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We arrived late from Ciampino - around 11pm and we were welcomed straight into our room to get some much needed sleep.
I awoke to smell the best coffee being brewed - yes I agree breakfast is basic but perfectly adequate.
It is a little...More
Stellas' daughter was very helpful. The house is on a very noisy block so it was very hard to sleep past 6am. Stella and her guest are also incredibly loud in the morning. They made beds only once during our stay.
Stella was an absolutely amazing host! Traditional Italian breakfast in the morning of caffe and croissant (small but allows room for a good lunch), Stella helps with anything you need, great fully equipped kitchen, close to Termini a 5 min walk, comfortable large double room...More
Stellas house, it really is...Stellas house.
Run by herself and her daughter, they are very accommodating and welcoming. The apartment is old, however the bathrooms are clean and new.
There are around 4 rooms, however never heard any noise from other travellers.
Its not really...More
This is a great chance to see how italian people live. The owner, Stella is nice lady, and she was quite helpfull. It is an apartment with I believe 4 rooms, 2 bathrooms. It was all clear and tidy, but not very new and I...More
US$43 - US$89 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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