Where to Stay in Rome

Best Rated Hotels in Rome, Italy

Here's our selection of best rated hotels in Rome. Click on a link to see the best hotels that fit with where you want to stay in Rome.

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Best Rated Rome Historic Center Hotels

Trevi Fountain, Rome Historic Center
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In Rome's historic center you'll find ancient monuments, medieval and Renaissance architecture, museums, lively squares, and restaurants. All of these hotels are centrally located near restaurants and sights. If you want to be in the center, check out these top rated hotels.

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Best Rated Hotels and Lodging in Trastevere

Rome's Trastevere neighborhood is a charming area across the Tiber River from the main tourist attractions. Trastevere makes a good place to stay for those who don't want to be in the midst of the tourist crowds. These are top-rated hotels, guest houses, bed and breakfast inns, and apartments in Trastevere.

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Best Places to Stay by the Vatican and Saint Peter's Square

If you want to spend time in Vatican City visiting Saint Peter's Basilica and the Vatican Museums, you might want to stay near Vatican City. These top-rated hotels and bed and breakfast inns are near Saint Peter's Square and the Vatican.

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Best Rated Budget Hotels in Rome

For those traveling on a budget, these Rome top-rated hotels are a good option. These budget hotels are still centrally located, either near historic sites or the train station.

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Best Rated Rome Fiumicino Airport Hotels

Fiumicino Airport, sometimes known as Aeroporto Leonardo da Vinci di Fiumicino, is Italy's largest airport. If you are arriving on a late night flight or departing on an early morning flight, you might want to stay near the airport. Here are top rated hotels near​ Fiumicino airport.

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Agriturismo in the Lazio Countryside Around Rome

If you'd prefer to stay outside the city and experience a bit of country life, an agriturismo, or farm holiday house, might be a good option.

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