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Rome Hotels

Featured Hotels in Rome

  • InterContinental Rome Ambasciatori Palace

    InterContinental Rome Ambasciatori Palace

    Via Vittorio Veneto 62
    Rome, 00187, Italy
    • Parking
    • Pets Allowed
  • Six Senses Rome

    Six Senses Rome

    Piazza di San Marcello
    Rome, 00187, Italy
    • Pet Friendly
    • Spa
    You will be leaving to book directly with this hotel's website.
  • Hotel Indigo Rome - St. George

    Hotel Indigo Rome - St. George

    Via Giulia 62
    Rome, 00186, Italy
    • Spa
  • Crowne Plaza Rome - St. Peter's

    Crowne Plaza Rome - St. Peter's

    Via Aurelia Antica 415
    Rome, 00165, Italy
    • Parking
    • Pool
    • Pets Allowed
    • Spa
  • Holiday Inn Rome - Eur Parco Dei Medici

    Holiday Inn Rome - Eur Parco Dei Medici

    Viale Castello Della Magliana 65
    Rome, 00148, Italy
    • Parking
    • Pool
    • Pets Allowed

Travel Guide

Headed on a Trip to Italy? Live La Dolce Vita with This Complete Guide to Rome.

A visit to Rome, the Eternal City, promises to wow you with its history, architecture, incredible cuisine, and captivating culture. Steeped in over two millennia of history, Rome stands as a living testament to the grandeur of the ancient world, with iconic landmarks like the Colosseum and Pantheon transporting visitors back in time. But the city isn't just a feast for the eyes—its culinary delights are equally enticing, with pasta dishes you’ll savor from the first noodle to the last, artisanal pizzas, and creamy gelato awaiting foodies at every trattoria and gelateria.

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Here are some essential travel tips to make the most of your time in the Eternal City:


Plan ahead. Rome is a popular tourist destination, especially during peak seasons. To avoid long lines and crowded attractions, consider booking tickets for major sites like the Vatican Museums, Colosseum, and Borghese Gallery in advance.


Pack comfortable shoes. Rome's cobblestone streets can be charming but challenging to navigate, so be sure to wear comfortable walking shoes. When visiting religious sites like St. Peter's Basilica and the Vatican Museums, remember to dress modestly. Avoid wearing shorts, sleeveless tops, or clothing that exposes too much skin.


Keep dining etiquette in mind. When eating at restaurants in Rome, remember that service is typically included in the bill. Tipping is appreciated but not required. And no need to pay the bill and rush out. It’s customary to linger over meals and enjoy the relaxed pace of Italian dining over a nightcap.


Learn a few basic Italian phrases While many Romans speak English, making an effort to speak some Italian can go a long way in enhancing your travel experience and connecting with locals.


Above all, savor the dolce vita (sweet life) of Rome. Slow down, savor a gelato, sip espresso at sidewalk cafes, and take in the beauty and charm of this timeless city. Allow yourself to get lost in its labyrinthine streets and immerse yourself in its rich history and culture.


Refresh your body and mind at this city sanctuary.

Right in the middle of the city and nestled within a historic palazzo near Piazza Navona, you’ll find Six Senses Rome, an eco-conscious hotel (the first of its kind in Rome) that combines sustainable luxury with innovative Italian design. Featuring spacious guest suites and a rooftop garden with panoramic views, everything about Six Senses Rome provides a serene getaway in the heart of the city. The spa is the true shining star, featuring a beautiful sauna and steam rooms, five treatment rooms (one for couples), a Hammam, a biohacking room, a yoga studio and meditation room, an alchemy bar, and gorgeous, modern Roman baths with three plunge pools. Once you check-in, you’ll never want to check-out.


Looking for a piece of home in pasta country?

Located in a historic century-old building on Via Veneto, the luxurious InterContinental Rome Ambasciatori Palace has elegant guest rooms and suites adorned with classic Italian furnishings and modern amenities. Guests can enjoy the rooftop terrace’s stunning city views with a cocktail in hand or get a workout in at the 24-hour fitness center. Dinner at the hotel’s restaurant, Scarpetta NYC, is a must.


Vacation like a local at this Green Key-awarded Hotel Indigo.

Set in a charming historic building overlooking the Tiber River, the boutique Hotel Indigo Rome - St. George offers stylishly appointed rooms blending contemporary design with the city’s ancient heritage. Ascend to the rooftop terrace for breathtaking vistas, unwind at St. George Spa (the wellness sanctuary features a sauna, Turkish bath, and mini gym), or relish in personalized service that embodies the spirit of modern Roman hospitality at the hotel’s first floor bar and restaurant.


In some cities you may choose to pass up the historic sites, but not here. Architecture that in many cases has weathered the elements for 2,000+ years and is still standing feels like a miracle to experience when juxtaposed with everyday cafes, markets, and pharmacies.


Begin your journey through time by exploring the Colosseum, an ancient amphitheater where gladiatorial contests once took place. Adjacent to the Colosseum lies the Roman Forum, a sprawling archaeological site showcasing the remnants of ancient Rome's political, religious, and social hub.


Then there is Vatican City, the smallest independent state in the world and the seat of the Catholic Church. Visit St. Peter's Basilica, a masterpiece of Renaissance architecture, as well as the Vatican Museums, and the Sistine Chapel. It's a must for art, history, and religious significance.


Toss a coin into the Trevi Fountain to ensure your return to Rome and immerse yourself in the Baroque beauty of the Spanish Steps, a monumental stairway that has been a gathering place for locals and visitors alike for centuries. Research Trevi Fountain cleaning times before visiting so you’re not stuck waiting for that process to finish. The best times to visit typically (fewer crowds) are early in the morning or late at night.


A short walk from the Trevi Fountain, you can admire the architectural brilliance of the Pantheon, a marvel of ancient engineering with its perfectly preserved dome. Wander through Piazza Navona, a square adorned with stunning fountains and teeming with street performers and artists.


Explore beyond the tourist hotspots. While the Colosseum and Trevi are certainly must-see landmarks, don't be afraid to venture off the beaten path. Explore neighborhoods like Trastevere to experience Rome like a local and discover hidden gems. Known for its cobblestone streets, medieval churches, and lively atmosphere, Trastevere is the perfect place to indulge in an authentic Roman meal and soak in all the bohemian vibes the district has to offer.


One of the best food cities in the world, it’s hard to pinpoint all the must-visit restaurants without quickly becoming overwhelmed. Food halls, like Trionfale Market (Rome’s largest with 275 stalls) and Campo dei Fiori Market (Rome’s oldest food market) are always great choices filled with variety so you can satiate every hankering.


Inside Six Senses Rome, BIVIUM offers a unique all-day dining experience. Using locally sourced ingredients like farm-raised, grass-fed meats and fresh veggies, BIVIUM prioritizes seasonality and small farming communities, so the menu is ever-changing. Unwind here with an aperitivo or locally-inspired cocktail after a day of exploring the city. The menu is half plant-based, too, so there’s guaranteed to be a delicious option for every type of diner. Head up to NOTOS Rooftop, also at Six Senses, for an elevated dining experience overlooking the city. Surrounded by herbs, lush greenery, and terracotta pots, this is the perfect place to take in the sights and smells around you as the sun sets and into the night.

If you’re craving the familiar, you may choose to dine at Scarpetta NYC within the luxurious InterContinental Rome Ambasciatori Palace. Delight in authentic Italian cuisine reimagined with a contemporary twist, showcasing the finest seasonal ingredients through seafood, steak, and a variety of pastas.



Number 21 on the World’s 50 Best Bars list, Drink Kong is an absolute must. One of the most unique cocktail concepts in the city, the bar blends King Kong, Japanese inspo, and 1970s futurism for a space that’s as Instagram friendly as it is straight out of a TV fantasy. If you are not sure what to order, mention your favorite flavors and spirits to the bartenders, and trust them to present you with the most delicious, innovative cocktail you can imagine.


Getting around in Rome is an adventure in itself, with various transportation options to suit every traveler's preferences. The city's extensive public transportation network includes buses, trams, and the Metro, providing convenient access to key attractions and neighborhoods. Additionally, Rome's central location within Italy makes it a hub for national and international train travel, with the Roma Termini station serving as the main railway hub. For those seeking flexibility and convenience, rideshare services and taxis are readily available throughout the city.  However, Rome's compact city center and abundance of pedestrian-friendly streets make walking an enjoyable (and often faster) way to explore its historic landmarks and hidden gems.


If you do have a couple extra days to explore, the train allows for quick and easy access to other nearby cities in Italy.


Just a short drive from Rome, the collection of charming hill towns known as Castelli Romani offers beautiful scenery, delicious local cuisine, and opportunities for wine tasting. A little over an hour from Rome by bus or train, Orvieto is a picturesque hilltop town that boasts a magnificent Duomo, medieval streets, and underground tunnels.


With more time, Florence, reachable by train in just under two hours. Explore its Renaissance architecture, art museums (like the Uffizi Gallery), and renowned landmarks like the Duomo and Ponte Vecchio. You can also pay a visit to the oldest still-operating pharmacy in the world, Officina Profumo-Farmaceutica di Santa Maria Novella, which has been in business since the 1200s. Marvel at the murals and floral displays inside this striking store and sample all of its herbal perfumes, soaps, and creams. 

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Rome Hotels Frequently Asked Questions


Absolutely! Many of the IHG hotels in Rome offer family-friendly amenities such as connecting rooms and kids' menus. Check with the individual hotel for more information about their family-friendly offerings.


Yes, many IHG hotels in Rome are pet-friendly and welcome furry friends! Some hotels offer pet amenities, including pet beds and treats as well as information about pet relief areas. Select hotels may charge additional fees per pet staying at the hotel.  For more information on hotel specific pet policies,. visit the amenities page on the hotel's website.


Many of the IHG hotels in Rome offer complimentary breakfast. Check the hotel's website to find out more details as they may vary by brand and locations.


IHG Hotels offer a variety of amenities such as free Wi-Fi, fitness centers, business centers, restaurants/bars, swimming pools, and much more! Check the hotel's amenities page on their website for more information on the specific amenities offered.


Many IHG hotels offer complimentary self parking, however, parking costs may vary by hotel and location. Some hotels may include parking as part of their stay package, while others may charge an additional daily fee. Check the hotel's amenities page on their website for more information on their parking policies.


Yes! You can find discounted rates on select IHG hotels in Rome by visiting the hotel website's offers page. Additionally, many of the hotels offer special packages and promotions throughout the year. Learn more about IHG's Best Price Guarantee.


IHG One Rewards Loyalty Program is designed to make it easier for guests to earn and redeem points. There are 5 tiers of member benefits, starting with Club Member, Sliver Elite, Gold Elite, Platinum Elite and the highest tier being Diamond Elite. You can earn Diamond Elite status by staying 70 qualified nights or earning 120,000 qualified points in a calendar year. Learn more about IHG® One Rewards Loyalty Program


Yes, most hotels have a minimum age requirement of 18 years old to check-in without an adult present. However, some hotels may allow guests under the age of 18 to check-in if they are accompanied by an adult over the age of 21. Check the hotel's website or contact the hotel directly for more information on their specific age requirements.

Rome Hotels Information
IHG hotels in Rome 5
Total IHG hotel rooms in Rome 941
Rome hotel average price range $699.56–$1169.41 USD per night
Total Rome hotel reviews 5,156
IHG Rome hotels average review rating 4.38