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ArteRoma Tiburtina Reviews

Via Eugenio Torelli Viollier 129, Rome, Italy

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82 Total Reviews
  • 91%Value For Money
  • 94%Security
  • 74%Location
  • 94%Staff
  • 91%Atmosphere
  • 100%Cleanliness
  • 83%Facilities

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The host was very nice and very accommodating. We were able to discover several interesting things around Rome, and get home at night because of the things that she told us. She was definitely an excellent host, and had just about everything covered. But this isn't a hostel or a B&B. It's really someone renting out two extra rooms in their apartment that is fairly central in Rome, but a bit out in the suburbs.

  • 13th Jun 2015
  • Novice Nomad
  • Anonymous
  • USA
  • Male, 25-30
  • (1 review)


Loved my stay, Gina and the staff were amazing, my only complaints being that the wifi didn't work in my room, so I had to go to the ground floor (not a big deal) and the advertised breakfast didn't happen


Probably the best value in Rome. Location, although not in the center is great. Nice and quiet without the tourist hassle with good and cheap eating places around. Quintiliani metro station is 10 min walk. I was happy with the fast and reliable wifi, because I work while traveling. Only thing I was confused about was breakfast. You have to order it for an extra price, which seems weird in B&B, but who would bother if you can have cafe and croissant for less than 2 € in a nearby cafe.


Bed was pretty stiff but everything else was excellent.


Fantastic little hidden B&B, extremely reasonably priced. Gina is very friendly, professional and accommodating. I reserved a room here for myself and an old friend on a very last-minute basis and she was more than happy to help us plan our perfect little tour of Rome! One comment: it is possible to reach the Colisseum / center only by taking public transport. I recommend the Quintiliani metro stop instead of Tiburtina. A small price to pay for a tranquil, economical stay!

  • 10th May 2015
  • Novice Nomad
  • Anonymous
  • USA
  • Female, 25-30
  • (1 review)


very nice person

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