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Before organized my trip I check your web site sometimes I'm scared about Hotels in Europe because I'm travelling alone but in this trip I found helpful staff specially the Manager Alessandro(busy man), clean rooms and I want to remark delicious breakfast, fantastic cappuccino and...More
The Trastevere House is in a wonderful location. Lots of excellent restaurants nearby (we never had a disappointing meal), a real neighbourhood feel, interesting little streets to explore, and surprisingly handy for getting to all of the usual tourist sights (either walking or taking the...More
There are *some* good things about what Trastavere House. The location is excellent - steps from a tram that will take you across the Tiber, and walking distance (though a good walk) to the Forum, etc. It was clean, and there was air conditioning.
My girlfriend and I visited rome for 5 days and stayed at this lovely Hotel. We had a room on the first floor with the window on the alley side and we liked it a lot. I must say that the room was small but...More
We stay 3 days in Rome was funny to find staff helpfull, our first experience in Rome was excellent.
The hotel was very clean and very quiet we stay in the first floor with nice view ancient house, the owner explain about the history of...More
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.