Serena's bed and breakfast is a great place to stay if you want a great location, not far from the main landmarks, and in the heart of Trastevere. The room with private bathroom was clean and comfortable, the breakfast was good and Serena was a very nice and polite host who gave us a warm welcome and suggested interesting places to visit. If I ever come back, I will definitely choose to stay in Lost in Trastevere again.
My daughter and I stayed here for 4 nights recently. The rooms are basic but clean and the beds very comfortable. Sharing a bathroom was no problem and although all 4 rooms were fully occupied during our stay we were hardly aware of the other guests' presence. The breakfast provided was most acceptable. The best thing about Lost In Trastevere is its location. Trastevere is lovely with lots of character and many good places to eat and it is so easy to walk to other places from there. Drinks by the Tiber in the evening, walking distance to the Vatican, Coliseum, Trevi Fountain, Pantheon etc etc. We loved it!
This property is horribly misrepresented. This is a single family apartment with a few rooms inside, none of which has it's own bathroom. On booking sites they have falsely represented it as proper hotel rooms with bathrooms. There is no privacy. The walls are paper thin. The owner is extremely obnoxious and rude demanding that guests notify her far in advance of their arrival time, otherwise they deny you the ability to check in. This is the worst place I have ever stayed.
Rooms are nice and clean. One room “Le Grande Belleza” is a en-suite with own bathroom - the other 3 rooms are sharing a bathroom. Walking distance to tons of nice cafe’s and restaurants and pretty close to all must-sees in Rome👍 Highly recommended👌
This property is on the third floor of a street near restaurants and transportation in Trastevere. (There is no readily apparent sign, but checking the door of the building you will find a listing to seek to buzz in when you arrive.) There is an elevator. The rooms are clean and maintained. Their is air conditioning in the room, but could be a bit noisy for some people. There were three in our party and the size of the room was a bit of a nuisance in that the bed for the third person partially blocked the door to the bathroom or to the room itself, depending where it was shifted. The beds were generally comfortable. The shower was very good with good space for tall and larger people. Some rooms share a common bathroom in the hall. There is a community kitchen and each room has a shelf in the refrigerator that is stocked with juice, yogurt and milk. Cereal and commercial pastry are available, as well as coffee (make your own) and a pot to heat water for tea. The breakfast was a bit disappointing relative to other properties we have experienced, but adequate. The staff were friendly and helpful - the housekeeper was very good and friendly, but only spoke Italian. The cost is reasonable and might be considered mid-range to budget for a major city like Rome. If you want to be in a Rome neighborhood, not quite in the middle of tourists, this is a good property.…