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My wife and I just returned from a 5 night stay at the San Francesco. I have no complaints, especially considering the very reasonable 165 EUR rate. Yes, the rooms are small, but the bathrooms are actually quite roomy. It is a boutique hotel. Generally...More
Disappointment - room was smaller than average EU hotel rooms, and heat didn't work properly (one night we roasted, the next was cold - receptionist told us that they controlled the heat). No/little hot water during "peak shower times" (7-9am). Staff was not as friendly...More
We had a 3 night stay in Rome from the 1st Feb to the 4th. The hotel is not central but everything worth seeing is only about 1/2 hour walk at most. The graffiti was a bit of a shocker around the hotel, and the...More
I checked into this hotel on 1/4/06 for a three night stay. My boyfriend had become terribly ill on the flight to Paris. The gentleman at the front desk was very helpful, and directed me to a pharmacy to get mediciation. He also helped translate...More
We spent 7 nights at this hotel in October and had a wonderful time overall. It is a small hotel and travellers shouldn't expect all the amenities and services of a larger one. Our room was quite small and rather dark, although I understand from...More
USD 91 - USD 214 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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#242 Romantic Hotel in Rome
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