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The room and the whole Hotel are clean and there is friendy and helpful staff. Unfortunately there ist same kind of ventilation going on and off in the yard but I got used to it and slept well. The breakfast is typically Italian but enough...More
Thank Jörg N
Response from Daniele P, Responsabile relazioni con la clientela at Foresteria RomaResponded 16 March 2018
happy to receive your comments. We are at your full disposal for any further reservation you may need.
Wishing you all the best, we remain
I lived in there 2 months ( less 10 days). They couldn't solved the problem at least 2 weeks when occured the problem. It's not silent for student. I gave 1 star only for their director. He was kind person. However he was so busy....More
I booked a room here thinking it would be a little more like a backpackers hostel, but I didn't get that vibe. I'm pretty easy going with hotels and have backpacked around the world, but ended up checking out of this place before my stay...More
Their was a party of five of us who stayed at the Foresteria Roma in July 2015. The rooms were immaculately clean and the service was good. We were staying during the hottest summer in Italy for some time and the lack of AC in...More
Thank Seth L
Response from Daniele P, Responsabile relazioni con la clientela at Foresteria RomaResponded 10 September 2015
Dear Mr Seth,
we thank you very much for the nice words you expressed about our hotel. We are improving the "Foresteria Roma" to give you a better service.
We really do hope to see you here in Rome.
I booked a last minute visit to Rome and came across this hotel as the price was very good and the location was close enough!
After arriving on a Sunday the power had gone and the wifi wasn't working and I needed to ring home...More
Response from Daniele P, Responsabile relazioni con la clientela at Foresteria RomaResponded 29 August 2015
Thank you very much for your comments about us. It will be really a plsure to see you again in Rome in the near future
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