At a Glance
- simple accommodations for budget travelers
- good location in trendy Trastevere
- staff is very iffy
- street-side rooms are noisy
- some bathrooms need updating
On a quiet street in the very heart of medieval Trastevere, this basic but comfortable hotel is ideally located for getting to know Rome's most authentic neighborhood, a favorite of artists and bohemians for decades. Beamed ceilings add a rustic touch, and there's a marble terrace-garden with a classical fountain. Guest rooms, which have recently been renovated, have soft pastel walls, hardwood or tile floors, and paisley bedspreads. One room, No. 40, has its own private terrace.