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Everything met my expectations! I stayed one night and on the first floor. We had a huge apartment, with aseparate kitchen and a huge living area which was practically divided into two separate areas, one a bedroom with a double bed and the other side...More
My husband and I stayed at Residence Sacconi for 3 nights in mid June. The hotel and mostly the room has many pros but unfortunately there is one drawback - if someone would consider it as a drawback.
Firstly, the hotel is situated in a...More
I stayed at residence sacconi for two weeks as I was moving in Rome.
The apart hotel is very clean and the kind staff made me feel at home.
Even though the breakfast is generally served in the rooms, following my request I was set...More
Frankly speaking, "Sacconi Residence" was taken out of despair after 5 roman hotels had not confirmed our dates.
This apart-hotel is situated in a quiet place on the street named after Guiseppe Sacconi, italian architect of 19c. Our travel agent told that it's just 10...More
The Flaminio area has been making a name for itself as a hub for contemporary architecture and art. Over the past decade, Flamino’s grassy knolls have seen the rise of cultural centres - amazing feats of architecture like the beautiful Ponte della Musica, the wavy contemporary art MAXXI Museum, and the futuristic Parco della Musica, a music complex where international names perform. Flaminio also has traces
of the 1960 Olympic Games with Palazzetto dello Sport and Villagio Olimpico, the athlete’s Olympic village turned residential housing. If culture means a ball and a foot, keep your eye on the prize: Rome’s famed Stadio Olimpico football stadium is just a short walk across a bridge.