A historic town house with a modern redevelopment of the interior but still retaining period features. One of the best positioned lodgings available in Rome, this monastery offers a stay in a superb environment.
Very close to large public parks such as Villa Borghese and Villa Ada, guests staying here will be in close proximity to many major tourist attractions.
This monastery is operated by the Associazione Sant'Angela Domus.
Guest rooms over several floors with stair and elevator access. A peaceful sitting room and dining room are also offered.
Mass is held on weekdays (including Saturdays) at 7:00am.
Breakfast is included in the price. There are cafe and dining options within walking distance of the guest house. Gluten free breakfast option available upon request.
Local Services within 500m
Beautifully detailed stone facade. Open gardens with places for seating.
Chair and Desk
North eastern Rome near Termini station. City with easy access. Bus and metro stops for local and surrounding locations.
The house dates back since the 1900's.
Lorenzo was so VERY helpful.
Nancy - MA, United States (September 2019)
It would be helpful if Wifi was available in rooms and not just lobby and also a laundry to wash clothes.
Otherwise was a great stay , very friendly staff and good location. Very clean facilities
Nigel - , New Zealand (September 2018)
A wonderful place to stay in a great location. We hope to return some day, and will certainly recommend it to our friends.
Anne - NY, United States (May 2016)
The rooms and standard of service are adequate for the money. However, the standard of food presented for breakfast is appaling.
Mary - westmeath, Ireland (June 2014)
Everything at the residence was excellent.
Janet - MS, United States (May 2013)
The lack of English comprehension was a handicap at times regarding service,questions, and getting information. Everyone was nice and tried to help.
Andrea - Ontario, Canada (October 2012)
The nuns and other staff were so friendly and helpful. The place was very clean and quiet. It is a little far from the closest metro stop so that is something to consider, but the huge rooms and lovely environment made up for it!
Jacqueline - NM, United States (May 2012)
Good location. No one spoke any english though which was frustrating. Breakfast was very poor.
Anthony - New South Wales, Australia (June 2011)
Ursuline nuns were so kind and welcoming.
Rosalind - , United Kingdom (May 2011)
The breakfast was, for us, inedible. We eat wholesome foods and found dry packaged white rolls and packaged toast inedible. Guests should be warned that the smallest noises can travel thru the walls....as in most older buildings in Europe. Most people don't realize this and even a moderate voice is very loud at 11 in the evening. Otherwise, the service and room and garden were wonderful and loved the neighborhood. Will stay again.
Bonnie - SC, United States (May 2011)
Thomas - United Kingdom, United Kingdom (April 2011)
Wonderful. Everybody was very kind and generous.
serge - , France (April 2011)
I thought it would be more stark, but it was very nice. Lovely accomodations. Friendly nuns. Great hot water in the showers. Beautiful building, well located in Rome. Felt very secure. Everything was good.
Teresa - VA, United States (March 2010)
Breakfast was extra. Beautiful Garden and nice location.