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Historical Traveler Reviews 58 Le Real B&B Rome
Although it is in a great location, we consider our stay here average. The rooms are clean, nice bathroom, however, it should not be called a B&B since the only items for breakfast are wrapped pastries (much like Little Debbie snacks). The owner was friendly, however, because of the language barrier, what he told over the phone and email regarding room price was not what he said in when we got there. We went back and forth over the cost. I even had email to prove it, but got stuck paying the more expensive 130 euro for a triple. We have stayed at many European hotels and rate this a 5 out of 10. Simply because of the cost for what you get and the pityful breakfast. Other than that if it's location you want, this is the place.***Watch out for the hidden costs at the restaurant downstairs***
Charming Bed & Breakfast
Charming B&B. SPOTLESSLY CLEAN. Friendly and helpful staff, although they speak very little english. You must be a independent traveler, meaning, you can not depend on a front desk for directions or recommendations. The hot water went out for a whole day and part of the night and we were not able to get ahold of the owner, even with the phone number they gave us. We just relit the pilot ourselves. If you are adventurous and dont need a lot of travel support this is a great place. Like I said, extremely clean and charming. You also have unlimited access to juice fridge and a coffee/cappucino/snack machine - free.
Great room, great price!
My husband I recently stayed at this hotel in Rome. It was in a great location. We walked just about everywhere...to the Spanish Steps, the Trevi Fountain, and the train terminal to get to the airport. We also took a bus on occasion which stopped right outside the hotel. The owner was very friendly and helpful. He recommended a couple of good restaurants and interesting local sites to visit. The room was extremely clean, quiet, and comfortable. We would recommend this place to anyone looking for a reasonably priced room in a central location.
Family stay Via cavour
We just stayed at this bed and breakfast for 3 nights as a family of 5. It's a bit misleading that the place advertises as a hotel because it's really a B&B. As such, it is quite good with nice clean bedrooms, comfortable beds, lovely modern bathroom. The owner Gianlucca is also very friendly and helpful. However, we consider the stay was on the expensive side (€110/night for a double) considering the B&B type of service. Breakfast is the minimum acceptable, with no butter available, some pre-packed pastries and cookies. The kids are not the least picky but they hated the hot chocolate provided in the machine. The expresso and capuccino were nicely Italian.
58 Via Cavour was a wonderful way to start our trip
Just returned from a trip to Rome in late March, 2004. This B&B was clean, nicely furnished and the bathrooms were spotless. Cappuccino, beverages and snacks are available 24 hours/day. The breakfast was nothing special, but the location (3 blocks from the train station & walking distance to the Colosseum) more than made up for this. Although we were able to reserve our reservation with a credit card, they only accept cash upon arrival. Would highly recommend 58 Via Cavour to any travelers.
Good value for money
We Booked 50 Via Cavour, through internet, because the choice of cheap lodging in Rome from finalnd was very limited.We find the premises very clean and the service up to the 3 star hotel. The people is friendly, and they are ready to give you suggestions on whatever you need.The area is not the poshest in rome but it si very safe even if it is close to central station and in walkable distance 500m from the spanish steps
Good, private, cozy b&b close to Termini. It seems the owner bought an apartment and transformed it into a b&b. The administrator was extremely helpful and was always available. My only complain was that since our room was in the front of the hotel, it was also very close to a coffee machine. This meant that we could hear very clearly every time someone used the machine. There are more rooms further back, which I guess are more quiet. Nonetheless, I'd still recommend this b&b and I think it's adequate for families and travelers who want to wake up early.
My wife and I stayed in this hotel in mid-September, and I had made my reservations six months earlier.
Please stay away from this bed and breakfast. My traveling companion (J) and I reserved a two night stay at 58 Via Cavour. I planned to stay one night and return to the U.S. the next day. My traveling companion would stay one more night. After arriving, the hotel owner asked us if J would move to a "sister" hotel for the next night which had singles.
58 Via Cavour is a nice, air conditioned B&B in Rome, very near the train terminal. We were able to walk to many things from here. My only comlaint is that when I arrived (after confirming via email my arrival date) there was no one there. I had to find another hotel to stay my first night. Otherwise, it was a nice stay and I would recommend it.