Arco del Lauro

Via dell'Arco de Tolomei 29 / 27, Rome, 00153, Italy
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Excellent (4.5 out of 5.0) 2 reviews
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A Convenient, Affordable B&B in Trastevere

Best (5.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on February 21, 2009

We booked three rooms at Arco del Lauro through friendly email exchanges with the proprietor Lorenza. One for my husband and me, one for our daughters, and one for a friend with whom we were traveling. Breakfast is provided through vouchers at nearby cafes: cappucino and croissant. Daniela was on hand to assist us with arrangements if necessary. The beds were comfortable. Rooms were clean. Yogurt, juice and Lorenza's famous Limoncello were in the fridge for the taking. Free wireless made it easy for everyone to share our adventures with the folks back home. Lorenza arranged for a taxi service to/from the airport as well -- large enough for the 5 of us and our bags. It ended up costing about the same as public transit would have.

There are actually two buildings to the B&B. Lorenza thoughtfully arranged to give us extra keys for the second building, because our girls' room (and our friend's) was there.

I highly recommend Arco del Lauro

Unique Quality: The location is great, just steps away from the Tiber River. The Ghetto was a very short walk through Isola Tiberina. Viale Trastevere was less than 5 minutes away. We walked to all the major sites. The family loved the neighborhood. It's "Old Rome" -- cobblestone streets, narrow avenues, neighborhood markets and trattorias. Very cool.

Directions: Piazza in Pinscula, Trastevere

A lovely b&b which actually is a tiny hotel

Great (4.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on December 22, 2007

We stayed five nights in this very tiny hotel that likes to call it self a b&b. The owner is not there all the time but when she is and she and her staff are most helpful providing better information about Rome that most concierges. The rooms are impeccable, decorated in a minimalist way, bathrooms are small by\ut stylish and have all you might need. There is cablein each room , ceilings are very high since it is located in an old building. From the outside it looks very old but once inside it is charming.
In the front desk there is a phone for free local calls, and free internet 24 hours 7 days a week.Also two tiny fridges with free yogourt lemoncello and other goodies. Breakfast is served in a nearby cafe. It is simple Italian continental breakfast consisting of capuccino or tea and a croissant. However before going there you can have an orange juice from the tiny fridge.Excellent location in the heart of the Trastevere,

Unique Quality: No views. But what a location.
This is a place with ambiance and an extraordinary owner with a welcoming personality that makes a big difference.

Directions: Trastevere.

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Address: Via dell'Arco de Tolomei 29 / 27, Rome, 00153, Italy

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