The Orti di Trastevere b&b is an apartment at the 4th floor of a first ’900 building, situated on the very central Viale Trastevere, 10 minutes walking far from the historical center.
It's furnished with ancient pieces and very nice and valuable paintings and antiques.
Just beside the b&b there’s the Tram 8 stop, that allows to get to Piazza Navona, Campo de’ Fiori and the heart of the historical center in 5 minutes (if you prefer not to walk).
We have and we offer to our guests three rooms, one with private bathroom (Papavero, in this ad) and two (Tulipano and Rosa) sharing the other bathroom. All rooms with a/c, tv and wi-fi. In every room you can have a third bed.
The breakfast is composed with milk, coffee (espresso or long coffee), tea, yoghurt, seasonal fruit, cornflakes, cereals, fruit juice, butter, bread for toasting and you can have it in the breakfast room by 10.30 am.
In any moment, we offer our availability and our sense of friendship for any need you may have during your stay.
Do not miss any Sunday morning, the famous and typical flea market of Porta Portese.
Being in Trastevere means to be in the heart of Rome, in every sense.
Hope to meet you soon :)
Hope to meet you soon!
Check-in time has to be set before the arrival via email. Check-in is guaranteed at 14.00. Check-out time by 11.00.
For check-in later than 22.30 a fee of 15 euro could be applied.
Breakfast time is by 10.00 and we ask to leave the common spaces by 11.00, in order to permit a good cleaning service.
The towel's change is every third day, sheets every 7 days.
i'm Maurizio and i manage the b&b Orti di Trastevere since 2005 with my brother Edoardo.
When I travel with my family, my choice is b&b all the time, searching for warm and clean places and for a local living experience.
We love Rome and we're always ready to share our knowledge about nice places and hidden pearls with our guests.
I'm married and now I live closeby, whilst my brother still lives in the aparment where we manage our small b&b.
We like to meet people from all over the world, to know different cultures, sharing ideas or simple talking. We're happy to have joined this nice community and we look forward to meet nice people.
Hope to hear from you soon :)
Maurizio (and Edoardo)