Location, location, location: at this delightful place tucked away down one of Old Rome's quaintest alleys near the Trevi Fountain, the smallish rooms are bright and clean, and you can eat marvelous pasta at the arborlike roof-garden restaurant as you peer at the city below. A few of the larger rooms have antique furniture and wooden ceilings with massive beams. Breakfast is served on the roof-garden terrace, where you can marvel at the city skyline.
Oct 28, 2002
We stayed at Trevi in September & found it the perfect charming little hotel. We actually were upgraded to a suite a couple blocks from the hotel, which made us feel like residents instead of tourists. The staff was helpful and in a city of outrageous rates for hotels this was very reasonable ($165 including breakfast). It was also in a perfect location for exploring almost all of Rome by foot or bus. I am very picky and really liked this little