QuodLibet features 7 themed rooms, all with private e-suite bathrooms, air conditioning, mini bar, satellite TV, wi-fi internet connection.
All the rooms are large, bride and quiet. Some of them can host up to 4 people. Each room has been decorated according to a particular theme, and we like the idea that our guests find our room a clean, charming and welcoming space where to come back after a long, interesting and tiring day discovering Rome.
King or queen size beds (with ortopaedic mattress), a large table with chairs in each room. We think that the most important thing to offer to our guests is a comfortable bed, so our
A common kitchen is at guests disposal for tea facilities, and a large patio on the terrace is always at disposal to spend a nice relaxing time open air. All mod-cons in a small, quiet, familiar, homy but refined environment.
Janet, on October 16, 2019, wrote on Booking.com
Simple, pretty, friendly perfect guest house accommodations that exceed expectationsEverything was simple, comfortable, yet beyond expectations. The proprietors Gianluca and Connie have thought of everything. Our room and bath were very comfortable and complete including a nice table and chairs as well as a reading chair, mini-bar with complementary contents and coffee maker, a book shelf outside the room with Rome and Italy travel guides, and big windows with a lovely quiet street view. What’s more was the set of rooms had access to a sweet kitchen with biscuits and tea, glasses, dishes, etc. After a long day of walking miles around Rome’s many sites, we found ourselves happy to bring some food in and eat in our room with our feet up. Breakfast is especially lovely as it is served up on a rooftop patio. Pastries, toast, cheese, meats, yogurt, eggs cooked as you like them, and wonderful coffee or tea really set us up for a day of seeing the city. Gianluca offers maps ith extensive directions to walk and/or use the metro and/or set up a tour. Perfect! I can’t think of anything lacking.