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Food & Drink
Breakfast in the room
No parking available.
Shuttle service (surcharge), Airport shuttle (surcharge), Fax/photocopying
Safety deposit box, Non-smoking rooms, Lift, Heating, Air conditioning, Designated smoking area
Italian, French, English
12:00 - 20:00 hours
07:00 - 10:00 hours
Cancellation and prepayment policies vary according to room type. Please enter the dates of your stay and check the conditions of your required room.
Children and extra beds
All children are welcome.
One child under 2 years stays free of charge in a child's cot/crib.
The maximum number of children's cots/cribs in a room is 1.
Pets are not allowed.
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Score from 400 reviews Good
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Score from 129 reviews Very good
Hotel Saint John is an impressive building 200 metres from Manzoni Metro Station on line A, and 15 minutes' walk from the Coliseum. Rooms are air-conditioned and feature LCD TVs.
Score from 1361 reviews Good
Cristoforo Colombo is set in Rome's EUR district, next to Euroma2 shopping centre and close to Rome's GRA ring road. The hotel offers free parking and a seasonal outdoor swimming pool.
Score from 1937 reviews Good
The welcome and advice from Luca was excellent - it saved us a lot of time and effort having to look for cafes,restaurants (excellent food and service at a reasonable price at the Disco Volante) and routes to and from various places of interest.The room was clean and comfortable with ample free toiletries.A big thanks again to Luca - hope your plans work out!
The varying service at breakfast - wasn't sure to be offered what was meant to be on the menu - down to the staff at the cafe at the time.
Local hand written map and advices from Luca, the owner. Internal private territory. Relaxed non-touristic location where it's better to have a rest and sleep. Many decent cafes and restaurants for locals
- Staff: Makes you feel like a guest to his own house! :-) A lot of tips and suggestions for the city and the neighborhood - Clean rooms - Nice neighborhood
- You need to get a bus for the city center, it's not a close walking distance. - The breakfast is served to a cafe just near the hotel, do not expect a lot of variety.
What a delight to return to the hotel after each days busy sightseeing. Away from the noise and bustle of the city centre, Quo Vadis Inn and Luca's genuine hospitality made our trip one full of happy memories. Thank you :0)
We had a very pleasant stay at Quo Vadis Inn, the staff are very friendly and helpful especially the hotel manager Luca. Also, the breakfast at the café nearby is really excellent, highly recommended!
It might be a little bit far from the metro from the hotel, around 10-15mins of walk but can be managed.
Friendly staff, very helpful and knowledgeable od the area, resturaunt recommendations etc. The rooms were large, bright and clean. It is a lovely building and bring you into the old world of living in Rome. I would recommend this B&B hotel to anyone who is thinking of travelling to Rome
Location. Not a touristy area but not far from what we wanted to see. Cab fare was less than 10€ from Colloseum and Pantheon. Recommend Mok restaurant on the corner. There's also a farmers market and a "grocery store" a minute's walk away. Staff- Luca was awesome and made sure we had a pleasant stay. Price-reasonable price for our 3 nights in Rome. Air conditioned and private bathroom (Cesare room) Would definitely stay again
Breakfast--you have two small cafés to choose from and a voucher for each day. Not the best breakfast but it wasn't bad.
Very well welcomed by owner Luca. Who was very helpful in getting us settled for our visit to Rome. We arrived by car to Rome, that could be well parked. Location is perfect with easy bus access to all the city highlights
Thanks Luca for his hospitality! He gave me lots of travel advice and showed us where to visit in a map during our check-in. He even draw a map to show me nearby bus station and good restaurants. The hotel is very special and clean. We enjoyed our 3 days' stay in Quo Vadis Inn very much.
It's a little bit noisy in the evening but it might be normal in Italia.
Everything was great! Luca is the best hotel owner/manager ever. He gave us directions to sites of interest, he recommended great places to eat, and he gave us invaluable tips on how to move around. It was wonderful and we would go back in a heartbeat. Thank you!
Nothing. Everything about our stay in the Quo Vadis Inn was wonderful.
Lovely owner, place which makes you feel at home, very clean and nice
The location is very good, the room is clean and big enough to feel comfortable, the personnel is very friendly, helped me to make my routs in Rome and thus safe on touristic buses and passes, really very useful.
the room was clean and well designed, the neighborhood (lots of restaurants good value for money, mini-markets with all stuff you may need, quiet and safe area), the excellent Wi-fi in the room, the owner is a great person helping a lot with its guidance
the location is good, but to get to center you must take the bus and almost all buses arrive very difficult, at long time periods; getting to center by walking takes about 20-30 min, but when is warm outside (specially in the summer), this may not be the best solution
Walking distance from Termini. The owner/ host was very kind and helpful. Room is quite spacious.
We liked everything.
We spend 5 days in the summertime @ Quo Vadis Inn. The location, cleanliness, service, price, rooms, etc are all very good but the hotel manager Luca is excellent. He started to guide us just after the reservation till we fly back to our country. All his restaurant, museum, attractions and transportation tips were worked well. The price/value ration is high!
Luca was a fantastic host, helpful, polite and more important, accommodating!
The matrass was not comfortable, the shower drain was blocked, as far as location went it took us quite a while to get to attractions!
nice garden inside the building, cute elevator, clean and cozy room, nice staff, definitely the best quality/price relation! Most of all, the owner-Luca makes it a perfect place to stay in Rome! He is very hospitable (beyond expectation), funny, helpful, loving life and his family, indeed a charming person. So glad to have stayed in a place run by someone like Luca! Truly recommend it.
We strongly recommand to anyone who want to visit the city of Rome. Close to the Metro, from a walking distance to almost everything you need to see. Lucas our host is very kind. Cost-quality rapport is excellent.
It was a great pleasure to stay in Quo Vadis Inn. Very good location among great restaurants in reasonable prices. Additionally very helpful personel, family atmosphere. We definitely recommend this place.
balcony to courtyard garden - wonderful
bed - far too soft
Centrally located, once you are in the room it is excellent,
An old building with a 1954 model lift, no telephone connection to outside world, you are forced to use the roaming services of yours.
Small and cozy private hotel with few rooms, located on a second (English) floor of a residential building. We had a room with a balcony facing quiet inner yard with green plants and a palm, which gave very pleasant and calming, even homely atmosphere. Clean, recently renovated, well equipped room. Flat screen TV, Wi-Fi, AC. Close to central station Roma Termini. Close to Villa Borghese park. Friendly staff. Unusual for North Europeans, but very tasty sweet breakfast (delivered to the room) with pastry, fruits and good Espresso. Good value for money and fair cancellation policy. Would recommend to others and would like to return.
Well presented, immaculately kept comfortable bedroom and bathroom overlooking quiet courtyard garden. The staff were very friendly and efficient. Situated just outside the old walls close to metro but also within easy walking distance of main tourist sites. The immediate area was of shops, cafes, bars and restaurants.We will choose this place again the next time we visit Rome.
Quo Vadis Inn is an Italian style B&B located near Piazza Fiume. There are lots of buses going to touristic places from Fiume. Breakfast is nice with croissants, fruits, butter and toasted bread. Wi-Fi has a perfect connection. There are very nice restaurants nearby. A market is just 20 meters away. Price/value ratio is awesome, only 34 Euros for two!
Not as criticisms but as suggestions: Staff can give more information and maps about touristic spots. Shower drain should be working good. Moreover, towels are not thick but not a big deal for us.
Everything was perfect. We will come back soon and i don't hesite to advice this Hotel.
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