Where is the best area to stay in Rome?
Rome's historic center is on the UNESCO'S World Heritage List since 1980, hosting the vast majority of the tourist hightlights that the city has to offer: The Colisseum, The Roman Forum, The Pantheon, Trevi's Fountain, the Piazza di Spagna.
All the center can be accessed walking to marvel on its wonders. You'll only have to use the public transportation to visit the Vatican. The most sophisticated shops of Italy are located at the Via del Corso, Via Condotti and the surroundings of the Piazza di Spagna.
Hotels in Rome are usually criticized due to their low quality, but Best Location Hotels offers you a choice of the best hotels according to the users' opinion. The best location to stay in Rome is the historic center.
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Best hotels on Rome center
On the map, that shows the best area to stay in Rome, are located a selection of the best hotels at the discretion of Tripadvisor users. Passing the cursor over the icons, you see the exact address of the hotel and the link in order to book your hotel (BEST PRICE GUARANTEED). So, Best Location Hotels, offers a selection of the best rated hotels, located in the best place to stay in Rome, Italy, and also facilitates a link for information and reservation.
"Most agree that the best areas in Rome to stay( probably most central to attractions) would be Spanish Steps, Travi Fountain, Pantheon, Paizza Navona . The last three would be my first choices. After that you have The Termini, Coloseum, Trastevere and The Vatican areas"
"We stayed just behind Piazza Navona last year in a small hotel and found the location pretty good. There is no close metro but there is a bus from Roma Termini. We walked a lot to see the sights, shop and eat, rather than using transport."
"Depends on your priorities and your budget. I'm partial to the Trevi Fountain area because it puts you walking distance from virtually all the major sights. Except the Vatican.Use the nearby Metro stop."
"The Rome most central places for sightseeing are Foro Romano, Trevi - Historical Centre, Navona, Collosseum - and Pantheon but you can also stay a little outside these areas and easily get around the attractions on foot or by public transportation. The Repubblica area near the Roma Termini station is generally a little cheaper area where to stay."
"Don't stay up near the termini (station) There are lots of hotels on Via Nazionale, we stayed in a little lane way off via Cavour, the next one over. It was abut 10 mins walk to the station and about 10 mins down to the Colosseo. We even managed to get buses to St Peter's and the metro back."
"Don't stay anywhere around Trastevere or anywhere like that - gorgeous areas, but no transport anywhere. Basically, there's only 2 metro lines so it's better to not expect to rely on them. If you're in central Rome though everywhere's within walking distance."
What people says about the best rated hotels in central Rome. All them says "Great location"
Hotel Portrait Suites: "Portrait Suites is in the most perfect area in Rome. Via Condotti, the Spanish Steps and every other attraction is within easy walking distance (other than the Vatican). A lovely place to stay in Rome."
Artimide Hotel: "The hotel is on Via Nazionional which offers a great place to shop and eat. It is also very close to walk to the Termini train station to take the Metro. If you prefer you don't even need to take the Metro as most of the major landmarks are an easy 10/20 minute walk. For me, is the best hotel in Rome"
SuiteDreams: "The location is perfect, near metro station and a few minutes walk from Trevi, Colosseo. Phanteon, etc. The room was very clean and comfortable, especially the bathroom (big and modern). Great place to stay."
Albergo del Senato: "Most of the major sights are within walking distance (Piazza Navona,Trevi Fountain, Campo de Fiori, Spanish Steps and Victor Emmanuelle monument).Fantastic view of Piazza della Rotunda and the Pantheon. Wonderful place to stay"
Hotel Artorius: "This is a great hotel located in a fabulous area. From the small but lovely lobby to the turn of the century lift to the comfortable room, Artorius takes you back to a more gracious time when hotels were friendly, warm and inviting. Perfect for my first time in Rome"
Rafaello hotel: "We stayed here last week while spending 4 days in Rome. Location was an important factor for us and the hotel is very well located - 5 minutes walk from the Termini station, 10 minutes to the Colosseum, with most other big attractions being no more than 20-30 minutes walk away."
Residenza Cellini: "This hotel was a small and discreet "perfect find" for a romantic few days away in a fantastic City. The hotel was located right in the centre of Rome and we were able to walk to every site that we wanted to see. Wonderful hotel in the best area."
Hotel Ponte Sisto: "Stayed at this hotel for 2 nights in early February. Charming, small hotel, neatly tucked away, right down at the river. Great location for all the sights, very close to Campo di Fiori, Piazza Navonna, Pantheon etc. Trastevere area just over the bridge and you will get much better value eating there. Fantastic place where to stay in Rome."
Hotel Sofitel Roma Villa Borghese: "This hotel is located in the northeast part of Rome in a very quiet area. Everyhting is within walking distance yet is in an area not frequented by tourist. My dad, who's 58 with knee problems, was still able to walk to most places. The Spanish steps and Villa Borghese are especially close."
Hotel Madrid: "Hotel Madrid is a perfect place to stay in Rome. A great find in a great location in Rome. Convenient to Trevi Fountain, the Spanish Steps, Vatican City and may other sites. Hotel was also within walking distance to the train station which is how we arrived in Rome."
Hotel Cortina: "Friends and I had visit to Rome and we were staying at the Hotel Cortina Roma, just a perfect location close to shopping/dining area and most of the historical part of Rome. Walked to this hotel easily from Termini Railway station, pulling my suitcase, in about 15mins. Via Nazionale is a major road so easy easy to find the hotel."
Splendide Royal: "It's a very sophisticated and luxury place. First timers to Rome should consider this hotel. Walking distance to the spanish steps and other attractions. Great view and atmosphere from their dinner restaurant."
Hotel Modigliani: "Great place to stay, close to the subway so easy to get anywhere in Rome. Staff very friendly and room very clean. Breakfast was good and would stay there again. Room are small that whats you would expect in Rome."
Hotel Teatro di Pompeo: "The hotel was in a TERRIFIC location - next door to Campo de Fiori - but just around the corner so you didn't get the noise from the square. It is walking distance to all the big sights in Rome, and you can easily cross the river to the Trastevere neighborhood - which has some amazing restaurants."
Hotel Nerva: "This was an excellent choice and we would stay here again for sure. The location can't be beat — right next to Trajan's Forum and the Roman Forum"
Hotel Giuliana: "The location was perfect. It was a short walk to shopping, cafes, restaurants, and many tourist sites. For the sites a bit farther away, Termini station was only 7 minutes walk. Or the staff was always willing to call a taxi for us. The churches within walking distance were amazingly beautiful and worth seeing."
Hotel Golden: "Recently stayed at Hotel Golden - and it was a very pleasant stay. The hotel is located near Via Veneto. This is close to the shopping district in Via Del Corso. It is also close to the Trevi Fountain and Villa Borghese, must see sites in Italy."
Hotel Paba: "The location is great, as close to the sights as you could be and in an area that felt completely safe at night. We noticed many hotels in the same price bracket as this one were not as central and were mainly further East in the area around Termini station, which felt a little less safe to us. The hotel is a walking distance to Colosseum/roman forum and the bus stop just outside the hotel if you want to go to Termini."