Review written by Bigtuna
from United Kingdom
who wrote this post on 01/02/2014
This guest spent his holiday in bed and breakfast in Rome at Quodlibet on: 12/2013
We stayed here for a few days just before Christmas and I can honestly say it was the nicest, friendliest place I have ever stayed in when on holiday. Every little detail was taken into account which made the whole stay very pleasant and relaxing. Unfortunately we arrived late at night due to a problematic flight time and I felt this would be an issue but Gianluca was on hand to politely greet us at the car when we arrived. He spent a good half an hour carefully explaining all the most beautiful places to visit in Rome using a map he provided. Sadly I only know a few words in Italian, enough to make a fool of myself. Luckily Gianluca spoke great English and he was there if we needed to ask any questions. The breakfast was delivered promptly every morning as and when we requested it. It was absolutely sublime. Agostino was also very helpful and told me all about his passion for bicycles.
An added perk to staying in this lovely spot is the 24 hour bakery located a stone?s throw away from the front door. Let me just say you will be spoilt for choice. The metro station is literally 200 metres away as you turn right out of the front door and this connects to Roma Termini. Another advantage is the fact it is located around 15 minutes walking distance from the Vatican City, which we visited. I?m finding it very difficult to find anything negative to say about this place. All in all a top class, friendly place to stay in Rome.