Holiday Inn Rome-Pisana

Address: Via della Pisana 374, Rome, Lazio, 00163, Italy | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel, located in the Trastevere/Aventine area of Rome, is near Salotto 42, Villa Doria Pamphilj, Villa Sciarra, and Museo Garibaldino e Museo della Divisione Partigiana.
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      Historical Traveler Reviews Holiday Inn Rome-Pisana

      All in all ok

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      We stayed 1 week at the Pisana Palace. The hotel caters mainly for groups-didn't really bother us as we got a good price-Euro 50,00 double B/B. The rooms are very small, even by european standards.It is within ease of access to Rome by bus( bus stop across the street) and is only Euro 0,77.Breakfast was excellent.Staff at reception: some were not very helpful when we need to change money or for information about the city. On departure when we handed in our key nobody said goodbye or thanks for staying.All in all, the hotel was ok but not exciting.

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      3.50 of 5 stars Very Good
       

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