Casa di Accoglienza Tabor is on the doorstep of the Vatican and historic Rome. A grand villa with superb gardens, presenting warm hospitality with great facilities within the original architectural features.
Well located to the Vatican & Castel Sant'Angelo, with easy access the the rest of historical Rome.
Rated 4.6 out of 5
A very peaceful place in the midst of the chaos of Rome.
This convent is operated by the Suore della SS. Madre Addolorata.
Surrounded by lovely, cool gardens with commanding views of the Vatican and Rome from is position on the Gelsomino Hill.
Mass is held every day at 7:00am except Sunday. No Mass in July/August. Venue provides information on others churches for Sunday Mass.
Breakfast is included in the price.
Dining Room N/A
Tea and Coffee facilities
Local Services within 500m
Cash Machine N/A
Forex Services N/A
With large open and quiet spaces guests can enjoy a beautiful Italian renaissance garden.The guest house has undergone several transformations, yet maintains it original fascinating features.
Chair and Desk
The historic center of Rome. City with easy access. Bus, train and metro stops for local and surrounding locations. The Sisters can assist with local bus tickets, ask the reception for details.
Built in 1925 as the principle house of the Order, it was beautifully renovated in 1997 providing new facilities within the grand facade of the orignal architecture.
A very peaceful place in the midst of the chaos of Rome.
Harvey - IL, United States (August 2018)
Loved it! Very safe and secure! Also very clean. Staff was amazing! Would stay again!
Raegina - WI, United States (May 2018)
Our stay was a very nice experience. The nuns were very helpful and accommodating. We went to the mass in the morning and very impressed with the beauty of the chapel. We would definately recommend it.
Dawn - ON, Canada (September 2016)
This was an amazing place to stay. Very close to Vatican. The nuns were wonderful and helpful. I would recommended it to anyone!
Kristopher - VA, United States (July 2016)
Excellent location and hospitality from the sisters
Ann - Birmingham, United Kingdom (May 2016)
Very welcoming and helful when asked. You do need to ask. Lovely grounds and atmosphere in the convent. A very calm place to stay, lovely gardens and chapel.
David - North Yorkshire, United Kingdom (May 2016)
We have just returned from a wonderful stay at Casa di Accoglienza Tabor. The booking system was so simple. We could see the Vatican from our bedroom window - it was awe-inspiring. The room was clean and comfortable. Breakfast was just what we needed to set us up for a day exploring Rome. Everyone was so kind and helpful. My friend attended Mass in the church which she tells me was a lovely experience. We couldn't have chosen a better place to stay in Rome
Anne - Merseyside, United Kingdom (April 2016)
Casa Tabor is located a few minutes walk outside the Vatican Walls. There is public bus transportation that stops right outside the Casa that will bring you around the Vatican as well as central Rome and the train station. The Casa was very clean and modern. The Sisters there were all very nice and helpful in showing us the bus schedules. The breakfast was also very good. The only negative is there is only one trattoria within walking distance from the Casa. So it would be good to eat before you turn in for the night. Everything else was great!
David - MS, United States (April 2016)
Wonderful place. Very quiet. Sisters were most helpful. We'd definitely stay there again should we return to Rome.
John - NY, United States (October 2015)
We felt very welcome - the nuns were lovely to our three children. Brekky was good too - enough options to keep everyone happy. The grounds are gorgeous and it was great to come back to Casa Tabor after a long hot day of seeing sights.
Nicola - Victoria, Australia (June 2015)
The sisters are very welcoming, hospitable, and helpful. The monastery is walking distance to restaurants and stores, and there is a bus stop one block away which was convenient to tourist locations. The grounds are beautiful and were a welcome respite from the hustle and bustle of Rome.
Elizabeth A - TX, United States (June 2015)
Sweet, lovely, considerate staff. Everyone was more than willing to meet our requirements and offer us help finding our way around.
PJ - TX, United States (April 2015)
Beautifully simple and serene! Thank you Sisters Rita, Stephania and Julia!
LuAnn - IL, United States (June 2014)
Casa di Accoglienza Tabor was located conveniently near Vatican City. Sr. Stefania was very helpful with every request. The gardens were beautiful. There was easy access to the bus stop which we used to get around Rome.
Nancy - CA, United States (June 2014)
It was a lovely location and fulfilled all I wished for personally. Sunday Mass would have been a bonus but perhaps filling their large beautiful Chapel with other worshippers on the Sabbath is better value all round for them.
Barbara - Essex, United Kingdom (May 2014)
Wonderful, excellent, the best.
Earl - CA, United States (October 2013)
We absolutely loved staying here. The sisters were very kind and helpful. The environment is an haven and energetically very clean. It was a superb visit.
Paul - New South Wales, Australia (July 2013)
Everyone at Casa Tabor made us feel welcome. The location was good to help us visit the Vatican.
Joseph - IA, United States (July 2013)
This was beautiful and clean. The nuns were helpful and friendly. The location is good.
Susan - MA, United States (May 2013)
I had a wonderful stay at Casa Tabor and the nuns were lovely, friendly and very helpful. Altogether a fantastic experience.
Maggie - North Yorkshire, United Kingdom (April 2013)
We stayed at 3 places booked through monasterystays - this was the best. The sisters and staff were very friendly and helpful with travel info - their English was a bit of a challenge but we always ended up communicating. Rooms were clean and they had an excellent European breakfast, to include ham and cheese. Daily mass is available. The behind the Vatican location is quiet and the view of St. Peter's dome was great.
Lawrence - NH, United States (April 2013)
Staff very friendly and extremely helpful.
Robert T - Essex, United Kingdom (April 2013)
Casa Di Accoglienza Tabor was simple and charming. The sisters were very helpful and booked me a cab for my departure.
Amy - MD, United States (February 2013)
Staff is very nice, makes you feel at home. Location is very convenient to the Vatican.
Robyn - GA, United States (August 2012)
The Sisters are very welcoming and are multiple-lingual. The guest house is well situated to Central Rome if you don't mind using public transport. There is a restaurant close by for dinner. Breakfast is basic but efficient and fresh. This is a safe and quiet location. Well worth it.
Margaret - Northern Territory, Australia (July 2012)
Excellent, tranquil and yet close to sites and transport links. If you are arriving via Termini station and have luggage, it is worth the taxi fare.
Maggy - Lancashire, United Kingdom (July 2012)
Pretty small single beds. Unsatisfactory room ilumination for reading.
Carlos - DC, Colombia (May 2012)
The nuns were lovely, welcoming & friendly.
Angie - North Yorkshire, United Kingdom (May 2011)
It was absolutely wonderful. The Sisters were gracious and accomodating. The room was very nicely appointed, very clean, and had everything we needed. A perfect stay.
Roanoke - VA, United States (May 2011)
A wonderful spiritual experience.
THOMAS - LANCASHIRE, United Kingdom (April 2011)
Very pleasant; light, bright and clean. The religious at the desk were especially helpful. I had no negative comments.
Marilyn - IA, United States (June 2010)
The room was good, the welcome exceptional, the grounds fantastic. The atmosphere, food, gardens, staff and the price in comparison with hotels. The beds were small and stiff.
William - Alberta, Canada (May 2009)
It was a truly wonderful experience staying with the sisters. The convent is beautiful. The grounds and chapel are lovely. The sisters are very friendly.
Everything was wonderful. We plan on staying there again on our next trip to Rome.
Deborah - TX, United States (December 2008)
I wasn't sure what I would get for the price. It was very reasonable but the place was immaculate! Good water pressure, very clean, the sisters were friendly and helpful. Some spoke English and/or German (all spoke italian). Only an hour window for breakfast. If I go back to Rome, I will almost certainly stay here.
Steven - IL, United States (May 2008)
Peaceful, safe, attending mass each morning, listening to the nuns sing, helping us with directions and taxis, beautiful grounds, rooms were kept up and clean, beautiful view.