Rome, Italy – Albergo Cesari

Albergo Cesari – Rome, Italy


The location is EXCELLENT!! Walking distance to most everything. A block away from the Via Del Corso with great shopping and a minute or so walk to the Pantheon and Piazza del Rotunda which we loved (had our favorite gelateria – Le Cremeria!)We stayed in the quad room. It is a very large room with a double (2 twins put together) bed and then 2 separated twins on either side. There is a desk and a large armoire. The bathroom is also quite large, so if you are looking for a quad room this is a very nice size.
The breakfast room is a bit small as others have mentioned but we only had to wait one morning and that was for a short time. There are a lot of travelers here from England, Germany and France so we felt like we were in an international cafe in the morning. Also, a lot of business people.
The staff was always very helpful making dinner reservations, giving directions, etc. There is also a computer in the lobby with free internet access which comes in handy. We would definitely stay there again!

Please Note: we stayed here again in June 2006, and shortly after we left the hotel did a major remodel. Putting individually controlled air conditioning in each room and making a rooftop terrace where breakfast is served in nice weather.

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4 responses to “Favorite restaurants in Sorrento (Inn Bufalito and Il Buco)”

  1. Judy Barr says:

    Exquisite photography and cuisine!

  2. jade says:

    Great review and love your photos from Il Buco. Definitely will be trying there when I return to Sorrento! Wrote a similar review about Inn Bufalito over on my blog. Didn’t see the ricotta on the menu when I was there, but just an excellent reason to return!! http://www.jadescapades.com/inn-bufalito/

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