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We stayed 5 nights. Room was small but sufficient as we were out most of the day. What would be helpful is coffee facilities in the room or available earlier than 7:30AM. When asking for tour information front desk was not helpful more than what...More
Myself and my family stayed at the hotel San Francesco in August 2016 it's situated in the Travesteri region of Rome. The hotel was very comfortable the breakfast was good and the rooftop bar was excellent for a relaxing drink of an evening.
The room was sparsely but adequately furnished and clean. The hotel is on a quiet street and when I was there I didn't hear a lot going on in the other rooms. The staff was very helpful when needed. The 5 Euro breakfast was great...More
Stayed here for 3 nights with my sister. Staff were friendly and helpful with directions and interpreting Rome map, also booked taxis for us. Room small but nice, bathroom clean. Wifi a little unreliable. Breakfast buffet quite enjoyable. Would stay again.
My wife and i spent a week here and really enjoyed our stay. The staff are very helpfull and the roof top bar is a great spot in the evenings. The location is very good and we were able to walk to everything we wanted...More
US$85 - US$210 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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#242 Romantic Hotel in Rome
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