Can't say enough good things about this hotel. Location is great, hotel and grounds beautiful, staff delightful. Rooms are spotless and breakfast lovely. All our party agreed that this is the best hotel we have ever stayed in. Full of character and a quiet oasis in a vibrant and interesting area .
"Lovely setting and helpful staff - great location "
Gorgeous hotel and in a great location. It had a beautiful courtyard garden for sunny alfresco breakfasts. Staff very friendly and helpful - rooms cleaned well and fresh towels every day. Great restaurants nearby and easy access to central Rome
We stayed in room 3 for a week in October. The room was spacious and spotlessly clean throughout our stay. Continental was self-service and enough choice for us. Emmanuel was fantastic, we could not have asked for more from him - he made us feel very welcome and was very helpful and friendly. Location wise, perfect for us to explore every part of Rome - we could walk to the Vatican in approx 25 minutes and liked being away from the bustle of Trevi/Pantheon areas. Best place to be too for the restaurants and evening atmosphere of Trastevere.
When/if we return to Rome we will definitely return to Little rHome suites, and would not hesitate to recommended it to friends and family.
Went with the GF for our birthdays which is on the same day and stayed a week.
Got an executive double which was on the 7th floor and had a beautiful view of Rome.
Tram stop was outside hotel and only 7 stops (10 mins) into centre of Rome and cost 24euro for weekly pass.
GF ordered a sneaky bottle of prosecco with a note for me which the hotel staff had waiting for us on arrival (was a nice touch).
Had an evening in the moon SPA one night which was beautiful and they offer last minute deal prices on the spa which ranges from $60 to $120 depending on time of day.
Staff were really nice and explained everything to us perfectly. We visited everything. Colosseum and Vatican were amazing!!!
There was a pretty little roof garden to relax on and get cocktails in the evening which finishes serving at 12.30 but they will bring down pizza to your room whenever you want!
GF cried on last day when we were leaving and refused to leave the hotel. Had to beat her.
All in all had an extremely memorable holiday. Went for 7 days but had to have a relaxation day in the middle as we did a lot of walking, eating and drinking. Well worth it and would come again :D
It was nice hotel with spacious rooms. Location of the hotel is a plus point as there are restaurants near by and also a taxi stand just 500 meters away. Staff were very helpful. I just have a complain with the vending machine it sometimes doesn't work and the cups for tea and coffee are small. They should include few more items for breakfast and should also provide electric kettle in the rooms. But at the end of the day it is a value for money hotel. Would surely recommend others.
A Trastevere da M.E., conveniently located in the heart of the Trastevere neighborhood, went far beyond our expectations. Not only was the location ideal if you're a foodie and looking to enjoy some of the most authentic Roman restaurants in the city, but the staff also went out of their way to make our stay as enjoyable as possible. Special thanks in particular to Michaela, who was able to accommodate an additional night's stay for us at Trastevere da M.E. after our return flight to the U.S. was cancelled. This certainly made things much easier for us in light of what was a very stressful situation--Michaela, grazie mille di nuovo dell'ottima accoglienza ricevuta durante il nostro soggiorno! Further, the rooms were generously spacious with modern and recently renovated bathrooms, and the beds were very comfortable. In sum, an excellent hotel with my highest recommendation--if I could give it a higher rating, I would in a heartbeat! I very much look forward to my next stay at A Trastevere da M.E.
Across the River Tiber, Trastevere is a well-established 'boho chic' quarter, full of local character. The patchwork of tiny, cobbled streets houses many bars, good restaurants and buzzing nightlife spots. There is also a treasure trove of medieval churches. In its own piazza, the beautiful Santa Maria in Trastevere has shimmering golden mosaics and was probably Rome's first Christian basilica, founded in 222 AD.