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Just getting around to write about Giovy..............We visited Rome in the summer of 2014 for about a week and had a very pleasant stay. The location is excellent , close to the metro , restaurants and quite central to a lot of attractions. The rooms...More
Stayed here with a friend for two nights while in Rome. The location is walking distance from the train station and fairly easy to find - a bit confusing when we got in the courtyard but a man (workman or gardener?) saw us walking around...More
Lovely staff! So helpful and friendly.
Comfy enough beds, clean rooms and bathroom, good wifi, good air conditioning, very easy to find.
And definitely a great location-we walked everywhere!
I would definitely stay again!!!
This place was in a great spot!
Close to the station and places to eat which was great! We walked from the station and walked everywhere else! Big days walked but coming back to a comfy bed was a bonus!!
The gentleman on arrival was...More
We stayed here twice during our Rome/ Pompei visit, the guys at Giovy were very helpfull, funny to talk to, and the rooms were nice and clean. The first room was with balcony, the other not, but we liked both the rooms. All our love...More
USD 65 - USD 119 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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