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.
You may bump into the Head of the Maritti family on the terrace while she is taking care of the many plants or just enjoying the scenery. Always smiling, genuinely happy to meet people she is the person to thank for having spent some time in this splendid habitat. With passion, creativity, culture, an enterprising spirit and a great deal of patience she has created a new capital, economic and human with an added value: hospitality!
The second child in this family began this adventure in 1998 with Luigi. From the beginning he scrupulously followed Luigi every step of the way, acquiring competence in running the guest house and after becoming the pillar of the property.
He will gladly share tales of your journey and his warm welcome will make you feel at home even though you are thousands of kilometers from yours.
The youngest in the family manages the activity with Gianluca. He is always informed and up to date on what Rome offers, he will be able to advise you where to spend magic moments in the city and where to taste typical regional dishes. There will always be an alternative to your plans if you need, just ask!
A family from Peru has been collaborating for years in order to achieve the perfect running of the guest house. They are now part of the Maritti family.They are fundamental to making all the guests feel comfortable, taking care of the cleaning and tidying of all the bedrooms and common areas.
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…