Caesar House Residenze Romane
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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- Pets allowed
Historical Traveler Reviews Caesar House Residenze Romane Rome
Charming and Understated Elegance
This was an excellent B&B. Don't be discouraged by the entrance. Upon leaving the elevator at the 2nd floor, you enter an oasis of friendliness, warmth, detail, and charm. The atmosphere is understated elegance, and the owner/staff very accommodating. Complimentary beverages provided by in-room ice box was a nice touch. Best "American" coffee in Rome. As a very "particular" traveler, I will readily recommend Caesar House to anyone spending time in Rome.
Thanks to Guila, Simona, Youni, and Michelle my daughter and I enjoyed our stay in Rome tremendously. The restaurants, nightlife, and tour scene recommended were always a pleasure. The best part of staying there was we were made to feel like a member of the family visiting Rome. My daughter particularly enjoyed the complimentary breakfast in bed each morning. The bedrooms and bathrooms were very large, clean, quiet, elegant, and with good air conditioning. Access to all was within comfortable walking distance.
Outstanding comfort and personal attention
My wife and I celebrated our tenth anniversary with a trip visiting several cities in Italy, in June, 2004. The three nights we stayed at this hotel were a major highlight of our entire trip. It is rather small, 6 rooms, and so feels a bit more like a very nice bed and breakfast in the US. Although it is right on a fairly busy street, we never heard any outside noise.
The truly outstanding part of staying here was the personal attention from the owners/operators. I had emailed them ahead of time with some special requests, and they took care of everything perfectly. Their dinner recommendations were perfect, as were their sightseeing tips/recommendations. They arranged for cabs and a car to the airport for us. Our bed was turned down for us each night while we were at dinner. Everyone was incredibly helpful, friendly, and accommodating.
Our room (the "Sabina" room) was beautiful, clean, comfortable, had plenty of space (including a daybed), very good air conditioning, as well as all the things you might expect (cable TV, minibar, electronic safe, phone, table and chairs). The bathroom was a little on the smaller side, but comfortable enough. Only complaint was the shower - it was a little small, and had a shower curtain that tended to blow in and stick to your legs while showering. There were lots of small details that were very nice - things like glass shelves for toiletries near the sink, towel heaters, and a valet tray in the bedroom to hold keys/change at night.
Breakfast is made to order (from a selection of breads, cereals, juices, and I think eggs) and brought to your room (at a time you choose) each morning. I saw some people eating in the "living room" area one morning, so I assume that's another option if you don't want to eat in your room.
There's a living room common area off of the main entrance. It didn't seem to be used much, but there were maps and books in there. I didn't see any computer terminal for general guest use, though I did see a guest using the terminal at the main desk at one point - I don't know whether that's common or not.
We liked the location - very close to the Roman Forum and only a short walk to the Colloseum or the "city center" area. I can imagine some might prefer an area closer to things like the Pantheon (this was 10-15 minutes away), though. The street it is on is not as nice (i.e. not lots of nice stores and such) as those in the city center, though it felt plenty safe (plenty of people around, even at night). There are plenty of small shops, pizzerias, gelati places, etc. around.
I would recommend Caesar House without any reservation whatsoever, especially for anniversary/honeymoon trips. If we're ever able to take another vacation to Italy, we'll make every effort to stay there again.
Charm, Location, Warmth, Hospitality!
You cannot ask for a better location in Rome to see the sights. Giulia, Simona, & Youni offered warm, personal service, and were very welcoming to us. (Youni made sure that our 7-year-old daughter had chocolates every night before bedtime!) Our room was spacious, clean, and well-decorated, and we enjoyed having our continental breakfast delivered to our room each morning. If you want to be treated as a special guest, stay at Caesar House!
Comfort and Care
I can't say enough about Caesar House. Similar to a luxury bed and breakfast, it's like having all the comforts of home and more. Large comfortable bed and pillows, beautifully decorated, plenty of room to spread out, quiet, tasty breakfast in bed if you want, and a very kind and personal concierge, making sure you have everything you need. Very close to the ancient sites, you can walk just about everywhere from the residence. I highly recommend this site to those who want to be treated like a valued guest and not just another tourist!
Comfortable, easy, and helpful
This small hotel/residence is charming and filled with integrity and best wishes for its guests. Run with great care by two sisters, each room is different, but the two I saw were both furnished well and comfortable, with great beds and lots of space (at least by Euro standards). What sets this place apart is the staff- they are completely at your disposal to help book side trips, suggest great places to eat, or fix anything that may be a problem. I needed an adapter for my computer, and they immediately went to a nearby store and bought one! It is located at the end of Via Cavour, just two blocks from the Coliseum and metro stops.
An Enchanting Place to Stay in Rome
My husband and I traveled to Rome in March and stayed for four nights at the Caesar House Residenze Romane. This is a exceptionally wonderful hotel---one of those rare places that one remembers fondly for years to come. Our experience started before we ever landed in Rome. The owner was most helpful in answering all of our questions by e-mail and arranged to have a car pick us up at the airport. When we arrived, we were warmly greeted and shown our beautiful room. It was quiet and spacious, decorated in an attractive modern style. The hotel is on the second floor of an ancient palazzo, minutes from the Forum and within walking distance of most major attractions. There are only 6 rooms so each guest is treated with the utmost care and attention. A delicious breakfast is served each morning in your room. The friendly staff is eager to help with dinner reservations, tours or sight-seeing suggestions. When you leave, you feel as if you are leaving friends. This is a magical little hotel that enhanced our trip immeasurably.
Higly recommended to honeymooners and families alike!
I traveled with my husband and two daughters to Rome for a 'dream vacation', and the Caesar House helped make the dream a reality.
Their consierge service was actually two sisters who own and operate the Caesar House. They went the extra mile to make reservations, make sure we were comfortable, and provide detailed insights into the local sites and attractions. The accommodations were elegantly appointed, and one heck of a bargain considering we were traveling with children and didn't want to have to purchase a second room. Locale was perfect for us! NO tourists crowding your every step (as it is with the popular Spanish Step hotels), but less than a five minute walk to the Colloseum and Roman Forum. We easily walked almost everywhere we wanted to go - with a three year old in tow! I can't recommend it highly enough!
A true gem in Rome!
For travelers looking for all the best amenities and for the right price in Rome, we would highly recommend the Caeser House. Our experience started at the airport, where we were met at the gate by a private driver in a luxury car for a modest (by Rome standards) cost.
We were very pleasantly surprised by the quality of the room. Spacious, extraordinarily quiet, with modern bathroom amenities, satellite tv and a state-of-the-art thermostat. Your made-to-order continental breakfast is delivered to your room each morning at the time you designate. The service is OUTSTANDING, from the friendly bellmen to the charming, helpful, enthusiastic and professional hostesses who manage the house.
They made restaurant reservations for us and secured us a private tour of ancient Rome by an American-born guide, again, at a very reasonable price. They made it very clear that they wanted to do whatever they could to make our stay in Rome the best it could be. The location of the Caeser House is also excellent...the Colleseum and Forum are literally just a few steps outside your door. For price, quality, location and service, you cannot do better in Rome than the Caeser House.
Jewel of a find
This jewel of a find is a cross between a B&B and a small 4-5star hotel. It's only their second season in this newly remodeled hotel.
Your room is large and comfortable, breakfast is served on a linen line tray to your room at your specified time. The doubled glazed windows will keep your room quiet as it's cooled by the airconditioning. The 2 bedroom apt. is great for families. Book this hotel early, as there are only 8 rooms located on the 2nd floor of an unimposing building 1 block from the Forum on Via Cavor. Fine for those who don't like stairs..they have an elevator. Lots of security with the front door cameras, and security coded locked front door into the B&B. Look at the website, the rooms are just like the pictures, spotlessly clean and very well done.
You'll love the helpful staff and the evening chit chats with them.
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