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A Quattro Passi Da was very clean, Alessandro was very friendly and helpful, the breakfast provided was plentiful, the location was fantastic (near Villa Pamphili and a short walk from Trastevere or Tram 8 to Piazza Venezia). Would definitely stay here again on my next...More
We really liked staying in Quattro Passi Da BB. It is located 300 m from tram stop which goes directly in the middle of Rome and 50 m from train station which is one station from Vatican. The street is quite busy, but we didn´t...More
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US$69 - US$101 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Monteverde / Gianicolense
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Above the city on the Janiculum hill, Monteverde is Rome’s popular "getaway" neighbourhood, coveted for its greenery. Rome's largest urban park, Villa Pamphili, is the area's centrepiece with affordable prices and peace and quiet. Monteverde is just far enough away from the centre to feel like you’re on a Roman holiday and close enough to feel the lure of Rome's chaos. Though its downside is the lack of
scheduled public transport, this family-oriented area is literally a well-deserved walk in the park.