I am so happy I found Casa Fabbrini B&B for our recent stay in Rome. It was the best mix of the professionalism of a hotel, the friendly welcome of a B&B and the comfort of feeling right at home. It's quiet, in a great location and the common areas are comfortable to sit in after a full day walking around, and not feeling confined to your room. The breakfast in the morning was the highlight of this place with freshly baked cakes each morning and the chance to chat with a the few other guests. We would definitely stay here again and look forward to it!
Such warm and friendly staff. Lovely cakes and great breakfast. Fabulous location. Really lovely place and people. The only con is that it can be a bit noisy if you are in the room below the breakfast area.
We loved this small B&B tucked away in a quiet side street in central Rome. Our room and all the common spaces were comfortable and stylish. Yummy breakfast every morning and baked goods, coffee and tea were available all day. The main problem was the hotel was so great I didn’t want to leave to go sightseeing!
A perfect home away from home in the italian capiital. Next to many places of interest. Fresh baked cake for breakfast every morning and friendly staff. Great shops and restaurants around. Only Five double rooms.
We booked all 4 rooms (as advertised) so we could take the children and leave their doors open knowing there would be no other guests. When we arrived we were told there was in fact 5 rooms. (The website states only 4). We explained that the website was completely misleading and we could not leave the children (all under 9) locked in rooms. The manager responded that we could still leave their doors open despite 2 other strangers in the 5th room. Not very helpful. We argued about whether the website stating only 4 rooms was mis leading but they refused to listen or offer any help. I suspect they have had this situation before as they were well practised responses.The staff , apart from the manager, were very helpful and understanding. We had to move to another hotel as for safety could not leave the children in locked rooms alone. They refused any sort of refund - in fact not even the offer of a cup of tea while we tried to solve the issue. Maybe i am wrong but if a hotel describes itself as having 4 rooms i did not think it would have 5. Just as though if i booked a boutique hotel i would not expect to arrive to find 500 rooms. I don't want to stay in places that describes themselves incorrectly - what else may not be true......up to you. …