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Great value for money choosing this hotel, clean, comfortable, well equipped although two stars rated, located in a really charming block of Rome and managed with kindness. I will return there next time
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The hotel was quiet and conveniently located. The bathroom, like most hotels in Rome, was very small, particularly the shower box, with plastic curtains. Service was discreet and gentle. We needed to iron a few shirts but the service was not available and there was...More
I am impressed that this is rated a 2 star hotel because it is well maintained, comfortable and in a good location. The sheets are poor quality and rough texture. I had breakfast and dinner here and it was horrible ... very low quality food....More
It's nice, clean, convenient. A little basic in terms of facilities. Surprisingly quiet, given its proximity to the main shopping and restaurant district of Testaccio. At the end of the day, not all that comfortable or inviting for a tired customer. I would stay there...More
The hotel must have been nice once. It echos some past glory, but these days are long gone. The room was tiny, the bed was bad, and the noise from the heavy traffic on the street was horrible throughout the night. The gentlemen in the...More
Contrary to the chaos of the city, the Aventine is Rome’s oasis. A neighbourhood made up of a patchwork of ancient churches, hidden gardens, private homes and embassies, peace and quiet is top priority and the vibe definitely friends and family. Take a walk around the Aventine and you’ll find a treasure hunt of surprises like the clever little keyhole at the Knights of Malta entrance (the only place you’ll find
a line) along with Parco Savello (Giardino degli Aranci) next to the ancient Santa Sabina church. Keep your eyes on the 1960s architecture, several modern buildings are built atop Rome’s original 4th century BC wall.