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Hotel Santa Maria has beautiful grounds and a gem of a find in the Trastevere neighborhood. The breakfast was great and included. It has a game room and the nicest staff!! The rooms are so adorable and clean.
This hotel was *fabulous*. I absolutely loved it. I stayed in January 2018, and it couldn't have been better. Trastevere is a wonderful neighborhood and just a short walk from all of the sights in Rome (Pantheon, Vatican City, the Colosseum, and so on). It...More
The taxi driver had heard of the hotel, but the roads were so narrow he got out of the car and walked around to find it and make sure the BMW station wagon would fit. Streets are very old and narrow more suited for horses...More
We started our Italy tour at Hotel Santa Maria, Rome and what a memorable first impression! A very comfortable stay for our family of four. Great location near the always “happening” Santa Maria Square. A special thanks to all the staff for their warmth... a...More
We just ended an epic family trip in Rome and stayed at Hotel Santa Maria. Our family of 4 booked a suite, which was very comfortably arranged, attractive and clean. The property is charming and feels like a little village tucked into a big city....More
The Hotel Santa Maria is an Hotel de Charme located in a 16th century cloister completely renovated in the year 2000 maintaining the flavour of the original construction. It makes a very pleasant base in a ...Moreromantic and relaxing ambience. The hotel is located in an historical area of central Rome in the heart of one of the most ancient and characteristic neighbourhoods of the city, Trastevere. Our guests can easily walk from the Hotel to the historical and archaeological beauties of the city. It is also possible to drive to the hotel with the parking available at the private Garage next to the Hotel. The Hotel rooms, connected by a monastic portico, face onto an ample and silent garden of orange-trees, flowers and Mediterranean plants, or onto our rooftop garden, framed by evergreen vines... perfect settings to enjoy your breakfast in the warm and sunny roman days , or just for relaxing after a day of sightseeing The Hotel has a number of bicycles should you wish to cycle through the alleys of ancient Rome. The Hotel is Internet connected by secured Wireless Lan. You can comfortably use your PC where you like: at the lounge Bar, in the garden or in your room. If you are travelling without your PC, a computer with free Internet connection is at your disposal in the Living Room. You can relax in the romantic atmosphere of our bar or our garden with a glass of excellent wine, chosen from the selection of refined Italian wines stocked in our Cellar (from Vermentino di Gallura to Brunello di Montalcino), before you venture out into the narrow streets of Trastevere in search of a good trattoria or restaurant. After site-seeing in the ' Eternal City ' , our rooftop garden, framed by evergreen vines, with lounge chairs facing the sun, awaits you for relaxation in an ambience of refined comfort. You may refer to our Staff regarding any problems, desires, or needs you may have. Tiziana, Arianna, Chiara, Paola, Malina, Pasquale and Alessandro will always be ready and available to assist you to the best of their ability. Their responses will be accompanied voluntarily by a friendly smile. Kind guest, you will be our welcome friend! Less
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Trastevere ("beyond the Tiber") is like a faded postcard, a little worn around the edges but still charming. With its wide-open piazzas, meandering streets, weathered Renaissance buildings, and overgrown personality, it's become an irresistible mecca for visitors. Trastevere is an enclave of entertainment - a rotating set of street performers entertains almost every night, and unforgettable
eateries and bars pepper its piazzas and side streets. For a trip to the past, visit the southern and western flanks of Trastevere for pockets of yesteryear, less traversed areas with a residual 1960s and 70s Roman vibe.