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Piero and his son are outstanding people. I got a 5 stars service in this bed and breakfast. The place is clean, new and faces on Via Ottaviano - no noise. Less new and a little dark the option in Borgo Pio but great location....More
La Casa di Piero was the 1st place we stayed when we got to Italy. When we got there, Piero welcomed us at the entrance door to show us the way up to our room. Even with the language barrier, he was patient enough to...More
Accommodation was of an excellent location and very close to the Vaticain. The managers were very friendly and speak English better than our Italian!! They were very helpful with tips for getting about and ensuring our stay was an easy and comfortable experience.
The location is really close to Vaticano.
Inside it has each comfort you need.
The head is really gently.
I'll come back!
You can rent a bike, and it's free. I suggest to book a bike before you arrive.
The location is really in the...More
We searched booking.com for rooms accommodating a family of 4; for 3 adults and 1 child (14y) and this location turned up as a triple room with the option of adding an extra bed. As it was close to major attractions like the vatican city,...More
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Management response:Responded 25 June 2012
Dear Tripadvisor, I'm Pier Paolo Degl'innocenti, I was born in Roma 08-07-1978 and I am the owner of LA CASA DI PIERO AL VATICANO. Our accommodation is newly built (march 2012) and has only recently been placed on your website. I'd like to respond to...More
Just steps away from the chaos of the centre, Prati is the closest Rome gets to calm. Meticulously planned in a neat grid, quite unlike neighbouring Borgo, Prati is a local favourite for its aesthetic organisation and wide streets lined with a range of boutiques for every shopping fantasy. Nonnis pushing baby carriages and gossiping teens own every inch of the sidewalk, but that’s only during business hours. Once the sun sets,
quirky sidestreet bars celebrate aperitivo hour, those evening cocktails that help wash away the tensions of Roman life.