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Things to do in Rome

Foro Romano
Spanish Steps
Piazza Navona

Are there hotels available near Foro Romano?

If you’re planning on staying at any of momondo’s recommended hotels in the area of Rome nearest to Foro Romano, you should expect to pay around 152 C$/night. This price fluctuates based on time of year. In general, a rate under 152 C$/night is a good deal for momondo users staying near Foro Romano. Hotels near Foro Romano are typically 26% more expensive than the average hotel in Rome, which is 112 C$.

Hotels near Foro Romano
Exe International Palace
Best value
Exe International Palace
8.2
82 C$
San Anselmo
#1 Most popular
San Anselmo
9.1
108 C$
Arco Del Lauro Bed & Breakfast
#2 Most popular
Arco Del Lauro Bed & Breakfast
8.9
89 C$
Hotel Quirinale
#3 Most popular
Hotel Quirinale
8.4
142 C$
Hotel Duca d'Alba
#4 Most popular
Hotel Duca d'Alba
8.5
116 C$
Hotel Capo d'Africa - Colosseo
#5 Most popular
Hotel Capo d'Africa - Colosseo
9.0
129 C$
Bettoja Atlantico Hotel
Bettoja Atlantico Hotel
8.1
125 C$
Hotel Artemide
Hotel Artemide
9.5
141 C$
The Hive Hotel
The Hive Hotel
8.9
101 C$
Anantara Palazzo Naiadi Rome Hotel
Anantara Palazzo Naiadi Rome Hotel
8.8
353 C$
NH Collection Roma Fori Imperiali
NH Collection Roma Fori Imperiali
9.0
254 C$
La Griffe Roma MGallery Collection
La Griffe Roma MGallery Collection
7.8
184 C$

Are there hotels available near Spanish Steps?

momondo users have recommended 12 hotels to users looking to stay near Spanish Steps. Hotels in this area have an average price of 160 C$ per night. These prices may change based on several factors, such as time of year. Hotels near Spanish Steps are typically 30% more expensive than the average hotel in Rome, which is 112 C$.

Hotels near Spanish Steps
Gialel B&b
Best value
Gialel B&b
7.4
51 C$
Dependance Trevi Collection
#1 Most popular
Dependance Trevi Collection
7.9
102 C$
Trevi Collection Hotel
#2 Most popular
Trevi Collection Hotel
8.3
128 C$
Grand Hotel Palace
#3 Most popular
Grand Hotel Palace
8.4
262 C$
Exe International Palace
#4 Most popular
Exe International Palace
8.2
82 C$
Hotel Quirinale
#5 Most popular
Hotel Quirinale
8.4
142 C$
Hotel Romanico Palace
Hotel Romanico Palace
7.9
125 C$
Hotel Artemide
Hotel Artemide
9.5
141 C$
The Hive Hotel
The Hive Hotel
8.9
101 C$
Anantara Palazzo Naiadi Rome Hotel
Anantara Palazzo Naiadi Rome Hotel
8.8
353 C$
NH Collection Roma Fori Imperiali
NH Collection Roma Fori Imperiali
9.0
254 C$
La Griffe Roma MGallery Collection
La Griffe Roma MGallery Collection
7.8
184 C$

Are there hotels available near Piazza Navona?

If you’re planning on staying at any of momondo’s recommended hotels in the area of Rome nearest to Piazza Navona, you should expect to pay around 162 C$/night. This price fluctuates based on time of year. In general, a rate under 162 C$/night is a good deal for momondo users staying near Piazza Navona. Hotels near Piazza Navona are typically 31% more expensive than the average hotel in Rome, which is 112 C$.

Hotels near Piazza Navona
Hotel 87 Eighty-Seven - Maison D'Art Collection
Best value
Hotel 87 Eighty-Seven - Maison D'Art Collection
8.2
84 C$
Dependance Trevi Collection
#1 Most popular
Dependance Trevi Collection
7.9
102 C$
Trevi Collection Hotel
#2 Most popular
Trevi Collection Hotel
8.3
128 C$
Arco Del Lauro Bed & Breakfast
#3 Most popular
Arco Del Lauro Bed & Breakfast
8.9
89 C$
NH Collection Roma Fori Imperiali
#4 Most popular
NH Collection Roma Fori Imperiali
9.0
254 C$
Dom Hotel (Preferred Hotels & Resorts)
#5 Most popular
Dom Hotel (Preferred Hotels & Resorts)
8.8
335 C$
Hotel Cosmopolita
Hotel Cosmopolita
8.1
154 C$
Bdb Luxury Rooms Navona Angeli
Bdb Luxury Rooms Navona Angeli
9.0
99 C$
Hotel Nazionale
Hotel Nazionale
9.0
158 C$
Harry's Bar Trevi Hotel & Restaurant
Harry's Bar Trevi Hotel & Restaurant
9.3
229 C$
Le Méridien Visconti Rome
Le Méridien Visconti Rome
8.8
205 C$
Hotel La Lumiere di Piazza di Spagna
Hotel La Lumiere di Piazza di Spagna
8.3
107 C$

Popular neighbourhoods in Rome

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Hotels in Aurelio
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Colazione Al Vaticano
Best value
Colazione Al Vaticano
8.6
32 C$
NH Roma Villa Carpegna
#1 Most popular
NH Roma Villa Carpegna
8.2
101 C$
Cardinal Hotel St. Peter
#2 Most popular
Cardinal Hotel St. Peter
7.6
85 C$
Hotel Gravina San Pietro
#3 Most popular
Hotel Gravina San Pietro
8.3
79 C$
Starhotels Michelangelo
#4 Most popular
Starhotels Michelangelo
8.9
150 C$
Hotel Casa Tra Noi
#5 Most popular
Hotel Casa Tra Noi
7.7
125 C$
Hotels in Parioli
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Hotel Villa Duse
Best value
Hotel Villa Duse
8.9
287 C$
Hotels in San Giovanni/Cinecittà
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Hotel Capannelle
Best value
Hotel Capannelle
7.7
64 C$
Hotel Arcadia
#1 Most popular
Hotel Arcadia
7.9
82 C$
Hotel Palacavicchi
#2 Most popular
Hotel Palacavicchi
6.9
76 C$
Hotel 325 Tor Vergata
#3 Most popular
Hotel 325 Tor Vergata
8.6
76 C$
Hotels in Historical Center
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Locanda Otello
Best value
Locanda Otello
8.0
29 C$
Hotel Baltico
#1 Most popular
Hotel Baltico
6.7
33 C$
Hotel Majestic Roma
#2 Most popular
Hotel Majestic Roma
8.7
261 C$
City House
#3 Most popular
City House
94 C$
Hotel Ranieri
#4 Most popular
Hotel Ranieri
8.0
89 C$
Hotel Quirinale
#5 Most popular
Hotel Quirinale
8.4
142 C$

When to book a hotel in Rome

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Low Season
January
High Season
September

cheapest month to stay

42%

expected price decrease

most expensive time to stay

30%

expected price increase

Price
117 C$ - 283 C$
Highest day of week
Saturday
Cheapest day of week
Monday

avg. price over the last two weeks

Average price (weeknight)

183 C$

avg. price over the last two weeks

avg. price over the last two weeks

Average price (weekend night)

206 C$

avg. price over the last two weeks

Cheapest time to book
The cheapest time to book hotels in Rome is: 1-2 star, on the same day that your stay begins. 3 star, on the same day that your stay begins. 4-5 star, on the same day that your stay begins.
1-2 star
86 C$ - 112 C$
3 star
96 C$ - 125 C$
4-5 star
170 C$ - 186 C$

Rome travel tips

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Best time to visit Rome

Hordes of tourists all over the city, long queues at popular attractions, hot, humid weather and high hotel rates, is the scene of a typical Roman summer from June – August. For a relatively quieter period with reasonable hotel rates and pleasant temperatures of 18 – 20 degrees Celsius, visit Rome in the shoulder months of May or September. From October onwards, the weather cools down and dips to 5 – 10 degrees Celsius. You may be able to score some great deals and discounts on hotels and travel. However, these slashed room rates will not be applicable during the festive weeks of Christmas, New Year, and Easter.

Getting around Rome

To appreciate Rome’s history, architecture, and landmarks, there is no better way than exploring the city on foot. Many of the attractions are clustered in a compact, pedestrian-only zone, so walking is the only way to access them. For longer distances, use the Rome metro (subway) or bus. For €1.50 EUR, you can buy a time-integrated ticket that allows unlimited travel, and transfers up to 100-minutes. If you buy a 1-day pass for €7.00 EUR, you will get unlimited travel on buses and trains, for 24 hours from first validation. Pickpocketing is a common occurrence in Rome during the peak tourist season, so keep an eye on your personal belongings when you travel in crowded buses or trains. You can also hail a metered taxi directly on the streets anywhere in the city. Try to avoid driving in the city since parking is scarce, some back streets are very narrow, and there are several no-car zones. Consider investing in a Roma Pass, which allows discounted access to several popular tourist attractions, and free use of all modes of public transport (operated by ATAC) up to card validity. A 48-hour card costs €28.00 EUR, while a 72-hour card is for €38.50 EUR.


How much does a hotel in Rome cost per night?

Use the information below to find quality Rome hotel rooms for low prices
2 stars and below
Hotel Baltico
#1 most popular
Hotel Baltico
6.7
33 C$
Domus Liberius
#2 most popular
Domus Liberius
8.7
80 C$
Locanda Otello
Best value
Locanda Otello
8.0
29 C$
3 stars
Raeli Hotel Siracusa
#1 most popular
Raeli Hotel Siracusa
7.5
71 C$
Hotel Fellini
#2 most popular
Hotel Fellini
8.8
64 C$
New Orleans
Best value
New Orleans
7.3
41 C$
4 stars and above
Hotel Gallia
#1 most popular
Hotel Gallia
7.4
76 C$
Hotel Majestic Roma
#2 most popular
Hotel Majestic Roma
8.7
261 C$
Generator Rome
Best value
Generator Rome
8.3
30 C$

Cheap hotels in Rome

These hotels and hostels are the cheapest accommodations available in Rome
Locanda Otello
Locanda Otello
8.0
29 C$
Generator Rome
Generator Rome
8.3
30 C$
The Romehello - Hostel
The Romehello - Hostel
9.5
30 C$
Magic Place Guest House
Magic Place Guest House
4.4
32 C$
La Casa di Elena
La Casa di Elena
4.7
30 C$
Hotel Baltico
Hotel Baltico
6.7
33 C$

Get the best value hotel in Rome

These hotels have the best prices for their ratings
Rome Winners Home
Rome Winners Home
9.2
75 C$
Radisson Blu Ghr Hotel
Radisson Blu Ghr Hotel
8.0
124 C$
Generator Rome
Generator Rome
8.3
30 C$
Grand Hotel Fleming
Grand Hotel Fleming
8.2
72 C$
Hotel Fellini
Hotel Fellini
8.8
64 C$
Occidental Aurelia
Occidental Aurelia
8.3
86 C$

Where to stay in Rome

Best places to stay in Rome

With 3,000 years of history, it’s no surprise that Rome is home to a multitude of historical and cultural landmarks that attract tourists from all over the world. Ornate monuments and museums, historic cathedrals and plazas, Renaissance and Baroque architecture, antique catacombs, and lush green parks are just a few of the offerings of this ‘Eternal City’. Every neighbourhood in Rome is unique, but wherever you stay, the city will mesmerize you with charming tales of a past era.

Centro Storico

The historic centre of Rome, Centro Storico, is the most desirable, but also the busiest neighbourhood in Rome. The area is a maze of narrow streets, cobbled alleys, numerous small piazzas, and the bustling Piazza Navona in the centre. The area around the Pantheon also has cool cafés and a vibrant nightlife centered on Piazza Farnese and the Campo de’ Fiori. Most of the popular tourist attractions of Rome are in these neighbourhoods. Consider the elegant rooms of Residenza In Farnese, overlooking the Farnese Palace, and just a 5-minute walk from Campo de’ Fiori. Set in a classic townhouse on the former site of the Teatro di Pompeo, you have Hotel Teatro Di Pompeo, a charming hotel with simple rooms and an intimate, historic setting. It’s only a 5-minute walk from Piazza Navona.

Monti and Celio

The heart of ancient Rome, Monti is a hip neighbourhood with cool bars and unique boutiques. Celio, nestled around the Caelian Hill, is home to the iconic Colosseum. You’ll find some fascinating early churches, a lively dining scene and some of the loveliest gay bars of the city in this area. Set in a 17th-century villa, just a 6-minute walk from the Colosseum, you have the Palazzo Manfredi, a 5-star luxury hotel with plush, spacious rooms and a full-service concierge. Surrounded by antique shops and artisan workshops in the heart of Monti, you can stay in the stylish, eclectic rooms of Hotel Duca d’Alba Roma.

Tridente and the Spanish Steps

The Tridente area, along the 3 roads originating from Piazza del Popolo, is a stronghold for designer boutiques and fancy restaurants. At the heart of this area is the Piazza di Spagna where you have the fabled Spanish Steps. Experience the luxurious rooms and service of Palazzo Dama, a magnificent hotel with sophisticated rooms decorated in rich, dark hues, just steps away from the Piazza del Popolo. Right across from the Spanish Steps, you have The Inn at Spanish Steps, boutique-style accommodation that features elegant rooms with period décor.

Trastevere

Trastevere, literally meaning ‘across the Tiber’, is a quaint district with narrow, cobbled lanes and the distinct vibe of a medieval hamlet. This area also features plenty of little trattorias, offbeat shops, old taverns, pubs and clubs. Consider the Lifestyle VOI Donna Camilla Savelli Hotel, a historic hotel set in a 17th-century converted convent in the heart of Trastevere. For a mid-range budget option, look at the Orti di Trastevere Bed & Breakfast which offers simple rooms decorated with antique furnishing and fine art. It’s located just steps from the Porta Portese flea market.

Via Veneto & Piazza Barberini

Via Veneto, was the fashionable film star hangout of the Dolce Vita-era Rome. Today, this beautiful tree-lined boulevard is full of luxury hotels, cool cafés and fine dining restaurants. Via Veneto ends at the magnificent 16th-century Piazza Barberini. For a luxurious stay, consider the posh rooms and suites of Baglioni Hotel Regina on Via Veneto. On the same street, just steps away from the lush gardens of Villa Borghese, you have the Majestic Roma hotel that features refined rooms with a mix of period furnishings, and modern décor.

Cheap hotels in Rome

A large city that spans dozens of neighbourhoods, accommodation in Rome caters to all kinds of travellers, from the high-end luxury aficionados to the budget travellers and backpackers. Near Via Veneto, you have the La Luna Romana, a modest hotel with simple, comfortable rooms. Just steps away from the Stazione Termini (main train station), you can look at the Beehive Hotel & Café, a bright hostel with hotel like comfort and service. Near the Colosseum, stay in intricately styled rooms in the Generator Rome hostel. In the heart of Trastevere, you can consider the simple, comfortable rooms of Landlord in Trastevere, guesthouse-style accommodation close to San Francesco a Ripa church.


What to do in Rome

Much is spoken about the historic, architectural and religious significance of Rome and the Roman era. A trip to Rome is undoubtedly a treat for history buffs, architecture enthusiasts and those seeking to pay their respects at the Vatican City. But the city is equally alluring to those who love the cobbled streets and alleys, plazas filled with shops, cafés and live music, and markets bustling with fresh produce or antiques. Here are a few suggestions for a well-rounded itinerary to explore the ‘Eternal City’.

  • Go on a guided tour of the epicentre of Roman Catholicism, the Vatican City. Appreciate the art extravaganza across the various Vatican museums, admire Michelangelo’s famous frescoes that adorn the Sistine Chapel, and pay your respects at the Basilica di San Pietro (St. Peter’s Basilica).
  • Visit the 2000-year old awe-inspiring Pantheon which is known for its perfect proportions created as early as in 120 A.D.
  • Wander around the 80 A.D.-built iconic ruins of the Colosseum, where many bloody gladiatorial fights were witnessed by as many as 50,000 spectators at a time.
  • Visit the Musei Capitolini (Capitoline Museums), the world’s first public museum where intricate details of Roman history are revealed through the artefacts, sculptures and paintings housed within.
  • Appreciate the splendid Baroque architecture of the Santa Maria della Vittoria church. See a large collection of artist Caravaggio’s paintings inside the San Luigi dei Francesi church. Visit the archeological wonder Basilica di San Clemente.
  • Admire the beautiful display of Baroque architecture of Fontana di Trevi (Trevi Fountain). Remember to toss a coin or two with your right hand over your left shoulder. As legend goes, people usually wish for a speedy return to Rome, or to find the love of their life in Rome.
  • Wander around the half-villa half-museum Galleria Borghese where you can see masterpieces such as Canova’s ‘Venus Victrix’, Bernini’s sculptures ‘David’ and ‘Apollo and Daphne’, and Caravaggio’s ‘Boy with a Basket of Fruit’ and ‘David and Goliath’.
  • Stroll along the historic Via Appia Antica (Ancient Appian Way) where the Spartacus army was executed in 71 B.C. Stop by and admire the various monuments along the way.
  • Enjoy the buzz and excitement of the alluring Piazza di Spagna (Spanish Steps). Climb the steps to get fine city views from the top. You will also find the 16th-century Trinità dei Monti church, and Obelisco Sallustiano, a Roman obelisk at the top of the steps.
  • Indulge in retail therapy at the small shops and designer boutiques on Via Condotti, a chic and fashionable street at the foot of the Spanish Steps.
  • Watch the bustling plaza of Campo de’ Fiori when the morning markets set up stalls with the freshest produce, flowers and food. After sundown, enjoy the vibrant nightlife at this plaza.
  • Enjoy a cup of coffee or a slice of pizza at the Piazza della Rotonda. Lounge around the 15th-century Piazza Navona, and people-watch as you sip on a beer or a hot chocolate.
  • Try to visit the Porta Portese Sunday market to browse through scores of stalls selling books, antiques, and vintage clothing.

Rome travel information

How long do people stay in Rome?

When visiting Rome the average booking length is 3 nights.

How much does a hotel cost in Rome?

On average, rooms will be priced around 117 C$ per night when booking a hotel in Rome; however the price you pay for your room will vary significantly depending on seasonality, location and facilities.

When is the best time to book a hotel in Rome?

January is the cheapest month to book a hotel in Rome. Prices can be 42% lower than other, busier months, so this is a great time to get a good deal.

Which day is cheapest to stay in Rome?

Room prices for hotels in Rome will be at their lowest on Sunday and peak on Friday.

How much does a hostel in Rome cost?

On average, a hostel in Rome will be priced around 68 C$. This price will be per person, per night and was obtained using hostel and 2-star or below hotels. In comparison, this will be 49 C$ lower than your typical Rome hotel.


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