You can’t seem to turn around a corner in Rome without stumbling across remnants of the Roman Empire. So wherever you choose to stay in Rome, you can guarantee that you’re only moments away from some incredible history. The center of which has a wealth of excellent hotels. These are our picks for a great stay in this wonderful city.
Rome City Center
Even though Rome feels large, the city center is actually quite small. Most of the main sights are easily walkable from the city center. There’s the Vatican for instance, which you can see on our Ancient Rome tour. Then not far away is the Colosseum, which you can visit on our Colosseum Arena Floor & Prison of St. Peter Tour. The city center also hosts most of the best hotels in Rome, from boutique guesthouses to magnificent old buildings. You’ll also be close to a lot of the best restaurants and bars, many of which can be found behind old facades in the city center.
The Fifteen Keys Hotel
15 individually designed rooms are to be found in this stylish hotel. The Fifteen Keys hotel also has a daily complimentary reception where you can meet other guests. It’s a perfectly located hotel in the center of one of Rome’s most charming old neighborhoods. It’s also a walkable distance to many of Rome’s key sights.
Via Urbana, 6-7, Rome
Nerva Boutique Hotel
This boutique, 20 roomed three-star hotel has personality and charm woven into every room. The Nerva Boutique hotel has a whole host of family-friendly facilities including childcare, complimentary wifi, and an airport shuttle service. It also has a beautiful Italian breakfast option. The rooms are all unique and super comfortable with thoughtful design touches throughout.
Via Tor De Conti 3, Rome
Hotel Chapter Roma
A sleek interior housed inside an old traditional building, the Hotel Chapter Roma has it all. Centrally located this four-star hotel has thoughtful touches such as smart TVs, excellent sound systems, and quality toiletries. The rooms are modern in a minimalist design with soft grey and green hues.
Via Di Santa Maria De’ Calderari 47, Rome
The First Roma Arte
An art deco hotel with a wealth of facilities, you’ll be very comfortable at the First Roma Arte hotel. Take breakfast or a drink on its stunning rooftop terrace with beautiful views. Or step into the outdoor hot tub after hitting the hotel’s gym. The guest rooms boast top-quality linens and 42-inch televisions. There are also two great restaurants on-site specializing in top Italian cuisine.
Via Del Vantaggio 14, Rome
Elizabeth Unique Hotel
A restored 17th-century palazzo is the stage for the stunning 5-star Elizabeth Unique Hotel. Each of the 33 guestrooms has been created with both elegant design and comfort in mind with antique-style wallpaper, comfortable beds, and modern touches. The hotel bistro also boasts a beautiful outdoor dining terrace.
Via Delle Colonnette 35, Rome
J.K. Place Roma
A beautiful small hotel in an old stone building, J.K Place Roma has a striking dining room decorated in an elegant bygone-era style. The rooms are spacious and calming, some with private balconies overlooking a typical Roman street. There’s also onsite parking as an added bonus.
Via Di Monte D’Oro 30, Rome
An old 18th-century building that has retained much of its character houses the Palm Suites. This means thick stone internal walls, pitched wooden ceilings, and some rooms with incredible views of the Colosseum. Each suite has been designed in a very individual way making use of bright colors, bold designs, and thoughtful touches. The outside terrace is a perfect place to while away a few hours in peace and comfort.
20 Del Colosseo, Rome
Villa Spalletti Trivelli
Villa Spalletti Trivelli is a haven away from the hustle and bustle of Rome, yet still centrally located. You’ll be kept in the utmost comfort during your stay at this five-star hotel thanks to traditionally decorated rooms, a full spa, and a gym. The Trevi fountain is just a few minute walk away.
Via Piacenza 4, Rome
Staying In Rome
If there’s one thing that Rome’s hotels don’t lack, its charm and character. 2 days is enough to see the best of it, make sure to read our 2 days in Rome itinerary if you’re just in the city for a short amount of time. And if you’re into design, you can’t miss some of the incredible buildings, restaurants, and things to do in our Rome design guide. Finally, if you’re planning a trip to Rome, check out our Rome tours and ultimate Rome travel guide to ensure you get the most out of this incredible city.