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A great location. Step outside and catch the number 8 tram into the centre of Rome or the number 3 tram to the colleseum. Walking distance into Centro but so much to see in the Trastevere area. You will be spoilt for choices of restaurants or just wander the streets and explore historical sights, churches, shops etc. Very good wifi - one of the best in our 5 weeks in touring Italy. Comfortable beds and good air conditioned rooms to rest during the heat of the day before setting off again for the evening stroll and dinner. Great hosts who go out of their way to be accommodating. Thank you. Will come back here again if and when the opportunity arises.
This type of lodging is very common in Rome and Italy in general so if your looking for big hotel with big lobby,baggage handling, and full service restaurant this is not it although Fabio will help you with your bag if needed. If your looking to go on holiday to Rome and stay with hosts that treat you like family, stay in a well appointed bedroom with private bath, and have an experience of a lifetime then I’d go here. Great location (tram right in front of property), great neighborhood and very authentic, Outstanding hosts. Seven or so rooms on the second floor of an appatment build in the heart of Trastevere and some with private balconies. Rooms are located around a small reception/breakfast area. Fabio and wife Ximena are gold. Fabio if you read this review my vacation Farmhouse is completely restored and waiting for your visit. I’ll pick you up in Chicago any time. Brian and Cindy from Indiana. Remember? Now would you offer a complimentary stay to your lodging hosts from past trips? Can’t say enough good things about my experience at Trastevere Rooms. You won’t be disappointed
Stayed here for 4 nights to explore the city of Rome. The place was easy enough to find as we put it into Google Maps. Its right across from the tram stop which is handy. Our train was delayed but I was able to contact Fabio through whatsapp and let him know. Fabio gave us a warm welcome, he says he has very little english but we knew exactly what he was saying. Gave us thorough information about what to see and what to do in Rome and gave us peace of mind that Trastevere was safe at night. he told us about the market by the river thats on only at night time and we loved this, there was so much restaurants and bars to choose from along with activities. our room was clean and spacious and so was the bathroom. we had a balcony which was nice as well. breakfast every morning consisted of cornflakes, yoghurts, pastries, coffee and juices. we were able to use the kitchen facilities at night when Fabio wasnt there.
Our two couple family stayed here for one week with the hosts Fabio & his wife. They were excellent with their knowledge of Rome, and very helpful at suggesting activities to do, and places to visit. Having researched the apartment on Google maps, we were able to locate the entrance under an arch between a "cake shop" & a "pizza café", at 108 Viale de Trastevere. From arriving at Fiumicino Airport we travelled by local train FR2 Line from the airport station to Trastevere Station, then took the No3 tram from the station courtyard 3 stops to just outside of the apartment block. There is a lift in the building, useful when carrying suitcases to the apartment on the 1st floor. Fabio & his wife were there to greet us, showed us our two rooms (both en-suite), and explained everything that we needed to know. In the kitchen area there is a kettle, tea & coffee etc, so guests can help themselves whenever they want to. Breakfast is also served in this area (continental style), but there is a good variety, and plenty of it. On the day of our departure Fabio"s wife arranged a car to take 4 of us back to the airport, at a reasonable cost. Overall a great place to stay, handy for all public transport, only 10 minutes walk to the Trastevere "restaurant area, and the Tourist Information Kiosk. Would stay again.
We had a very quick stay, but very pleasant. Bed and bathroom are good and Fabio and his wife made us feel like home, tutto buona gente!! They truly made the difference in our stay, plus they speak portuguese and spanish, which helped us a lot.
We stayed here for four days after coming off an eleven day cruise. Although the location is situated away from the centre of Rome and requires a bus or a tram trip to get to the sights we thoroughly enjoyed our experience. Without a doubt Fabio and Ximena are the reason that Trastevere rooms is such a great place to stay. Absolutely nothing is too much trouble for them and they go out of their way to make your stay enjoyable. We wanted to get out of the city to a beach on our last day and Ximena researched the best beaches which were an option and then printed us off the train timetable. The location of the rooms on the first floor of a residential block may be a little off putting but the rooms were comfortable and clean with unlimited wifi. We loved starting our day with the breakfast which was a coffee and a croissant from the snack bar downstairs. All in all this was a great place to stay.
I stayed at Trastevere Rooms in June 2016, booking through Expendia and paying about $90 a night. The place is a little quirky; it is not a hotel in any traditional sense. It appears to have just a handful of rooms that are in (more or less) in a section of a residential apartment building. It is a little hard to find, as there is just a small sign. You need to go partway up a driveway into a courtyard, through a door, and then up the stairs to get to the "lobby." The lobby, in reality, is just a very small common area with a sink and a couple of chairs. The room itself was fine and clean, but nothing special. The hosts were VERY friendly; I can't say enough good things about them. They were always willing to talk, and the guy walked me to a nearby parking garage when we rented a car. They are not always (but usually) there, however, but available by text/WhatsApp messenger if needed. The location is great. It is right next to a tram stop, and you can walk everywhere you need to in about 20 minutes or so, including most major sites in Rome. Overall, the place is fine, if a little quirky. It will do just fine for Rome, particularly given its modest price point. I would stay there again, but also would probably first look to see if anything else caught my eye in the same neighborhood.
Funny layout. Have to walk downstairs to get to the stairs going. Lobby is beyond tiny. Service was just fair. However the room was very clean and comfortable. Breakfast was not very good. Might rate a 3 but the room was really nice.
The owner Fabio is a great guy who makes sure that you have a very pleasant stay. He gives you many tips for the city and pick you up from the AirPort Iff you want. We had a very good stay at this B&B in a very nice part of the city. Trastevere is the place To be, certainly at night cos there are many very good restaurants. Anita and Ger Holland
Our stay here was great. It was quiet and we had a nice balcony to overlook the street. Our hosts were incredibly nice, giving us a lot of tips and even connecting with us through what's app to answer any and every question that we had. They were lenient and gave us a late checkout as well as let us store our bags. The place in general was incredibly secure. The breakfast was simple, but enough to get you started for the morning, pretty much continental style. The location though, you can't really beat, especially if you like to stroll a bit. The #8 bus is right outside essentially across the street and takes you directly to the the heart of the City. Also, you can walk for about ten minutes and be among a number of restaurants, street vendors, etc, as well as the shops that open late at night. Be careful when you arrive to not go to the similarly named hotel on the street about 13 blocks away.
Located in Gianicolense, Trastevere Rooms is within a mile (2 km) of popular sights such as Campo de' Fiori and Roman Forum. The 5 rooms at this guesthouse include private yards and flat-screen TVs and guests can enjoy free breakfast. It's connected to a shopping center in central Rome and also close to Circus Maximus and Piazza Venezia.
Start your day off right with a free buffet breakfast.
The 5 rooms are individually decorated and have an array of amenities, including private yards, safes, and desks. Guests can expect free WiFi and flat-screen TVs. Beds sport premium bedding and bathrooms offer hair dryers and free toiletries.
Guests of Trastevere Rooms enjoy free WiFi in public areas, express check-in, and express check-out. There's free offsite parking, and a shuttle from the hotel to the airport (available 24 hours) for EUR 30 per vehicle. A multilingual staff is on hand to assist with securing valuables, concierge services, and luggage storage.