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Last week my boyfriend and I spent 5 days at Casa Cleo in Rome, and it was not the greatest experience.
To start with, the place was poorly signaled (we had to ask in the hotel next door to find it).
The staff seem to...More
First of all, you are lucky if you figure out where in Via Cavour is this B&B. Go for the building number (136) because there are absolutely no boards or signs except that. Once you enter the door, there comes a huge flights of stairs...More
Casa Cleo is a good choice for a budget trip to Rome. The location is excellent. Situated on via Cavour, at max 10 minutes walk from Termini station. It is close to the Colosseum (10 mins walk), S. Maria Maggiore, St Peter in Vincoli, Foro...More
Casa cleo is a family run b&b. they give you a coupon for breakfast at the cafe next door and its horrible. You wouldnt eat more than once. The briosche and cappucino is not good at this cafe. The rooms are in 3rd floor and...More
Reviewed 20 February 2014
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US$ 80 - US$ 112 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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