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10 best hotels in Rome

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Giglio Dell'opera Hotel
Termini Central Station,Rome - View on map
"Super kind and friendly staff, newly renovated modern an luxurious rooms, they even prepared a take away breakfast when we needed to leave at 4am. Such a contrast with our other "3-star" hotel in Rome. Extremely recommended!!"
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6.8

Very good

760 reviews

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$ 94
Rome Cavalieri A Waldorf Astoria Hotel
Trionfale,Rome - View on map
"its a pleasant stay although very far from tourist area (closest will be the Vatican) which can be reach in 15 minutes by a cab. we are used to centrally located hotel in rome cavalieri is not as what we expect. but all and all its a very luxurious hotel. cant believe I'll get to stay in a large room in Italy. "
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8.8

Excellent

148 reviews

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$ 418
The Hive Hotel
Termini Central Station,Rome - View on map
"Great location and food is great and so is room hygiene !"
8.8

Excellent

167 reviews

The Building Hotel
Termini Central Station,Rome - View on map
"Trendy Rome hotel, very modern. Room was really cool. Breakfast was fab, pool was fun if a little 🥶. Staff were very helpful. Proper cup of tea too!! 👍"
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8.1

Excellent

197 reviews

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$ 153
Hotel Roma Tor Vergata
Rome East,Rome - View on map
"As a newly arrived student in Rome, the hotel was located in a perfect situation - very close to the university. On top of that, I was able to use the free shuttle bus to school and the gym! It was very considerate that the room was always super clean and equipped with electric kettle/tea and TV. The staffs were very helpful and friendly. Grazie Mille! "
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8

Excellent

321 reviews

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$ 45
Crowne Plaza Rome St. Peter's
Aurelio and Monteverde,Rome - View on map
"I was personally delighted that the hotel was at par with the rest of the 4-star hotels i have stayed before, except for the location which was not located in downtown Rome, it could have been perfect, but on hindsight, its probably just the right hotel perfect for my stay as it would not appeal alluring if it were located in downtown Rome. I like the soft music brought about by the piano bar at the lobby, to mention as well its cozy ambiance and the lovely oysters at the adjacnet restaurant. I like in particular the bedsheets and pillows-their softness and purity and the number of them! plus the aroma"this works;sleeps" deep calm pillow spray and roller for nostrils, that made me want to stay in the hotel and lounge in my bed all day and night. The breakfast was surprisingly reasonable rates too. Except for the check-out procedures, which took very long as there were no other person in the counter, and even if i told the girl that we were getting into shuttle airport service, she did not prioritize us nor get help from the other personnel to accommodate the rushing clients, we were embarassed having made the other clients wait for us in the shuttle, our stay could have been flawless"
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7.5

Very good

34 reviews

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$ 141
Torino Hotel
Termini Central Station,Rome - View on map
"The Torino Hotel in Rome is located perfectly. Very close to the railway station (Termini) and within walking distance of most of the interesting places such as Fontana di Trevi, Colosseum, Place Navona, even the Vatican is not too far away. During our whole stay (in June) we had beautiful wheather which made it possible to have breakfast on the roof terrace every morning. Definitely recommended!"
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6.8

Very good

360 reviews

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$ 84
Trilussa Palace Hotel Congress & Spa
Trastevere,Rome - View on map
"Without any shadow of a doubt, this is the best hotel we have visited in the past few years. It's classy without being pretentious, has the ideal location for public transport, brilliant staff and delightful accommodation. Can't recommend highly enough! After a 2 hour delay (thanks to the total incompetence of Al Italia and Heathrow T4) we were a little stressed to say the least by the time we arrived but, after a 10 minute walk from the mainline railway station (2 stops on Tram No8) we were treated like long lost friends. The chap on the desk went into great detail explaining the hotels's spa facilities, Roma pass, nearest centre area (Travestere) another 15 minute further along the main road or a few stops on the tram. We booked a standard room on line then emailed the hotel to arrange for an upgrade to an executive superior room for and additional 40Euro per night. Well worth it! We had room 719 on the 7th floor and it backed on to the residential area so no traffic noise at all. Even the noise from Italian football fans celebrating knocking out the England team didn't get through the double glazing! The mattress appeared to be 2 singles on a double frame but it was very comfortable and welcome after the heat of central Rome. Be careful what time of year you chose to travel as we were high into the 40s for all 3 days and that was in late June. Air conditioning is controlled by reception but it's very efficient. Opening the balcony window will knock out the air con but the room cools down very quickly once it re-starts. The rooftop area is a delight and the views over Rome are superb. It's fun trying to match the sights to the various maps you'll pick up on your stay. We didn't have time to go round the Sunday market directly opposite the hotel but it looked interesting. Breakfast was varied enough and very well presented. The room is bright and airy and we were never rushed even when it was quite busy. This area is safe and perfect for escapi"
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7.9

Very good

65 reviews

Hotel Napoleon
Termini Central Station,Rome - View on map
"The hotel is situated next to a Metro station, and it is easy to reach any location in the city center. The room was really quiet."
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8.1

Excellent

208 reviews

River Palace Hotel
Flaminio and Parioli,Rome - View on map
"Overall I was pleased with the hotel. The location was great, the room was nice. We had many Sky channels on the tv in our room. The breakfast was nice in the morning too. I did have one issue though, the hotel staff told me that hotels in Rome are not allowed to give irons to their guests because of a fire in the past. I was given the option of sending my clothes to their laundry staff to iron. However, the ironing costs were far too expensive. For examples 3 euros to iron a shirt quickly adds up. If I wanted to iron mine and my wife’s outfit it would have cost more than an iron itself! If the hotel do not allow guests to take an iron to their room then perhaps they should have a laundry room which guests could use to go and iron their own clothes. "
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8.9

Excellent

89 reviews

Fast facts about Rome, Italy

Accommodations15,614 properties
Popular hotelHotel Roma Tor Vergata
Popular areaVatican
Nightly rates from$5
AirportLeonardo da Vinci-Fiumicino Airport
Reasons to visitSightseeing, Culture, Museum & arts

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Frequently asked questions

What's the average price of a hotel in Rome?

The average price for a 3-star hotel in Rome is 87 USD, the average price for a 4-star hotel in Rome is 125 USD, and the average price for a 5-star hotel in Rome is 317 USD.

What's the average price of a hotel in Rome this weekend?

The average price for a 3-star hotel in Rome this weekend is 104 USD, the average price for a 4-star hotel in Rome is 151 USD, and the average price for a 5-star hotel in Rome is 395 USD.

What's the average price of a hotel in Rome tonight?

The average price for a 3-star hotel in Rome tonight is 115 USD, the average price for a 4-star hotel in Rome is 174 USD, and the average price for a 5-star hotel in Rome is 418 USD.

What are the best hotels in Rome near Leonardo da Vinci-Fiumicino Airport?

Verified travelers to Rome who stayed near Leonardo da Vinci-Fiumicino Airport have given top reviews to Hotel Tiber, Seccy Hotel Boutique, and Hilton Garden Inn Rome Airport.

What are the best hotels in Rome near St Peter's Square?

Verified travelers to Rome who stayed near St Peter's Square have given top reviews to Starhotels Michelangelo Rome, Hotel Metropolis, and Residenza Paolo VI.

What are the best hotels in Rome near Via del Corso?

Verified travelers to Rome who stayed near Via del Corso have given top reviews to Spagna Royal Suite, Rome Style Hotel, and Hotel Mozart.

What are the most popular hotels in Rome?

Some of our most popular hotels in Rome are Hotel Independent, Augusta Lucilla Palace Hotel, and UNAHOTELS Decò Roma

What are the best hotels in Rome for couples?

Hotels in Rome that are highly rated by couples include Hotel Independent, Augusta Lucilla Palace Hotel, and UNAHOTELS Decò Roma.

What are the best hotels in Rome for families?

Hotels in Rome that are highly rated by families include Hotel Independent, Camping Village Roma, and Augusta Lucilla Palace Hotel.

What hotels in Rome have the best views?

Verified travelers to Rome have given top reviews for the views at Hotel Independent, VOI Donna Camilla Savelli Hotel, and Hotel Tiber.

What hotels in Rome have the best breakfast?

Verified travelers to Rome have given top reviews for the breakfast at Hotel Raffaello, Rome Style Hotel, and Relais le Clarisse a Trastevere.

What's the best neighborhood in Rome to stay in?

Popular neighborhoods among travelers staying in Rome include Termini Central Station, Vatican, and Spagna.

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More about Rome

Rome is not a city that suffers from anonymity. It’s known around the world as one of the greatest cities in history, and is a favorite among travelers who find their way to this Eternal City to take part in its famous food, culture, and history.

The city is divided into several zones, making it easy and enjoyable to explore. The Coliseum, the 8th-century BC Palatine ruins, and the Roman Forum are all located close to Colosseo metro station, a short walk from the shopping of Via del Corso. In the city center, the Pantheon, the Trevi Fountain, and the Spanish Stairs are all within a ten-minute stroll of each other. The Piazza Navona, nestled by the Tiber, is also close – just south of Vatican City.

Termini is Rome's arterial train junction. Collecting passengers from Paris and various points around Italy, it's a hub of activity 24 hours a day. Hotels near Termini provide convenient accommodation to train travelers and those taking the express rail link to Leonardo da Vinci-Fiumicino Airport. Travelers will find buses, metro links and taxis in abundance here, along with plenty of affordable dining, shopping centers and markets. Offering stunning experiences for all the senses, Rome truly is a city that must be explored at least once.

There’s much more to see and learn about Rome, and the interactive map on this page is a great way to find out where the attractions and hotels can be found in this exciting city.