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Air Rooms Rome Airport by HelloSky
Fiumicino Airport,Rome - View on map
"We did stopover in Rome for one night before driving to Napoli. Hotel was easy to find and car rental was just around the corner. Reasonably priced breakfast and helpful staff. Very convenient for those arriving in the evening "
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8.4

Excellent

135 reviews

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$ 163
Palladium Palace Hotel
Termini Central Station,Rome - View on map
"The hotel is only a 3 minute walk to Roma Termini train station therefore it makes it so much more convenient to travel to anywhere in Italy by train and hop in and out of the airport train. There are many shops, restaurants, and the main attractions in Rome are walkable from 15-20 mins. The hotel itself is a bit outdated in terms of furnishings, bathroom was from the 80s, but otherwise clean. The rate is a bit expensive but the convenient location made it worth it to stay in this hotel. "
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8.1

Excellent

323 reviews

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$ 111
The Hive Hotel
Termini Central Station,Rome - View on map
"Great location and food is great and so is room hygiene !"
8.8

Excellent

116 reviews

Hotel Artemide
Termini Central Station,Rome - View on map
"Booked a very last minute trip to Rome, and, the Artemide Hotel. For first time visitors to Rome, this hotel was in a great location on a main thoroughfare. It had easy access to Termini (train station) and the metro, as well as, taxis when needed. It was also within walking distance (a nice hike with good walking shoes) to historic attractions, as well as, groceries, fruit stands, retail shops and restaurants. We asked at the desk for a nice 'pizza' place nearby and they recommended "Target', an upscale spot a few short blocks away. The food and house wine was excellent. Our room was graciously upgraded upon check-in to a modern deluxe suite. It was spacious, clean and very quiet. European beds are firm but we found it very comfortable. The bathroom vanity was a bit small, but, the water pressure was great. There was also an in-room safe and coffee machine with nice assortment of cookies and crackers, and, yummy candy by the bedside. Surprisingly, the in-house mini-bar was stocked and everything in it was complimentary! A nice breakfast was also included in the room rate. At check-in since the room wasn't quite ready, they provided a complimentary welcome drink at their rooftop restaurant. We had a great lunch there on our last day, enjoying the chance to soak up some sun. The hotel has a cozy seating area off the lobby with beverages available throughout the day, as well as, a spa. (Note: The only downside was when the hotel called a taxi for a ride to a restaurant our first evening. Through no fault of theirs...the driver over-charged us. For an 11 euro metered fare, he took our 20, and, tipped himself 6 euros, instead of giving the correct change back! Make sure to be bold and ask for the correct change.) I would highly recommend this hotel, especially for first time visitors to Rome."
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9.2

Exceptional

467 reviews

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$ 271
Hotel Diana Roof Garden
Termini Central Station,Rome - View on map
"Hotel Diana Roma Rooftop Garden is THE BEST hotel, ever. When I first arrived in Rome, this is the first hotel which I stayed in, for 4 nights. I wanted to extend my stay here, but they were fully-booked so I had to leave. The views from the rooftop garden of this hotel are simply breathtaking. And that makes up for the not-so-impressive views from some of the bedroom windows. Who cares when you can go up to the rooftop and look over Rome, anyway? The flowers on the rooftop garden smell like perfume. The first time I walked up there, I wondered who's expensive perfume was filling up the environment. Then I realized it was the beautiful flowers! There is a viewing "tower" in the garden which you can climb up (a spiral staircase) and look over the rooftops of Rome! It's beautiful! Belissima! The staff of this hotel has become like my family, really. If you strike up a conversation with any of the staff working on the rooftop garden, you will quickly find a new family member! I love all the staff at Hotel Diana Roma so much, that I honestly missed everyone, when I left! And that's why I wanted to extend, in the first place! For my last days in Italy, I came back to Rome and stayed here again. I got to say goodbye to everyone, and I'm so happy that I did! The rooms are of excellent standard, and you can connect your laptop to the cable wire of the t.v. and you can use their internet connection from there, or if you don't have a laptop, you can use your t.v. to connect to the internet. Flat-screen t.v. You can figure out how to do everything by taking a look at the remote control. The buffet breakfast is a real treat, and all throughout the day you can order food and wine that you like. At nighttime, seagulls float over the rooftop garden like white paper planes with bells attached to them. It's beautiful. A beautiful experience. 100%."
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8.1

Excellent

762 reviews

Avg price per night
$ 112

Fast facts about Rome, Italy

Accommodations15,794 properties
Popular hotelHotel Roma Tor Vergata
Popular areaVatican
Nightly rates fromS$10
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.