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I stayed here with 6 of my friends in Oct. Accidently left my phone worth (600) in the apartment. Phoned up the man we were dealing with who said he wasn't available to open the apt. I had to go home without it as I...More
We stayed in April 2016 at Pantheon Blues apartment which is on the first floor in a secure building. A quirky set-up with the bathroom downstairs, it is a good size including a large bedrm with king size bed, small kitchen and lounge/dining area. We...More
The location of the apartment could not have been better. Metres from the Pantheon and close to the main tourist attractions. The city view is exactly as you would expect from an apartment in central Rome! The apartment is clean, well resourced and very spacious...More
This apartment is located right where you want to be in Rome. Right on the Pantheon, minutes walk from Piazza Venezia, Fontana Di Trevi, Via corso, Numerous of shops, cafe and restaurants are available on the same or near streets.
The apartment is well kept,...More
The Pantheon Apartment is sensationally located, close to The Pantheon, and in the midst of fabulous shopping and superb coffee and restaurants. An easy walk to the main attraction that Roma has to offer. It is spacious, clean and comfortable and the host, Maurizio, is...More
$233 - $347 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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