Hotels in Rome
In Rome, many hotels are as much part of the city’s heritage as historical sights. Housed in the city’s palazzi, convents or villas, they cater to every budget and taste. Get a feel for the different neighborhoods to choose from when residing in Rome.
Rome may still have more cheap accommodation than London or New York, but rates for comparable establishments have caught up.
All hotels are required by law to exhibit prices in a visible place, possibly the foyer or hotel entrance. Rates may vary considerably according to season, with prices peaking at Easter and during summer months. Apart from late autumn and January-February, when the number of visitors of Rome decreases, hotels are fairly occupied, often gets fully booked. Prices also tend to increase as the date of the stay approaches. We advice to book your hotel online to secure Your room and get the best price possible - online booking always comes of cheaper than booking on the place.
Book your Rome hotel in Rome with reputable booking company Booking.com, or just a check of prices and available rooms - free of charge, with no advance payments necessary.
ADVICE: Since Rome gets pretty busy during summer time, we advise that you book your hotel in advance.
The traditional heartland of foreign visitors that search for accommodation in Rome lies around the Spanish steps and Piazza di Spagna, with some of the most exclusive smaller Rome hotels.
Similar places can be found all over the centre, to the west of Via del Corso, Vatican surroundings or the lively quarter of Trastevere.
Those who search for glamour should head for Via Veneto, which has many grand and luxurious hotels.
If you are looking for a peaceful retreat, try the area around the Aventine, or one of the high-class hotels next to the Villa Borghese park.
Area around the Termini station (Central railway station) is particularly suitable for business travelers for its concentration of cheap hotels.