In a city with Roman ruins, Bernini statues, Baroque churches and a plate of pasta wherever you turn, it can be difficult to decide on the best area to stay in. However it is totally possible to find a hotel in Rome that is both affordable and that provides easy access to all corners of the Capital!
Luckily you have us here to do all the leg work and suggest Rome’s most well-priced and well-connected hotels. All you have to do is decide what you want to do first. Will it be the Imperial Fora or the Vatican Museum? Will you eat pizza or pasta? Get yourself ready to take off and live a bit of la Dolce Vita!
A cheap Rome hotel in the heart of the city
[stars number="3"] | Hotel del Sole
If you want everything from your hotel: A super-central location, a unique view and a good price… you want the Hotel del Sole. It’s situated about a minute’s walk from Campo de’ Fiori and less than ten minutes from Piazza Navona. From here you can easily reach the rest of Rome’s tourist attractions both on foot and by public transport.
How does that location sound? Well you haven’t been up to the roof terrace yet (check out the photos below if you don’t believe us). You can have breakfast with views of the church domes and enjoy the scenery in complete peace.
If you don’t know where to go for dinner, you can do your research in the pleasant surrounds of the hotel’s inner courtyard, perhaps sipping on an aperitivo. Like we said, la Dolce Vita...[button text="Compare price" href="https://www.trivago.co.uk/roma-44337/hotel/hotel-sole--17523"] [related-article id="12291"]
A cheap Rome hotel in the San Giovanni District
[stars number="4"] | Eurostars Saint John
Perfect for… those who want to stay in an authentically Roman district without being too far from the city centre.
Eurostars Saint John is perfect if you want to stay somewhere slightly out of the way but still pretty central.
Just two minutes away from the property is the Manzoni metro station, which will quickly get you to the city’s main tourist spots. Want to visit something nearby? Well, just a five-minute walk from Saint John you will come across the impressive Archbasilica of St. John Lateran.
After a day of exploring Rome had back to your hotel to spend some time relaxing in your own private Jacuzzi. Opt for a suite and enjoy the hot tub in your bathroom or go all out and opt for a room with a hot tub on the balcony. From here you can take in panoramic views of Rome whilst enjoying the hot massage jets of the Jacuzzi.[button text="Compare price" href="https://www.trivago.co.uk/roma-44337/hotel/eurostars-saint-john-848536"]
A cheap hotel in Rome just outside the city centre in the Ostiense-EUR District
[stars number="4"] | Pulitzer Roma
Perfect for… those who want convenience and amenities without spending a fortune.
Do you think staying outside the city centre is inconvenient? That’s because you have never stayed at the Pulitzer Roma in the EUR district. Allow yourself to be immersed in this hotel’s chic, 70’s-inspired surroundings that give this place a warm, welcoming atmosphere. If, as well as all that style, you want the convenience of getting around easily, the hotel is very close to the Marconi metro stop.
This will take you straight to the Colosseum where you can snap a classic Roman selfie. If you’re tired after all that walking, head up to the roof terrace and plunge into the hydro pool with views across the capital… what more could you want?[button text="Compare price" href="https://www.trivago.co.uk/roma-44337/hotel/pulitzer-roma-904047"]
A cheap hotel in the historical centre of Rome
[stars number="2"] | Hotel Italia
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Perfect for… staying close to the heart of Ancient Rome and exploring it on foot.
The hotel Italia is pretty much the perfect solution if you love the idea of going for a walk near the Imperial Fora, Piazza Venezia, the Colosseum, the Quirinale and so on, and so forth… bring your comfortable shoes and you won’t ever have to take public transport!
After a day of walking the cobblestone streets of Rome, a room filled with all the comforts you could hope for and decorated in pastel hues awaits to help you relax. There’s really no better welcome than this hotel’s homely atmosphere. If you have any questions about how to get to the city’s key points of interest, ask the hotel staff, who will be more than happy to help.[button text="Compare price" href="https://www.trivago.co.uk/roma-44337/hotel/italia-1234191"]
A budget-friendly hotel in Rome close to the stunning Villa Borghese
[stars number="3"] | Lilium Hotel
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Perfect for… those who love staying somewhere welcoming in the city centre.
The Lilium is one of Rome’s best-kept secrets: A small budget hotel in the Sallustiano district, a stone’s throw from Villa Borghese and Via Veneto.
What makes this hotel’s atmosphere so special are the rooms decorated in different colours, each representative of a flower, and the welcoming communal areas, adorned with big windows and little Art Nouveau style wrought iron balconies.
If you love a good espresso, take a look at the striking brass coffee machine that towers over the breakfast room. It isn’t just beautiful to look at; the coffee is so good it will give you the energy you need to take on all the wonders of the Galleria Borghese not far from the hotel.[button text="Compare price" href="https://www.trivago.co.uk/roma-44337/hotel/lilium-hotel-17243"]
A cheap hotel in Rome close to the Vatican
[stars number="3"] | Hearth
Perfect for… those who want their stay to be blessed.
Do you think that the highlight of your trip will be a visit to the Vatican Museums and to the Sistine Chapel, but just the thought of waiting in line puts you off?
Well you should choose Hearth hotel, located so close to the Museums that you can watch the line directly from your windows and choose the perfect moment to go. Its location right outside the borders of the Vatican City is not only perfect for exploring Rome’s religious side, but is also ideal for exploring its not-so-saintly side, thanks to its proximity to the Ottaviano San Pietro metro stop, which takes you to the other districts in the city. It’s like a miracle![button text="Compare price" href="https://www.trivago.co.uk/roma-44337/hotel/hearth-2633950"]
A cheap hotel in Rome close to Circus Maximus
Perfect for… those who want to explore the Circus Maximus and the Baths of Caracalla or see the giant Dome of St. Peter’s through a keyhole.
Close to Circus Maximus and the metro stop of the same name is this truly one-of-a-kind hotel: The Corner Rome, a sophisticated villa, kitted out in Liberty pop style.
If you appreciate the finer things in life, you are in just the place: aside from its sophisticated and refined design, The Corner sets itself apart with its kitchen and cocktails. Once you have seen the corner bar and lounge garden, you definitely won’t want to miss the chance to celebrate your days in Rome with a toast.
To finish the evening off properly, take a short walk to explore the famous keyhole, from where you can see the Dome of St. Peter’s Basilica in all its illuminated glory. At such a short distance from the hotel, you have no excuse not to![button text="Compare price" href="https://www.trivago.co.uk/roma-44337/hotel/the-corner-rome-3134464"]