In fact you can reach the famous Piazza Navona just 125 metres away in a few minutes, and the Campo dei Fiori is only 175 metres away, with many shops, cafes and restaurants very close.
The hotel is housed in a beautiful old palace in Piazza San Pantaleo. It has served as a hotel for over 40 years and has been continually renovated and not to mention extended as the family have continued to acquire extra properties adjacent. Therefore, there are now a total of 21 rooms, which are distributed respectively over the 5 floors and there are four rooms in an annex called Dependance della Cancelleria just on the opposite side of the street.
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The hotel is owned by Signora Sena, who has help with the daily operations from his granddaughter Michele. There is access to the property via its grand entrance where there is a lift. The reception is located on the first floor, and this is also where breakfast is served (two rolls, toast, butter, jam, coffee and tea). The hotel is next to Corso Vittorio Emanuele, and there are bus stops right outside the door. The very central location means that some traffic noise is to be expected, even if all the windows have double glazing.
Primavera (the name means spring), has a good atmosphere, and both hallways and rooms are nicely decorated. We will however mention, that the craftsmen used an incorrect ratio of sealant during the renovation of the fifth floor, which resulted in a number of cracks in the walls. This fault has no safety significance and is only cosmetic in nature.
Four of the rooms have a bathroom in the hallway, and therefore are at a reduced price. All rooms have a telephone, satellite TV, air conditioning (extra charge), and there are no bunk beds. The rooms that don't have a private bath with a shower and toilet, on the other hand have a small sink, and the bathrooms in the corridor is in good condition.
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