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I stayed at B&B Giorni Felici for almost a month, on October 2013, I was alone and went to Rome for studing and tourism; and I had a very good time there! The place was well located, clean, the breakfast was nice (you have to...More
I absolutely loved this bed and breakfast. I traveled here with my mom and boyfriend, and our room was the ideal amount of space for three people, although I could also imagine a full family staying with Simone, as he has two equally large rooms....More
Right first of all we went in July 2013 don't know why but it won't let me say that above. It was Dafne who was there but we had been in touch with Simone for booking. Anyhoo it was lovely we had the place to...More
We stayed at Giorni Felici and the experience was excellent. Simone and Dafne are great people and like to share they wonderful apartment with visitors.
The 2 big room apartment is a dream which made us feel like it was home.
If we are going...More
Extremely welcoming and friendly, the rooms and facilities were explained clearly on arrival. The living room and breakfast area provided are excellent and we slept in comfort, both nights. The walk to the subway is quick and easy and one can be in the centre...More
$80 - $115 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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