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We stayed here for 4 nights in July 2009. There are three rooms at the Pantheon 3E. It is an extension of Hotel Abruzzi next door. The rooms are very modern and updated. You are right in front of the Pantheon where there is a...More
Perfect, well-appointed room for my husband and I (in our 30's) on an anniversary trip. Clean, and comfortable with mini-fridge perfect for drinks. Excellent Location across from the Pantheon. Affiliated with Hotel Abruzzi where you check-in and can get any help you need. Minimal housekeeping...More
My wife and I loved our stay at the Townhouse Pantheon 3e and would recommend it to anyone going to Rome. The location was excellent as all the tourist attractions were close in proximity and we could see the Pantheon from our window. On a...More
My wife and I stayed here for three nights out of a two-week trip in Italy. We both like being in the center of it all and so we absolutely LOVED the Pantheon 3E!!! I am convinced that there is no better value for money...More
USD 159 - USD 302 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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