Review written by John
from United Kingdom
who wrote this post on 04/13/2012
This guest spent his holiday in bed and breakfast in Rome at Quodlibet on: 4/2012
Our stay at Quodlibet lived up to our high expectations. We were greeted by Gianluca who very patiently went through introductions about breakfast, security of keys etc. He then went on to explain to us as previous visitors to Rome that we could see all the sights on foot or use the metro which is only a very small distance away from the B&B. Having breakfast in our room was a nice touch. The room was comfortable and the ensuite facilities were excellent
Recommendations for meals out were very helpful and Plazza Navonne was the area we headed to each evening.It had a wonderful atmosphere and reminded us more of Nice than the centre of Rome. We couldn't believe how cheap it was to eat out - bruschetta x2, spaghetti carbonara x 2, 1 litre of house red and a bottle of still water under 30 euros. Certainly much cheaper than eating elsewhere in Rome and other European capitals - I think the Italians realise prices must be modest to attract visitors on a budget!
Recommendations re taxi from airport which was prearranged was helpful if not a little expensive at 47 euros each way. When we return to Quodlibet, and we will, we will use metro to Termini directly to Terminal 3 at Fiumincino.