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Rome, Italy: Hotel & Motel Planning Guide

Find the perfect hotel in Rome using our hotel guide provided below. Find cheap and/or discounted hotel rates in or near Rome, Italy for your upcoming personal or group trip. We list the best Rome motel and hotel rooms. Browse the Rome area hotels to find the perfect lodging! Please use the provided map of the Rome hotels. Coordinating a group? Get Rome Group Hotel Rates or See the best Rome meeting hotels

The Rome center is about the area of Vittoriano Monument and the area of Santa Maria d'Aracoeli.

Rome Hotels/Motels & Accommodations

Casacau : Via in Arcione 94 Via in Arcione 94, Rome, 00187 Italy
  • Luxurious 5 Star Downtown property
  • 6 suites in property
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Navona Suites in Rome Corso Del Rinascimento 69, Rome, 00186 Italy
  • 3 star Downtown hotel
  • Hotel has 2 suites
La Papessa Vicolo Sciarra 61, Rome, 00187 Italy
  • Luxurious 5 Star Downtown property
  • Check-in: 12:00
  • Food is to die for
  • Excellent boutique hotel
Kolbe Hotel Rome : Via Di San Teodoro 48 Via Di San Teodoro 48, Rome, 186 Italy
  • Four star Downtown hotel
  • Shuttle from airport available
Very Good 4.5 /5Latest Reviews CallBookMore Details
Dei Borgognoni Hotel Via Del Bufalo 126, Rome, 00189 Italy
  • High end Downtown hotel
  • Check in time: 14:30AM
  • Staff were great and very helpful
  • Most guests thought the building was wonderful
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Hotel Ponte Sisto in Rome Via Dei Pettinari 64, Rome, 00186 Italy
  • 4-star property
Residence Barberini
Via Delle Quattro Fontane 171 / 172, Rome, 00184 Italy
  • Four-star Downtown hotel
  • 11 suites in hotel
  • Wonderful staff
  • Close to public transport
Very Good 4.5 /5Guest Reviews CallBookMore Details
Vanity Hotel in Roma Via Giuseppe Zanardelli 36, Roma, 00186 Italy ~0.69 miles northwest of Rome
  • Affordable Downtown hotel
  • Airport shuttle available
Residenza San Calisto in Rome
Via Dell'arco Di San Calisto 20, Rome, 00153 Italy
  • 3-star property
  • Hotel has 4 suites
  • Near to the city centre with good shopping options nearby
  • Rooms are gorgeous and large
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Hotel Colosseum - Roma Via Sforza 10, Roma, 00184 Italy ~0.70 miles east of Rome
  • Affordable Downtown hotel
  • 46 rooms in property
  • Most guests said rooms were clean
  • About half of guests had problems with the shower
Hotel Seiler - Rome
Via Firenze 48, Rome, 00184 Italy
  • 2-star Downtown property
  • 3 floors in hotel
  • Rooms are not good
  • Average beds
Very Good 4.5 /5Latest Reviews CallBookMore Details
Hotel Majestic
1 Via Vittorio Veneto 50, Rome, 00187 Italy
  • Luxurious 5 Star Downtown hotel
  • Hotel has 3 meeting rooms
  • Great, large bar/Lounge Area
  • Most guests thought it was a great value
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Bellesuite Rome - Rome
Via Modena 5, Rome, 00184 Italy
  • Cheap property
  • 6 rooms in property
  • Breakfast in room was great
  • Average sized rooms
Very Good 4.5 /5Review Score CallBookMore Details
Aventino - Rome
Via Di San Domenico 10, Rome, 00153 Italy
  • Three Star Downtown hotel
  • 4 rooms in property
  • Great view
  • Most guests enjoyed the furniture
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Hotel Indigo Rome St. George Via Giulia 62, Rome, 00186 Italy
  • Luxury Five Star Downtown hotel
  • Hotel has 6 suites
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Exedra a Boscolo Luxury Hotel
Piazza Della Republica 47, Rome, 00185 Italy
  • High-end property
  • 5 floors in property
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The St. Regis Rome - Rome Via Vittorio Emanuele Orlando 3, Rome, I-00185 Italy
  • Luxury 5-star Downtown property
  • Hotel has 23 suites
  • Terrific location
  • Value below average
Very Good 4.5 /5Review Score CallBookMore Details
Hotel Forum Via Tor De Conti 25, Rome, 00184 Italy
  • 4-star Downtown property
  • 22 rooms in hotel
Grand Hotel De La Minerve in Rome Piazza Della Minerva 69, Rome, 00186 Italy
  • Luxury 5-star Downtown hotel
  • Hotel has 5 meeting rooms
  • Most guests found the staff to be very friendly
  • Delicious food
Very Good 4.0 /5Guest Reviews CallBookMore Details
Hotel Locanda Cairoli
Piazza Benedetto Cairoli 2, Rome, 00186 Italy
  • Luxurious 5-star Downtown property
  • 15 sleeping rooms in hotel
  • Almost all guests said rooms were clean enough
  • Rooms are not good
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Hotel Navona
Via Dei Sediari 8, Rome, 00186 Italy
  • Mid-scale Downtown property
  • Hotel has 4 suites
  • Furniture needs more attention
  • Breakfast prices were ok, according to 50%
Very Good 4.0 /5Guest Reviews CallBookMore Details
Hotel Duca D'alba
Via Leonina 14, Rome, 00184 Italy
  • Midscale Downtown hotel
  • 27 rooms in hotel
  • About half of guests thought they were poorly maintained
  • Bar opposite
Fh Grand Hotel Palatino - Rome Via Cavour 213, Rome, 00184 Italy
  • Expensive Downtown property
  • Complimentary breakfast is offered
  • Beds were acceptable for 62%
  • Disappointing internet connection
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Hotel Dei Borgia in Rome Via Palermo 20, Rome, 00184 Italy
  • Midscale Rural property
  • Hotel has 2 floors
  • New rooms
  • Wellness & sports facilities were not very nice
Hotel Barberini : Via Rasella 3
Via Rasella 3, Rome, 00187 Italy
  • 4 star Downtown hotel
  • 7 floors in hotel
  • WiFi a bit dodgy
  • The majority of guests liked the proximity to sightseeing
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Travel overview of Rome, Italy

Rome has been one of the world's strongest beacons, with an empire that spans 2500 years. At present, Italy's capital remains to be one of the world's most visited cities, with attractions that blur the timeline. Millions of religious devotees congregate to the city annually, as Rome, alongside with the Vatican, still hold the Seat of Papacy. Tourists can visit the remnants of the Ancient, Medieval, Renaissance and Baroque periods by touring the city's busy thoroughfare. Guests can wander under Michelangelo's paintings at the Sistine Chapel, or see the majestic architecture that depicts St. Peter's Basilica. A treasure trove of museums crowns the city's streets, with the Vatican Museums, Musei Capitolini, and the Galleria Borghese housing the immaculate works of the Caravaggio, Bernini, and many others. Tourists should not pass visiting the scenic Colosseum, one of the wonders of the ancient world. Apart from the Pantheon, the ruins of the Catacombs and the Roman Forum give tourists a glimpse of Rome's former glory. Although golden chariots have long been gone, tourists can still step back in time, with a pouch from Via Condotti in hand.

'It is easier to find men who will volunteer to die, than to find those who are willing to endure pain with patience.”
Julius Caesar, the best known Roman Emperor, is often quoted with these words that he is supposed to have used while addressing the people of Rome, asking them to stand up to injustice and fight. 
These words form the essence of what Rome used to be – a city around which half of the world revolved for a good part of a millennium. A city where Christianity decided to reside and thrive. A city where every nook and cranny is testament to one historic anecdote or other. A city where tourists flock to see an eyeful of the ancient marvels created by men of virtue, follies and ambitions. A city where pious bow their head down to feel humbled at the feet of their Lord. A city that never turns anyone down. 

Tourists who are actually thinking of visiting Rome soon, should make it a point to get to know about the twisted history of this city that has forged history itself. There is a lot to be learnt, a lot to be known, a lot to be understood and even more to be actually seen. In that spirit of discovery, patience and desire to seek knowledge, you would probably stumble upon the very soul of Rome. That would probably be the highest point of your life as a traveler. 

Cheap Hotels in The Holy City 

There's no city that has better familiarity with tourism than Rome. People around the world have harboured the ambitions of visiting Rome at least once in their lifetime for over two millennia. In that sense, Rome is the very first tourism hotspot in the world. 

With that said, many tourists would proceed to imagine that finding cheap hotels in Rome would be an uphill task that would result fruitlessly. Reality couldn't be more different. 

There are over 500 cheap hotels to be found in Rome if tourists are willing to trade off comfort for convenience. The Modern City Center – the heart of Rome in its present state – is far too expensive for tourists to look for an affordable hotel. So, the outskirts of the city is where such a hotel can be easily found and booked. 

Among various budget hotels in Rome, Raffaello Hotel is perhaps the best known. Not really cheap by standards of other cities, Raffaello Hotel is still quite fairly priced for its location and history. 

Hotel Opera Roma and Hotel De Monti are similarly priced, but slightly less ornate examples in this category. 

Luxury Hotels in Rome 

For the seekers of joy and comfort of the highest order, Rome has many luxury hotel and resort establishments on offer. These would, however, cost much higher than similar luxury establishments in other parts of the world. 

Via Veneto is a prime location for such luxury places, housing over two dozen top notch hospitality brands in one neighborhood. Quite interestingly, tourists would be thrilled to know that one of the finest movies ever made – La Dolce Vita – was shot around this neighborhood. 

Among these luxury Rome hotels, the most notable has to be Portrait Roma. A fabulous hotel by every possible definition, Portrait Roma scores a perfect tenner on every front – location, service, hospitality, luxury, decor, staff and food. 

Another name well worth a mention here is Rome Marriott Grand Hotel Flora. Operated under the world class brand of Marriott, it is finely built property that blends sophistication with modern amenities. 

JK Place and St Regis Roma are also similarly luxurious and attractive. 

Must-Visit Places in Rome 

To compile all the major attractions in Rome in one single write up is a mammoth task. That's why, only the most significant ones are listed here. Please note that hundreds of other attractions dot the streets of Rome and you should try to find more about what appeals your taste as a tourist. 

The Colosseum will probably be the first pit stop for most tourists. Featuring ancient playing and fighting arenas, it is a sight of immense grandeur and history imbibed into every brick. The Pantheon – from which countless town houses borrowed their style – stands proudly in the city center, attracting thousands of tourists each year. Churches in Rome will be difficult to cover for you as a tourist even if you make one trip to Rome each year. So, seeing the ones you personally connect with will be the best idea. 

Borghese Gallery opens up tremendous wealth of art and culture that is a treasure of the humanity as a whole. Fountain of the Four Rivers is another majestic site, now a muted witness of past glory. While you are at it, make it a point to visit some of the oldest Roman cafes and pizzerias to taste the most authentic Italian food you could every lay your hands on. 

Local Transport in Rome 

Being a capital city, Rome is quite well equipped with efficiently built and run local public transport comprising of a vast network of buses and trains. Buses run with great frequency, and a number of customisable package tours are available, eliminating your very need to travel in Rome by yourself. 

Many Rome hotels have deals with tour companies that provide these packages. So, striking a deal with your hotel manager can be a quick way to get this issue over with! 

Rome Weather: What Does it Dictate? 

The warmest month in Rome is May, and quite clearly, this is the month when most hotels in Rome charge their guests the highest fares. But a lot of activity and agreeable weather (notwithstanding the humidity) make it all worth it. 

If you wish to escape this dilemma, the weather in October and November is quite okay, as it rarely plunges below the freezing point. However, do not stay back in Rome for Christmas unless you really have to, as virtually everything doubles up in prices in the month of December. 

Recent traveler reviews of Rome, Italy

Below are reviews of the city of Rome, Italy from an actual visitor's perspective.

"Great Stay!"
Score 4.0 / 5

Everything!!! Doesn't matter which corner you turn there is something for everyone. If you haven't been then go!

Mike P., from 06-Feb-2018
"Great City"
Score 5.0 / 5

The history, good metro system, friendly cab drivers.

Jonathan G., from 17-Jun-2014
The average traveler rating of the city of Rome, Italy shown above is 4.5 out of 5 based on 2 reviews
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