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|Distance to city centre||3.1 km|
|Nearest airport||Rome All airports|
|Distance to airport||2.9 km|
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Location was very good. It was easy to just walk down and catch a bus or a tram or even walk to the more touristy destinations. If you got lost the street was easy to find with the statue at the top. The hostess Serena was lovely and although she didn't spend time there, she was easily contactable via whatsapp. There were a couple of now resolved issues during our stay but these were solved very quickly and she even gave a bottle of wine for the inconvenience (which wasn't necessary at all because life happens). The room was clean and tidy and the area well kept. Breakfast was pretty good, a small basket was prepared in the room each day with specific items, each guest had a special shelf in the fridge with milk, juice etc. and could buy and store items there if needed. There were many restaurants close to this location so we were not forced to eat in the centre of the town. There was also a Laundromat quite close by on the street which came in handy.
A few minor things. The lock on the front door takes some getting used to. It was hot in September and the streets can get a bit noisy, but the AC was even noisier and not strong enough to be worth the noise it made. Maybe its an Italian thing but there was no shower gel provided which we were not aware of in advance but luckily had mini toiletries. I would recommend changing the sealant in the shower as this is a bit mouldy. It doesn't affect any place your body would touch, but it is a bit unsightly.
Neighborhood was vibrant, particularly in the evenings, and apartment was quiet. Very clean, and wonderfully helpful host (Sissi) gave nice advice and introduction when we arrived.
Would have been nice to use the stove and dishes to cook for ourselves. Screens for the windows would have been helpful to prevent mosquito bites too.
The location is just perfect! My friends and I, we had acces to all the important places walking. The place is exactly like you can see and it is cosy, nice and it has all you need for a city-break. Thank you B&B Trastevere!
place. TRASTEVERE IS GOOD. staff was also cheerful
electricity goes out when the hair dryer is on. bathroom has a leakage so the water goes into the room. air conditioner works but does not cool the room enough.
The main advantage of this guesthouse is it's location. Trastevere is a nice place to stay in Rome, to feel local vibes and to try Italian food in a small restaurants and osterias without tourists traps like it sometimes happens in the city center. There is also a good small local market right on the corner of the house, with reasonable prices and fresh fruits. I would definitely recommend to stay in this district and spend here some evenings! We lived in a room with private restroom. I liked the desing of the room and the idea with the room names. The bed was good, there was a strong wifi signal (but it was a quest to find a password for the router in our room), no TV in the entire guesthouse (this may be an issue for someone), we had some yogurts and juices every day in the common fridge in the kitchen, as well as different types of bread, grissini and coffee in the coffee maker. There was a portable A/C in the room, but it worked pretty noisy, so we almost didn't use it. We stayed in touch with the host via Whatsapp, she responded pretty quickly, gave some advice, but couple of issues were not solved during our stay.
The shower tray was getting filled with the water in couple minutes and water was draining very slowly. The drain was definitely clogged, I informed the host about this fact at the first day of our stay but nobody fixed this problem during the next 6 days! We were taking a shower staying in 2-4 cm of the water every time. I hope they will fix this problem, it does not look like a big deal! I also saw mold on the wall of shower cabin, this definitely should be fixed. The room had it's own wifi router, which is super great, BUT there was no information about the password, nobody knew it. We were advised to find the password in the room by ourself. Finally, I found it on the back side of the router - it was a preset (default) password on the vendor sticker, it worked. Another ridiculous fact is that there are a few boxes with tea bags in the kitchen, BUT no kettle at all! They suggest to use a microwave to heat the water for tea! I have never come across such a strange thing in any hotel or guesthouse, I was really surprised. Why not just buy one kettle for the entire guesthouse, it would have helped many guests! The general impression is that the guesthouse is not bad (mainly due to it's special location and some designer taste), but for some reason I felt that the price is a bit overpriced, because the expectations were not fully met. Paying this price, I expect to see clean and neat restroom and a kettle in the kitchen (or in the room), which is a basic level of service.
With a stay at Lost in Trastevere, you'll be centrally located in Rome, within a 10-minute drive of St. Peter's Basilica and Sistine Chapel. Featured amenities include express check-out, multilingual staff, and luggage storage. A roundtrip airport shuttle is provided for a surcharge (available 24 hours).
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- Good kitchenette
- Friendly atmosphere
- Good restaurants & bars in the area
- Clean hotel facilities
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FAQs when booking at Lost in Trastevere
Where is Lost in Trastevere located?
Lost in Trastevere is located at Via Luciano Manara 39 in Historical Center, 3.1 km from the centre of Rome. Isola Tiberina is the closest landmark to Lost in Trastevere.
When is check-in time and check-out time at Lost in Trastevere?
Check-in time is 14:00 and check-out time is 10:00 at Lost in Trastevere.
Does Lost in Trastevere offer free Wi-Fi?
Yes, Lost in Trastevere offers free Wi-Fi.
Does Lost in Trastevere offer free parking?
No, Lost in Trastevere does not offer free parking.
Does Lost in Trastevere offer free airport shuttle service?
No, Lost in Trastevere does not offer free airport shuttle service.
How far is Lost in Trastevere from the airport?
Lost in Trastevere is 14.4 km from Rome Ciampino.
Can you bring pets to Lost in Trastevere?
No, pets are not allowed at Lost in Trastevere.
Does Lost in Trastevere have a pool?
No, Lost in Trastevere does not have a pool on-site.
Most popular landmarks
- Isola Tiberina 0.9 km
- Campo de' Fiori 0.9 km
- Piazza Navona 1.3 km
- Pantheon 1.4 km
- Altare della Patria 1.5 km
- Foro Romano 1.5 km
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