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location? nicholas inn or daphne veneto/trevi??

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location? nicholas inn or daphne veneto/trevi??

which is better choice for 3 days in Rome , early November?

anyone know both places?

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1. Re: location? nicholas inn or daphne veneto/trevi??

I have stayed at the Nicholas Inn and have stayed at a hotel in the Barberni area. Nicholas Inn is very close to the Colosseum and the owner recommends some great restaurants.

I also like the Barberni area, a variety of shops and restaurants. Seems a little more upscale due to being near via Cavour of La Dolce Vita fame.

I think both are fine for walking or using the metro.The Daphne offers breakfast at the hotel while the Nichols you go down the street to get breakfast at a cafe, if that makes a difference.

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2. Re: location? nicholas inn or daphne veneto/trevi??

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