69 Manin Street De Luxe Bed & Breakfast
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... checking in and organising ourselves, we head for the underground and catch the train to Westminster Station because we are going on the LONDON EYE the big ferries wheel, we stop at a pub, to have drinks and chips along the river before getting on the wheel. We were very excited and you have to hop on while the wheel is moving. You are in a big capsule the shape of a football only glass, but the floor is solid ( thank ...
... no luck finding the face, so we hailed a taxi and had him take us to our favorite gelato shop: Giolitti.
I had a fondente chocolate (dark) and nutella gelatto cone, and Amie had a fondente and caramel gelato cup. We of course had some limoncello as our digestive.
We walked back to the room, past the Trevi Fountain one last time. Flying back home in the morning. Thank you Europe for the good times! Until next time.
... in the work just moments before has become a lost art. The ceilings are so wonderfully adorned with paintings that have the perfect balance of shadow, texture and perspective that they fueled an argument between us as to whether they were really 3D. I lost. There was also a small section dedicated to Egyptian works including a mummy which was actually in better shape than most we saw in Cairo (plus this time we were allowed to take photos). Our favorites were Raphael's ...
... to Piazza Mattei to see the Fontana della Tartarughe (tortoise fountain) before turning into via dei Delfini to see the building Tara and I stayed in, close by Piazza Margana.
Xander had reached his limit, so we backtracked to Largo Torre di Argentina to take a taxi back to the apartment, where we reheated our leftover pizza for dinner. After dinner and a rest, we set out for a walk along viale di Trastevere, before dessert at the cafe and home ...
... sign. But it quickly fills up as we are entertained by the owner and wait staff: “You don’t need the menu – it’s in Italian anyway - and I know what’s best for you tonight”. So we ‘trust the chef’ and enjoy a sumptuous meal including mussels, pasta, fish and calamari washed down with a delicious Pinot Grigio. At an adjacent table six Romans are sharing a huge salt baked cod. The waiter covers the fish ...
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Historical Traveler Reviews 69 Manin Street De Luxe Bed & Breakfast Rome
Good Impression Made. Superb Bathroom.
We stayed here for 5 nights, we enjoyed our stay.
Good location, couldn't be better and good view from room. Room was clean and tidy and bathroom was superb. Could have done with a couple of extra bath towel each day, but never mind. Reccomend 69 Manin Street De Luxe B&B to friends and family. Gianni + partener were very pleasant, as was housekeeper. Good impression made.We will hope to come and visit again 69 Manin Street De Luxe B&B.
Excellent B&B. we spend more than a week there during our trip in Europe. Of all the B&B we visited in London, Paris and Florence this was the best.
Very nice place to stay
It's one of the more beautifull b&b I have ever been.
Room were quiet and clean, staff was very very kind and all service, conforts and facilities was on top.
Compiments for the fresh croissants served every morning at breakfast.
I suggest this place to every body.
Exellent ratio quality/price and suberb location!
I have reserved by agency a room at 69 manin street Hotel 5 stars to stay in Rome. The high level of service that they purport to provide in their website reader's comments was nonexistent. 69maninstreet is not a Hotel..is a number of small rooms. This an over rated with arrogant staff. It appears quaint but it is uncomfortable. Bathrooms are situated a distance from the bed which does not allow for privacy. The street where B&B is located was extremely noisy and has the metallic bus running from 4:00 a.m.
After having made reservations at 58 Via Cavour six months earlier, the staff emailed me shortly before departure from the US indicating that our reserved room would be at their sister hotel, 69 Manin Street. We were told that the two b&b's occupy an adjoining location. I wasnt bothered by the change since both b&b's seemed to be rated similarly.
The room and toilet were clean and it is close to Termini Station. However the owners do not stay on the premises and they only come on your arrival to give you all the necessary keys for entrance and instructions, so it's frustrating as your needs arise that there is no on site staff available. We stayed in room 5 which was a triple room but there were only 2 of us and it would be cramped for three adults. We had requested a QUIET room but got a room that faced the street that was extremely noisy and has the streetcars running from 5:00 a.m. until 2:00 a.m. directly in front sometimes even making the room vibrate, lots of traffic, dogs barking, 2 hotels across the street that have outdoor cafes that also provide a loud atmosphere. I checked to see if it was possible to change rooms but unfortunately it's a small bed and breakfast and that was not possible. Breakfast consists of donuts or croissants with a key to operate the coffee machine and is only available after 8:30 until around 9:00a.m.. Two out of four mornings at 9:15 there was nothing available for us to eat and no one around to query. This place is located in a building on the 3RD floor with several other tenants living there as well, which accounts for the dogs barking, people yelling etc. Small elevator does not always work and you can only get 1 adult with 1 large suitcase in it at one time. The entrance foyer is also very dirty and dimly lite. The refrigerator is a mini bar so there is no space for your own personal items. The description of this accomodation is very misleading. Air conditioning is turned off by cleaning staff when you are absent so it's extremely hot when you return and it does take awhile before it cools down again. No phone in our room and no one available to ask, same thing when looking for an iron, also not provided within your room. We paid 130 euros per night so I didn't think it would be quite this bad.