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Suore di Santa Elisabetta

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    Rexburg, Idaho, United States
    Reviewed 20 October 2016

    I have been to Rome many times. When in Rome... I always stay in an active convent. Suore di Santa Elisabetta is an amazing little convent run by nuns right by the famous Basilica di Santa Maria Maggiore. Convents are not for everyone. The accommodations are sparse or basic. There is no TV or AC (so it may be too...

    2Thank Chris A
    Reviewed 23 June 2016

    Our group of 8 females (including 5 teenagers) stayed at this convent for 4 nights after a week long cruise. It was a bit of sensory shock going from a cruise ship to the convent, but the price was right. We had two quad rooms that each had a bathroom in the room. My daughter got very sick with a...

    2Thank familyof4SoCal
    Reviewed 19 May 2016

    We stayed in Rome for three days and the sisters were wonderful. Even though we didn't know a lot of Italian, we communicated clearly. Sister Irene is especially kind, helping us find good places to eat and the directions to the taxi stand, grocery store, and the way to the Vatican. The rooms are huge! They are very clean and...

    Thank Sarah T
    Reviewed 4 May 2016

    Stayed for a week with my family. Had a lovely time. The breakfast is fabulous and very filling. The rooftop terrace is a great place for a picnic lunch or even dinner. The nuns are very attentive and caring, and the rooms are big, comfortable and clean. Location is perfect, with a grocery store literally 100 feet away. Łots of...

    Thank Ind J
    West Bloomfield, Michigan
    Reviewed 19 January 2016 via mobile

    This hostel is located next to Saint Mary Major Basilica, about one half mile from Termini. The rooms are basic but they are clean and inexpensive. The breakfast buffet is delicious. As an added bonus, there is a Chapel in the hostel.

    4Thank Patty M
    Canby, Oregon
    Reviewed 25 September 2015

    Very inexpensive stay when it comes to Rome. The nuns were very nice and the receptionist spoke English. The rooms are very simple. We had a double room with a shower. No internet, no fridge, no TV. It's located very close to the main train station but the subway is a little walk away (15 mins or so). Grocery store...

    2Thank Joel H
    Crystal Lake, Illinois
    Reviewed 9 December 2014

    Our group of 25 stayed here four nights in April 2014, including Good Friday and Easter, and then in three other convents over the balance of a ten-day tour. Each had its own charms and truly hospitable nuns. But this stood out for its great location, filling breakfasts, and interesting neighborhood, including a drug unit of the police department immediately...

    3Thank Erik O
    Reviewed 29 September 2014

    I stayed here for four nights with my wife and 9 years old daughter middle of June 2010. When I asked for a room, they volunteered a discount for staying with a child and were ready to hold the room with no deposits! Whenever I sent them any questions asking for suggestions or directions before my stay, they were very...

    4Thank Srini-AZ
    La Spezia, Italy
    Reviewed 18 February 2014

    I stayed here by myself for my first time in Rome and found it really good! I felt safe here and the sisters were really helpful. It is an easy 15 minute walk from termini train station and I was able to dump my bag in the morning before sightseeing. Breakfast was delicious with rolls, pandora, biscuits, cold meats, yoghurt,...

    8Thank Combus2014
    Reviewed 25 January 2014

    We have stayed in three out of the four convents run by the Sisters of Santa Elisabetta in Rome, Florence and Lake Garda and we LOVED where we stayed. The location in Rome is superb. Breakfast is basic, but enough to start the day. Everyone was SO helpful and kind and it was lovely to see one of the Sisters...

    2Thank TrinidadDiana

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    Additional Information about Suore di Santa Elisabetta

    Address: Via dell'Olmata 9, Rome, Italy
    Region: Italy > Lazio > Rome > Monti
    Number of rooms: 35
    Also Known As:
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    “Request a room that faces the courtyard or garden, not Via dell Olmata.”
     of 5 bubbles familyof4SoCal, 23 Jun 2016 | Read review
    “Rooms with 3 beds are large and great for 2 people!”
     of 5 bubbles sarahtJ318VP, 18 May 2016 | Read review
    “Try not to get a room along the main road; can be loud.”
     of 5 bubbles indj2016, 3 May 2016 | Read review
    “Try for one of the rooms facing the convent's courtyard and gardens. Ours faced the drug enforcement unit across the narrow street, and sometimes it got a little noisy.”
     of 5 bubbles ErikO709, 9 Dec 2014 | Read review
    “We stayed on the top floor. Our traveling companions did as well and they had a balcony overlooking the courtyard.”
     of 5 bubbles rsvat, 7 May 2013 | Read review
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