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Hotel Cisterna is a clean, quiet haven in the midst of the historic Trastevere section of Rome. Although not much English is spoken by the staff, they are accommodating and good natured, and will do whatever it takes to meet your needs. Not exactly modern,...More
Great location, very clean, apparently nice staff. But
-The breakfast is really awful and not at the level of a 3 stars hotel at 140€ per room - not a single fresh fruit, industrial marmalade, butter and cheeses, dry bread, poor tea. Only coffee and...More
We stayed here for 5 nights and have no complaints at all. The location is perfect, the room was lovely, the staff were helpful and pleasant. A really lovely place to stay and we will stay here again on our next trip to rome.
USD 92 - USD 162 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Trastevere ("beyond the Tiber") is like a faded postcard, a little worn around the edges but still charming. With its wide-open piazzas, meandering streets, weathered Renaissance buildings, and overgrown personality, it's become an irresistible mecca for visitors. Trastevere is an enclave of entertainment - a rotating set of street performers entertains almost every night, and unforgettable
eateries and bars pepper its piazzas and side streets. For a trip to the past, visit the southern and western flanks of Trastevere for pockets of yesteryear, less traversed areas with a residual 1960s and 70s Roman vibe.