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Casa d'Accoglienza Piccole Ancelle di Cristo Re Roma

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Perth, Australia
Reviewed 20 October 2016

I stayed at Piccole Ancelle di Cristo Re twice recently and for me it was perfect.My preference was for a place which was a peaceful oasis in a busy city and everything was the way I like it - plain and honest - there was no glitz but everything you would need is there..Everyone I met was very friendly and...

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Basel, Switzerland
Reviewed 7 January 2015

I went to Rome on a school trip and the organizers decided that we would stay at this convent. Finding the place first of all was a bit of struggle as it was behind a bakery. It was in a back street which made it unclear to find. The nuns were fairly nice but were quite rude and loud at...

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Wellington, New Zealand
Reviewed 17 October 2014

We stayed here because it was cheap. It is not easy to find - you walk down the driveway behind the bakery - there is a sign for this place but the building it is on is no the building. Keep walking down the driveway, follow the road down, there is no sign - but the building on your left,...

2Thank Maria C

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We are an house of Hospitality in the center of Rome near St. Peter's Square, well connected to the rest of the city by underground service station "Baldo degli Ubaldi". We offer comfortable and economical accomodations for singles, families and groups. We offer pick-up service tickets for the audience with the Holy Father. ... more   less 

Additional Information about Casa d'Accoglienza Piccole Ancelle di Cristo Re Roma

Address: Via Aurelia 325, 00165 Rome, Italy
Region: Italy > Lazio > Rome
Price Range: €48 - €111 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Number of rooms: 77
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“There are two wings of the hotel and I don't think it matters which side you choose. The rooms at the end of the hallways are bigger though.”
hasnzay, 7 Jan 2015 | Read review
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