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Casa di Santa Brigida

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Eagan
Reviewed 16 July 2011

My sister, daughter and I stayed in two rooms for three nights. Lovely refuge in the middle of the busy city. This was a great location within walking distance to every place we wanted to go but we also bused quite a bit because they are so easily available. Room was immaculate and while the bathroom was small it also...

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New Westminster, Canada
Reviewed 5 July 2011

Pros: convenient location, catch #116 electric bus at Cancelleria to Villa Borghese Gardens (Galleria Borghese), walking distance to Via Vittorio Emanuele where you can catch buses to Termini station, Colosseum, Vatican etc., Just be careful which side of the street you are on or you could be heading in the wrong direction. You can buy bus tickets for a euro...

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Dallas, Texas
Reviewed 4 July 2011

Even though we had a confirmed reservation, we were sent to a nearby "apartment" instead of staying in the main building. (We didn't want to argue with the nuns who manage this hotel.) Although we had a peek at what the regular rooms looked like, it is difficult to write a review based on our stay in the apartment. The...

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1Thank ArtHistoryTeacher
Santa Barbara, Ca
Reviewed 4 July 2011

We stayed at Casa di Santa Bridida just off the Campo Fiori for a week in May '11 and were delighted with it. A great location , you can walk to P. Navona, Pantheon, Fountain of Trevi, & most of central Rome sights from here. Run by Swedish nuns, the rooms are simple, clean, have everything you need. There is...

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2Thank Linda B
Galway, Ireland
Reviewed 29 June 2011

Stayed for 1 week for beatification of JPII. Never travelled alone to a foreign country before, but have been to Rome several times with husband and 5 children and stayed in apartments. What a wonderful experience! Beautiful convent, lovely nuns...nothing was too much trouble...met some very interesting people staying there from other countries. Location perfect, facilities excellent, breakfast was typical...

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1Thank delialuci
Pittsfield, MA
Reviewed 30 May 2011

Stayed here on a recent 3 night stay in Rome at the recommendation of Rick Steve's guidebook. He was very accurate in his description. While staying in this convent, you would never guess that you were in the middle of an incredibly busy, chaotic and noisy city. The convent itself was beautifully decorated, cool and quiet. The room was beautiful,...

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zoe17
Reviewed 16 May 2011

Overall, the hotel was OK. Because the hotel is run by nuns, at times their attitudes become an issue. It also meant that their schedule dictated when you could do things like settle the bill and have breakfast (8 am - 9 am, unless special arrangements are made). I have travelled primarily as a single since 2006, and the single...

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San Diego, CA
Reviewed 11 May 2011

I don't even want to write this review because I'm afraid this place will get more popular! My experience at the convent was completely positive. As you would expect from a convent, you could eat off the floor, the rooms were very quiet, and the nuns were kind and friendly. My single room was bright, airy, and spacious. I loved...

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2Thank architeuthis99
Los Angeles, California
Reviewed 18 February 2011

We had been staying in the Casa a number of times, first time in 1972. We always tried to get a reservation when we were in Rome. It was charming. Last time we went, everything was still the same - beds and all. We were stuck in a small room with no shower. Couldn't work the hand held one and...

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4Thank Gerri777
Vancouver, Canada
Reviewed 12 January 2011

Beautiful convent. I stayed 4 nights in November and had the best experience. The convent is immaculately clean. The location can't be beat and was walking distance to all the major sites with many good restaurants nearby. The nuns were incredibly kind. Would stay here again if I go back to Rome.

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Navona / Pantheon / Campo de’ Fiori
With three of Rome’s most beloved piazzas within a five-minute walk of each other, the Navona/Pantheon/Campo area may be the prettiest and most picturesque area of the city. Join the beautiful throngs hanging out in cafes, boutiques, art galleries, and wine bars, or peek at a neighbourhood museum or monument. If you want nonstop movida, the streets here are busy with chic bicyclists and Vespa drivers, street vendors, merchants, and locals. There is no rhyme or reason to its winding streets and there's something to see around every corner, so take pleasure in a spontaneous wander.
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Address: Via di Monserrato 54, 00186 Rome, Italy
Region: Italy > Lazio > Rome > Navona / Pantheon / Campo de’ Fiori
Price Range: ₹ 8,081 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Number of rooms: 20
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#277 Family Hotel in Rome
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