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BdB Luxury Rooms San Pietro

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Recent guest reviews

I used family room. There were two rooms with one wash room. We spent a week in this hotel. It was good. Breakfast is a bread(crosang?) and coffee, simple, Staff gave me coupons and we could have breakfast at a shop near by. Rooms were remended one year ago, so clean and pretty. The whole building is not hotel, only two apartment was remended to hotel. There are many old buildings in Rome. It is not far to citycenter, it takes 40 min by bus. To batican, 10 min takes.

I thought this was a bed and breakfast, but it was an older apartment that had been remodeled and cut up into 3 suites. Each had bed rooms connected by a narrow hall. There was a hot plate in a small closet in the hall and the coffee maker was broken and not replaced when we asked about it. The rooms were very clean and comfortable but there was no sitting area. The bathroom was small but functional. There was no on-site staff. The very nice neighbors let us into the building and stored our things while we waited for the staff to let us in. They also phoned for us as we did not have a cell phone. They were the ones who pointed us to some great local restaurants (Hosteria Ernaldo, across the street was terrific).. We were given vouchers for a coffee and brioche at one of two shops nearby. Qui, Qua, Quo is the better. The easiest way to get here was to take the Bus from the Airport to the Vatican for 6 euros and walk a bit to the 32 Bus, then a few stops to the hotel. Hotels are expensive in Rome, especialy near the Vatican (our main destination). This was good value for two couples.

Room options

Deluxe Double Room

Full 1 | Sleeps 2

Standard Quadruple Room

Full 2 | Sleeps 4

Guest reviews for BdB Luxury Rooms San Pietro

Family (2)
3

it's good for spending with family

Families

I used family room. There were two rooms with one wash room. We spent a week in this hotel. It was good. Breakfast is a bread(crosang?) and coffee, simple, Staff gave me coupons and we could have breakfast at a shop near by. Rooms were remended one year ago, so clean and pretty. The whole building is not hotel, only two apartment was remended to hotel. There are many old buildings in Rome. It is not far to citycenter, it takes 40 min by bus. To batican, 10 min takes.

By on Apr 19, 2014

3

room and voucher

Families

I thought this was a bed and breakfast, but it was an older apartment that had been remodeled and cut up into 3 suites. Each had bed rooms connected by a narrow hall. There was a hot plate in a small closet in the hall and the coffee maker was broken and not replaced when we asked about it. The rooms were very clean and comfortable but there was no sitting area. The bathroom was small but functional. There was no on-site staff. The very nice neighbors let us into the building and stored our things while we waited for the staff to let us in. They also phoned for us as we did not have a cell phone. They were the ones who pointed us to some great local restaurants (Hosteria Ernaldo, across the street was terrific).. We were given vouchers for a coffee and brioche at one of two shops nearby. Qui, Qua, Quo is the better. The easiest way to get here was to take the Bus from the Airport to the Vatican for 6 euros and walk a bit to the 32 Bus, then a few stops to the hotel. Hotels are expensive in Rome, especialy near the Vatican (our main destination). This was good value for two couples.

By on Oct 9, 2013