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La Casa di Amy
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Reviewed 22 April 2010

This is the strangest review to write, I'm honestly not exactly sure where to start. This hotel was booked as part of a package. I had read all the reviews and figured it was a good choice.

We arrived in the early evening and were greeted and shown our apartment by Simone (sp?) It was on the 3rd floor, and it was the apartment that also had the breakfast room in it. You walked in and the brkfst room was off to your right and then a little farther down the hall was the bedroom, with doors that locked and a window into a central courtyard area. (not scenic) There was a small kitchen in the back of the apartment, a few linen closets in the hall and the small but functional bathroom. We were told the apt was ours and only in the morning around 7 or 7:30 would a staff member be accessing the apt to get the breakfast ready. We thought it was a little strange but figured we'd make sure to be up and showered so as not to be running into anyone in the hall walking back from the bathroom.

We had stayed 2 of our 3 nights with no problems and they do put out a very nice breakfast in the morning. Nice selection of pastries, toasts, eggs, meats, cheeses, coffee and juice and even some fresh fruits. No complaints about the breakfast. The front lobby keeps irregular hours so one time when we went in to use the free internet she was annoyed because she was closing in 5 minutes so we just left. Also hot water was a real issue in our room, it would be warm for a couple of minutes and then get freezing cold and if it warmed back up it just kept repeating that cycle. We didn't have one "normal" shower the whole time we were there.

On our 3rd night we picked up dinner at the market to eat in our room. We realized when we got back that we didn't have a corkscrew to open our wine so we were looking in the drawers in the kitchen and opening the linen closets looking for one. Well when we opened one closet what did we find but a LADY SLEEPING ON A COT! We closed the door and stood there in disbelief, not really sure what to think. We walked down to the lobby to find out what was going on but they had locked up for the night. We came back up and woke her up to find out who she was and what she was doing in our room. She spoke good english and told us she was an employee of the hotel and this was her place to sleep and reassured us that she wasn't using our bathroom. That was kind of the least of our concerns at that moment.

We asked her to leave and she did and proceeded to go and get the owner/manager. He came in ranting and raving, banging on the door...saying "What's the problem?...There's no problem here". We told him that we were told that we had the apt to ourself except in the morning when they got the breakfast ready. He said that was untrue and it wasn't just ours. He blamed it on a new employee who had only worked for him for 2 days which was completely untrue. He was marching up and down and talking very loudly. He never apologized but did finally agree to make her leave for the night.

We felt our privacy had been violated. Had she been there the other 2 nights? The bathroom wasn't in your bedroom so you walk up and down the hall in your PJ's or towel. I just kept thinking what if I'd have run into her walking in the hall in the middle of the night, I would have screamed. We stayed our last night, but very uncomfortably and were very glad to be checking out the next morning.

When we did leave the Simone lady was very argumentative with us, and again never apologized. They felt that they had done nothing wrong.

If they are going to rent out a room/apt like that with "extra guests", they certainly need to make people aware of it beforehand. I don't think most people would be glad to find a stranger sleeping in their room.

I would most certainly not recommend this hotel or ever stay here again.

  • Stayed: April 2010, travelled as a couple
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Michele M, Responsabile relazioni pubbliche at La Casa di Amy, responded to this reviewResponded 26 January 2017

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Reviewed 2 April 2010

After an eight hour delay (thanks, American Airlines), we made our way from the Termini station to Casa di Amy at nearly midnight. Having called ahead to warn them of our delay, we were warmly greeted and shown to our room. Our spirits lifted when we saw the lovely room. After a good night's sleep, we looked out over the lovely courtyard from our window, then went to the cozy kitchen for a nice breakfast. Our vacation was back on track. Pros - Lovely, clean and quiet room overlooking pretty courtyard, close to transportation, free breakfast, very friendly staff, free computer access in lobby. Cons - hard bed.

  • Stayed: March 2010, travelled as a couple
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Michele M, Responsabile relazioni pubbliche at La Casa di Amy, responded to this reviewResponded 26 January 2017

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Reviewed 26 March 2010

After searching through Tripadvisor for hours I finally came across reviews for Casa di Amy and as they all seemed really good decided to book for 5 days. We were looking for somewhere reasonably cheap as we had quite a low budget but wanted something close to all the attractions and obviously somewhere clean and comfortable. Casa di Amy is all of these and more!
The location was perfect, it's not in a bad area at all as some other reviews suggest, it's not right in the centre but is easy walking distance to most places. The only time we took a bus was to go to the vatican, everywhere else we walked to but if you don't want to walk there is a bus station a short distance up the road.
We booked 2 rooms, one single and one double and both were extremely clean with comfortable beds. The showers were great, especially after a long day of sightseeing and there was always hot water. The room also came with tea, coffee and a kettle and also a small fridge.
The breakfasts in the morning were excellent. It was a buffet style which consisted of cold meats, cheese, yogurts, cereal, bread, croissants, pastries or cake and tea, coffee and fresh juice. This was great for a long day ahead sightseeing and we didn't need to eat again until late afternoon.
I also can't praise the staff and the owner enough, they were all really friendly and made us feel so welcome.
We all loved our stay at Casa di Amy and would definately recommend it to others. It may not be 5* luxury however if you're looking for an authentic Italian B&B which is clean, comfortable and close to most of Rome's main tourist attractions then look no further!

  • Stayed: March 2010
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Michele M, Responsabile relazioni pubbliche at La Casa di Amy, responded to this reviewResponded 26 January 2017

Thank you for choosing La Casa di Amy, you are always welcome to come back! Follow us on Facebook to check us out. Roma awaits you, so what are you waiting for? Saluti da Roma

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Reviewed 21 March 2010

Recently returned from our trip to Italy which concluded in Rome. Arrived at Casa Di Amy around noon and was greeted by the most friendly Simona. She immediately took us to our room on the third floor of a nearby building (lift available). It was one of four which surrounded what would be the breakfast room each morning. The room itself was very clean with a queen size bed, closet, mini fridge, pot for boiling water for tea or coffee and a bag of cookies. The bathroom, though small, was modern and, also very clean. It also had a view of of a mini ruins and park across the street.
Shortly after our arrival, we met one of the owners; and during the next several days, had very pleasant conversations with both owners (husband and wife). They and the remainder of the staff made sure we had everything we needed and that all of our concerns were met. Recommendations were made for itineraries to make sure we were able to see everything that we wanted without wasting time. I just can't say enough about the entire staff.
The hotel itself is located 5 minutes from Termini station which makes it convenient to everything on foot except the Vatican and St. Peters. In 15 to 30 minutes we were able to walk everywhere-- the Colisseum, the Spanish Steps, Trastevere, and Villa Borghese. Via Principe Amadea is loaded with restaurants if you just want to eat nearby.
The B&B offered free internet; but more than that, the office has a spare computer for use by the guests if needed, and we needed it. They also accepted and printed emails for us which was very important and delivered them to our room.

  • Stayed: March 2010, travelled as a couple
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Michele M, Responsabile relazioni pubbliche at La Casa di Amy, responded to this reviewResponded 26 January 2017

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Reviewed 12 March 2010

Private rooms with private toiletts/showers surrounding a common dining area. Great conversation. Very friendly staff.
The B & B is in a ~somewhat~ seedy area but conveniently located near the Termini. I am a single female traveler, and I never felt unsafe.
WIFI and huge breakfast included in cost. TVs, hotpot with tea/coffee service and refrigerator in each room. No safe.
Lavanderia one block away. Supermarket 2 blocks away.

  • Stayed: February 2010, travelled solo
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Michele M, Responsabile relazioni pubbliche at La Casa di Amy, responded to this reviewResponded 26 January 2017

Thank you for choosing La Casa di Amy, you are always welcome to come back! Follow us on Facebook to check us out. Roma awaits you, so what are you waiting for? Saluti da Roma

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