Stefano was extremely helpful and attentive from the moment we arrived. He speaks flawless English and helped us plan our stay. Breakfast was good, especially the coffee! We had a quiet two-bedroom suite, which was spacious with high ceilings and balconies overlooking the street.
However, parking was difficult. Stefano provides a space (several blocks away) for a price (15 Euro a day), but you probably should never drive a car in Rome anyway. However, with a Metro system that's worse than LA's, you have no alternative but to take cabs or walk. And this B&B is far from the central action.
On the plus side, it's a quiet neighborhood near a university, so it feels safe. There's an awesome art-themed bar with a buffet across the street called MOMART. Great crowd and always packed.
So to sum up: Quiet, roomy, great host and good breakfast, but parking is difficult, and it's kind of far from the city center. As long as you have time to get around the city, like 3 days or more, it's an overall good value.More
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