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Reviews here talk about roof terraces, balconies, views and en-suite bathrooms. I was not in that part of the Convent. The St.Antonio side costs much less, has shared bathrooms and is spartan. I stayed for nine nights, rooms are very well priced, immaculately clean, have...More
I loved this convent. As others have said, the rooms are spartan, but clean and the breakfast is quite generous by convent standards. They offer yogurt, muesli and other cereals, butter, jam, honey, bread rolls, cheese, cold cuts, coffee, tea, milk, and juice.
I have been to Rome many times. When in Rome... I always stay in an active convent. Suore di Santa Elisabetta is an amazing little convent run by nuns right by the famous Basilica di Santa Maria Maggiore. Convents are not for everyone. The accommodations...More
Our group of 8 females (including 5 teenagers) stayed at this convent for 4 nights after a week long cruise. It was a bit of sensory shock going from a cruise ship to the convent, but the price was right. We had two quad rooms...More
We stayed in Rome for three days and the sisters were wonderful. Even though we didn't know a lot of Italian, we communicated clearly. Sister Irene is especially kind, helping us find good places to eat and the directions to the taxi stand, grocery store,...More
Monti is Rome’s rebel yell. This neighborhood just west of Termini train station mixes grit with fun as it continues to fight for its reputation as a magnet for the artsy, alternative, and hipster. Every season, quirky boutiques and food spots sprout up on its cobblestone streets. The neighborhood supports unique and homegrown businesses that cater to its longtime residents as well as hipsters on the hunt. Hang out at
Piazza della Madonna dei Monti anytime after lunch and you'll always find something going on.