Time Out says
Self-catering apartments on a cobblestone lane filled with coffee bars and small trattorias that offer the chance to live like a local near Castel Sant’Angelo
When in Rome, live as the Romans do. The 11-room HiSuiteRome offers apartment-style accommodation on the charming residential backstreets of central Rome. Whether a suite or a full apartment, all the multi-level rooms have a separate kitchenettes and dining areas that match the modest modern design of the bedrooms. A helpful concierge, free Wi-Fi, iPod docking stations and simple flat screens round out the basic embellishments. Luckily everything else needed to complete a stay can be sourced within a few minutes from the small shops, bars and eateries on the picturesque lane outside. Major sights including the Pantheon, Piazza Navona and Castel Sant’Angelo are also all reachable in ten minutes or less.
Neighborhood: While there are no nearby metros, the area of Rome between the Pantheon and the Vatican is walkable and well served with buses and taxis. The central neighborhood is bursting with authentic restaurants, shops and bars, and plenty of true Roman character.
Pipero Roma: For gourmet carbonara rumored to be the best in the city
Via del Governo Vecchio: For vintage shopping
Castel Sant’Angelo: For secret Papal passages that connect to the Vatican
Time Out tip: There is no gym on site, but the hotel makes up for it with free bikes available from the concierge so guests can pedal through Rome to their heart’s content.