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Via Del Boccaccio 25, Trevi, 00187 Rome, Italy – Show map
Excellent location – rated 9.4/10! (score from 129 reviews)
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Airport Shuttle (surcharge), Express Check-in/Check-out, Baggage Storage, Fax/Photocopying
Non-smoking Rooms, Elevator, Heating, All Spaces Non-Smoking (public and private), Designated Smoking Area
Italian, French, English
9:00 AM - 11:00 PM
9:30 AM - 10:00 AM
Children and Extra Beds
All children are welcome.
Cribs are not available.
There is no capacity for extra beds in the room.
Pets are not allowed.
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very welcoming and accommodating staff.
no en-suite shower
Excellent location, Patty the owner was excellent to communicate with and extremely helpful. Hotel was comfortable and good value for the price .
Patty was extremely friendly and helpfull, and the small and quiet hotel felt like home. Centrally located, yet, away from the commotion and with very good local restaurants. We had a wonderfull time!
Internet was best before 10 in the morning.
There was really nothing that I could fault. Bedroom was roomy and most importantly the bed was spacious and very firm (I suffer from time to time with a nagging weak back) and this gave me a very good night's sleep especially after literally being on my feet for most of the day. Adequate sockets x 2 for my chargers and the sink area was not obtrusive and had enough space for all my toiletries etc. There is even a separate towel railing where I could hang up my pyjamas. With a desk and a couple of chairs as well as a very large wardrobe and bedside table what more could you want. The desk fan I did not bother with as every night I just opened the large window with shutters to let the fresh air in instead. Any noise from the street below with passing tourists did not bother me as I was in a happy mood as well as being too tired to notice. My room had access to 2 sockets which came in handy for my battery chargers (phone / camera). The shared shower room with sink and toilet was perfect. The separate toilet room with bidet and sink and hairdryer was again perfect. As I got up very early in the morning as well as coming in late in the evening, using both toilet and shower room felt like being at home on your own. Hot water kettle for tea-making etc and a fridge in the large landing area was again wonderfully adequate along with comfortable chairs and sight-seeing information to read up on or to take with you. There is even a balcony with outside lighting and with table and 2 chairs surrounded by beautiful plants to relax after a hard day's slog of sight-seeing. Security is very good but just make sure that you lock your valuables in your suitcase every time you leave your room for the day or night. There is a small lift which I only used once on arrival for getting my luggage up to the 1st floor and which I managed to squeeze both myself and my large suitcase.
Nothing to do with the hotel - the mosquitoes or whatever you want to call them - they appeared to have been besotted with me, and if you are prone to them, particularly if you are on a "sweet and sugary" diet, I would suggest you smother yourself, especially ankles/legs and arms/hands, with "deet" as much as possible and as many times as possible, during the day. After a week in Rome, to others I did look like I had been in the wars. However, this unpleasant inconvenience, (the itchiness and the scratching that I succumbed to), those nasty bugs, no matter how much they tried, did not manage to spoil my enjoyment and experience of Rome itself - Rome is too beautifully breath-taking and captivating for that.
Location is the very convenient for visiting Rome sights. walking distance to all. (between 10 to 30 mins) depending on where you go. so if you are ok with walking, you will never need to take transportation. Hotel is on the first floor (there is also an elevator) Room was clean and convenient. Shared bathroom was not a problem, always clean and available most of the time. Patty (the host) is adorable understanding and helpful. I read a few comments about WiFi but I didn't experience problems with it what so ever. Overall, i do recommend this hotel and won't hesitate to stay there again.
none, all was great.
Location was excellent. Walking distance to Trevi Fountain and Navona area where all the bars and cafes are. The place is very cute and the lady that owns the hotel is very nice.
The bed was like sleeping on a cement block. I can normally sleep on any bed but this was very uncomfortable. Wifi didn't work at all. It would work for a minute and then cut out. We had to find restaurants with free wifi to use.
Great little hotel in a fantastic location. The rooms are just as described and very clean.
Being my 1st trip to Rome, this hotel was an excellent choice - like being at home from home. My room with very high ceiling consisted of a firm double bed and sink unit, bedside cabinet, desk with desk fan, 2 chairs, plenty of floor space for my very large suitcase, a generous wardrobe with extra pillow and a thick woolly blanket (not needed of course), 2 sockets and 1 window allowing plenty of natural light. Also, provided for in my room were 2 large towels as well as some toiletries and 2 cups, one which I used for my tea. Facilities in the main corridor include a shared fridge, a kettle with a plastic bottle continually topped up with drinking water next to it, as well as boxes of tea bags (although I brought my own). Being on the 1st floor, there is also a large balcony with table and 2 chairs to relax outside in the inner courtyard. Off the main corridor is a shower room with toilet and a toilet with bidet; a hand towel and practical hair dryer next to sink area. Both were perfectly adequate, and clean with plenty of toilet paper and shelving. Basically everything that I needed for my 10 days stay. I can't think of anything that I lacked - oh, there were many tourist maps and information on a coffee table with chairs to lounge on in the main large corridor. The location was perfect with 2 different located bus stops nearby - minor one on Via del Traforo next to a Despar supermarket and the other major one on Via del Tritone, both less than 2 minutes walk away. Then perhaps a minute further is the Piazza Barberini with metro and taxi stand. All in all, very handy for getting about Rome. Places to visit close-by are of course the Piazza Barberini with fountains and a Capuchin museum within reach as well as Palazzo Barberini which houses part of the Italian Art Gallery; a little further are the Spanish steps, and the Trevi fountain (currently closed for restoration).
Bed and breakfast minus the breakfast - not a hotel Shares entrance with 3 other "hotels" The lift is very old!! Wifi was horrible Had to ask for toilet paper when it had run out There for 5 days and never got fresh towels
Reasonable for Rome. Location is good, reachable to all the spots, close to the subway station.
No air conditioning, only a small fan on the desk, not recommentable for high summer.
Patty the owner is a very warm and lovely person, we felt very comfortable. It was walking distance to the metro and many other sights.
The beds were very hard.
Alex is very friendly, and the room is large and clean
The location is easy to find. And the staffs are really nice. The room is spacious and clean. We had a good time there. Thank you.
The wifi connection is a little bit unstable, but it is not a problem. When you open the door, the wifi will be fine.
The location is great and the owner very kind and courteous. Highly recommended.
More like staying with Nonni than at an impersonal hotel. Basic, but comfy. Felt very safe and secure. Would choose again.
The old fashioned door locks. But they are like that still all over Italy. Part of the charm once you figure out how they work!
A great location not far from good restaurants, a supermarket, the Trevi fountain and stop for the hop on/hop off buses. The room was spacious and comfortable. Patty was also such a wonderful host who was so friendly and welcoming - she also had a mini fridge and kettle for guests to share. Although we weren't excited to be sharing a bathroom it actually worked out fine as it was clearly cleaned regularly and there was never a queue. There was also a sink and mirror in our room. Thanks for a wonderful stay, Patty!
The wifi connection was poor and often dropped out.
It's an amazing hotel with friendly and helpful staff. Location is perfect, a lot of cafes, shops and places of interest are situated near the hotel. The rooms are clean and big enough. There is one shared bathroom for all 5 rooms but I never had any problems to have a shower. I'll recommend this place to all my friends) I had nice time and wonderful vacation)))
Very well located in Central Rome but not expensive.
Pretty good location with metro station near by.
Felt like I was in a hostel
Central location close to metro and buses and many of the famous sites. A bijou hotel with a delightful owner.
Can't think of anything negative!
Excellent location with all major attractions accessible by foot or by metro 2 minutes walk away. Lots of cafes and restaurants nearby and in a good shopping area. The owner makes it a very welcoming place to stay.
The décor is a bit shabby and the single room I was in was not well sound proofed, but comfortable enough for a short stay. Sharing the toilet/shower room was not ideal but it was clean and a worthwhile compromise for the reasonable price and great location.
Firstly, Patty was very sweet and responsive to all the requests. Secondly, the location is just perfect. Close to Trevi fontain and Spanish stairs. At nights outside is very quite. It's a cosy little hotel in an old roman building. I think it's a good choise for sightseeing focused tourists. We could definatelly recommend. We had a room with a private bathroom btw.
The only disadvantage of this place is very thin walls and doors, therefore audibility of every step of the neighboors is very good. This is a little uncomfortable.
Location and welcome received from Patty. Like stopping with an Aunt. Grazie Patty
Really nice place, very well located (you can easily walk there from the central station and all the sights are nearby), the owner is great. No complaints about the shared bathroom at all, you are even given bathrobes to go to it from your room. Fantastic price for what it is.
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