Review written by Dicksond
from United States
who wrote this post on 02/14/2013
This guest spent his holiday in bed and breakfast in Rome at Quodlibet on: 1/2013
Convenient, charming and helpful. Quodlibet is two apartments on either side of the stairs on the top of an apartment building steps away from the Ottaviano subway stop, as well as a tram and bus stop, and just a little further from St. Peters. Each apartment has been broken up into 3 or 4 guest rooms, along with a shared kitchen and a breakfast room in one. Breakfast may be eaten in your own room, or the breakfast room.
Our room was spacious, bright, and very comfortable, the price quite reasonable, the breakfast satisfying and our hosts very helpful. I tend to like to explore on my own, but breakfast conversation often went to what I had planned for the day and on more than one occasion they contributed an idea that either allowed me to see something nearby that I really should not miss, or to do things more efficiently. I was grateful for their input.
We were also very happy with the choice of restaurants in the area, the 24 hour bakery next store and the whole experience. Quodlibet probably deserves a 10, but I am not one to give 10s...