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Home to a plethora of magnificent churches, ornate palaces, and fascinating ancient ruins, The Eternal City barely needs an introduction. Rome is a destination that will delight foodies, culture vultures, and history buffs alike, and there's a massive selection of hotels ready to welcome the hordes of visitors that regularly descend upon the storied Italian capital. Tourist crowds are thickest, and hotel prices are likely to be at their highest, in the summer months of July and August. To save on lodging, book your Roman holiday between April and June, or from September to October.

What are the Top Hotels in Rome

The Independent Hotel has a bar, a fitness centre, and a rooftop terrace. Accommodations here are modern yet casual, and some rooms have balconies. Guests enjoy buffet breakfast and Wi-Fi for free. UNA Hotel Roma has a fantastic location in the city centre; you can reach several attractions within 20 minutes of walking. The hotel's relaxed rooms feature desks and parquet floors, and free perks include buffet breakfast, which is served in the hotel's restaurant, and Wi-Fi. A 2-minute walk from Teatro dell'Opera di Roma, Starhotels Metropole offers laid-back rooms on the smaller side. There's a restaurant and a fitness centre, and Wi-Fi is complimentary.

Where are the best areas for Hotels in Rome?

There's a huge cluster of hotels around Roma Termini railway station, a transport hub where you can also hop on the Metro, buses, or airport shuttles. In particular, you'll find a row of accommodations along Via Principe Amedeo and its surrounding streets. Lots of hotels can also be found along Via Nazionale and Via Palermo, both closer to Piazza della Repubblica and the Repubblica Metro station. Or, you can consider staying in the city centre. Pick a neighbourhood with tourist attractions, such as near Piazza Navona, or the area close to the Colosseum and its eponymous Metro station.

What are Hotels like in Rome?

Budget-conscious tourists can stay in down-to-earth hotels and B&Bs with limited amenities besides free Wi-Fi, though some of them also offer free breakfast. Rooms in these reasonably priced venues are around 17 square metres in size and typically come with flat-screen TVs and minifridges. Four- and 5-star hotels often feature rooftop terraces, fitness centres, and at least 1 restaurant. Hotels with spas or outdoor pools are notable exceptions, rather than the norm. Many of these luxury properties are housed in historic buildings or palaces, and boast lavish interiors. Their refined digs aren't always spacious; rooms in these hotels range from 18 to 30 square metres in size.

How much do Hotels typically cost in Rome?

Cheap accommodations in Rome start at S$30, and you can get an apartment with a kitchen and a separate living room for around S$60 a night. On average, a budget of S$50 to S$60 per night will already give you tons of simple to mid-range options, especially if you avail of great rates and special deals on With these offers, you can even stay in a 5-star hotel for less than S$80 a night. On the other end of the spectrum are luxury hotels that will set you back around S$300 to S$850 nightly. Some of these extravagant venues charge upwards of S$1,000 a night.

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