Mar 22, 2019 - Mar 23, 2019
2 guests - 1 room
Where to Stay in Rome
Known as the Eternal City and with a history stretching back 2,500 years, Rome has all the attractions you'd expect from the former cultural center of the ancient world. History on every corner means there is always something worth discovering on your Roman holiday. The city's superb metro system plus an extensive tram and bus network means getting around the city has never been easier although there are numerous options if you are looking to rent a car in Rome.
Rome City Center Hotels
The heart of this thriving city is also home to some of the world's most exciting historical attractions with the chance to toss coins in the Trevi Fountain or soak up the sheer spectacle of the Colosseum just a few steps away.
A delightful boutique hotel located by the famous Spanish Steps, The Inn is a national landmark dating back over 300 years and placing you right in the middle of one of the most famous areas in the city. Designer boutiques and historic attractions such as the Trevi Fountain are easily added to the itinerary when staying in this eye-catching property.
Close to attractions like the Colosseum, the Pantheon and the Vatican, the Trevi 41 is an affordable yet romantic guesthouse option set amidst a patchwork of cobbled streets and offering modern accommodation in a historic setting.
As a cheaper option in the center of Rome, the Imperium Suite Navona provides a welcoming setting with free Wi-Fi within walking distance of the Pantheon, the Spanish Steps and Navona Square.
Fiumicino Airport Hotels
The Leonardo da Vinci International Airport at Fiumicino is Italy's busiest international airport and located around 35km west of Rome city center.
For those choosing to stay at the airport, the Hilton offers comfort and style with a free shuttle service into the Eternal City and accommodation that features free Wi-Fi and sound-proofed rooms. Some of the nearby attractions worth visiting include the historic ruins at Ostia Antica.
A stylish four-star hotel close to the airport, the Best Western offers a shuttle service between the property and the airport and is a mid-range choice for holidaymakers looking to stay outside the city and for business travellers looking for a hotel with well-equipped meeting rooms.
With only seven air-conditioned rooms, the Airport One Hotel is a cosy budget option in Fiumicino offering complimentary Wi-Fi and a limo/car service.
Rome's booming tourist industry means there are plenty of accommodation choices – for more of the city's options visit our hotel search engine and find something that suits you and your budget.
Rome is a fascinating city, an open air museum that has everything from art to adventure and great food
Lovely city, avoid the summer crowd if you want to really enjoy the ancient ruins.
Ah, the Eternal City. Rome is great even as a backpacker. I recommend walking around at night (if you feel safe, or have a male companion to walk with) as that's when you'll get the cool, calm, well-lit, and less crowded version of the city.
Went is September and the weather was amazing. Bring walking shoes and do the city on foot!