We are young polish couple, living in Dublin.We went to Rome with my mom from 7 to 14 of may 2012. The owners of this b&b are very nice, Veronica is half Polish and he is Italian. They told us where to go, how to get there, where to eat. They were very helpfull. Breakfast was dowstairs prepared by Antonio (very friendly staff), there was tea, coffee and pastries. Kitchen was open 24 h a day, so u could have coffee at any time of the day.. B&b is 2 min from metro Policlinico from which u can get to anywhere u want (Coloseum is just 4 stops away).
Rooms were large and clean, with well working, free wi-fi. There was a nice size tv but only italian chanells, however u will have no time to watch it, believe me.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Just 250 metres from Policlinico Metro Station, Imperia Suite guest house offers modern rooms with free Wi-Fi and LCD TV. Set in an independent building, this guest house is 500 metres from Rome's Sapienza University.Each room at this guest house is air conditioned and fitted with parquet floors. The private bathrooms are complete with a hairdryer and toiletries.Breakfast is Italian style, and is served in a common dining area, or in your room. It includes coffee or cappuccino and a fresh croissant or cake.The Imperia is 2 Metro stops or a 20-minute walk from Termini Station. The Coliseum is only 4 Metro stops away. Nearby you will find the shops of Piazza Bologna and the green park of Villa Torlonia. ... more less
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