We stayed just over 1 week in this beautiful home. It was very serene and charming. Our trip to Italy was the second leg of a wonderful European vacation and after staying at a few hotels, I found this B&B very relaxing and refreshing. The home owner and decorator, Luisa, certainly has put a lot of consideration and passion into decorating each room.
It was not an issue to come and go as we pleased (sometimes leaving very early in the morning for tours and other times getting in very late from a night out). Walking up the cobblestone streets and entering a home like a local was very unique. The area was quiet.
However, with a short walk around the corner--there are many great restaurant, shopping, and bar options. We received a few great recommendations from the inn's concierge, David. Two that come to mind are Ristorante Da Fabrizio and Dar Poeta (pizza). David even helped to arrange reservations (a must on weekends) for us. There was never a question he couldn't help answer or didn't offer to find out for us--very helpful.
Luisa recommended that we take a walk up to Gianicolo for an extraordinary sightseeing opportunity of all of Rome--only a 10 min. walk. She was also very friendly and knowledgeable about the area and giving suggestions.
When traveling, each day seems so jam packed because there is of course, so much to see. It was wonderful to start each morning with an amazing breakfast spread (breads, pastries, fresh fruit, coffee) that was prepared by a wonderful staff cook in the home.
It was a quick walk across the Tiber River and be in the heart of Rome and all of the historic sites. The driving in Rome is absolutely crazy--so being able to walk everywhere was great.
The only time we had to take a cab was to head to the train terminal, Termini (which is not a must, but if you don't have a lot of time to spare--a cab is a good idea).
We stayed in the orange room (I believe) on the 1st floor. Having a lot of luggage with us, it was a bit snug-but, certainly not tiny. We were also able to access wifi, which was convenient.
Overall, the trip was fabulous and only made better by a wonderful place to stay! I would recommend to anyone.
- Also Known As:
- Buonanotte Garibaldi Hotel
- Buonanotte Garibaldi Bed And Breakfast
- Buonanotte Garibaldi Hotel Rome
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Our B&B in an artist's Atelier created by the owner Luisa Longo, an artist who finds her perfect form of expression through colour. Preciously hand painted fabrics for sale decorate the entire guest house. A very special place in the heart of Trastevere. A charming guest house conceived as an atelier where art, design and fiber art blend together. The three Windows of the guest rooms, with all comforts, all look onto a beautiful patio. ... more less
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