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Navona: Hotel Due Torri

Vicolo del Leonetto, 23, Phone: 06.68806956

Reviewed by: FB-Bear from VA, review #2448

When: September 2008

Great Location

We stayed at the Hotel Due Torri for 2 nights. It is in the middle of the historic district and within walking distance of many restaurants and historic sites.

We walked to all the main tourist spots: Vatican (15 min.), Piazza Navona (5 min.), Pantheon (10 min.), Forum & Coliseum (30 min.), Piazza di Spagna (20 min.)

The room was small but clean. The bathroom was small but adequate and clean. We had a room on the 5th floor with a terrace and view of the rooftops. The elevator stops at the 4th floor. Easy walk up to the 5th floor. The breakfast was nice and the staff were very helpful.

Reviewed by: steven from USA, review #509

When: March 2004

A nice place to stay in the heart of the city center. {3 stars}

The 3-star Hotel Due Torri, just a stone’s throw from the Tiber and a quick five minute walk to the Pantheon, is superbly located in fact to just about everything in the city center.

The price was 185 euros a night. The room we had was quite small and tight – particularly considering we arrived with so much additional baggage the result of Rosa and Vito loading us down with goodies, but it had a wonderful, spacious balcony and if the weather had cooperated more we might have actually gotten to use it. (Note that there is a cover apparently for the balcony in the summertime.)

The bed was large and well appointed for those of us who like reading before sleep. It appeared that the heat and a/c (?) were centrally located. The bathroom was very small, though, and the one singular problem - although the shower worked like a charm and there were heated towel racks.

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