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Madison Hotel, hotel in Rome

Madison Hotel is directly opposite Rome Termini Station for metro and bus services across the city.

It was extremely glamorous given the neighborhood it was in. Usually in Europe, hotels next to train stations are not as nice. This one had a beautiful interior.
Scored 7.4
7.4
Rated good
Good
5,616 reviews
Price from$834.56per night
Best Western Plus Hotel Spring House, hotel in Rome

This property offers a Special Protection Program, a strict program of precise safeguards dedicated to our guests and our staff.

Location is great - 3 mins walk from enterence to Vatican Museums. Very clean, good air-condition in rooms, very comfortable beds.
Scored 8.7
8.7
Rated excellent
Excellent
2,653 reviews
Price from$253.78per night
Hotel Pacific, hotel in Rome

Hotel Pacific features 50 years of welcoming tradition and experience in a completely renovated building, close to Saint Peter's Square and the Vatican Museums, elegant neighborhood in the Eternal...

Location
Scored 8.2
8.2
Rated very good
Very Good
4,729 reviews
Price from$302.59per night
Hotel Della Torre Argentina, hotel in Rome

Hotel della Torre Argentina is an elegant historic building in the center of Rome, a 2 minute walk from the market in Campo de Fiori square.

Very clean, very beautiful facilities, extremely kind and helpful staff
Scored 8.5
8.5
Rated very good
Very Good
3,195 reviews
Price from$278.19per night
c-hotels Club House Roma, hotel in Rome

Hotel Club House Roma is in a quiet area, 328 feet from Rome's Cornelia Metro Station and 3 stops from the Vatican City. Rooms offer air conditioning, free WiFi and satellite TV.

Very clean and friendly staff
Scored 8.5
8.5
Rated very good
Very Good
6,575 reviews
Price from$120.69per night
Hotel Navona, hotel in Rome

Hotel Navona is in a restored 15th-century building complete with frescos. The property is right behind the beautiful Church of Sant'Ivo alla Sapienza. Free Wi-Fi is available throughout the property....

The property was clean and very well maintained. Very easy to get everywhere on foot.
Scored 8.5
8.5
Rated very good
Very Good
2,233 reviews
Price from$239.18per night
Hilton Rome Eur La Lama, hotel in Rome

Located in Rome, a 4-minute walk from EUR Fermi Metro Station, Hilton Rome Eur La Lama provides accommodations with a terrace, private parking, a restaurant and a bar.

it's clean
Scored 8.3
8.3
Rated very good
Very Good
1,075 reviews
Price from$212.38per night
Hotel Sonya, hotel in Rome

Hotel Sonya is in a quiet area of central Rome, in front of the Opera House and 164 feet from the Viminale Palace. This hotel features free WiFi throughout and rooms with cable TV.

location to the train station was excellent
Scored 7.8
7.8
Rated good
Good
2,517 reviews
Price from$121.47per night
La Griffe Hotel Roma, hotel in Rome

Featuring a rooftop bar and restaurant with panoramic views of Rome, La Griffe Hotel Roma is just 492 feet from Repubblica Metro. The rooms have air conditioning, free Wi-Fi and a mini-bar.

Nothing
Scored 7.8
7.8
Rated good
Good
3,983 reviews
Price from$298.79per night
Hotel Grifo, hotel in Rome

In Rome's central Monti area, Hotel Grifo features a terrace with magnificent city views.

Location, staff
Scored 9.1
9.1
Rated wonderful
Wonderful
2,033 reviews
Price from$1,029.29per night
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Rome's best hotels with breakfast

  • Otivm Hotel
    Scored 9.0
    9.0
    Rated wonderful
    Wonderful
     · 1,486 reviews

    Located in Rome, a short walk from Palazzo Venezia, Otivm Hotel features concierge service, a 24-hour desk and free WiFi throughout the property. Guests can also relax on the terrace.

    Location,staff and rooms were clean and comfortable.

  • Hotel Damaso
    Scored 9.3
    9.3
    Rated wonderful
    Wonderful
     · 1,895 reviews

    Centrally set in Rome, Hotel Damaso is 492 feet from Piazza Navona and a 2-minute walk from Campo de' Fiori.

    Great location, modern, clean and comfortable room.

  • Harry's Bar Trevi Hotel & Restaurant
    Scored 9.3
    9.3
    Rated wonderful
    Wonderful
     · 1,193 reviews

    Just yards from Rome's Trevi Fountain, Harry's Bar Trevi Hotel & Restaurant offers modern rooms and a restaurant. WiFi is free throughout.

    Great property with great people in a great location!

  • Terrace Pantheon Relais
    Scored 9.2
    9.2
    Rated wonderful
    Wonderful
     · 1,124 reviews

    Just 656 feet from the Pantheon, Terrace Pantheon Relais offers a panoramic terrace and stylish rooms. Piazza Navona is 5 minutes’ walk from the property.

    very modern and clean - all the staff were and polite

  • HT6 Hotel Roma
    Scored 9.2
    9.2
    Rated wonderful
    Wonderful
     · 1,706 reviews

    Set in a historical building in the Roman Ghetto area, HT6 Hotel Roma offers stylish rooms with parquet floors and free WiFi throughout. The Great Synagogue of Rome is 164 feet from the property.

    We didn't have breakfast. Location was excellent for us.

  • Hotel Smeraldo
    Scored 9.0
    9.0
    Rated wonderful
    Wonderful
     · 2,710 reviews

    Just 656 feet from the popular square of Campo de' Fiori, Hotel Smeraldo is in central Rome. It offers air-conditioned rooms with free Wi-Fi, and a roof terrace overlooking the historic center.

    Great location, great breakfast . Helpful attentive staff.

  • iQ Hotel Roma
    Scored 9.3
    9.3
    Rated wonderful
    Wonderful
     · 1,929 reviews

    Free Wi-Fi and flat-screen satellite TV are standard in all iQ rooms. This modern hotel offers a free gym, sauna and rooftop terrace, a 5 minute walk from Termini Train Station.

    Everything was perfect. Excellent hotel and service

  • San Anselmo
    Scored 9.0
    9.0
    Rated wonderful
    Wonderful
     · 1,951 reviews

    In the chic residential Aventino area of Rome, San Anselmo is a 19th-century villa with a garden where breakfast is served when the weather is nice.

    The attention to detail in the foyer and dining areas.

Budget hotels in Rome

  • Mercure Roma Cinecitta
    Scored 8.7
    8.7
    Rated excellent
    Excellent
     · 4,405 reviews

    Featuring a bar and set 1148 feet from Cinecittà Studios, Mercure Roma Cinecitta is located in Rome. With a shared lounge, the accommodations provides room service and luggage storage for guests.

    comfortable service, staff communication, good location

  • Hampton By Hilton Rome East
    Scored 8.2
    8.2
    Rated very good
    Very Good
     · 1,153 reviews

    Set a 20-minute drive from Rome city center, Hampton By Hilton Rome Easts features a restaurant specializing in international cuisine and a bar.

    good breakfast and all are excellet rooms and cleaness

  • Casa Piccole Ancelle di Cristo Re
    Scored 8.2
    8.2
    Rated very good
    Very Good
     · 3,582 reviews

    Offering a restaurant, Casa Piccole Ancelle di Cristo Re is located in Rome, along Via Aurelia main road. Free WiFi access is available in all rooms.

    Good location, near Vatican. Clean and quiet place.

  • Hotel Roma Tiburtina Metro
    Scored 8.1
    8.1
    Rated very good
    Very Good
     · 1,450 reviews

    Set in a quiet area of Rome, Tibur Metro Roma is 984 feet from Rebibbia Metro Station, a 15-minute metro ride from the city center. It offers air-conditioned rooms with LCD TVs and free WiFi.

    The staff was very friendly and helpful I felt welcomed

  • Hotel Sisto V
    Scored 8.0
    8.0
    Rated very good
    Very Good
     · 1,544 reviews

    Hotel Sisto V is opposite Gemelli Train Station, a 5-minute walk from the Policlinico Gemelli hospital, and within easy reach of the Olimpico Stadium and the Vatican City.

    Close to train station. Staff friendly & helpful

  • Hotel Delle Muse
    Scored 8.0
    8.0
    Rated very good
    Very Good
     · 1,636 reviews

    Hotel Delle Muse is in the quiet Parioli district of Rome, a 20-minute bus ride from Termini Station. There is free internet access and a restaurant.

    Very friendly staff especially Claudio and Gabriel

  • Serafico Guesthouse
    Scored 8.7
    8.7
    Rated excellent
    Excellent
     · 484 reviews

    Located in Rome, a 7-minute walk from Laurentina Metro Station, Serafico Guesthouse provides accommodations with a garden, free private parking, a shared lounge and a terrace.

    I really like staf. They were very kind and good .

  • HOTEL CENTER 2
    Scored 5.8
    5.8
    Rated okay
    Above average
     · 2,713 reviews

    Located within a 10-minute walk of Vittorio Emanuele Metro Station and 300 yards of Porta Maggiore, HOTEL CENTER 2 has rooms with air conditioning and a private bathroom in Rome.

    Really good location, especially for young people.

Hotels located in the center of Rome

  • Luxury Apartments Pantheon Roma
    Scored 9.7
    9.7
    Rated exceptional
    Exceptional
     · 27 reviews

    Offering free WiFi throughout the property, Luxury Apartments Pantheon Roma is located in Rome, a 6-minute walk from Torre Argentina and half a mile from Palazzo Venezia.

    Localização, limpeza, atenção ao hóspede. Recomendo

  • Maalot Roma - Small Luxury Hotels of the World
    Scored 9.6
    9.6
    Rated exceptional
    Exceptional
     · 655 reviews

    Well located in the center of Rome, Maalot Roma - Small Luxury Hotels of the World provides air-conditioned rooms, a fitness center, free WiFi and a restaurant.

    Excellent location. Very friendly and helpful staff

  • Dharma Boutique Hotel & SPA
    Scored 9.5
    9.5
    Rated exceptional
    Exceptional
     · 313 reviews

    Dharma Boutique Hotel & SPA is located in Monti, one of Rome's most popular districts. Cavour Metro Station is nearby, and Termini Train Station and the Coliseum are about 10 minutes' walk away.

    Quirky hotel. Fantastic staff. Very romantic place

  • J.K. Place Roma - The Leading Hotels of the World
    Scored 9.5
    9.5
    Rated exceptional
    Exceptional
     · 157 reviews

    Offering stylish rooms with free WiFi, J.K. Place Roma is located in the heart of Rome with the Spanish Steps and the Pantheon each a 10-minute walkaway. A breakfast à la carte is included.

    great location , beautiful decor and wonderful staff

  • Sentho Roma
    Scored 9.5
    9.5
    Rated exceptional
    Exceptional
     · 523 reviews

    Sentho Roma features a garden, shared lounge, a terrace and restaurant in Rome.

    I give it the highest mark. It's simply perfect.

  • Singer Palace Hotel Roma
    Scored 9.4
    9.4
    Rated wonderful
    Wonderful
     · 589 reviews

    Boasting a rooftop restaurant, Singer Palace Hotel Roma is located right on the famous Via del Corso shopping Street. Set 1148 feet from Trevi Fountain, the property offers air-conditioned rooms.

    We loved this hotel. we loved everything about it!

  • Palazzo Roma - The Leading Hotels of the World
    Scored 9.4
    9.4
    Rated wonderful
    Wonderful
     · 158 reviews

    Well located in the center of Rome, Palazzo Roma - The Leading Hotels of the World provides air-conditioned rooms with free WiFi, private parking and room service. This 5-star hotel offers a bar.

    The full experience is beautiful Staff Room Location

  • Palazzo Velabro, a Member of Design Hotels
    Scored 9.4
    9.4
    Rated wonderful
    Wonderful
     · 225 reviews

    Attractively set in Rome, Palazzo Velabro, a Member of Design Hotels has air-conditioned rooms, a fitness center, free WiFi and a shared lounge.

    Everything about the hotel the staff were brilliant

FAQs about hotels in Rome

Discover the Secrets of the Eternal City

With over two and a half thousand years of history and astonishing classical beauty, Rome truly deserves to be called the Eternal City. From the breath-taking Colosseum to the famous Trevi Fountain, Rome has something for every taste.

Enjoy a freshly brewed espresso on one of the Rome’s popular piazzas and admire the everlasting beauty of frescoes in the Sistine Chapel. Caravaggio’s paintings in Santa Maria del Popolo are a definite must-see.

Rome is also home to the Pantheon, built in 125 AD, the stunning St. Peter’s Basilica as well as another classic, the Roman Forum. Many of the world’s most famous churches, museums and galleries are just around the corner allowing you to have it all.

Make sure you explore the popular Trastevere and its cafes and trattorias, sit down on the Spanish Steps or just relax and enjoy Rome’s picturesque and sunny atmosphere. Rome will surely convince you that it is one of Italy’s gems.

No matter if you’re looking for a room with a view, a cheap hostel or an over-the-top design hotel, Booking.com offers all of them and more. Close proximity to the Termini Train Station, Fiumicino and Ciampino Airports is included.

Learn more about visiting Rome
  • 4474 attractions
  • 145 points of interest
  • 43 neighborhoods

What Guests Said About Rome:

  • Scored 8.0
    8.0

    Rome looks like it has a graffiti problem and many ills that...

    Rome looks like it has a graffiti problem and many ills that may come from a city trying to stay vibrant but people working against it. Of course the sights are amazing, don't venture too far from your hotels.
    joev81670
    United States of America
  • Scored 6.0
    6.0

    Rome was extremely dirty and lots of graffiti everywhere.

    Rome was extremely dirty and lots of graffiti everywhere. We saw at least 20 rats come out of the drain near Termini station and people shooting up drugs during the day. The Coloseum guided tour was a nightmare as there were too many people pushing and shoving. The Italian rail system is a nightmare.
    Gayle
    Australia
  • Scored 6.0
    6.0

    In July, it is too hot to walk around for the majority of...

    In July, it is too hot to walk around for the majority of the day. Climate change has increased their day time heat to unbearable levels (36 to 40 degrees). Rome is a little disorganized: buses are often not on time and become over crowded and heated. The garbage system is chaotic. Bags are left on the street to be picked up. Leaving our hotel, we had to step over garbage daily. Cars are parked haphazardly - like in pedestrian intersections. Getting a coffee requires showing the barista the receipt, which often means fighting your way to the counter to show prof of purchase. The system of the cashier telling the barista a coffee order - used in most countries- is calmer, efficient and systematic.
    Jessica
    Canada
  • Scored 10
    10

    Having long waiting lines at every attractions is a down.

    Having long waiting lines at every attractions is a down. Especially on a hot day. Even I purchased VIP tickets, skip the line. It was nice visiting archeogical sites for free 20 years ago, now everything cost an entry fee. No banks in the city are changing foreign currency!!! Western union charged over €40 for exchange. But Rome is Rome. Full of history. Any place you can eat, it's great food. Gelatto is a must. Great, huge portions.
    A
    Anonymous
  • Scored 10
    10

    The Rome is one of the most interesting city in the world.

    The Rome is one of the most interesting city in the world. I liked most sightseeing's in the city, but not all. Restaurants are not bad, if you likes Italian cousin. But summer time is not good time for a walking in Rome. It is too hot.
    AzadTalibov68
    Azerbaijan
  • Scored 8.0
    8.0

    I was looking forward to Rome and I'm glad I have ticked...

    I was looking forward to Rome and I'm glad I have ticked some things off the bucket list but was not blown away. Some very impressive sights, the vatican , basilica, the forum all amazing but the rest is hmm. You've seen it all before on photos and films and its soooo busy in Summer. Food is good, if you like pasta and pizza and don't worry about missing out on ice cream. Gelataria everywhere! I was amazed at the amount of Graffiti everywhere, made it look tatty. Buses are good and easy to get around but often full to busting. Definitely go but you can see most of the big stuff in 3 days, our 6 days was a bit much but we got to go to Lago Albano which is recommended (short and cheap train ride from termini). If you want all the big stuff, don't book any city passes (unless you literally want to see it all, in coding all the museums), you can do the big stuff cheaper, but do book very early on line. If not, you can queue for tix on the day no matter what it says about none left online. Expect to queue. We queued for 20 mins for Colosseum on Monday at 5pm and 1 hour 40 on Tuesday at 12pm for Vatican (mid June). Skip the line in advance is recommended.
    Bardsley

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  • From $81.34 per night
    Scored 8.7
    8.7
    Rated excellent
    Excellent
     · 153 reviews
    1. Wonderful-wonderful-wonderful hotel! Anna is a very nice host! And a wonderful person!) I was in Rome for the first time and felt a little lost, but Anna's warm welcome made me feel at home and fall in love with Italy! The room was very clean, the room itself is large, bright and comfortable! Getting to the center is very convenient and fast! I will advise Anna's hotel to everyone and if I myself come to Rome again, I will only go to her! Thanks for the wonderful memories of Rome!
    Юлия
    Russia
  • From $145.33 per night
    Scored 7.6
    7.6
    Rated good
    Good
     · 2,446 reviews
    I really enjoyed staying in this hotel. I had chosen a room in the annex as I wanted to sleep in a quiet place without too much people going in and out. The room was great and silent, even if it was over the busstation in Piazza Indipendenza, the windows are so thick that you can't hear the noise. And I loved the view of the piazza. The reception was nice and the breakfast is one of the best that I have had in Italy, so you shouldn't miss it. I had love to come back here :)
    Kristina Junge
    France
  • From $376.34 per night
    Scored 9.3
    9.3
    Rated wonderful
    Wonderful
     · 2,113 reviews
    Perfect location in what was our first visit Rome and has now become a firm favourite area we would stay in time and time again. Staff were courteous and kind, really polite, and lots of nice little touches to make our stay lovely. The daily happy hour 6-8 was a huge bonus! The breakfast was the best we had in Italy, even with no onsite kitchen fresh scrambled egg and fresh fruit and coffee (just my choice, many other options) was delicious.
    Jessica
    United Kingdom
  • Scored 7.9
    7.9
    Rated good
    Good
     · 1,012 reviews
    Friendly and helpful reception staff. Surprising fluffy and tasty croissants (for Italy) during breakfast. The location was very good, just across the US embassy and many 5* hotels - fairly easy to reach, away from the tourist noise but still reasonable distance to all key areas in Rome. Much appreciated that they could book us a hire car to take us to the airport.
    Konstantinos
    Sweden
  • From $87.85 per night
    Scored 6.9
    6.9
    Rated pleasant
    Pleasant
     · 685 reviews
    The location is perfect and it’s near to the main station Termini that’s gives you access to the main spots in Rome. For the price it was worth it. We had the quadruple room and it was clean and a lot bigger than the rest of hotels we stayed in Italy.
    Nicholas
    Trinidad and Tobago

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