Trastevere Hotels – An Easy Guide to the Best Trastevere Accommodation

Are you looking for the best hotels in Trastevere to ensure a comfortable holiday close to all Rome’s main landmarks and with an exciting nightlife easy to reach? You’ve landed in the right place. We have found and reviewed the top Trastevere accommodation to make things easy for you.

The neighborhood of Trastevere is quite large so you will be able to find accommodation options that suit every budget. The tourist heart of the quarter is the maze of narrow alleys spreading from Santa Maria in Trastevere Basilica but on the other side of Viale Trastevere or the streets towards the station and Monteverde district, there are also inns and guesthouses you can check out: you will be less close to the busy area and in more tranquil surroundings.

With our guide, we hope you will find what are the best Trastevere hotels to suit every budget and whether this is the right area for you.

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Best Hotels in Trastevere – An easy guide

High-end Trastevere hotels

Villa Agrippina Gran Meliá Hotel in Trastevere

The charming Villa Agrippina Gran Meliá is in the Janiculum Hill between Trastevere and Vatican City and is regarded as one of the best five-star hotels in Rome and definitely one of the favorite Trastevere hotels.

The rooms of this Trastevere hotel are very elegant featuring design furniture and classic artwork. All of them include an iPod docking station, LCD TV, and a luxury bathroom with

The average rate for a double room per night is between €619 and €809 depending on the type of room with breakfast included or between €569 and €759 without breakfast. The hotel has different types of rooms, Deluxe, Premium, Premium with city view, and Grand Premium.

For some extra luxury, you can also book a Premium room with spa access or one of the large suites with spa access, for which the fares range from €969 to €3569 and €4569 respectively for the Eternal City Suite and the Emperor Master Suite, both with spa access.

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Villa Della Fonte

One-of-a-kind amongst Trastevere hotels, Villa Della Fonte is a bit of a mix between a hotel, a luxury B&B, and a guest house.

All rooms are furnished in a classic style and feature a comfortable and fully-equipped private bathroom, free WIFI, a minibar, satellite TV, air-conditioning, a kettle for your tea, and a Nespresso coffee machine if you are more of a coffee person.

The average fare is 226 € per double room per night with breakfast included (190 if the non-refundable option is chosen).

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VOI Donna Camilla Savelli VRetreats

Located in a 17th-century building formerly a monastery, VOI Donna Camilla Savelli Hotel in Trastevere has a beautiful interior of elegant stuccoes and a ceiling of wooden beams.

The rooms of this 4-star hotel in Trastevere are complete with all the modern comforts and the property boasts also an inner garden/patio. For the daily breakfast, they serve both sweet and savory options as well as vegan food.

The average rates of one of the most exclusive Trastevere hotels range from 142 to 252 € for a double room per night (or 129 to 228 € if you choose the non-refundable option).

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Horti 14 Borgo Trastevere

Located close to the Tiber River and Villa Farnesina, and a 10-minute walk from Santa Maria in Trastevere Basilica, Horti 14 Borgo Trastevere is a stylish 4-star hotel in Rome’s popular neighborhood.

Offering its guests the use of a lovely garden, the hotel features also a restaurant and a bar. The rooms are decorated with a minimalist design and are equipped with all modern facilities including a minibar and a flat-screen TV with Sky channels.

The average rate is 317 or 369 € for a double room with breakfast included or between 287 and 333 € if you select the non-refundable option.

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Mid-range Trastevere hotels

citizenM Hotel Rome Isola Tiberina

The position of this Trastevere hotel is fantastic, on the Lungotevere facing the Tiber Island, the landmark it’s named after. There is no in-house restaurant but you will be in the heart of everything and both the Trastevere neighborhood and the Jewish Ghetto are an easy stroll away.

The hotel features all the modern amenities and comforts from A/C, complimentary toiletries and an iPad in the room. The breakfast is buffet style.

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Residenza San Calisto

Set in a historical building in the heart of the neighborhood, Residenza San Calisto offers elegant rooms decorated with wooden beams on the ceiling and modern amenities such as tea/coffee-making facilities, ironing equipment, WIFI, LCD TV, a desk and a comfortable bathroom complete with complimentary toiletries and bathrobes.

One of the best Trastevere hotels, its buffet breakfast offers continental, Italian, sweet and savory options to please the different preferences.

The average rate is 163 € per night for a double room inclusive of breakfast or 147 € without breakfast. All bookings are non-refundable.

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Livia B&B Trastevere

Located in the heart of Trastevere, Livia B&B is close to the tram 8 stop but at night very quiet to ensure a nice rest. A few steps away from the heart of Trastevere and its main landmarks, the rest of the city center is also very easy to reach either on foot crossing the river or by tram.

Featuring a lovely terrace for some relaxing evening time with a beautiful view of the city, the rooms of Livia B&B in Trastevere include a seating area, a comfortable private bathroom, a flat-screen TV, a microwave, a fridge, and tea and coffee-making facilities. In the morning, the breakfast is pretty diverse offering Italian-style and buffet.

There is no elevator and the rooms are on the third floor.

The average price is 147 € or 133 € if you book with the non-refundable option. Either way, breakfast is included.

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Tolomeo B&B in Trastevere

Located close to Santa Cecilia in Trastevere Basilica, to reach the most touristy part of the neighborhood from Tolomeo B&B you need to cross the main road Viale Trastevere. But that’s a few minutes’ walk and I suggest you do it only after you have visited the landmarks on your side of the street.

This elegant B&B in Trastevere offers cozy rooms with a modern and comfortable private bathroom. The minimalist and classic furniture is complete with amenities such as flat-screen TV and fridge.

The average rate is 264 € for two nights non-refundable or 274 € with the free-cancellation policy option.

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B&B Zen Trastevere

This Trastevere accommodation is slightly cheaper than the rest of the mid-range mentioned here but especially in the high season, they require at least a 3-night booking.

Rooms are spacious and elegant, their private bathrooms modern and equipped with all the necessary facilities including complimentary toiletries, and some rooms have also a balcony.

The breakfast is organized at a nearby bar while on the property guests can use the shared kitchen, fridge, and coffee and tea-making equipment.

The average price is 246 € for a double room on a 3-night stay. The rate includes breakfast and a free cancellation policy.

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Budget Trastevere hotels

It’s pretty hard to find cheap and nice Trastevere accommodation. We found here some B&Bs and hotels that do provide all basic comforts in a nice environment, great location, and an affordable price of less than 100 € per night. Rates vary depending on the season you travel as well as how much in advance you book.

Relais Star of Trastevere B&B

Located in Viale Trastevere, Relais Star of Trastevere is in a very convenient position with the heart of the neighborhood easy to reach on foot. From here, Santa Maria in Trastevere Basilica is 6 minutes’ walk, Santa Cecilia Basilica 9 minutes, and Villa Farnesina is 13 minutes.

On top of that, you are less than 10 minutes’ walk from the famous Porta Portese open market, so if you are in Rome on Sunday, you might find it interesting to walk around its stalls. Even though, if you are staying for only 2 days in Rome, I suggest you give priority to the historical landmarks.

Relais Star Trastevere B&B offers air-conditioned rooms featuring all the modern amenities such as a private bathroom, flat-screen TV, free WIFI, and a good continental breakfast. The average rate per double room is 65 € per night with breakfast included.

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Hotel Domus Tiberina

Despite its affordable rates, Domus Tiberina is not a B&B or guesthouse in Trastevere, so a good choice if you prefer the services of a hotel but without breaking the bank.

The location is ideal as it’s beyond Viale Trastevere, so a stone’s throw from the most touristy part of the neighborhood, yet in a much quieter area. Very close to Santa Cecilia in Trastevere Basilica, here you will also find one of the most popular restaurants in Trastevere, Da Enzo al 29, famous for serving sublimely made traditional Roman dishes.

The hotel accommodates its guests in the rustic-style rooms of an 18th-century building equipped with modern comforts including air-conditioning, free WIFI in shared areas, and a flat-screen TV with satellite channels. Some rooms feature a balcony with a view of Tiber Island.

The average rate for a double room is 90 € per night.

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Further reading: Join a food tour in Trastevere to try more traditional restaurants and dishes!

Gio’ Suites B&B

Gio’ Suites is one of the favorite B&Bs in Trastevere for a number of reasons. Affordable price, excellent location, great breakfast and full comfort.

Rooms are simple yet cozy, air-conditioned, and warm. Among the facilities, you will have a private bathroom with free toiletries and hairdryer and an LCD TV.

All attractions in Trastevere such as Santa Maria in Trastevere and Santa Cecilia basilicas can be easily reached on foot as well as the quaint Jewish Quarter.

The average price per double room is 86 € per night with breakfast included.

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Paola A Trastevere B&B

Paola A Trastevere is slightly more expensive than the previous budget Trastevere accommodation mentioned here but still not too costly. The rates range from 102 € per night for a double room with a nice breakfast included and with a free-cancellation policy to 88 € and 93 € for a double room with a non-refundable policy depending if you would like the breakfast included or not.

The location is great, with all the main landmarks easy to reach on foot as well as near the stop of tram 8 that takes you to the city center or to Trastevere train station.

Rooms are elegant and cozy, and the facilities include a kettle with a choice of teas and biscuits, free WIFI, and an Italian breakfast to have in the room or in the common dining hall.

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Tree Charme B&B

A great location close to the local landmarks, restaurants and shops with the perk of lovely views of the river in Lungotevere della Farnesina, Tree Charme is one of the best B&Bs in Trastevere.

The pastel-colored rooms are elegantly furnished and equipped with a minibar, a kettle for your tea, a flat-screen TV, and a private bathroom. For breakfast, you have the option of both sweet and savory.

The average rate goes from 102/113 € for a refundable policy to 98/88 € for a non-refundable option. Breakfast is always included.

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Apartments in Trastevere

Grand Maison del Moro – Trastevere

This is a very comfortable apartment located in the heart of Trastevere. You will be close to all the landmarks in Trastevere and also Ponte Sisto bridge to easily reach Campo de’ Fiori.

Grand Maison del Moro is a 2-bedroom apartment offering its guests all the necessary amenities to enjoy a great stay such as flat-screen TV, washing machine, and free WiFi. In the fully-equipped kitchen of this large apartment, you can prepare your own meals if you are not feeling like eating out.

It’s perfect if you are looking for the home-away-from-home feeling in the heart of Rome.

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Is Trastevere a good area to stay in Rome?

Trastevere is one of the most popular neighborhoods in Rome. Many tourists prefer to stay in Trastevere to be right in the pulsing heart of the city’s traditional spirit and evening pizzazz.

Well-connected to Fiumicino International Airport and main train and bus hubs, with an easy train ride from Stazione Trastevere station, you can also reach the metro line A at its Valle Aurelia stop.

For sightseeing, Trastevere is fantastic not only because it’s a giant, open-air landmark itself counting interesting churches, a museum, the Botanical Garden, and several fantastic restaurants, but because with an easy, pleasant stroll over a historical bridge, you can cross the Tiber river and reach Campo de’ Fiori, the Tiber Island, the Jewish Ghetto and Rome Centro Storico.

Is Trastevere safe?

A favorite hang-out spot in Rome’s nightlife, Trastevere is totally safe to wander around any time of the day. Don’t be fooled by the maze of narrow and winding alleys: they are not enough to prevent an Italian from driving, so always pay attention when crossing the street, especially if you are in Rome with kids. There are also some pedestrian-only piazzas, such as Piazza San Cosimato and Piazza di Santa Maria in Trastevere, so for kids or hyperactive babies like mine, they are ideal.

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