Navona Garden Suites

Address: Via del Governo Vecchio, 73, Rome, Lazio, 00186, Italy | B&B
 
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Location

This B&B, located in the Historic Center area of Rome, is near Piazza Navona, Fountain of the Four Rivers, The Pasquino, and Palazzo della Cancelleria.
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Historical Traveler Reviews Navona Garden Suites Rome

Perfect location, lovely place

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I´ve stayed at this family managed guest house for 3 days. It is located in the heart of the historic center, close to the major touristic attractions including Piazza Navonna, Trevi Fountain, Pantheon, Piazza di Spagna, Piazza Venezia and Coleseo. This is the perfect place to stay in Rome. The Vatican is also at a reasonable walking distance (just 20 minutes) from there.

The wonderful owners speak English and are always pleased to give you many tips about good stores, restaurants and places to visit. For a fair price, this hotel offers a modern and very clean room including cable tv, conditionated air and a good shower.

If you are planning to checkin late (after 8pm), I recommend you to inform the owners before because they don´t stay there at night.

Perfekte Lage, reizendes Hotel

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Ich war in diesem familienbetriebenen Gasthaus für 3 Tage. Es ist im Herzen des historischen Zentrums gelegen, nah an allen Touristenattraktionen wie Piazza Navona, Pantheon, Piazza di Spagna, Piazza Venezia, dem Kolosseum und dem Trevi-Brunnen. Der perfekte Ort zum Wohnen in Rom. Der Vatikan befindet sich ebenfalls in gut zu erlaufender Entfernung (nur 20 Minuten).

Die sehr netten Eigentümer sprechen auch englisch und helfen gern mit vielen Tipps zu guten Geschäften, Restaurants und anderen Orten, die man gesehen oder besucht haben sollte. Das Hotel bietet moderne und sehr saubere Zimmer mit Kabelfernsehen, Klimaanlage und guter Dusche zu einem fairen Preis.

Falls man erst spät ankommt (also nach 20 Uhr), sollte man die Eigentümer darüber in Kenntnis setzen, da sie nicht dort wohnen.

Eine sehr schöne Zeit

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Wir haben gerade eine Woche in Rom im Navona Garden Suites zum Zwecke ausführlicher Familienfeier verbracht. Einige Familienmitglieder waren in der näheren Umgebung untergebracht und wir waren mit der Unterkunft sehr zufrieden. Das Zimmer war in jeder Hinsicht perfekt: komfortabel, geräumig, wunderschön eingerichtet. Die Lage war ideal: sämtliche Haupttouristenattraktionen waren leicht zu erlaufen und das Hotel liegt an einer interessanten Straße mit vielen Restaurants, Bars und Einkaufsmöglichkeiten. Auch unsere Gastgeber hätten sich kaum mehr Mühe geben können. Schon während der Buchung gab es angenehme Telefongespräche, man gab uns gute Tipps bezüglich des Taxi-Streiks, welcher am Tag unserer Ankunft herrschte, man begrüßte uns sehr herzlich und war bei jedem Schritt behilflich. Wir hatten einen fantastischen Aufenthalt in Rom und dieses Hotel hat dabei einen großen Beitrag geleistet.

Very happy time

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We have just returned from a week in Rome, staying at Navona Garden Suites, for an extended family celebration. Various family members stayed in close proximity, we were best pleased with our accommodation. The room was perfect in every way; comfortable, spacious, wonderfully situated. The position was ideal for us, easy walking distance to many of the major sights, on an interesting street with many restaurants, bars and shops. Our hosts could not have looked after us better at every step, from early phone conversations, through the booking process, giving sound advice on how to cope with the taxi strike on our day of arrival, greeting us warmly and being helpful and friendly at turn. We had the best time in Rome and staying here made a huge contribution to the success of the trip

Stay here! .. so long as our dates don't clash.

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Just arrived home from a fantastic 5 days in central Rome, and have to give the Navona Garden Suites a rave review because the trip wouldn't have been the same without such great and 'right-in-the-heart-of-it' accomodation.

Booked swiftly over the internet, and simply, and heard from the owners shortly afterwards. Thought the predicament would be to find the place! But very simple, just off Piazza Navona.

Greeted by charming American dentist, who runs the place with his wife, he gave us a quick tour of the local area, -fav bar, restaurant and idea of the geography etc. He was welcoming and assured us if we needed anything just to knock on his door.

Apartment homely, very clean, with a king-size comfy bed, and very good value for money. We walked everywhere! Much more preferable than staying in a hotel.

Perfect Location

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great property, great location and really nice owners. i would recommend this guest house to anyone who wants to be in the middle of things i.e. only steps away from all of Rome's most beautiful attractions. Brand new the suite we stayed in was better than most 4 star hotels I have every stayed in! the owners are an American chap from Colorado who operates a dental practice together with his Italian wife. He took time out on Saturday morning to give us a quick tour of Piazza Navona - charming and interesting chap! We are already booked again for next May!

Lovely Homely Accommodation

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We booked into the Navona Garden Suites after finding their partner business the Navona Suites were full. We were surprised to find some completely new suites had been created in the tranquil central courtyard of the same building. The new rooms were light and comfortable and were decorated and furnished with care and attention. The peacefull little garden/courtyard is the perfect spot to enjoy breafast and some early sun. Located along a picturesque street next to Piazza Navona, i believe the location and accommodation to be unbeatable from my experience in the city.

Sehr schönes Hotel

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Wer ein echtes Gefühl für diese Stadt entwickeln möchte, der muss einfach hierher kommen. Man fühlt sich wie ein Einheimischer mit dem gesamten Komfort von Zuhause. Die Zimmer sind wunderschön; komfortabel, preiswert, sauber, klimatisiert. Es ist für diesen Preis das beste Angebot und man ist nah dran an vielen Sehenswürdigkeiten in Rom. Meine Frau und ich waren schon viel unterwegs in Europa und wir wählen dieses Hotel an die Spitze. Einfach eine hervorragende Unterkunft. Beim nächsten Mal in Rom, kommen wir auf jeden Fall wieder her.

Great place.

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If you really want to get a feel for the city you have got to stay at this place. You feel like you are a native but with all the comforts of home. The rooms are great; comfortable, affordable, clean, well air conditioned. It's the best deal for a great price and it is close to many of the main attractions of Rome. My wife and I have stayed at a lot of places all throughout Europe and we rate this place at the top. Its a great lodging experience. When we go back to Rome we will stay there for sure.

Navona Garden Suites are Sweet

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We had a wonderful stay in the heart of Rome (Piazza Navona). We stayed two nights in the "Michealangelo" room which sleeps at least 7 (possibly more) and is a great place for a large group or family complete with 2 bathrooms, and a kitchen which is furnished even with food!

When we returned to Rome a few nights later, we stayed in their Leonardi daVinci rooms and they were very plush......everything was brand new. The rooms were outstanding. We had our own butler in the morning who served a delightful breakfast (best pastries that we had in Rome) on the garden patio.

If you only speak English, ask to speak with Dennis.

We'd highly recommend the Navona Garden Suites!!

You are within walking distance to the Vatican and there are many shops and restaurants outside your door; however,it is quiet and easy to sleep. Great air conditioning!!

TripAdvisor Reviews Navona Garden Suites Rome

5.00 of 5 stars Outstanding
 

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