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We booked this hotel fairly late and paid 110 Euros/night for what they called a "large"room.
Whilst the room was not huge, it was more than adequate and was clean.
In addition to expected furnishings the room contained a television, safe, refrigerator, air conditioning and...More
We chose the Carmel because it offers a Kosher breakfast. While true, breakfast was disappointing and many days we gave it a miss, since, in any case, we preferred an early start. On the Sabbath they provide a hot platter and electric urn which were...More
After taking train, trum and lots of walking, we found the place. No one seemed to know such a hotel exists even when we were a block away. It's very hard to see the hotel name. The lady at the desk asked for the full...More
We wanted to stay in the Hotel itself but left our booking rather late and there was no space. We had tried other places as well but again, no space. Hotel Carmel offered us an 'apartment' room at the top of the hotel for 100...More
Hotel Carmel was the first of five hotels that we stayed in whilst on our honeymoon in Italy. It was the least expensive pensione of our trip and exceeded our expectations. The map in Rome's Lonely Planet led us to believe that it was further...More
US$80 - US$408 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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#199 Business Hotel in Rome
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