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Hotel Best Roma

Via Di Porta Maggiore 51, Rome - Map
"Lovely hotel in great position "
Enjoyable stay, good location, friendly staff, excellent breakfast, but i had 3 cold showers
Traveller from Australia
UNA Hotel Roma - Rome Hotels

UNA Hotel Roma

Via Giovanni Amendola, 57, Rome - Map
"Nice hotel"
Nice clean secure hotel close to public transport with good facilities. Breakfast buffet was great. Restaurant staff and porters were nice and friendly but the front desk/reception staff could learn to be more courteous and engaging which is why my overall rating is a 3.
Traveller from Australia
In the heart of the capital city, a few steps away from Termini Station, the new UNA Hotel Roma has 197 rooms with a style …More
Hotel Diocleziano - Rome Hotels

Hotel Diocleziano

Via Gaeta 71, Rome - Map
"Great staff and large room. "
The staff were excellent and accommodating. The room was very large and comfortable. Hotel was close to metro and area was ok.
Traveller from w. melbourne australia
Bettoja Hotel Mediterraneo - Rome Hotels

Bettoja Hotel Mediterraneo

Via Cavour 15, Rome - Map
"Very comfortable centrally located hotel. "
100 meters from where direct airport train arrives. Recommend Superior Room. Centrally located.
Traveller from melbourne
Hotel Delle Nazioni - Rome Hotels

Hotel Delle Nazioni

Via Poli 7, Rome - Map
4.3 out of 5 (1,688 reviews)
Portrait Roma - Rome Hotels

Portrait Roma

Via Bocca di Leone 23, Rome - Map
5.0 out of 5 (4 reviews)
Delight in the Dolce Vita at the breathtaking Portrait Roma in Rome in the heart of Via Condotti, a stone throw away from the …More
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Domus Australia

Via Cernaia, 14B, Rome - Map
"Overnight visit"
Chose the hotel due to close proximity to main railway and reasonable cost. Delighted to find out: 1. the staff spoke English well above the average in Italy ( we had stayed elsewhere for 3 nights previously in Rome prior to our trip to Sorrento) 2. Room was much larger than average in London/ Rome centre 3. Room was really clean 4. Wi Fi works really ( it didn't at the Olympic where we stayed previously) 5. The lifts work well 6. There is also access to desktop computer and printer which actually works! So you easily print out train ticket/boarding passes of toy vouchers if you need a paper copy 7. Breakfast buffet includes vegemite and scrambled eggs/ bacon rashers at no extra cost in nice clean spacious ( compared to average in London/Rome) dining room
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Domus Australia is the new boutique guest house in central Rome, offering a calm and welcoming refuge from the busy tourist …More
Hotel Quirinale - Rome Hotels

Hotel Quirinale

Via Nazionale 7, Rome - Map
"A convenient place to stay"
This hotel suited our needs. Easy walk to Roma Termini 5-10 minutes with bags. Check in and out easy. Staff extremely helpful with bags. Restaurants, supermarket and other shops easy walk. Room small but clean.
A Traveller
Starhotels Metropole - Rome Hotels

Starhotels Metropole

Via Principe Amedeo 3, Rome - Map
"Comfortable hotel close to Termini Station"
Stayed 4 nights and was totally satisfied. Room was comfortable, clean and well serviced. Buffet breakfast was perfectly acceptable - don't expect gourmet - breakfast room staff were excellent, cheerfully willing and attentive.
Traveller from Queensland, Australia
Hotel Nord Nuova Roma - Rome Hotels

Hotel Nord Nuova Roma

Via Giovanni Amendola, 3, Rome - Map
"Clean, comfortable hotel near Termini Station"
Clean, comfortable hotel 5 minutes easy walk (even with luggage) to Termini Station but not near annoying train noise. Hotel staff helpful and friendly. Standard room and ensuite good size not cramped at all. Great breakfast. Lift and gym. Walking distance to many sights in Rome. Close to hop on hop off bus stop. Used the hotel for one night between returning from cruise and onward flight next day. Used train from port and to FCO airport and this hotel's position near station was perfect. Fairly quiet street.
Traveller from Wollongong Australia

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    Accommodation In Rome

    We’ve all heard the expression “When in Rome, do as the Romans do”, but how many people actually get to live it? Luckily for you, doing as the modern Romans do involves fewer fights to the death and plenty of food, art and fashion. Booking accommodation in Rome is the first step to discovering “The Eternal City.” Once that’s done, throw out a quick prayer to Mercury—the Roman god of travel—and get started planning the rest of your itinerary.

    Things to Do in Rome

    With more than 2,500 years of history easily accessible from our hotels in Rome, the sheer magnitude of the city’s attractions can be humbling. Start your trip at the 2,000-year-old famed Pantheon. It’s the world’s largest unsupported concrete dome, which baffles architects to this day. Skip forward in time with a visit to the 18th-century Trevi Fountain, an intricate baroque sculpture of Neptune, god of the sea. As local legend goes, if you throw a coin into the waters over your shoulder, you’re sure to return to Rome; if you drink from the smaller Fountain of Lovers with your beloved, you’ll be together forever—so you better be sure!

    You’ll always be able to return to the present day when you book accommodation near Olympic Stadium, the ultra-modern sports complex and home of two Serie A football clubs. Catch a Lazio or Roma game with 40,000 other footy fanatics, then chow down on carbonara (pasta with eggs, cheese and bacon) or suppli (fried rice balls). When in Rome, you’ll need to forget about eating healthy—you’re on holiday!

    Getting To & Around Rome

    Flights to Rome will land at Leonardo da Vinci International Airport (FCO), about 25 km from downtown. The Leonardo Express Train runs every 30 minutes to Roma Termini, the main railway station, and from there you can catch a subway or bus to any destination. Some major attractions, like the Vatican and Colosseum, are on the subway lines; however, you’ll probably need to grab a bus map as well.

    Pro Tip: Many people in Rome do speak English, but be sure you have simple phrasebook so you can approach them politely. Plus, who can complain about learning a little Italian? Veni, vidi, vici!

    Best Time to Travel

    The weather in Rome is relatively mild year-round thanks to its Mediterranean location; though winters can be chilly and light snow is possible, this can be a great time to get great deals on Rome hotels. An important caveat is Christmas, when the masses flock to St. Peter’s Square for papal prayer. Aside from Jesus’ birthday, spring and fall are also high seasons for tourism, with good reason for the rush: the weather is gorgeous, and the festivals are in full swing. Whenever you travel, Rome holidays live up to the hype—ancient Romans had more than 150 official days off, and today’s locals keep the party spirit going.

    When you book Rome accommodation with Wotif, you’ll find this Italian city isn’t the only thing that’s “Eternal”; your memories and stories will last a lifetime.

    From the Coliseum to the Pantheon, the Sistine Chapel and Palatine Hill, Rome is home to some of the world’s most recognizable landmarks. While the impulse to rush from sight to sight is understandable, don’t sell yourself—or the city—short. Some of your best discoveries in Rome will be those you happen upon by accident; ducking into an ancient church on a side street housing a masterpiece of sacred art, stumbling upon an expansive piazza in the early morning light, and sampling the best pizza that you’ve ever tasted in your life.

    Rome is the Eternal City, so approach it as if you have all the time in the world to explore. There's no need to cram everything into one visit as you'll soon fall under the city's spell, and return again and again.

    'La Dolce Vita'

    If you're searching for the good life, all roads lead to Rome. The city is a dizzying combination of cosmopolitan capital and ancient wonderland. The home of Catholicism, it also plays host to nightclubs that stay open until dawn.

    One of the most iconic images of the city comes from the filmmaker Federico Fellini, one of Rome's most adoring fans. In La Dolce Vita (The Sweet Life), Anita Ekberg frolics in the beautiful Trevi fountain after a long night's revelry. The scene is spontaneous, sexy, carefree, and a little crazy, reflecting Rome itself and the visceral impact it has on visitors. Try a romantic cruise down the Tiber River or watch the world go by from a Trastevere café and you too will believe life can't get any sweeter.

    Big city charms

    Rome is situated in the middle of Italy, the perfect position for the country’s capital. In some respects, however, it is set apart from the rest of the country and has a personality all of its own.

    Rome is as much about frenetic traffic as chilling over cappuccino, appreciating art as appreciating gelato on a hot summer day. Hit the museums (the Vatican Museums are extraordinary, as are the Capitoline Museums and a litany of others), but then slow down and stroll through Villa Borghese, a large park well loved for picnics (and its museum the Borghese Gallery).

    With its culture, art, food, and wine, a Roman holiday is like no other, distilling all that can be enjoyed in life. Hide