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Like all the other reviews, I agree this hotel is located perfectly. Unfortunatly our encounters with staff members was far from perfect. We had a problem checking in, and in the commotion I forgot my pin number of my credit card. The receptionist actually called...More
Just 30 meters from Pantheon. Check in at Hotel Abruzzi (20 meters). Nice place, modern and clean rooms, but bad isolated to other rooms. Breakfast at an restaurant on Piazza della Rotonda (50 meters away). Breakfast could have been better.
Everything about this place made our week long trip to Rome enjoyable. The location is ideal, everything is within walking distance. The breakfast was filling and got us ready for a days worth of activities. The air conditioner was hard to understand, it it did...More
This hotel was absolutely the best place in terms of service, location and price in all of Rome! It is located almost directly in front of the Pantheon, 5 minutes from the Trevi Fountain, Spanish steps etc.. As far of location, you cannot beat it!...More
I know many reviews say this, but take my word for it... this location is spot on PERFECT in middle of ancient Rome, which allows you to walk to all historic sites within 20 minutes tops. And all the walking is very pleasant as there...More
USD 160 - USD 302 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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