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Perfectly situated on the corner of the 8th floor, the B & B offers stunning views over the city, as well as a small terrace for 2 from one of the rooms. Most of the furnishings in the rooms, as well as in the public...More
Great Location, nice setting in a very typical Roman environment.. Extremely nice and helpful hosts. Patricia and her family responded to every request and made my time in Rome a great experience.
Will definitely return to Casa Roma whenever I come back to Rome.
Breakfast not very good. Rooms at 8. floor with a very nice view over the roofs of Rome. Very good location, near to Metro or bus. A few bars and restaurants near the rooms. Good stay for a few days...
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The B&B Casa a Roma is situated in a quiet location of the “Eternal Rome city”. Near the La Sapienza University offers you a wide range of public transportation to the center. Metro stations and bus station very close to the B&B. Widely range of...More
Response from Pat56Roma, Proprietario at Casa a Roma B&BResponded 11 April 2013
Grazie Dorinela, della vostra simpatia ! Siamo molto contenti che vi siate trovati così bene da noi, e soprattutto che...More
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