Finding an ideal family-friendly hotel in Rome does not have to be difficult. Welcome to Casa La Salle - Casa per Ferie, a nice option for travellers like you.
Rooms at Casa La Salle Hotel provide air conditioning and a mosquito net, and guests can stay connected with free wifi.
In addition, while staying at Casa La Salle Hotel guests have access to 24 hour front desk, a concierge, and baggage storage. You can also enjoy free breakfast. Need a place to park? Free parking is available at Casa La Salle Hotel.
While staying at Casa La Salle - Casa per Ferie, visitors can check out Eternal City Tours (1.9 mi) and Museo Nazionale di Castel Sant'Angelo (2.2 mi), some of Rome's top attractions.
During your visit, be sure to check out one of Rome's popular tapas restaurants such as Cul de Sac, PanDivino - Street Food, and Makasar Bistrot, all a short distance from Casa La Salle Hotel.
Looking to explore? Then look no further than Quirinale Palace (Palazzo del Quirinale), Palazzo di Giustizia, and Palazzo di Montecitorio - Sede della Camera dei Deputati, which are some popular Rome government buildings – all conveniently located a short distance from the hotel.
Casa La Salle - Casa per Ferie puts the best of Rome at your fingertips, making your stay both relaxing and enjoyable.
My review title says it all. We stayed for almost a week, actually our second stay in Casa La Salle and we were again quite satisfied with our stay for the price we paid. The hotel is basic but clean, comfortable and with a well stocked toilet & bath. It’s inside the compound of a religious order thus green and tranquil. Our room looked out into the garden below. The staff are friendly, efficient and professional. The free buffet breakfast was very filling with so many choices that you can make do with a small snack lunch later. The set dinner, 3-course with wine, is fairly priced and convenient especially if you come in very tired from a long day of touring. It’s in a convenient neighbourhood with a nearby shopping center and a large supermarket. Restaurants with all price ranges from a US burger chain, local take-outs and dine-in Italian restos like Gustosando that was quite delicious. Being outside the city core, of course the food prices are much lower too. The hotel is a 10-minute brisk walk to the Cornelia Metro A Station that connects you to all of Rome and the buses that will bring your directly to St. Peter’s Square, Vatican Museum and Piazza Venezia. Some minor possible issues - no TV (but I didn’t visit Rome to watch TV), no fridge, moderate internet signal (I use my personal WiFi for serious work) and sole elevator for two guest floors (we use the stairs). Recommended for budget conscious travellers with high energy.…
Tranquil ambiance, nice sightseeing, very green, very fresh breathing early morning, clean room,good room supplies, delicious breakfast with variety items, excellent customer service specially Mr. Luca from Reception
24 hour reception with courteous and helpful staff. Rooms are clean and well looked after. Bathrooms have plenty of hot water and amenities are very good. Although rooms are basic Breakfast is very good and their is the opportunity to get lunch or an evening meal at a very good price. Food was plentiful and very tasty. Gardens around the building s are very peaceful and restful. Metro stop for Linea B is 8 minutes away. Great location, restful and peaceful......
We were on a two night stay in Rome complained the first night that the water was cold we had to complain on our second night also no hot water No showers at all Simply not acceptable a problem with the pump the manager said they were delivering water at 30 degrees well below the 65 degrees recommended by the HSE health and safety requirements for legionaries disease at 62 deg C !! We ended up unwashed on our stay in Rome !!
Two nights running cold water which meant couldn’t shower... the 1st night we complained they shrugged their shoulders and we assumed it would be corrected the next day! Nope not a chance and when we rang down to say yet again we couldn’t shower they put the phone down! The water isn’t even warm enough to protect against Legionella! Rooms extremely basic and extremely cold... the radiator default is protect from frost.. this cheap and nasty attitude is shameful and the staff are shameless! I strongly suspect all the glowing reviews on here are from their church mates who stay here as it’s clearly church run, which explains their stingyness and it’s clearly an old convent or priest boarding house... never in a million years will this be a hotel!