Rome is an expensive city for Hotel accommodation and the closer you are to the Historic Centre the more expensive it gets. The balance to strike is between paying more and walking to the attractions vs. paying less but spending time on travel. Also, in Rome prices are generally a good indicator of the quality of hotel you will get. If you do decide to stay in the Historic Centre make sure to choose the area carefully, the variation in the neighbourhood can be wide.
Peak and Shoulder Season for hotels in Rome
- Peak Season
- June through August
- Shoulder Season
- April to June and September to October
- Low Season
- November and February
Where (which neighbourhood) should I stay in Rome?
Colosseum or Roman Forum
A very convenient area right in the middle of archeological sights of Ancient Rome, it is a short walk away from the Historic Centre
Winding streets of the Historic Centre of Rome and home to the famous fountains and squares with lots of nightlife. Note that many streets are traffic-free so getting to the hotel with luggage may be a challenge.
A popular and exclusive shopping area with international crowds and a vibrant atmosphere. Home to the Trevi Fountain, well connected by public transport and a short walk away from the sights.
For those who want to be close to the station and the quickest way to get from and to the airport. Not what you imagined Rome to be (a little run down but safe), but it is a practical option for most tourists. Hotels on the western side have easier access to the sights.
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