My husband and I stayed at this B&B on our last night in Rome. Apparently, without its' owner, the Savoia is really not that great. We were welcomed by someone else into the room, got a key, were shown around, and that was that. There was no service whatsoever. Our wireless didn't work, but because there was no phone with which to call Augusto, we couldn't get it fixed. We also had a question regarding taxi service to the airport - again, without service there was no way to know. We also could not get our bill because we had to slide money under the door (as we had only paid a downpayment through the website when we came in). Breakfast was very meager, there was a yogurt and UHT milk in the fridge, plus a refrigerated pastry. We couldn't get the stove-top to work in order to heat up some water for coffee in the morning, and again - no way to contact Augusto. Also, the TV was filled with adult channels like Arab Babes XXX (yeah, very strange). Overall, very disappointed. I'm guessing that when Augusto is around, things are much nicer.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Our bed and breakfast is in a prestigious property built in the 1920's with most of its original features preserved and set in a pretty garden. Renovated to a high standard, each room has first class en-suite facilities and all are decorated in keeping with the age of elegance.Historical B&B in the center of the City, 5 minutes away from the Archaeological Area. Children super-welcome ... more less