0.1km from La bottega di MeoI was only here one night, on my first trip to Rome. My experience was a little different than other reviews. I agree with others in that the b&b is immaculate and private, with a well-stocked kitchen. The location is close to trams, looks onto a nice courtyard, and there are good restaurants nearby, though it is a more residential area. Perhaps my problem is that I don't speak Italian, and the host did not speak much English. It started badly when the car I had arranged to pick me up at the airport never arrived. I waited 90 minutes, trying to text and call with the host to find out what to do, and finally took an official cab, which cost me $73 EU. When I finally arrived, I had been given no information about how to find the b&b, which is in a huge apartment complex. At the entry gate there is no sign. Since the host didn't speak English, he couldn't tell me which building he was in or how to get there. I wandered in and out of three of them before finding someone who could help me. When I finally did get there, we had a really hard time communicating, however he kindly gave me a room upgrade, I assume because of the trouble with the taxi. The communication challenges continued when he handed me a keychain with 6 keys on it, none of them labeled (entry to the b&b requires 4 keys). I figured it out and it was fine, but I can't imagine why there couldn't have been some instructions provided, or a card with a reminder of which interior building it is. Because of the language barrier I was not shown to the terrace or offered any guidance about the area. I researched my own restaurants and found my own way around. Again that's fine, but just different from what I was expecting. Because I lost so much time in transit I didn't have much time to explore. This b&b is outside of the city center so the airport taxi cost is on the meter, not the fixed rate, and public transit to the airport is not simple. For the extra $130 EU I paid in taxis to and from the airport, I could have stayed somewhere more central and taken the train. Bottom line, I think if you already know Rome, speak Italian and have lots of time to spare, this would be a nice place to stay, but my experience was not the best!