Where to stay in Rome Dropdown content? Use our area by area guide to find tucked away hotels. Discover affordable B&Bs and 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 below is based on The Rough Guide to Italy Dropdown content, your travel guide for Italy Dropdown content.
Termini Dropdown content really can work a budget, if you know where to look. It may be one of Rome's relatively run down districts, but the city centre's is only a walk away. And Termini Station is Rome's main rail hub, so it's a very well connected district.
YellowSquare hostel offers dorms and private rooms. There's a restaurant on-site as well as an outdoor lounge. Plus, you can look forward to nightly DJ sets and the WIFI is free.
Historic Hotel Artemide serves grand hotel looks on a budget. The rooms are comfortable, there's a rooftop bar and the atmosphere's friendly.
Monti is the district to choose for boho chic. Local shops, bars and restaurants exude cool, but the general vibe is laidback and charming. Basilica di Santa Maria Maggiore is here, and both the Colosseum Dropdown content and the Forum Dropdown content are near neighbours.
Cool and fresh Nerva Boutique Hotel is pure Monti down to the designer furniture and art on the walls. It's family run, very friendly, serves great breakfasts and the staff are outstanding.
The Bluehostel sits on the edge of Monti. It's known for airy rooms, and period details like wooden beams and parquet floors hint at its origin as a 17th century convent.
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Trastevere sits on the Tiber's west bank and is one of Rome's most authentic areas, yet still buzzes with restaurants and bars. It's well liked for pretty streets, cobbled alleyways and squares which are as historic as they are lively.
Hotel Santa Maria is set in 16th century cloisters close to lively Piazza Santa Maria. This haven of tranquillity has orange-tree filled courtyards and most of the rooms open on to a garden.
B&B Suites Trastevere is small, but original. Each of its five, sound-proofed, rooms is decorated with trompe l'oeil murals and has a spacious en-suite bathroom. Plus, you can look forward to homemade pastries for breakfast.
Spanish Steps Dropdown contentis all about smart shops, hotels and restaurants. Magnificent Villa Borghese, one of Rome's largest parks, is a breath of fresh air nearby. And the city centre's an easy walk away too, so this is an ideal sightseeing district and a good choice for families.
Hotel Modigliani is within walking distance of the Spanish Steps and has a pretty courtyard restaurant. The rooms here are spacious and if you book one with a private terrace you can city watch for hours.
Sleek and stylish Babuino 181 occupies two historic buildings and has the added advantage of a top floor terrace bar. Its well-designed bedrooms all come with opulent marble bathrooms and very good coffee machines.
Campo de’ Fiori was medieval Rome's heart. Today the district's best known for its lively street market, artisan workshops and quaint shops tucked into charming side streets.
Nearby, the atmospheric Jewish Ghetto has a more intimate neighbourhood vibe. It's a great area for food. Don't miss carciofi alla giudìa, deep-fried artichokes, they're a Ghetto specialty in spring.
Jb Relais Luxury sits in the Jewish Ghetto, minutes from Campo de' Fiori. The building's historic, so bedrooms mix fine period details with contemporary luxuries like chromotherapy showers and coffee machines.
Hotel Monte Cenci is close to Campo de' Fiori and the Jewish Ghetto. A good base for exploring, its bedrooms are smart and guests enjoy great views from the rooftop bar.
Testaccio sits southwest of Rome centre and it's known for edgy restaurants and new food trends. An earthy neighbourhood with an arty side, it's also where MACRO contemporary art museum makes its home. But if you want late-night drinks, Testaccio does those too.
Choose Althea Inn Roof Terrace as a base for urban exploring. This cosy penthouse B&B offers comfortable and good value rooms. Breakfast is room service and the staff are friendly and helpful.
Seven Suites is part of a restored former palazzo. The hotel's range of contemporary rooms are laid out on the 4th floor, and breakfast is served breakfast at its stylish ground floor café.
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