Staying in Rome
Find a room in the heart of Rome
The Modern Centre of Rome has an overwhelming assortment of hotels to choose from. While it's exciting to play it by ear, a little forward planning doesn't go astray. Home to the Termini train station, the centre of Rome boasts a huge range of hostels, bed and breakfasts, mid-range hotels and luxury villas.
You won't have any problems finding a room on Via Nazionale, Via delle Quattro Fontane, Via Palermo and the dozens of streets that surround. Outside the centre of town, more accommodation can be found in Old Rome, Colosseo, Nomentano and the North Centre.
5-star luxury in Rome? That's amore
Live like a Roman emperor in a lap of luxury by checking in to one of the 4 or 5-star Rome hotels on your holiday in Italy. Luxury abounds in Rome, from the Aldrovandi Villa Borghese to the Sofitel Rome Villa Borghese, both just moments away from the Spanish Steps and Trevi Fountain. There are lavish retreats for one and all in Italy's capital, nestled amongst the historic sights of the "eternal city".
Embrace the Italian love of decadence with a night or two at the palatial Grand Hotel de La Minerve, or blend history with modern flair at the Gran Melia Rome – a contemporary hotel in the Rome's cultural heartland.
Stay near Fiumicino or Ciampino airports
Whether you fly into the main Fiumicino (Leonardo da Vinci) International Airport or the low-cost base Ciampino just southeast of the city centre, there are plenty of Rome accommodation options to have you hitting the sack soon after you land.
Close to Fiumicino you will find the 4-star Sheraton Roma, stylishly facilitating both business and leisure travellers with a range of suites to suit, while the Best Western Hotel Riviera is only four kilometres from the airport, skirted by the sea. If it's the airport Ciampino you're arriving at, consider booking a bed and breakfast around the Via San Francesco D'Assisi.
Boscolo Hotel Exedra »
A truly extravagant experience awaits in this stately white marble palazzo, seducing with a spectacular rooftop terrace and sumptuous rooms, neighbouring the Diocletian Baths and Michelangelo’s Basilica degli Angeli ancient ruins.