At Albergo Etico, most of the staff members are individuals with physical, intellectual, or sensory disabilities. Through a comprehensive 12- or 18-month training program, conducted by industry experts, they receive coaching and acquire valuable skills, paving the way for future employment and a sense of purpose in society.
Founded by Antonio Pelosi, a member of a historic family of Roman hoteliers, Albergo Etico stems from his personal journey of recovery after a life-altering motorcycle accident. Driven by the desire to provide opportunities for those facing adversity, Antonio's passion and dedication are at the heart of this non-profit organization.
By staying at Albergo Etico, you not only experience exceptional hospitality but also contribute to a meaningful cause. All earnings from the hotel go directly towards paying salaries, rent, fixed costs, and start-up debts. Additionally, surplus funds are donated to other non-profit organizations dedicated to supporting individuals with disabilities.
Originally a nunnery, the newly renovated Albergo Etico embraces a serene ambiance that invites tranquility. Step into the breakfast room, reminiscent of Edward Hopper's artistic style, and appreciate the peaceful surroundings that enhance your stay in Rome.