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Booked it via internet for 3 nights stay. After arriving to Rome train station it was easy to get to Borgo Pio road, just next to the Vatikan and it's just a couple of blocks from metro. When we reached the acctual address we were...More
Just came back from there. We stayed 3 nights with my mum, expecting an hotel. When we arrived at the door, the bell for a "B&B" did not work, no one was there. We rang the "Direction", as the call themselves (expensive phone calls with...More
Please, please, if you are looking forward to a nice, comfortable, CLEAN stay in Rome, do not stay here. We booked: a double room with a TV, fridge and a private bathroom; We got: a room with a twin sized mattress pushed up against a...More
I usually dont weigh my decisions on booking a place if I read a bad review or two, but this b&b proved me wrong. Every bad review on here in english and italian is right. My husband and I showed up and well there ws...More
I had booked this place for a week and made as suggested on the site the deposit and final payment to be made on arrival. I had emailed the chap what time I was coming, on arriving....and waiting for over an hour I asked someone...More
US$144 - US$209 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Non-Smoking Rooms, Family Rooms
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Frocked priests, colorful Swiss Guards, insistent souvenir shop owners, flag-waving tour guides, and pilgrims from around the world. This is the Vatican and Borgo, Rome's most recognized neighbourhood which acts as Vatican City's front yard. Aside from the souvenir boutiques and a few food spots, the only business conducted here is papal. In the daytime, the tiny medieval sector bustles with holy activity, as
visitors vie for elbow room, or stand in line for a visit. Once the sun sets, the neighbourhood is transformed into a quiet and picturesque hamlet.