Where to stay in Rome? Use our area by area guide. Find tucked away hotels. Discover affordable B&Bs. Pick perfect hostels. Accommodation in Rome can be expensive. So here’s where to stay in the city. And how to stay on budget. The information in this article is taken from The Rough Guide to Italy your essential guide for visiting Italy.
Termini works a budget. If you know where to look.
It's a relatively run down area. But the city centre's a walk away. It's good for the Metro. And Termini Station is Rome's main rail hub.
YellowSquare hostel offers dorms and private rooms.
Hotel Artemide serves grand hotel looks on a budget.
Where is the best place to stay in Rome for boho chic? Monti.
The area's vibe is laidback. Shops, bars and restaurants are smart.
Monti's where to stay in Rome for the Colosseum © Shutterstock
Nerva Boutique Hotel is Monti to the core.
The Bluehostel was a 17th century convent.
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Trastevere sits on the Tiber's west bank.
Cobbled alleys buzz with restaurants and bars. The streets are pretty. And it feels authentic.
Dining in style in Trastevere © Catarina Belova/Shutterstock
Hotel Santa Maria is set in 16th century cloisters.
B&B Suites Trastevere is small, but original.
Spanish Steps is all smart shops, hotels and restaurants.
Villa Borghese is nearby. And the city centre's an easy walk. So it's an ideal sightseeing base. And a good choice for families.
Hotel Modigliani features pretty outdoor space.
Babuino 181 occupies two historic buildings.
Campo de’ Fiori was medieval Rome's heart. Now it's known for a lively market. You'll find quaint shops up side streets. And look for artisan workshops.
The nearby Jewish Ghetto's more atmospheric. The vibe's intimate neighbourhood.
It's also a great area for food. Try carciofi alla giudìa. They're deep-fried artichokes. And a Ghetto specialty in spring.
Jb Relais Luxury sits in the Jewish Ghetto.
Hotel Monte Cenci is a short walk from Campo de' Fiori.
Testaccio sits southwest of the centre. Visit for edgy restaurants and new food trends.
It's an earthy neighbourhood. MACRO is here. And it's a good place for late night drinks.
Althea Inn Roof Terrace. Good for urban exploring.
Seven Suites is set in an historic palazzo.
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