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Foro Romano
Spanish Steps
Piazza Navona

Are there hotels available near Foro Romano?

The average price for hotels near Foro Romano is $180 per night. Of those hotels, momondo users recommend the 12 hotels below for those looking to stay in the area. Since Foro Romano is more popular at some times of year than others, prices may vary depending on when you plan your trip. Hotels near Foro Romano are typically 52% more expensive than the average hotel in Rome, which is $86.

Hotels near Foro Romano

Are there hotels available near Spanish Steps?

Below are the 12 user recommended hotels in the area of Rome that is closest to Spanish Steps. The average price near Spanish Steps is $180/night, with prices varying based on several factors including time of year. Hotels near Spanish Steps are typically 52% more expensive than the average hotel in Rome, which is $86.

Hotels near Spanish Steps

Are there hotels available near Piazza Navona?

Hotels near Piazza Navona are typically 52% more expensive than the average hotel in Rome, which is $86.

Hotels near Piazza Navona

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The cheapest time to book hotels in Rome is: 1-2 star, on the same day that your stay begins. 3 star, on the same day that your stay begins. 4-5 star, on the same day that your stay begins.
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$66 - $86
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$74 - $96
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$131 - $143

Rome travel tips

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Best time to visit Rome

Rome is hot, humid, and buzzing with activity through the summer months from June – August. Due to the large tourist crowds, hotel rates are considerably higher and you may find it difficult to find a hotel of your choice unless you book several months in advance. To experience less crowds and pleasant average temperatures of approximately 65 degrees Fahrenheit, visit Rome in the shoulder months of May or September. During the rest of the year between October – April, average temperatures remain around 40 – 50 degrees Fahrenheit. Pack a warm jacket, or dress in layers, and enjoy the cool weather as you explore the city during this time.

Getting around Rome

One of the best ways to truly admire Rome’s historic landmarks and top sites is to explore the city on foot. Moreover, many of the attractions are clustered in a compact, pedestrian-only zone. To visit Vatican City, you can hail a taxi or use the Rome Metro (subway system) which costs €1.50 EUR for a time-integrated ticket of up to 100-minutes. A bus ticket costs the same as the metro, but the city does see its fair share of traffic jams that tend to cause delays in on-ground transportation, be it buses or taxis. You can consider buying a Roma Pass, which will allow you discounted access to several popular tourist attractions, and free use of all modes of public transport (operated by ATAC) up to card validity. A 48-hour card costs €28.00 EUR, while a 72-hour card is for €38.50 EUR.

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Where to stay in Rome

Best places to stay in Rome

A sprawling metropolis with over 3,000 years of globally inspiring art, architecture, culture and history, Rome is every bit true to its nickname of the ‘Eternal City’. There is so much to see and do here, that tourists often joke they need an eternity to truly experience Rome. Each part of the city is unique, catering to different moods and interests. Choose your neighborhood and accommodation depending on the kind of vibe that appeals to you.

Centro Storico – For the romantic side of Rome

A labyrinth of cobbled streets, narrow alleys, ornate Baroque churches, and lively piazzas (plazas), Centro Storico (historic center) is the Rome you see in the movies. Many of the tourist attractions are in this area and within a short walk of each other. Just a minute’s walk from the 1st-century Piazza Navona, enjoy elegant accommodation at Hotel Raphaël, set in a magnificent mansion with an ivy façade. Or check out the Navona Loft, an art gallery converted into a loft-style guest house, set in a 1650-dated building in the heart of Centro Storico.

Campo de’ Fiori and the Ghetto – For the picturesque side of Rome

Campo de’ Fiori is technically a part of the historic center, but it’s a relatively tranquil area. The streets are full of independent boutiques, bars and eateries. The old Jewish Ghetto to the southeast of Campo de’ Fiori is a vibrant area with some great options for eating out. Consider staying in charming, individually decorated rooms in the DOM hotel, set in a 17th-century noble building on the iconic Via Giulia. You can also look at Domus Ester, cozy bed and breakfast accommodation just a 5-minute walk from the Jewish Ghetto.

Via Veneto and Villa Borghese – For luxurious Rome

Via Veneto and Villa Borghese are upscale neighborhoods with plenty of fine dining restaurants and hip bars. These areas are a short bus or taxi ride away from the historic center. Uniformed doormen, ornate lobbies and marble floors are a common sight at the ultra-luxury hotels in these areas. Enjoy the refined style and elegance of Hotel Splendide Royal, which features ultra-luxurious rooms and suites, modern amenities and a hill-top location with panoramic city views. Just steps away from Via Veneto, you can also look at the Principi Grand Hotel & Spa Park, offering beautiful, luxury accommodation overlooking the gardens of Villa Borghese.

Monti and Celian Hill – For the small-town vibe of Rome

Monti is a hip neighborhood with cool cafés and unique boutiques, while Celian Hill (one of the 7 hills in Rome) has its own low-key bustle and cozy local restaurants. Stay at Hotel Rosetta amid shops and restaurants in the heart of Monti. You can enjoy a luxurious stay at the Palazzo Manfredi that features plush, modern rooms, a full concierge service and a rooftop terrace with Colosseum views. The Colosseum is a 6-minute walk from this hotel.

Trastevere – For nightlife in Rome

With its riverfront location, tiny piazzas, ivy-covered buildings, and narrow alleyways, the Trastevere neighborhood offers plenty of Instagram-worthy photo opportunities. The streets are lined with some authentic trattorias and excellent bars and you’ll be just a short walk away from the historic center, as well as Vatican City. Check out Hotel Santa Maria set in a 16th-century renovated cloister ,just steps away from the famous Piazza di Santa Maria.

Tridente – For the shopper’s haven that is Rome

The northern part of the historic center, this neighborhood gets its name because of the shape created by 3 streets that intersect at the Piazza del Popolo. Tridente is home to the famous Spanish Steps, and also features plenty of designer boutiques and expensive eateries. Indulge in a luxurious stay at the Portrait Roma. Choose from a range of accommodations, including sophisticated suites, unique studios and a grand penthouse. Or consider the modest rooms of Hotel Panda, a 3-minute walk from the Spanish Steps.

Cheap hotels in Rome

Rome is an expensive city, so if you can save on your accommodation, you can explore more of the city. Just a 2-minute walk from Roma Termini train station, you have the M & J Place Hostel Rome with dormitory-style accommodation. Just a block away, you can stay at Wow Roma, a comfortable bed and breakfast that boasts friendly hosts, attractive rates, and an excellent location. Near the Villa Borghese gardens, you can look at elegant accommodation at The Duke Hotel on Via Archimede. You can also consider the gorgeous family-run accommodation of La Settima Luna Guest House, on Via Umbria, near the spectacular Piazza Barberini.

Learn about attractions and sights in Rome

When in Rome, do as the Romans do! Gorge on delicious gelatos, feast in the Campo de’ Fiori Market, find the best pizza places, and unwind with an ‘aperitivo’. But if you are visiting Rome for the first time, it is understandable that you wish to see the city’s top sites and attractions. Here is a list of what should not be missed on your first Roman holiday.

  • Visit the 2000-year old Pantheon, one of the most famous landmarks in Rome. It’s known for its perfect proportions created as early as in 120 A.D.
  • Book a guided tour of Vatican City and get fascinating insights into the world’s smallest independent city-state. Pay your respects at the Basilica di San Pietro (St. Peter’s Basilica), wander through the treasures of the Vatican Museums, and check out the awe-inspiring frescos of Michelangelo on the walls and ceilings of the Sistine Chapel.
  • Head to the Campo de’ Fiori markets during the mornings to look at some of the freshest produce, flowers and food stalls. At night, watch this plaza transform into a vibrant party place.
  • Wander around and appreciate the fine architecture of stunning historic churches such as Santa Maria della Vittoria, Basilica di San Clemente, and San Luigi dei Francesi. The latter also displays a large collection of artist Caravaggio’s paintings.
  • Visit the Musei Capitolini (Capitoline Museums), the world’s first public museum, where you can learn about Roman history through art, artifacts and sculptures. To add something quirky or unusual to your trip, check out the Piccolo Museo Del Purgatorio (Museum of the Holy Souls in Purgatory ) or Museo Nazionale delle Paste Alimentari (National Museum of Pasta Foods.
  • Admire masterpieces such as Canova’s ‘Venus Victrix’, Bernini’s sculptures ‘David’ and ‘Apollo and Daphne’, Caravaggio’s ‘Boy with a Basket of Fruit’ and ‘David and Goliath’ at the Galleria Borghese, a half-villa half-museum with resplendent gardens.
  • Circle the Colosseum, inside and out, for incredible insights into ancient Roman life.
  • Click postcard-worthy pictures at the alluring Piazza di Spagna (Spanish Steps). Enjoy fine city views from the top of the steps. Also visit the 16th-century Trinità dei Monti church, and Obelisco Sallustiano, a Roman obelisk at the top of the steps.
  • Go on a shopping spree at the scores of small, designer boutiques on Via Condotti, a chic and fashionable street at the foot of the Spanish Steps.
  • Lounge around at the Piazza Navona and enjoy a drink or meal at the scores of eateries and cafés housed within the plaza.
  • Admire the marvelous Baroque-style architecture of Fontana di Trevi (Trevi Fountain). Remember to throw a coin or two in the Trevi Fountain and wish for a speedy return to the city, so that you can plan a few off-the-beaten path itineraries during your next trip to Rome!

Rome travel information

How long do people stay in Rome?

3 nights is the typical length of stay for people visiting Rome.

How much does a hotel cost in Rome?

The cost of a hotel room in Rome will vary according to demand, location and star rating. On average, rooms will cost around $127 per night.

When is the best time to book a hotel in Rome?

Hotels in Rome are usually cheapest during the month of January, you can expect a price decrease of around 37% during this period.

Which day is cheapest to stay in Rome?

Room prices for hotels in Rome will be at their lowest on Saturday and peak on Wednesday.

How much does a hostel in Rome cost?

On average, a hostel in Rome will be priced around $84. This price will be per person, per night and was obtained using hostel and 2 star or below hotels. In comparison, this will be $42 lower than your typical Rome hotel.

Based on the weather in Rome, what attractions are popular during December?

With an average temperature of 50 °F and a fairly low chance of precipitation (3.5″), December is a great month to explore the outdoors near Rome.