Perfect location and accommodations! Close to Trastevere and Campo De Fioiri. The little kitchenette was all we need for a few meals and coffee in the morning. Took us a little while to get the hang of unlocking the door from the outside and figuring out how to turn on the gas when inside. The location felt safe, convenient and had a lot of charm. It was also very clean. We don't mind walking a lot, but we actually walked to the Colosseum and the Vatican from here. Lots of nearby restaurants, markets and gelato.
This hotel was good. It was very simple and no fuss. The reception lady was pleasant, did her job and answered our questions, although there wasn’t huge warmth - maybe her English wasn’t 100%. It felt more like going into an apartment than into a hotel, but I didn’t mind this. The room was good - but it was quite warm (even though we went in January!) - maybe they had heating on (being from Ireland we are used to cooler houses). The room had a fridge but no kettle or iron. We are both students and for €100 each altogether for 3 nights it was a great price and you got what you paid for. Location was good - but Rome is a very walkable city anyway. They asked what time we were arriving before we came and let us check out at 12pm for free (check out usually 10.30) which I thought was nice. Good choice if you want cheap and cheerful experience. …
My daughter & I stayed here in Nov. 2018, I highly recommend. The location is perfect and the staff is amazing. Very helpful and it fit our needs perfectly and also priced right. My daughter went to JCU, which was right across the Tiber from where we at. It was also very centrally located for any sight you wanted to see while in Rome. The breakfast was also good, not over whelming like Americans are used to but perfect to get you started on your day. A GREAT place to stay.
Stayed 3 nights in the Capo di Ferro apartments with my husband and toddler. Had a first floor apartment, no lift but very helpful staff! The location is wonderful, only steps away from Campo de Fiori. Very easy to explore that part of town and up to Piazza Navona etc. Apartments have been renovated recently and beautifully. The Bedroom is spacious and beds very comfy. The living/dining area creates just enough extra space for everyone. This location is also relatively quiet. Everything is tastefully done up. Only room for improvement is in the kitchenette. Just a few basics like salt, pepper and olive oil would be very helpful! But of course Carrefour is very close by (3 minute walk), and is well stocked. Definitely recommend this property for a stay with kids.
We visited Rome as a family of 4 and stayed in this small but perfectly formed hotel. The staff were really helpful. Every where was spotless. The location was perfect to explore within walking distance the city. The breakfast was simple and very good. Definitely recommend Maison Giulia for a great stay on a budget.