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All reviewspiazza navonaspanish stepsgreat locationrooms are smallquiet streetside streetwithin walking distancehard boiled eggsstaff was helpful and friendlypastriesstay there againtop floorcharming hotelhistoric sitesheart of romefamily roomspent a week
Great hotel, near the Tiber. Walking distance from all the main sites. Kind and pleasantly stuff. Italian breakfast, good coffee. small clean and cozy room, always hot water . 24 hours reception, got answer to all my questions. planning to come back.More
Response from MARIACINZIA, Proprietario at Hotel Due TorriResponded 2 weeks ago
What a pleasure to read such a wonderful review, we are glad you had a nice stay, you appreciated the quality and service of our hotel plus the central location and we want to thank you so much for taking time to write...More
Hotel Due Torri is pretty well located near many attractions in Rome. It is walking distance to quite a few sights, restaurants and close to public transportation. The front desk staff was excellent and attentive and helped answer many of my questions. The room itself...More
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Response from MARIACINZIA, Proprietario at Hotel Due TorriResponded June 6, 2017
Good afternoon Jenny,
first of all i would like to thank you for this lovely message. Our staff is very happy to help our guests as much as they can, we would love to make you feel that Hotel Due Torri is your cozy home...More
Great location. Friendly staff. Spotless. Nice breakfast. Quiet on virtually unused cobbled side road. Room was comfortable and every thing worked. Refreshing change from Hilton's we normally use. I suspect not good for wheel chairs as tiny lift.More
Thank Sean R
Response from MARIACINZIA, Proprietario at Hotel Due TorriResponded 5 weeks ago
Dear Sean R,
Thank you so much for writing this wonderful review on TripAdvisor, we are so glad you had a nice experience at our hotel and we are looking forward to having the possibility of welcoming you again, in the meanwhile we wish you...More
We were staying in a apartment which was not working out
We phoned this hotel seeking accommodation for the remainder of our 6 night stay in Rome (4nights)
The owner did all she could to accommodate us
The first 2 nights we had 2 rooms...More
Response from MARIACINZIA, Proprietario at Hotel Due TorriResponded January 14, 2018
We are so pleased you appreciated our efforts to let you have a pleasant stay with us and we thank you fo ryour positive comments.
So we really hope to see you again soon and til then please accept our warmest regards.
When we first arrived in our room, we expected a very small room, but it was actually pretty decent and clean. It was already dark outside, but I wanted to open the window to look at the view, I was very much impressed. We had...More
Thank Giuliano S
Response from MARIACINZIA, Proprietario at Hotel Due TorriResponded January 11, 2018
Thank you very much for these kind words, we appprecite it, as it's a pleasure do our best to make people confortable as their home, so consider always or Hotel Due Torri as your home in Rome.
Looking forward to meeting you next...More
From its original role as ancient army training fields to its present-day identity as one of the city’s most desirable neighborhoods, the Campo Marzio is the best place to get lost in Rome. Gorgeous Renaissance and Baroque palazzos line the streets, and are filled with enticing boutiques and food shops. By day, Rome’s best-dressed denizens criss-cross its streets in a fashionable parade of errands, occasionally pausing to
look fabulous in gorgeous piazzas like San Lorenzo in Lucina. Campo Marzio can be a bit of a sleeper after aperitivi hour (9pm), so visit by day and experience the pulse of daytime Rome.