Domus Cornelia is a great place to stay. Marcello runs a great place and the location is very nice. I had trouble finding it and Marcello came to find me in the neighborhood. My best advice is studying the area via Google Maps Street View before visiting. It gives you some bearings to use. It's a short walk to the Metro Stop (Cornelia) to and from the B&B. It's a few stops to the Vatican and Colisseum.
The neighborhood is full of nice places to eat for any budget. I would recommend lunch or some nice pastries at a place called Caffe Camerino as it was amazing and is just down the block. There's a huge newstand right across the street, a grocery store two doors down and many shops all within walking distance. One important note, a nice laundromat is close by.
The B&B was spotless and one of the cleanest places I've ever stayed. When we arrived, Marcello took us to our room and his assistant Lina was cleaning our room for a second time. The building is quiet for the most part. There is noise sometimes from the street but it didn't bother me at all. I will warn you, it seems ambulances are always running the streets in Rome with the siren on.
The kitchen is very nice at Domus Cornelia as I was able to buy food and drinks and keep them there. Breakfast was always ready for us everyday. Lina does a wonderful job and it was a great pleasure to stay. I would gladly stay here again anytime.
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