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St. Peter' Six Rooms & Suites
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Reviewed February 4, 2013

Just wanted to give this place my thumbs up as well. They only thing you need to keep in mind is that it's a guest house, not a hotel. I didn't try, but I doubt they are going to book reservations for you or send your dry cleaning out, but I didn't need or want that. Also, on your first arrival they have to let you into the building. After that you have your own key and can come and go as you please.

It's in a well-maintained older building, and the rooms reflect that (in a good way). The bathroom was clearly modernized, which is nice. The breakfast was simple but good (definitely European style).

  • Stayed: February 2013, traveled solo
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4  Thank EdwardPa
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Reviewed January 23, 2013

Nice hotel and rooms on the main avenue leading to St Peter square -so very convenient to visit the basilica and the museum (closed on Sundays).
You just have to be aware that it's not a full service hotel (no room service or staff at night) but we found it very well placed, in a quiet area but a few blocks away from nice restos (try Mama Cafe).

We just had a niggle with the plumbing that gurgled a lot, which meant not sleeping because of the noise or not sleeping because of the cold. The staff wasn't able to fix it or change us room.
That said, you don't need heating very often in Rome.

Everything else was nice, included the breakfast, etc.

Highly recommended!

Room Tip: Pick a superior room to get a bath tub.
  • Stayed: January 2013, traveled as a couple
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3  Thank LudovicWindsor
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Reviewed December 11, 2012

Stayed at St. Peter' Six for one week over Thanksgiving to attend events at the Vatican. We thoroughly enjoyed our stay:

Location: the hotel is located on the street that leads directly up to St. Peter's Square, so it is very convenient. It is only a short 5 minute walk to the Vatican. There are little pizza and gelato shops down the street so you don't have to go far for food, and plenty more restaurants another 10 or 15 minutes away. There are a couple of ATMs downstairs, too. The street is pretty quiet at night (save the occasional police/ambulance siren), however, if you are a light sleeper, you may want to request a room that doesn't face the street.

Hotel: the hotel is on the 2nd floor (though they may call it the first floor since they may count a zero floor). There is a small elevator, so you don't have to haul your luggage up the stairs. The lobby is small, but as there are only 6 rooms, so they don't need a big lobby. There is a small breakfast area, but as previously mentioned, as there are only 6 rooms, so we never saw more than 2 other tables occupied. The breakfast is the standard fare - croissants and other breads and pastries, cheeses, ham, cereal, etc. I am considering getting my own Nespresso machine since I liked theirs quite well.

Room: We had a triple room which was spacious with high ceilings. The large double bed was comfortable and the single pull-out was just OK, as it is narrow. We had a chest of drawers and a cupboard for our things. The cupboard had a safe and a refrigerator inside, both of which were handy, especially if you are staying an entire week. They provided a couple of bottles of water and soft drinks for free in the fridge. We also had a flat screen tv and free wi-fi (always much appreciated in this day and age). The bathroom was also spacious (which seems to be rare in Europe) and actually very modern considering it's an old building. I really liked the rainfall showerhead. We were also fortunate they provided a hair dryer unit that had a built in voltage converter since the converter I brought turned out to be broken. And most importantly - everything was nice and clean.

Staff: the staff were great. Off hand - I can remember we encountered Vicenzo, Niezel and Paola, and they were all so friendly and helpful. They provided us with good suggestions for restaurants and shopping and arranged for our airport transfers. The drivers were on time and helpful with the luggage. We arrived late and left really early and the staff were very accommodating.

I would definitely stay here again or recommend it to family and friends.

  • Stayed: November 2012, traveled with family
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4  Thank kristineLA
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Reviewed December 2, 2012

The only word that might describe the place is "Excellent". Everything is well done, the staff is great, courtesy, respect are always there. The breakfast is very good. I'll surely check-in again during my next trip in Rome.
Ps. St Peter square is just 5 minutes walk.

Stayed: November 2012, traveled solo
2  Thank Orazio D
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Reviewed October 22, 2012

What a treasure. The staff in amazing. This was our first stop on our trip and really set the standard. Paola as well as all the staff were so sweet and helpful. Our flight arrived early from the states yet the driver Paola arranged for us was waiting to bring us to the hotel. They held our luggage so we were able to begin our tour of Rome. They provided early check in which was wonderrful. Breakfast was included and it was a very nice selection. Roughly 3 blocks from St. Peter's Square, step out the front door turn to your left and the view is amazing. Highly recommend this hsitoric tiny treasure.

  • Stayed: October 2012, traveled with friends
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3  Thank Lisa F
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StPeterSix, Direttore at St. Peter' Six Rooms & Suites, responded to this reviewResponded October 25, 2012

Dear Lisa,
thank you for your kind words.
It's been a pleasure to host you.
Greetings from Paola and all the staff!
Come back soon!

Valeria Bruno
Front Office Manager

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