You will feel at home here even for one day only, enjoying our hospitality where welcoming others is considered a gift of friendship. We offer our guests a high standard of accommodation.

The Maritti residence is situated in Via Tor De’ Conti 17, in front of the Arco dei Pantani, one of the two barrel vaults of Foro di Augusto, the entrance to the Suburra neighborhood.

We deeply love this place because the walls of the buildings represent our history, our origins, and also remind us from who we descend.

The Residence

The Maritti residence is situated in the historical center of Rome, in the heart of the most ancient and characteristic neighborhood of the city where one can find examples of buildings from Roman and medieval times, the Renaissance and the Baroque period in a succession of styles which cover 2,500 years of History.

Monti neighborhood

The Monti neighborhood is characterized by narrow streets, which are hardly ever of the same level, amongst buildings from various past centuries, full of artisan workshops, social venues, old taverns and art galleries.

The Ancient Suburra

Piazza della Suburra can be reached by descending the steps from Via Cavour (very near the underground station Cavour on the B line) or the steps from S. Pietro in Vincoli. It is also accessible from Via Nazionale by going along Via Dei Serpenti or Via del Boschetto. The ancient way Argiletum (the road which during the Roman period cut across the northern part of the Suburra) is still traceable today in Via Madonna dei Monti along where it is possible to find medieval houses, apartment blocks from the 1600s and buildings from the 1700s.

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Our History

The history of the Maritti Residence goes back approximately 300 years, when the Corteggiani family, originally from Corsica, moved to Lazio and then to Rome at the end of the XVIII century…