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Featured Rome Hotels

From ancient temples to recently excavated ruins, the city of Rome is a delectable feast for all lovers of history, philosophy and human progress. With world class art that spans the ages, bustling piazzas, an excess of excellent shopping opportunities and numerous high tech companies, Rome has something to offer for just about every kind of visitor. Make the most of your trip to this historic city when you book into one of our boutique Rome hotels.

As the former seat of the Roman Empire and the centuries long center of Catholic culture, Rome boasts more historic and cultural landmarks than you can possibly visit in one trip. Envision the gladiators charging across the Colosseum. Imagine senators orating in the Roman Forum and emperors meandering across Palatine Hill. Gasp at the sheer perfection of the circular opening atop the ancient Pantheon. Ogle the vast collection housed in the Vatican Museum, as well as Michelangelo's penultimate paintings in the Sistine Chapel. Marvel at the art and architecture on display at any one of the city's 900 churches, including the iconic St. Peter's Basilica, which also provides excellent views from its dome. Toss a few coins into the Trevi Fountain for good luck, explore the Planetarium, or tour the pristine Parliament Building. Whatever kind of exploration you fancy, Rome is sure to satisfy.

While public transport is excellent, Rome is a highly walkable city, with something to discover around every corner. If you're looking for a good dose of flora and fauna, climb the hill up to Villa Borghese, which provides ample green spaces, segway rides, bike rentals and an admirable art gallery. Alternatively, head to the shops tucked into the back alleys for a little retail therapy. Via del Corso, via Condotti and via Cola di Rienzo are all excellent options for high end wares, while Piazza Navona is a must for touristy kitsch and fresh produce. The Euroma2 is another option for more of an American style shopping experience.

After all of that activity, your stomach is bound to be rumbling. Head to the Trastevere neighborhood for hip restaurants, cafes and bars; to the Jewish quarter for a uniquely Roman spin on traditional treats; or to any number of tucked away pizza joints, where the crusts are thin and the toppings are lip licking good. Afterwards, traditional gelato is a must, with many family shops tucked into unexpected places.

Once the lights go down, indulge in some top notch house wine or cocktails in the Testaccio neighborhood, where there's always live music on. The San Lorenzo district, which is near the university, draws a younger crowd, while there are some great pubs near the railway station. The Auditorium and the Parco della Musica both curate excellent musical guests, while the Teatro dell'Opera is sure to impress with its world class performances.

Discover all that this distinctly modern ancient gem has to offer with a stay in a boutique hotel in Rome, where style and comfort come first. With unbeatable amenities and an attentive staff, you'll always feel rested, relaxed and ready to take on all of this amazing city's adventures.

Latest Rome Hotel Reviews

Awesome customer service!
By BigAl1965
I think that it is important for people from the US to remember that hotels in Europe are usually different than the same brand of hotel in the US. Not better or worse, just different. For example, [More] the rooms tend to be smaller, the bathrooms typically only have a small shower, they typically require a key card in a slot by the door to keep the air conditioning and the lights on, etc. Also, the breakfast choices are typically different than what you would find in a HIE in the US. I found that hotels in Italy were closer to what would be found in the US versus an HIE in the Netherlands, for example. With all that in mind when I review a hotel outside the US I consider what it usual and customary for that country. However, one thing should be standard regardless of what country it is in -- customer service. Every single person we dealt with at this hotel was very friendly and on a few occasions we found ourselves just sitting down there by the front desk chatting with the front desk agents. Two people come to mind as being exemplary, although I want to be clear that ALL were awesome. Federica is one of the managers I believe and she is so nice. The gentlemen working with her the night we checked in I believe was named Constanzo (I'm so sorry if I got his name wrong). He was a lot of fun to chat with as well. Even the gentlemen who I believe was the manager was very nice and friendly. We found this to be a good place from which to explore Rome from. Either take the hotel shuttle or drive to the underground station (parking is 1,50 euros for 12 hours I believe) and take the train to central Rome. If you want awesome Italian food there is a pizza place within easy walking distance called Rosso Margherita (ask the front desk for directions), or if you don't mind a 15 minute walk there is a restaurant called Scaramouche which is REALLY good! They even gave us a 10% discount when we mentioned we were guests at the HIE. The customer service at this hotel was definitely above average, and I would stay here again if in the Rome area again. [Less]
Crowded Breakfast
By disneyhousedad
Of course by the title, you would think that I was bothered by that, but I wasn't. I have travelled for work for 15 years and stayed at many holiday inns. Never have I seen a breakfast buffet that [More] was not crowded. I only mentioned it because there was a Chinese tour group there at the same time as us and it seemed like no matter what time I went down for breakfast, there was 50-100 older Chinese people all over the place. Lol! Anyway, I enjoyed the buffet because they had some nice fresh local bread which was delicious. They definitely recognized me at check in and gave me drink coupons, so I basically had 1 drink per night I was there on the house! Nice! The staff even went out of there way to find me an Italian beer to drink because I wanted to select only local food and drink as much as possible. Neighborhood was pretty good (not the worst and not the best either). The hotel was not close to anything really, but as I drove instead of relying on public transportation, it was not too much of an issue. It may have actually been more of a hassle to drive, since I had to find parking wherever I went and that is not easy in Rome. The garage was under the hotel and was secured by a key card controlled gate access. Definitely saw roaches in the garage, but never in our room, so that was good. The room was adequate, but small (same as everywhere in Europe). Shower was nice but since I am a large man, it was a bit difficult fitting into the tiny shower. No problem though, because as I said, it's Europe, so stuff is going to be smaller. It was quiet the whole time we were there, though they seemed to be at capacity. Overall it was a good choice in Rome as long as it is not important for you to be within walking distance of the Coliseum/Trevi Fountain/etc. [Less]
Great place to stay. Staff so friendly and helpful.
By GerryH66
Would highly recommend this hotel. Don't be put off by the exterior car park (a bit shabby) or some of the surrounding streets. It's a 15 mins walk to the nearest tram station and a much longer [More] walk to the nearest metro station (drive to it and park for E1.50 for 12 hours instead). Staff (reception and breakfast staff) went out of their way to be helpful. We would definitely stay here again. [Less]
Nice enough hotel
By zxasqw123
We only stayed 1 night due to airport arrival time (late) and not wanting to drive that late. Hotel met our needs. Air con was rather loud, but functional. Shuttle service from airport is not [More] often enough (ended up getting a taxi or face an hour and a half wait). [Less]
Nice Hotel for business travellers
By Ali-TPB
Nice hotel, good services and acceptable food in restaurant. I can only say that the red wine quality was not good. [Less]
Tired hotel
By Nickmw
Stayed again as it a hotel in a convenient position. It's ok but rather tired and in need of a revamp. [Less]
Comfortable and clean
By Lilydog26
It is a clean and comfortable stay outside the city center. The shuttle does not have the best hours in terms of frequency but it was a good stay for what we needed. [Less]
Great staff
By Mary8745
The front desk was super helpful and friendly. The breakfast was amazing. The rooms were clean and it was a very comfortable stay. [Less]

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