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I stayed here for 2 nights during my visit to Rome. The sisters here were friendly and accommodating. My room was small but absolutely immaculate and had everything I needed for two night stay. The bathroom was absolutely spotless too! As a Catholic I appreciated...More
My wife and I stayed at "Casa di Accoglienza Paolo VI" for eight nights. There is no curfew for this monastery as they provide you with three keys (gate, front door, and room) for independent access. Even though the sister at the reception didn't speak...More
We initially stayed at Casa Accoglienza for 4 nights in June. It was practically just across the street from the Vatican.
The Vatican entrance is less than 500 meters away-- though on the downside, the street you pass thru could be crowded during...More
We just checked out after staying here for 3 days. Sad to leave but all good things must come to an end I guess:) Firstly, the guest house is gated and you need 3 keys to enter: first the gate, front door and your room....More
Right across the street from the Vatican Museum entrance. Kitchen is okay. So you can buy some groceries...no real dishes or cutlery, looks like abandoned items. Decent wifi after you get the username and password. Note: very little English is spoken, though it doesn't matter....More
Response from jeannette c | Reviewed this property |
I did not tour the Vatican museum but read if you secure one of the guides outside the museum (you get expedited entrance). That looked like what was happening. I believe there are guides inside but you have to wait in... More
I did not tour the Vatican museum but read if you secure one of the guides outside the museum (you get expedited entrance). That looked like what was happening. I believe there are guides inside but you have to wait in line. Confirm by looking online.