor. The building door was almost always open but main B & B door stays locked. The staircase is also a little dark so that may be concerning for some people. We never saw anyone not meant to be there in the building and they don't seem to have a major homeless problem in the neighborhood as you may expect elsewhere.The lift is very small! The 2 of us barely fit with our one suitcase. Go to LA Romana for gelato!!
Enjoyable stay in RomePosted Jul 19, 2017 on Hotels
Maurizio has 3 standard units plus a more luxury? unit on the 2nd floor with its own wing in the building. The rooms are very large and nicely appointed. Included breakfast is sweet for American standards and consists of yogurt, sweet rolls and coffee/chocolate. Maurizio is very helpful and uses an English to Italian translator on his cell to make communication possible. He will arrange taxi over email to or from the airport for ~ 50 euros each way. Like in many older Rome B&B's you receive 3 keys; 1 for the front door, 1 for the entry to the "wing" area where the rooms are at and 1 for the room itself. The area seems safe at night but is about a 10 minute walk to the nearest subway station. No English (CNN or similar) stations seemed to be on the provided cable TV but the provided Internet access was fast and solid. Large Bed was hard (room 3) by American standards. These are basic accommodations with a much larger than average room but I felt they were a great value for the price.
Comment from Hotel Management
Jul 22, 2017
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for Everyoneby A verified traveler from Chicago
Clean room and very nice areaPosted Jul 3, 2017
We stay here for 4 nights. The neighborhood is very nice and quiet. Some groceries are downstairs. It is very convenience to all landmarks. US Embassy is near by. Room is very clean and comfortable. The owner Stefano is very friendly to provide map and call taxi service for us. Overall experience are great!
Comment from Hotel Management
Jul 22, 2017 by stefano, Hotel Management
thank you for you comment
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Posted Jun 26, 2016 on Orbitz
Good location, all necessary conveniences in the middle of Rome.
by Karina from Puerto Rico
I recomend it to anyonePosted Dec 31, 2015 on Hotels
Our stay was exceptionally great! We were there for 4 days 3 nights and we have nothing to complain about! The breakfast was great, he recieves you with a cake in the room and everything is super clean! The only thing is the entrance that it may be a little old and so is the building but the rest is really good!
by Ravindran from ON
Its decent B&BPosted Oct 14, 2015 on Hotels
Its located in a nice, safe neighborhood. B'fast is so so, not great. towels are changed once every 3 days and though its a non-smoking B&B, the owner or the guy works there is smoking in the kitchen... Otherwise, its not a bad place..
by Bryan from Milwaukee, WI
Good B&B Steps From Everything in RomePosted Sep 21, 2015 on Hotels
My wife and I finished off our Italian adventure with three nights in Rome. Casa di Maurizio was a great value in a even better location, just a few blocks from the Via Veneto. The service follow up prior to our arrival was very personalized in order to get a personalized check in to the B&B. Stefano was extremely accommodating to our breakfast times and was helpful in securing transportation to the airport. The room was small, but sufficient, clean and tidy.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from New York, NY
Posted Aug 2, 2015
This was our first time staying in a B&B. The experience was really nice and the staff was phenomenal. The owner took great care of us and made sure our stay was comfortable.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from California
ExcellentPosted Jun 23, 2015
Pros: The location and staff
Cons: matress, pillow...
Location: The location is excellent! It is about 5 min walk to Via Veneto and about 15 min walk to Piazza di Spagna.
The location is prime! Although my room was a little noisy, espacially in the morning and the bathroom/showerdoor could have been a little cleaner, I had a great time. The staff was very kind and ready to help with any questions I had. I will book this place again.
by Wimala from California
Very good service, clean, and spacious room.Posted May 29, 2015 on Hotels
Service is very good here. I requested gluten free bread for breakfast which is not common in Italy but to my surprise they provided for me. I am so impressed. The hotel room is very big and they have fridge with bottled water for us. It is very clean. The location is ok but we have to walk a lot to places we want to go and the bed is a little hard.