What makes a place comfortable? What people mean with comfort talking about hotel rooms? Here we can tell you what we mean when we think about confort, so to tell you also what we put in our rooms and what to expect from them.
First of all a very comfortable bed. We have chosen the best possible brands for our mattresses and pillows (the American “Simmons” and the Italian “Dormibene”) for a good sleep. That is the basic of our job: offer to our guests a good sleep.
Then we tought that a good sleep had to be surrounded by a cheerful, bright and airy environment: so nice colors, a linear and clean style, and – given the size of the windows – a luminous atmosphere. Our property is located on the 4th floor of an imposing building, so light is definitely not a problem.
Then of course a sound proof insulation: even if the street where the property is facing is not a traffic one, we wanted to keep all the possible city sound as far as possible: so our rooms are quiet.
A good water pressure in the en-suite bathrooms, with a good and steady hot water, and a comfortable shower or bath tube
A good and reliable air conditioning system to guarantee the best temperature even during the hottest day of the summer, and a good heater for the coldest winter days.
A fast, steady and reliable WI-FI, that together with Satellite international Channels, connect the rooms to the rest of the world.
Last but not least, space: all our rooms are ample and airy, with 4 meters high ceilings. In each room we have put a table (not a desk but a real table) with chairs.
ArthurPhiladelphia on TripAdvisor on October 20, 2019We couldn’t have been more delighted by this B&B. It was our best of several trips to Rome, by far, and mostly because of our hosts at QuodLibet.
What distinguishes QuodLibet is the extraordinary level of truly truly caring service from abundant breakfast to great advice about places and things to do and see.
Great advice that made our days in Rome spectacular.
QuodLibet is in a lively neighborhood.within easy walking distance of St. Peters, the Sistine Chapel and the Vatican.
Our hosts showed us great walking routes to Rome’s other attractions, including churches, archaeology, museums and and Caravaggio paintings we wanted to see.
We had a wonderful time thanks to QuodLibet
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