We are Connie and Gianluca and we are the owners of QuodLibet (our property in Rome). We are married since 2005, and we have two daughters (Roberta and Maria Beatrice).

We are in the hospitality business since 1998, and now it is our full-time job. It is obvious to say, but we particularly like to meet people from everywhere in the world (an incredible global opportunity given by the internet), and we enjoy sharing with everyone we meet here what we know about Rome.

Connie mostly takes care of the booking office and the relationship with guests when they are planning their trip, while Gianluca is more on the on-site part of the job (he is the one our guests meet when they arrive and every morning during breakfast), and he likes to deal with photos and websites. He is the one who took all the pictures in this website, and the webmaster.

Just to let you know a bit more about us, we both studied Italian Literature, at the University of Rome “La Sapienza”, where we met: Connie with a focus on “Literary Criticism”, Gianluca on “Cultural Anthropology”. By chance, for a series of circumstances, we ended up working in the hospitality: a job that we like and that we do with passion, attention and curiosity. 

Our accommodation is a Guest House with bed and breakfast service, so we don’t live in the premises, but just a few blocks away. We are around most of the time, and always available.

We really like when people tell us that they felt like at home, and that they found our property welcoming, relaxing and easy. We pay a lot of attention to the quality of what we offer to our guests, and we try to make their experience in Rome an enjoyable, easy and memorable one. 

We hope to meet you here in Rome!

Connie & Gianluca 

Sat on the 15th of September 2019 wrote on TripAdvisor

Excellent experience throughout our stay… thank you Gianluca and Connie. On our first visit to Rome, my wife and I couldn’t have found a more relaxing, clean, accommodating and perfect place to stay. From the minute the online booking was made there was an instant sense of comfort that we were going to be very well looked after by our hosts. After a couple of email exchanges and after weighing up the different options a private limo transfer has been booked from the airport to the hotel for us. I could go on about all the positive aspects of the hosts and the accommodation… but all the other reviews have been spot on. The accommodation is in a nice part of town away from the hustle and bustle, a 10-15 minute walk from Vatican City and a couple minutes walk from the metro A line. The best part is that Gianluca saves you a great deal of time and stress by sitting with you and mapping out the best routes to take in order to visit most of the sites in Rome. On a 3 night stay we managed to revisit most of the sites twice. He also recommended the best places to eat along the routes to get an authentic flavour of Rome. If you really want to take in most of the sites, you will do a lot of walking so make sure to pack a comfortable and stable pair of walking shoes. Once again thank you Gianluca and |Connie for a wonderful experience. Sat