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Casa San Giuseppe, Rome


The Casa San Giuseppe is the ideal place for an unforgettable holiday in the italian capital. 

The Guesthouse is located in the heart of Trastevere, and it's close to the main tourist attractions of Rome. 
The property is owned by the Congregation of the Daughters of Saint Joseph, and it is considered the ideal place to discover Rome receiving a familiar, quiet and warm welcome. 


Bookings for this property need to be approved.

Check in: 12:00 (12:00pm) - 20:00 (8:00pm) (arrivals may be allowed outside this window if your travel plans can't be adjusted however this is subject to availability)

Check out: Before 10:00 (10:00am)

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Casa San Giuseppe, Rome

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We were very pleased with Casa San Giuseppe. Its location was ideal for a few tourist days in Rome. We were close enough to walk to all the major tourist spots including the Colosseum and the Vatican. The room was large and extremely clean. The staff were extremely helpful and polite. I sugge...

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Facilities & information


Private/enclosed garden

Children's cots


Linen included

Hair dryers


Air Conditioning




Recommended walks

Pub (walking distance)

Pub (a short drive)

Museums (walking distance)

Museums (a short drive)

Historic houses


Recommended restaurants (walking distance)

Recommended restaurants (a short drive)

Arrival information and directions

Address: Via Moroni 22, Roma, Lazio, Rome00153, Italy

Those who are unable to check-in / check-out at the scheduled times must contact the property directly. In any case, please specify in the reservation what time you will arrive at the Guesthouse if possible, to facilitate the staff at the reception. CITY TAX IS 3.5€ PER PERSON, PER NIGHT AND MUST BE PAID IN THE PROPERTY. _________________________________________________________________________________________________ BY CAR From A1 Milan-Naples highway: follow the Grande Raccordo Anulare and the directions for Roma Centro- Citta` del Vaticano. The Guesthouse is located on Lungotevere della Farnesina number 7.  The Trastevere district is subject to traffic restrictions: The Daytime Limited Traffic Zone (ZTL) Trastevere is closed to cars: from 6.30 to 10.00 every day, excluding holidays. The night limited traffic zone (ZTL) is closed to cars: from 21.30 to 3.00, Friday and Saturday (even if on holidays); from May to October it is also active on Wednesdays and Thursdays with the same times; in August the night ZTL is suspended. BY BUS

1: From Piazza dei Cinquecento, in front of Roma Termini station, take the bus line H (towards Dei Capasso) and get off at the Sonnino / S stop. Gallicano, continue on foot to Piazza Trilussa, then turn right for 100 meters to Piazza S. Giovanni della Malva and take Vicolo Moroni to the right until number 22 where the property is located. 2. Take bus 64 to San Pietro and get off after 14 stops at Lgt Sassia / S. Spirito, then take line 280 (Partigiani FS) for 4 stops or bus 23 (Pincherle / Parravano) and get off at the Lgt Farnesina / Trilussa stop. Proceed on foot for about 200 meters until arriving in Vicolo Moroni 22 where Casa San Giuseppe is located. From Fiumicino airport: take the regional train FL1 and get off at Trastevere station (journey time 27 minutes, the ticket cost is 8 euros). From the square in front of the station you can take tram 8 in the direction of Piazza Argentina and get off after six stops (stop "Belli" at Piazza Giuseppe Gioacchino Belli). Head on foot to Piazza Trilussa, then turn right for 100 meters to Piazza S. Giovanni della Malva and take Vicolo Moroni on the right to number 22 where the property is located. From Ciampino airport: take the blue Cotral bus to the Anagnina underground stop on line A. Buses leave approximately every 25 minutes. From Anagnina station take Metro line A to Termini station. From this point follow the directions “from the station

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