You are dreaming about your next trip to Italy and Rome is absolutely a place for a fantastic stay. The drama is that you are not sure where to stay, if only someone could give you some advice about it… Well, that’s the reason I decided to write this post.
Many friends ask me for hotel advices, some want a cheap hotel, others prefer something more romantic for a honeymoon in Rome… It was not easy to find solutions for all of you, but in the end I guess you’ll find here what you are looking for.
Rome: from cheap accommodation to luxury hotels
Here is my list of 10 hotels, from the simplest one to the most comfy, luxurious and traditional hotel in Rome. In the end of this post there is a google map so you can have an idea of the exact position of this 10 great hotels in Rome.
What to expect: a simple and small hotel (only 3 rooms) with air conditioning and free wi-fi internet. The B&B Twice is is a 5 minute walk from Vatican City. Alison, from California, said: “What a lovely stay! By far the most comfortable, well appointed, welcoming and affordable accommodation I have experienced in Rome (and we’ve stayed at high end hotels in Rome that don’t compare). Antonio, the owner, is incredibly kind and places attention to detail. You also can’t beat the location and easy access to the metro. Thank you b&b Twice! Look forward to returning again and again!”
Address: Via Degli Scipioni 89, Vaticano, 00192 Roma
What to expect: a charming 3 rooms hotel with great service. The best thing is its location: Cenci B&B is only a 100 metres from the famous Trevi Fountain and is only 5 minuts walking to the closest subway station. Even if it’s a small hotel, you may like the bathroom with chromo-therapy and the soundproofed rooms. Janeen from Marshfield, US said: “Excellent experience. Emmanuel was a fantastic host and the room was superior. It is nice staying where it is clean, near attractions, yet secure and quiet. Excellent service and would recommend over and over! ”
Address: Vicolo Scavolino 61, Trevi, 00187 Roma
What to expect: bright, modern, clean and comfortable stay. St. Peter Guest House offers 6 rooms and a small kitchen where you can make teas and coffees and maybe have a few small surprises. Brent, from Columbia, US said: “This was the finest accommodation we had in our 30 day tour of the EU. The bed and linens were the finest. The decorating and furnishings were stunning. The staff was warm and accommodating. The location was perfect. 2 blocks from the Vatican. 3 blocks from St. Angeles Castle and the bridge of Angels. Breakfast was good. Parking was close 2 blocks away.We will definitely be back!!! ”
Address: Via Ottaviano 98, Vaticano, 00192 Roma
What to expect: a boutique hotel that faces the Pantheon. The Albergo del Senato is a 3 star hotels with air conditioning, free internet wi-fi and soundproofed rooms. Duncan from East Grinstead, UK had a great time there: “With the Pantheon literally on its doorstep, we found the Senato an excellent base to explore Rome. The Vatican and the Colosseum are equidistant from this hotel, about 15 minutes walk. Friendly and welcoming staff who speak excellent English. Rooftop terrace with an accomplished bartender offering amazing views over the city, and a refined way to wind down after a day sightseeing. If ever we return to Rome we are sure to stay here. ”
Address: Piazza della Rotonda 73, Pantheon, 00186 Roma
What to expect: a new 3 star hotel with opulent design features, really clean, fresh rooms and bathrooms near the Colosseum.Richard, from Oxford, UK describes the hotel as a “very Baroque and stylish, tucked away in a quiet but convenient location. Staff were very friendly, spoke excellent English and were always ready to give good advice.”
Address: Via Marco Aurelio 37A, Colosseo, 00184 Roma
What to expect: a beautiful and renovated four star hotel in the heart of Rome (only a few steps away from Piazza Navona). It is a little on the expensive side of Rome but worth it for location, cleanness, design and overall quality. Charles from Apex, US said: “The hotel was clean, modern and in a good location for sightseeing. The staff were all friendly and helpful. The breakfast was a high point, with ample selections of eggs, meats, cheeses, breads, fruit, juices and coffees. Although our room was small by American standards, it was adequate for our needs. The rooftop terrace was a nice place to relax with a glass of wine after a day of sightseeing. ”
Address: Piazza Del Paradiso 68, Navona, 00186 Roma
What to expect: comfortable and well equipped rooms, helpful staff, free wireless and complimentary drinks included. The Artemide is a 4 star hotel set in a 19th-century building. Here is what Glenn from Barnsley UK said: “the staff were prompt and efficient in answering any query, displaying excellent manners.The free in-room mini-bar was great, as was the location, on well served bus routes and 5 mins from the metro. The welcome drink on the roof bar was lovely and the breakfast plentiful and well organised. We would definitely stay again and recommend this hotel. ”
Address: Via Nazionale 22, Stazione Termini, 00184 Roma
What to expect: This is a very central 5 star hotel, that offers friendly sevice and is relatively cheap. Staff are excellent, polite and helpful. Nicholas from Dunmow, UK had a nice celebrating time there his girlfriend: “The staff were very accommodating and looked after us very well, including a surprise bottle of bubbly for my girlfriend as we were celebrating her 21st birthday in Rome. The hotel itself was amazing, the rooms were classy with modern design features that you could boggle at for days. An amazing experience of outstanding luxury. ”
Address: Via V. Veneto 155, Via Veneto, 00187 Roma
What to expect: a great 5 star hotel near Piazza Navona in the central area of Rome. Barbara from Wisconsin, US approved the hotel: “The location right off of the Piazza Navonna was great. The rooftop bar and restaurant were excellent ( we had our best meal in Italy there) and the views of the city at sunset and night were beautiful. The hotel was very comfortable, good air conditioning, comfortable beds with adjustable positions. We received an upgrade to the executive floor. The room was fairly large for Italy with great bathrooms with wonderful waterfall showers and high quality amenities. The room had a minibar, flat screen tv and good lighting and fairly large closet and dresser. We had a welcome basket and large bottles of water each day along with chocolates, robes and slippers and turn down service each evening. The hotel was small, quiet, with beautiful art work and we felt secure with electronic locks and a room safe. The staff were personable and attentive. The breakfast buffet was diverse and the coffee good. Would definitely return when in Rome. ”
Address: Largo Febo, 2, Navona, 00186 Roma
What to expect: Rome’s first deluxe hotel, St. Regis provides opulent interiors ranging in style making it the ideal choice for a superior stay in Rome. In 2011 it was included in the World’s 500 Best Hotels by Travel and Leisure, and it has received many awards throughout the years. This is probably even more beautiful than St. Regis Florence (do you remember we wrote about it?). Here is what Dorothea from California, said: “Loved this hotel!! Perfect location!! It is stunningly gorgeous!! Our room was spacious and perfectly well appointed. We needed to extend our stay and they accomodated us with the same rate. Concierge was knowledgeable of the city and directed us to the wonderful places to visit and restaurants to dine. The chocolate left in the room, the free bottled water as well as the bowl of fruit left by the hotel manager was such in great taste!! Impeccable service!! We will be returning again. Hopefully very soon. ”
Address: Via Vittorio Emanuele Orlando 3, Stazione Termini, 00185 Roma
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