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... and gateway entrance to Campo dei Fiori. I wander through the Jewish Ghetto area and around the Porto d'Octavia from ancient Rome.
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The day started at our usual breakfast spot. We've found this cafe very close to our apartment which is very quaint, frequented by locals and quite cheap too. So we decided to stay loyal and enjoy their cafe latte, cornetto (Italian for croissants) and ciambello (a cross between a doughnut and a tea cake) that Nissa is quite fond of. You see Italians have a sweet tooth for brekkie. Typical breakfast is that, caffe latte or cuppuccino and a sweet ...
... and it has been insisted that there be no photographs due to copyright. I was quite taken by Saint Peter's Basillica, mostly due to its grand scale and tremendous decoration. I surprised myself when I was keen to grab a shot of a man of the cloth (in the hot pink and black) just outside the Basillica, like he was some kind of celebrity! I've no idea what overcame me! Shamefully, the heathen that I am surfaced shortly before the end of the tour. There was a large statue of two ...
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Historical Traveler Reviews Dei Mellini Hotel Rome
Great hotel;great city
This hotel was a big oart of a great trip to Rome. It is in a quiet area, yet a short walk to all the sights. Service from bellhops, to front desk, to room service was terrific. Great advise on restaurants;and the breakfast buffet was very good. We'd do this hotel again
A memorable time
We had a superb time in Rome. The Hotel looked after us well. All the more so for one of our party had special needs and the Hotel excelled themselves in making every provision.
No restaurant facilities other than for breakfast - which was more than adequate.
I would say it is in the business side of the city - but easy walking soon got us into the centre.
We really enjoyed our four day stay in March 2004. Loved the relaxing atmosphere, the impeccable service, especially from the bar tender, and the extra little touches which made our stay there special. Our room on the top floor was spacious, spotless and very comfortable. Perfectly located on a quiet street within easy reach of the sights.
My family and I just returned from 8 glorious days in Rome where we stayed at the Dei Mellini. I can't say enough of our experience at the hotel. The rooms are beautiful, spacious( we had the deluxe double rooms) with well appointed modern bathrooms( great water pressure!).
We stayed for several days at the end of August and are very happy that we chose this hotel. Staff were really nice, kind and attentive. Rooms are elegant and comfortable, bathroom very well equipped (a bit on the small side though). We stayed first for 2 nights and room was ok, then went away and came back for 4 more nights and then we were given a much larger room, really spacious and comfortable, with a king size bed.
My wife and I stayed at this Hotel in July 2003, and I have to say that this was the most pleasant hotel experience I have ever had. Most hotels greet you by swiping your credit card and mindlessly asking "how was your stay?" while quickly checking you out. Hotel Dei Mellini enhanced our time in Rome with their high level of SERVICE.
On our arrival, my partner was ill and required a hotel doctor.
Unfortunately, he had to stay in bed for first 3 days. Hotel could not have been more helpful in rearranging our trip details, extending our stay at a special rate and helping in any way possible. We even decided to return back to Rome near the end for another couple of days with them. Very nice, quiet small hotel in a great location. Well recommended.
Quiet, well placed hotel
Well placed hotel near the Vatican and within easy walking distance of the historic sights. Nice sized rooms and good bathrooms. Excellent bars and restaurants close by. Will definitely stay here again!
Nice hotel in good area but someone on the staff who had access to our room stole my wife's designer black pants. The hotel manager claims to have spoken to the maid who said she never saw them. They were hung neatly over a chair to remain wrinkle free when we left the room. Basically they said we were lying and they took no responsibility whatsoever. Typical Italian behavior if you ask me.
The hotel is a six story building with 80 rooms and has a well earned four star rating. My wife and I stayed in one of their 11 suites for 6 nights in Sept., 2002. It was a suite by European standards which means it had a small bedroom with 2 twin beds and TV as well as a sitting room with a small couch, TV, and table with 4 chairs. It also had one full bathroom with tub and shower and a second half bathroom. The hotel has no view rooms since it is located in a residential neighborhood and our room windows opened onto a small inner courtyard. The plus side of such a location is no street noise and indeed, the rooms are very quiet, something most 4 and 5 star hotels in Rome do not offer. Nice extras like robes, slippers, in-room minibar and room safe came with the suite. The hotel provides a very nice buffet breakfast each morning and a full bar is staffed and will deliver room service upon request. Hotel staff was all Italian yet fluent in English as well as being most accommodating and helpful. Fellow guests seemed to be Italian and European businessmen as well as a blend of upscale American tourists.