Guest house Rome
Guest house Rome, not an hotel, let us tell you our tale…
Once upon a time there was Casa Howard Guest House in Rome, not an hotel, may be the highest expression of a boutique hotel, able to enclose the soul of the Italian capital itself, defining it in tailored design rooms, where luxury was described by every images and details.
In the same way as our Guest House in Florence, an ideal setting to create tailor-made atmospheres, for a romantic night, for a week-long or last-minute holidays.
Two different locations, two guest houses in Rome, perfect to reach and visit the Colosseum, the Spanish Steps, San Pietro and the Vatican City, the bohemian district of Trastevere, the center and its surroundings, up to the noble hill of Gianicolo.
Our story began with the Guest house in Via Capo le Case, in a welcoming and cosmopolitan location, excellent to meet all the needs of customers visiting new places, from couples to groups of friends and families with children. Our new concept of hospitality follow the one of friendship, our guest house represented an exclusive club of people we absolutely trust in.
In 2017 we wrote the last words of a small Roman tale, which can tell something about all of you who have been our guests in Rome. We believe that walls, furniture, homes in general, retain a bit of anyone who lived there, even for a while. And that's why we thank you for writing our (guest)book, our romance. A series of exciting events that continues nowadays in Florence, in the guest house hotel in via della Scala, where you will always find the passion that characterizes us, the tendency towards excellence, the concepts and philosophy that belong to us.
Come and visit us, write a new intense chapter, let's continue together to tell the superb novel of travel, knowledge, adventure and emotions.
Casa Howard, we’re unique, just like you are.
P.S. We leave Rome to focus our business and mission on Tuscany, because Rome, from many years, is still in a condition of reprehensible abandonment.
The great beauty of Rome does not justify the rudeness of many of its inhabitants, the incivility and the nearsightedness of the local rulers. We can’t bear anymore the too many and various disservices the city still present in the everyday life.