This "urban B&B" is run by people who love Rome and want to make sure you do, too—the staff will happily act as your personal travel planner, helping you map out your destinations, plan day trips, choose restaurants, and organize transportation. Inspired by Baroque artist Gianlorenzo Bernini's exquisite Apollo and Daphne sculpture at the Borghese Gallery, the inn offers an intimate lodging experience with elegantly designed and surprisingly spacious rooms, comfortable beds, and fresh fruit and pastries with your morning coffee. There's a lovely reading room, lending library and MacBook computers for guests. A cell phone is even provided for you to use during your stay in Rome (though you have to pay for the calls). There's a sister location, Daphne Trevi, just around the corner, which has recently renovated bathrooms and a lovely breakfast terrace that will open in 2015.
Jul 22, 2009
Lovely B&B with extremely attentive and helpful staff. As a first time, solo traveler to Rome, they were more than willing to help, guide me to the best places, and make arrangements. The hotel is small but charming with a lovely breakfast area and small sitting room with a computer for guest use. Clean, centrally located, and delightful!