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Perfect Rome location - stay where Pope Francis did

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I noticed that Pope Francis had stayed in this residence, Domus Internationalis Paulus VI, during the conclave, and it turns out it's available for regular guests too:

Bed and breakfast for a single room is 60 Euros per night.

The location at Via della Scrofa, 70 is just about perfectly central.

I don't see anything about a curfew, but it's possible.

I don't recall any reviews from anyone who's stayed here in Rome; I wonder if any Fodors readers have. I'd definitely consider it from a convenience and price point of view. I couldn't find any online reviews.

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