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- Hotel Canada, BW Premier Collection by Best WesternVia Vicenza 58, Rome, RMGet Rates4/5Very Good! (3 reviews)
- Tirreno HotelVia San Martino Ai Monti 18, Rome, RMGet Rates4/5Very Good! (1 review)
- Hotel Tiber FiumicinoVia Della Torre Clementina 276, Fiumicino, RM
The price is $65 per night from Jan 22 to Jan 234.2/5Very Good! (16 reviews)
- Hotel Isola Sacra Rome AirportVia Della Scafa 416, Fiumicino, RM
The price is $59 per night from Jan 20 to Jan 214.4/5Excellent! (18 reviews)
- Hotel SeccyVia delle Scuole 32, Fiumicino, RMGet Rates4.1/5Very Good! (9 reviews)
- iQ Hotel RomaVia Firenze, 8, Rome, RM
The price is $92 per night from Jan 23 to Jan 244.9/5Exceptional! (18 reviews)
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- Anantara Palazzo Naiadi Rome HotelPiazza Della Repubblica, 47, Rome, RM
The price is $308 per night from Jan 24 to Jan 255/5Exceptional! (6 reviews)
- Rome Cavalieri, A Waldorf Astoria HotelVia Alberto Cadlolo 101, Rome, RMGet Rates4.5/5Wonderful! (6 reviews)
- The First Roma ArteVia del Vantaggio 14, Rome, RM
The price is $356 per night from Jan 30 to Jan 315/5Exceptional! (2 reviews)
- Hotel Splendide RoyalVia Di Porta Pinciana 14, Rome, RM
The price is $258 per night from Jan 17 to Jan 184.2/5Very Good! (11 reviews)
- Hotel Majestic RomaVia Vittorio Veneto 50, Rome, RMGet Rates4.7/5Exceptional! (6 reviews)
- QC Termeroma Spa & ResortVia Portuense 2178/a, Fiumicino, RM
The price is $194 per night from Jan 31 to Feb 14.6/5Wonderful! (9 reviews)
How much is a hotel room in Rome?
Hotels in Rome start at $58 per night. Prices and availability subject to change. Additional terms may apply.
Our Guide To Best Hotel Deals In Rome
A lifelong traveler, you've spent many an hour in your journeys pondering the slower, riskier voyages of your yesteryear counterparts. You've wondered how many weeks your train ride would have taken on horseback, and visualized the city sights that would have greeted past centuries' wanderers who arrived by steamship or horse and carriage.
When you’re pondering where to stay near Rome, these imaginings are particularly palpable, as you're joining a lineage of Rome-bound travelers that dates back thousands of years. Upon your arrival, your eyes can hardly believe the cityscape before you. It seems it’s changed surprisingly little since eras past. Many have walked in your steps. From the mythical Romulus to ancient emperors, from popes to pilgrims, and contemporary fashion designers to filmmakers—all have preceded you in flocking to the Eternal City. And like your far-flung forebears, your own memories of your Roman holiday will remain eternally in your soul. Your epic Italian adventure begins with finding the perfect Rome lodging, and continues with never ending bowls of fresh spaghetti and the wondrous experience of craning your neck inside the Sistine Chapel.
Best Places to Stay in Rome
The piazzas and palazzos of Roma are calling to you, but first you’ll set down your bags at one of the top Rome hotels. Once you’re checked in and you’ve enjoyed a glass of red, you’re ready to conquer the city with the gusto of Augustus. Lots of accommodations are near Rome’s top attractions and gastronomical feats, but these are some of the best:
- Boscolo Exedra Roma, Autograph Collection: From its prime location to its opulent décor, the 5-star Boscolo Exedra Roma will make your eyes sparkle. Chandeliers and rich fabric curtains adorn your room, and the lobby feels down right palatial. Part of the hotel has a plate-glass floor, revealing lit views of subterranean ancient walls.
- Artemide Hotel: Leather headboards and wood accents give your private suite a modern feel in the middle of an ancient city. The cosmopolitan feel extends to the hotel’s spa, which has a sauna, hot tub, and plenty of lounge chairs where you can enjoy a deep breath or two. At the Ambrosia Restaurant, you’ll sink your teeth into a gnocchi or ravioli so good you may never settle for grocery store noodles again.
- Starhotels Michelangelo: Named for the famed Italian artist, this 4-star hotel near Vatican City lives and breathes by its commitment to honor Renaissance art. This endeavor shows up in the framed art, dramatic doorways, and entire walls depicting Roman architecture in your room. It’s an art-lover’s dream, and just a short walk to some of the best attractions in the city. If you need help planning your excursions, you can call upon the concierge.
- Grand Hotel De La Minerve: With Grand in the name, you know what to expect from this elegant hotel—classically contemporary rooms and suites, towering doorframes and artwork in the lobby, and fine dining on-site. Grab a bite in the Roof Garden restaurant and sip cocktails in the stately hall.
When in Rome
Your favorite hotels in Rome are near the dreamiest attractions. Stay close to the Piazza del Campidoglio, and you’re just short jaunt from its immaculately symmetrical geometry; soon you’ll be lost in the surreal experience of standing on one of Michelangelo’s creations. Other accommodations poise you for a morning trip to the spectacular frescoes and ceiling of the Sistine Chapel in the Vatican City. You have no doubt, the Eternal City and its spectacular landmarks represent the finest art and architecture in the world. Stay within a coin’s throw of the Trevi Fountain. Toss a 1 cent euro into the fountain (use your right hand and throw it over your left shoulder) and legend says you're guaranteed to return to Rome. A gamble well worth it, wise wanderer.
Rome isn’t just the capital of Italy, it’s also a hub for gastronomy and art and all the things you love. Standing before the Colosseum or the Spanish Steps, you can imagine yourself living in long gone eras, a part of the Roman Empire and residing in one of the world’s most powerful cities. When you grab Rome hotel deals from Travelocity, you may not be ruling the land like Titus but you’ll certainly be on your way to making your mark there.
Need insider tips on must-see attractions in Rome? Check out our Rome travel guide!