Accommodation in Rome: Selection of Best Hotels

Where to stay in Rome: Our selection of the best hotels

Are you going on a trip to Rome and wondering where to stay?

And yes, finding the ideal combination between a price that fits into your budgetthe ideal neighborhood and accessibility to public transport is not easy.

To help you find your way around, we have prepared a selection of the best hotels in Rome, classified by neighborhood. Whether you are looking for a hotel in the city center, close to the Colosseum and ancient Rome, or rather near the Vatican, you will find what you are looking for.

In addition, for each district, we give you the strong points of the place and the tourist attractions nearby.

No doubt: thanks to our advice and tips, you will find your dream hotel for a successful stay in Rome!

At the end of our article, you will also find our list of special budget hotels, to know where to stay cheap in Rome.

So, in which district to stay in Rome?

Table of Contents

In the historic center area

The historic center of Rome ( Centro Storico ) is a real living postcard, and therefore, it is the most touristic district. It brings together most of the museums, monuments or places of historical interest, including the Pantheon, the Trevi fountain or the Piazza Navona.

The streets are filled with restaurants, trattorias and ice cream parlors like the famous Tre Scalini, which are a delight for tourists.

This is the best area to stay in Rome to visit the city center.

I recommend this area for accommodation in Rome:

  • As a starting point to visit Rome on foot
  • To lose yourself in the magnificent narrow streets and soak up the baroque and classical architecture of Rome
  • To immerse yourself in Roman culture
  • If you are looking for a lively and lively neighborhood
  • If you want to stay in Rome in the city center

However, who says tourists also says noise and crowds! If you want to stay in a quiet area, you will find other options that better suit your needs later in this article.

Moreover, because of its tourist interest, it must be admitted that the historic center district is one of those where the rates for one night are the highest.

The district is the ideal place to discover:

  • The Pantheon, an ancient Roman temple built in the 1st century BC. JC
  • Piazza Navona, the largest square in Rome
  • Trevi Fountain
  • The Basilica of Sant’Agostino, masterpiece of the Renaissance style

Here is our selection of the best hotels in the historic center of Rome

Piazza Del Gesu’ Luxury Suites – from €180

Housed in a renovated 16th century building , the Piazza Del Gesu’ Luxury Suites hotel is elegant, comfortable and relatively economical.

The rooms have modern furniture and are equipped with everything you need for your comfort (including soundproof windows, ideal for a location in the heart of the city center!). Some of them overlook the city.

The hotel is ideally located in an area surrounded by typical restaurants, 600 m from Piazza Navona and 5 min walk from the Pantheon.

If you are looking for where to stay in Rome for a weekend and in the city center, given the price and its location, the Piazza del Gesu is the ideal hotel.

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Historic center districtPiazza Del Gesu Luxury Suites

Hotel Caravita – from 190€

If you are wondering where to stay in Rome to visit on foot and not take public transport, I recommend the Hotel Caravita.

Housed in a 15th century building , elegant and decorated with care, the hotel is ideally located 300 m from the Trevi Fountain, 5 min from the Pantheon and 15 min from the Colosseum.

The team takes great care and will do what is necessary to ensure your comfort: each room has modern furniture and all the services you need for a pleasant stay (Wi-Fi connection, television, toiletries, etc.) ). Some even have a jacuzzi.

You also have free access to the hotel’s outdoor relaxation area , including a spa.

In terms of price-performance ratio, the Caravita hotel is our favourite!

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Historic center district Hotel Caravita

HT6 Hotel Roma – from 260€

If you have a high budget, we recommend this 4-star hotel located near Campo de’ Fiori square.

The rooms are magnificent, with an Art Nouveau decoration, and are equipped with modern and comfortable equipment, including a spa and hammam for the most luxurious of them! Buffet breakfast is included in the price. It is hearty and composed of fresh products to give you strength to walk the cobbled streets of the historic center of Rome.

The hotel is located in the Panthéon district which is only 700 m away.

This is our recommendation for a luxury stay in historic Rome! Undoubtedly one of the best places to stay in Rome as a couple!

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Historic center area HT6 Hotel Roma

In the district of Ancient Rome

The Ancient Rome district is ideal for history buffs. Located near all the most symbolic places of Rome’s historical heritage, such as the Colosseum, the Roman Forum or the Capitoline Hill, it has the advantage of being less crowded and quieter than the historic center. It is a very nice area to stay in Rome.

Very well served by public transport, it can be the starting point for visiting other areas of the city.

I recommend this district to stay in Rome:

  • If you are passionate about archeology
  • For a leap into the past, to the times of Ancient Rome
  • To get lost in the alleys and discover hidden and charming shops and restaurants
  • As a starting point for visiting other areas farther from the center of Rome

As the district is still fairly well preserved, the accommodation offer is more limited than elsewhere, which can lead to higher prices. If you really want to stay in the Ancient Rome district, book a hotel as far in advance as possible and don’t hesitate too long.

The district is ideal for discovering the remains:

  • From the Colosseum
  • From the Roman Forum or “Grand Forum”, the main square of Ancient Rome
  • From Trajan’s Column to the Forum
  • Temples on Capitoline Hill, one of the seven hills of Rome, the religious heart of Ancient Rome.

Where to stay in Rome in the Ancient Rome district?

Il Tempio Della Capitale – from €110

Located in the Jewish ghetto, 100 m from the Synagogue of Rome, 500 m from the Palace of Venice and 600 m from Piazza Venezia, this guest house has all the necessary comforts for a good holiday in Rome. It is located in a quiet place but where everything is accessible.

This accommodation in Rome also offers the possibility of renting bicycles, ideal for a ride in the heart of the ancient center of Rome! In our opinion, this is an excellent compromise for families who want to stay in a quiet, well-located and relatively affordable place.

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Quartier Rome antique The Temple of the Capital

Argileto Residences – €190

Located in an 18th century building, this hotel is just 600 meters from the Colosseum and a 5-minute walk from a metro station, very convenient for visiting Rome.

You will be accommodated in spacious and bright rooms with a lot of character thanks to the exposed beams and the marble floor. By booking a room at the Residenze Argileto, you can also benefit from a 1.5 hour session at the Spa and another 1 hour at the rooftop Jacuzzi (per person per day).

It’s included in the price so take the opportunity to relax on the panoramic roof terrace with jacuzzi after a day of sightseeing!

This area and the hotel are an ideal choice for visiting Rome and the Colosseum!

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Ancient Rome district Residenze Argileto

Private Apartment Colosseum – 200€

The Private Apartment Colosseum is ideal for a stay in Rome for two, or even with the family.

Located in the Monti district, a 10-minute walk from the Colosseum, it offers spacious, elegant and fully equipped apartments for rent (TV with Netflix, kitchenette with oven and coffee machine, shower with hydromassage function, etc.)

Close to the Cavour metro station, the establishment is also close to the Quirinal Palace (1 km) and the Golden House (500 m).

We highly recommend these apartments in Rome if you want to have your own kitchen to make good meals with products unearthed on Italian markets (even if the host will be sure to tell you the good restaurants in the area!) and live like the Romans!

It’s a very good plan to stay in Rome with the family for a weekend or even for 3 or 4 days.

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Quartier Rome Antique Private Apartment Colosseum

In the district of Testaccio – Ostiense, south of Rome

This district is a little out of the way and therefore benefits from very advantageous prices for accommodation in Rome for a weekend or more. It is an area in full mutation, being redeveloped, with many industrial factories abandoned and transformed into places of artistic expression.

It’s not the most popular area with tourists, but it’s definitely a cool area to stay in Rome.

I advise you to stay in this district in Rome:

  • If you don’t have a big budget but still want comfortable accommodation in Rome
  • If you want to experience authentic Roman quarter life, away from the crowds and tourist attractions
  • If you are a party animal: the area is very lively in the evening and has many trendy nightclubs and clubs

You can discover there:

  • The site of the Esposizione Universale Roma built in 1942 by Mussolini and its fascist architecture
  • The Mercato Testaccio: the main market in Rome located near the old slaughterhouses, ideal for buying typical products of Italian gastronomy
  • Eataly: a huge supermarket located near the Ostiense station and where you will also find many products of Italian gastronomy.

The best accommodations in the Testaccio – Ostiense district

Pyramid House – from 80€

A few meters from the Piramide metro station, which is convenient for exploring the rest of the city, this property offers apartments with a kitchenette. The perfect combination for concocting good meals from products bought in the many markets of the Testaccio – Ostiense district! The apartments are spacious, with bedroom, bathroom and living room.

The hotel has excellent value for money. This is our good plan for cheap accommodation in Rome in the Testaccio district.

Be careful, it is very popular with travelers and the rooms fill up quickly, so book immediately if there is availability!

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Testaccio District Ostiense Hotel Pyramid

Hotel Re Testa – from €100

In the Testaccio district, the Re Testa hotel offers bright, spacious, modern and equipped rooms with a balcony overlooking the city. Breakfast is served on the terrace of a nearby café every morning, to start the day off right!

10 minutes from Porta Portese, the largest open-air market in Rome, and 20 minutes from the Circus Maximus , you can discover the treasures of the Aventine district on foot , but also easily reach other districts (the metro station Piramide metro is 15 minutes away).

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Testaccio District Ostiense Hotel Re Testa

Hotel Abitart – from 135€

Design hotel located in the heart of the Ostiense district, not far from the station and the metro, it is the ideal starting point to visit all the districts of Rome.

You can benefit from a very generous buffet breakfast to start the day on the right foot, and taste typical dishes of Italian gastronomy in the hotel’s designer restaurant, the Estrobar.

It allows you to stay in Rome as a family or as a couple but is also ideal for single travellers.

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Testaccio District Ostiense Hotel Abitart

In the Trastevere district

The Trastevere district is one of the liveliest areas in Rome. Throughout the day, the neighborhood trattorias and bars are always full. Therefore, it is not a neighborhood that can be called quiet. In return you can eat very well and locally for cheap.

Unlike the historic center of Rome, you won’t really find any emblematic monuments to see here. It is a district much more frequented by locals than by tourists, it is good to take the time to stroll through its labyrinth of cobbled streets and admire its picturesque facades.

This district is one of the most authentic places to stay in Rome to visit quietly.

If you want to visit Rome in 3 days or more, without running everything, this is the perfect place!

Budget level, if the hotels are quite expensive, you can find many cheap alternatives such as youth hostels. It all depends on your accommodation preferences in Rome.

I recommend this area for sleeping in Rome:

  • If you want to immerse yourself in the typical and local atmosphere of Rome
  • To drink your glass of Spritz as an aperitif on the terrace
  • If you like entertainment and don’t mind the noise
  • For photography enthusiasts, the alleys being very photogenic and picturesque

In Trastevere you will discover:

  • Janiculum Hill ( Gianicolo ), which offers magnificent views of the city
  • Many churches such as the Basilica of Santa Maria in Trastevere or the Church of Santa Cecilia in Trastevere

Accommodation in the Trastevere district

Sonnino Suite – from €100

The hotel is located right in the Trastevere district, right next to the Basilica of Saint Mary of Trastevere and Tiberina Island. On the practical side, the tram passes just below if you are tired of walking. And there are also many restaurants nearby so you don’t have to go too far in the evening to eat well.

The rooms are spacious, elegant and well soundproofed, which is an important point for accommodation in this district of Rome.

If you need any information to discover Rome, don’t hesitate to ask the staff, who are very pleasant and helpful.

This is the right plan to stay in Rome in an authentic and friendly neighborhood.

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Trastevere District Sonnino Suite

Rhea Silvia Luxury Rooms – from 135 €

Located in the heart of Trastevere, the property is also close to Piazza Navona and the Pantheon (20 minutes on foot), as well as Piazza Campo de’ Fiori (1 km). 2 steps from very good restaurants to have fun in the evening, after a day of visiting Rome.

Rhea Silvia Luxury Rooms offers complete and equipped guest rooms that will satisfy all travelers. The rooms are spacious and comfortable, decorated in a modern style.

The welcome is excellent, with welcome gifts and hosts always at your disposal and full of good advice for visiting Rome.

It is our favorite for its price/performance ratio for accommodation in Trastevere.

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Quartier Trastevere Rhea Silvia Luxury Trastevere

The VOI Donna Camilla Savelli Hotel – from €250

Housed in a former monastery, with an interior garden, a terrace with a view of the city, and designed by a Baroque architect, the 4-star hotel VOI Donna Camilla Savelli has everything to seduce.

Breakfast (with vegan options) is included in the room rate and served on the terrace in summer. The rooms also include all the classic services (Wi-fi, air conditioning, television, etc.) We recommend it if you like picturesque establishments!

It is located close (5 minutes) to the Basilica of Santa Maria in Trastevere, and in a 10-minute walk, along the Tiber, you are in the Vatican. The historic center of Rome is also easily accessible on foot via Ponte Sisto.

If you are looking for a nice hotel full of charm in the Trastevere district, I recommend you book now.

It’s the ideal setting for sleeping as a couple in Rome for a romantic weekend!

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Quartier Trastevere YOU Donna Camilla Savelli Hotel

In the Vatican area, Borgo and Prati

Staying in the Vatican district is a very good strategic choice to visit the City of the Pope, but tourism obliges, the district is very popular and the prices are high! This is why we are expanding the area to the neighboring districts, the Borgo and the Prati, which are more affordable and can be a good alternative to staying a little cheaper around the Vatican.

The Vatican district is ideal for accommodation in Rome:

  • To avoid long queues when visiting the main tourist points of the Vatican
  • If you are looking for a quiet, residential atmosphere away from the bustle of central Rome
  • For art lovers who will have plenty of time to visit the 11 Vatican museums…

In the Vatican district, Borgo and Prati, you can discover:

  • The City of the Pope, of course: including St. Peter’s Square and its Basilica, as well as the Sistine Chapel and the many Vatican museums
  • Castel Sant’Angelo in the Borgo district, a Roman monument
  • The architectural specificities of the Prati district which contrast with the rest of the city, with its wide avenues and its Haussmann-style buildings.

Where to stay in Rome in the Vatican area?

Vatican Angels Casa Vacanze – from €105

Located just a 5-minute walk from the main Vatican museums, the Vatican Angels Casa Vacanze is, unsurprisingly, very popular with tourists who have chosen to stay in the Vatican area.

The establishment offers a modern, recent and uncluttered apartment which offers you all the comfort you will need: Wi-Fi connection, TV, four-poster bed, kitchenette equipped with dishwasher and toaster.

It is also close to the Cipro metro station (400 m), which also allows you to easily visit other areas of Rome.

There is only one! If it is available for your dates, I advise you not to wait to book it!

It is one of the best value for money for the Vatican area in Rome.

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Vatican Quarter Vatican Angels Holiday House

San Pietro Suites – from 130€

Located just 300 meters from the Vatican and a 15-minute walk from Castel Sant’Angelo, its location is ideal for visiting Rome.

The rooms are comfortable and tastefully decorated, the breakfast is plentiful and served in the room, the mini bar is restocked every day with cold drinks and it is included in the price, the staff speaks French and is very helpful, in short, only positive points!

Add to that the view of the Vatican from some rooms and a bottle of chianti offered on arrival, and you will have the perfect hotel to stay in the Vatican district.

Last point, its price/performance ratio is exceptional for this district of Rome!

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Quartier Vatican San Pietro Suites

Residenza Paolo VI – from €250

This 4-star hotel enjoys an excellent location for visiting the Vatican. It is located just a few meters from St. Peter’s Square and a 15-minute walk from the Vatican Museums.

Housed in a former monastery, the hotel offers elegant rooms with parquet floors, hangings, antique furniture and large rugs on the floor. You will be able to experience sleeping in a convent in Rome but in a luxury and modern version!

Breakfast is served as a buffet, you will find a wide choice of savory and sweet. You will have the chance to have a snack or a drink on the terrace with a panoramic view of the Vatican.

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Vatican Quarter Paul VI Residence

In the Villa Borghese district, north of Rome

This district is a cultural hotspot in Rome, with many museums and art galleries.

It is quite busy, both by tourists and locals, and is therefore quite dynamic and a little noisier than some other areas of Rome.

Paradoxically, the visit of this district is extremely relaxing because as a former expanse of greenery, it has preserved many parks and green spaces.

If you are looking for cheap accommodation in Rome, the Villa Borghese district is a good choice, the prices charged are very reasonable.

I recommend this area for staying in Rome:

  • For lovers of nature and green spaces
  • For culture lovers who wish to discover Rome from a different angle than that of Ancient Rome
  • For cinema lovers, who will appreciate the visit to the huge Casa del Cinema in the park of Villa Borghese
  • For photographers, who will find their happiness between picturesque little streets and huge parks.

The essentials of the Villa Borghese district:

  • The Villa Borghese, with its 80-hectare park and the Museo Carlo Bilotti, a contemporary art museum located in the Orangerie of the villa
  • The famous Villa Medici, which played a crucial role in Roman and European cultural development
  • The Galleria Borghese, museum housing one of the most important collections of paintings and sculptures in Rome

The best hotels in the North of Rome

Hotel Villa Porpora – from 88€

A 10-minute walk from the Galleria Borghese, this cheap hotel in Rome will appeal to art lovers who want to stay in a quiet, unpretentious establishment.

All basic services are included (Wi-fi connection, flat-screen TV, refrigerator, private bathroom, etc.) to allow you to have a pleasant stay. The hotel’s food is particularly popular with travellers.

From the hotel, many bus and tram stops are accessible to facilitate your visit to the city.

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Neighborhood Villa Borghese Hotel Villa Porpora

Relais at Via Veneto – from 110€

The hotel has a very good location for this area of ​​Rome, just 100 meters from the Borghese city park.

Located in an elegant 19th century building, the Relais at Via Veneto offers modern and colorful rooms in a very pleasant setting.

The staff is adorable and will provide you with all the information for your stay in Rome. Breakfast is served at a nearby cafe.

It is our favorite for its price / performance ratio where to stay in the North of Rome.

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Villa Borghese area Relais at Via Veneto

Hotel Villa Linneo – from €180

400 m from Villa Borghese and its magnificent gardens, but also close to the historic center (20 minutes from the Trevi Fountain and the Spanish Steps ), the Hotel Villa Linneo is ideally located for sleeping in Rome for visit easily.

Lovers of greenery will be delighted: the hotel also has a garden in which to relax. The rooms are classic and elegant, with all the necessary equipment for your comfort. Some of them even have a pretty old-fashioned bathtub.

The ideal choice if you are looking for a hotel full of charm, where to stay well in Rome, in a quiet and safe area.

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Villa Borghese area Hotel Villa Linneo

In the Termini district

The Termini district is that of the station, but also the only point in the city where the two metro lines intersect, so it is very convenient in terms of transport. Another advantage: the prices are very affordable and this is therefore its main advantage.

However, it remains quite out of the way and it will be difficult to do everything on foot from the hotel if you are staying there, hence the convenience of being next to the metro. The area itself is not really of interest to tourists, but to sleep there on the cheap, it’s perfect!

I advise you to stay in the Termini district in Rome:

  • If you are looking to save on the price of accommodation
  • As a starting point to visit the city by public transport

To see in the Termini district:

  • Religious monuments like the Basilica of Santa Maria Maggiore

Here is our selection of the best accommodation in the Termini district

The Central Domus Roma – from €100

This apartment has a unique rustic charm : located in a 19th century building , it also has antique furniture, ceiling frescoes, a fireplace, and a balcony overlooking the Acquario Romano.

In addition to this rustic aspect, it is very modern, with two flat-screen televisions, a hydromassage shower, and a brand new and fully equipped kitchen.

It is located 1.2 km from the Colosseum and 450 m from the Basilica of Santa Maria Maggiore.

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Termini District Central Domus Rome

The Vinci House – from €120

The Vinci House is located 200 m from the Basilica of Santa Maria Maggiore, one of the tourist spots in the Termini district, but also 700 m from the Domus Aurea and 1 km from the Colosseum.

The rooms are well equipped and have everything you need for comfort. Note, the very warm welcome of the host, who will not hesitate to provide advice and tips to optimize your stay in Rome!

In terms of services / price, it is the best choice where to stay in Rome, at Termini.

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Termini District Vinci House

The Roman Holidays Boutique Hotel – from 180€

If you have a little more budget, we advise you to book this boutique hotel.

The rooms are luxurious and well decorated, which is more pleasant than sleeping in a classic room! Some rooms have a spa, others have a magnificent view of the city.

Its location is quite central, 200m from the Basilica of Santa Maria Maggiore and 900m from Piazza Barberini and the Quirinal Palace, but you also have the option of renting bicycles to visit the city from another angle!

Another good point: the rooms are very quiet despite the proximity to the train station.

This is the ideal hotel where to stay in Rome as a couple!

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Quartier Termini Roman Holidays Boutique Hotel

Accommodation on a Budget in Rome

Where should you sleep in Rome when you are on a tight budget?

We have recommended several options for accommodation in Rome depending on your expectations and location requirements. If your budget is more limited, here are some addresses where you can find cheap accommodation in Rome:

  • L’Ostello Des Artistes is not a hostel like the others: the rooms are spacious and decorated in a rustic way. We quickly forget that this is a hostel! It offers private or dormitory rooms, from €23 per night. The staff is very welcoming and the two metro lines as well as the train station are located a few minutes away, which is convenient for getting around the city. A very good choice where to stay in Rome for cheap.
  • If you have a car, Camping Village Rome is a good compromise as it is located on the outskirts. It allows you to rent chalets or bungalows from only €30 for the night! Knowing that the accommodations are modern, clean, and contain everything you need for your comfort, it is a very good value for money. You can reach the Vatican in just 15 minutes. On top of that, you can enjoy the campsite’s swimming pool! The best place to stay in Rome with the family on the cheap and a good plan to stay around Rome.
  • In the Termini district, the RomeHello is a very suitable, comfortable youth hostel, with a generous breakfast buffet, and very friendly staff. Located 1 km from the Trevi Fountain and a few minutes from a metro station, it is quite central and will allow you to do all the visits you want without worrying about transport. And it has the advantage of offering very economical prices, from €38 per night for a bed in a dormitory. A good place to stay in Rome on the cheap.
  • Casa Romagraziosa is a 44 m² apartment that can accommodate up to 3 people, for 40€. It is located in the Trionfale district so a bit out of the way, but a free shuttle service from the Battistini metro station is set up on request. Besides the fact that you will own your own apartment, it offers the advantage of having a balcony and being located in a very quiet area. A good plan where to stay cheap in Rome!
  • Slightly more expensive but much better located (in the Monti district), the Nostromondo Apartments Rome City Center apartments are very popular with tourists and are generally quickly full. The apartments and studios are at 4 different addresses, be careful when choosing yours. However, they all enjoy an ideal location: some are a 10-minute walk from the Colosseum and the Roman Forum while others are close to Piazza Navona. The apartments are equipped with modern equipment, with washing machine and microwave oven, all for 50€ per night. An excellent solution for cheap accommodation in the center of Rome.

What is the best hotel in Rome?

If you are looking to stay in the best hotel in Rome, I recommend the HT6 Hotel RomaIt is clearly one of the most beautiful luxury hotels in Rome and it is located right in the historic center, the best area to visit Rome on foot.

Hotel in Rome with swimming pool

If you are looking for a hotel with a swimming pool in Rome, here is a selection of the best accommodations:

  • In the Ancient Rome district: The Mercure Roma Centro Colosseo is a central Rome hotel with a rooftop pool offering views of the Colosseum. Clearly one of the best views you can get from a swimming pool in Rome!
  • Between the Vatican district and the Trastevere district : The Gran Melia Rome – The leading hotels of the world is a luxury hotel in Rome with 2 outdoor swimming pools: one reserved for the wellness center and a large swimming pool in the garden. The setting is magnificent and the location perfect for visiting Rome.
  • In the Trastevere district: The grand Hotel Gianocolo has 2 gardens and a huge outdoor swimming pool where you are sure to swim in peace. It also has a rooftop terrace for breakfast with a view of St. Peter’s Basilica. If you are looking for a nice hotel in Rome with a large swimming pool, this is the best choice.
  • In the Termini district: The Building hotel has a magnificent spa with indoor pool and an outdoor pool. To top it all off, the hotel is brand new and therefore offers modern and comfortable rooms.

Accommodation in Rome: The summary table of the best hotels

So that you have a better idea of ​​the hotels in Rome, whether in the city center or elsewhere, I have made a table that summarizes all those I am talking about in this article.

FAQ: Questions about accommodation in Rome

Where to stay in Rome?

To visit Rome, it is best to stay in the historic center (Centro Storico), and why not on the side of Ancient Rome, if you want to be close to the Colosseum.

Where to stay in Rome as a couple?

If you are traveling to Rome as a couple, I recommend that you stay at the Gran Melia hotel, located near the Vatican. This is one of my favorite hotels in Rome!

Where to stay in Rome with the family?

The “Private Apartment Colosseum“, located near the Colosseum is an excellent choice for a family stay!

What is the best area to stay in Rome?

Here are the best areas to stay in Rome according to your desires:

  • Visit : the best area to stay in Rome is the Centro Storico.
  • Discover local life, I recommend the Trastevere district, very nice to explore on foot!
  • Find a budget hotel: In this case, the Termini station area or Testaccio – Ostiense are excellent choices for cheap accommodation in Rome
  • Visiting the Vatican: In this case, you will have to choose to stay in the Vatican districts of course, or in those adjacent to Borgo and Prati. I have given you the best hotels in this guide.

And you, where do you plan to stay during your trip to Rome?

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