Rome: Accommodation

The Eternal City


Hotels in Rome

Once in the eternal city, you won't have to look far to find luxury 4 and 5 star hotels dotted around its ancient streets. Some of the hotels in Rome are the most accredited hotels in Europe and, not surprising, the most expensive. If you're not looking for a hefty bill at the end of your week stay, why not look into other accommodation options - B&B's and hostels in Rome are of a similar stature to some of the best in Europe.

Choosing a hotel in Rome - Once you have booked flights, the next step is to book your accommodation. Booking as far in advance as possible will give you the biggest choice of hotels and prices. Rome is a relatively expensive city for accommodation, and hotels are heavily-booked. Costs start at around €50 for a single room in a budget B&B (read reviews before committing yourself); a standard double room in a central three star starts at around €120 per night; a four-star is likely to cost between €160 and €300 and the sky is the limit if you're looking for luxury accommodation.

Where should I stay in Rome?

- The central area of Rome is not huge, and a fit person can travel between the town's tourist attractions on foot. However, it can be very tiring trekking around the streets and too much reliance on public transport may seem to waste valuable “relaxation time” and become expensive. So it's worth taking some time to consider what would be the best area for you to stay in. You'll undoubtedly have a great stay, wherever your accommodation, but hotel location is bound to make a difference to your Rome experience.

Bed and Breakfast

Bed and Breakfast in Rome

Bed and breakfasts in Rome are an affordable, comfortable and enjoyable alternative to hotels. Most B&Bs in Rome are located close to or within the city centre and are never far from public transport links. From charming budget B&Bs to more elegant rooms and luxury B&B apartments, bed and breakfast accommodation in Rome caters for most budgets and tastes. B&Bs are also an excellent option for families with children in Rome who don't need the privacy of hotel rooms or for those who want a taste of Italian hospitality and culture first hand.


Apartments in Rome

There number of self catering and fully catered apartments for rent in Rome, most of which are located in the heart of the city and close to the main sights and attractions in Rome. These apartments can accommodate between 2 and 6 people in the same party and most come with kitchens or small kitchenettes. Holiday Apartments in Rome are an excellent alternative to hotels in terms of privacy, size and cost. They are ideal for families and groups.


Hostels in Rome

Hostels in Rome are few and far between, but they can be found. Best booked at least a month in advance, Rome hostels are a popular choice among backpackers, students and other travellers on a tight budget. The majority of hostels in Rome are located in the city, within walking distance of all major sites and attractions. The majority of hostels are clean, comfortable and friendly, although you stumble across the odd one that is not up to standard. Hostels in Rome are an excellent option for groups, students and couples on a budget.

Self Catering Accommodation

Self Catering Accommodation in Rome

Self Catering Accommodation is an ideal option for those looking for a more localised experience of Rome. Among over 500 self catering apartments in Rome and 1500 accommodation all over Italy, you can spend your next holiday in Rome in your ideal furnished accommodation: whether you are looking for luxury apartments, family apartments, studio apartments or a luxury villa in Rome, self-catering accommodation in Rome caters for all budgets and tastes. Book your self catering accommodation in Rome in advance to ensure you book a good-sized apartment in a prime location.

Guest Houses

Guest Houses in Rome

Guest houses in Rome are a great alternative to hotels and are an ideal option for families, couples, groups and travellers on a medium-budget. Although the majority are cheaper than hotels, guest houses in Rome offer similar facilities and services including a full in house breakfast, laundry service and room service. If you prefer the luxury of a hotel, you can also find exclusive Guest Houses in the heart of Rome that are of the same stature.