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Where to Stay in Rome: Our Favourite Places And Neighbourhoods (2024)

The Roman Forum in Rome Italy

So you’ve finally bit the bullet and are planning that trip to Rome? That’s fantastic, and I’m sure you’ll love the city every bit as much as I did. And if you need help figuring out where to stay in Rome, you’re in the right place because I’ve got hotel recommendations in all the best neighborhoods! 

From the best boutique hotels in Trastevere to the top luxury hotels in the Eternal City, this guide offers something to every type of traveler. I’ve got a place in mind whether you want to stay around the corner from the Trevi fountain or far from the noise and crowds of Rome’s historic center. 

The Roman Forum in Rome Italy

You should listen to me because I practically became an expert on Rome after visiting at least 6 times over the years. I learned how to avoid most tourist traps, see (almost) all the sights that interested me, how to find accommodations appropriate for my budget and travel preferences. Combine that with the amount of times Dave and Deb have visited and you will see why we know the best places to stay in Rome.

Where To Stay In Rome

Keep two things in mind when booking a hotel in Rome – the location of the accommodation in relation to public transport and the density of tourist crowds in the area. The city is massive and it’s not realistic to walk everywhere all the time, especially if you’re in town for a while. Buses are the slowest mode of public transport, but the main one for getting around Centro Storico. 

Trams and metro are faster, with the latter being the quickest option for traveling from, say, the Colosseum to the Spanish Steps, but they don’t cover the city as extensively. As for the crowds, let’s just say that if you don’t like being in a sea of people, you will not enjoy exploring Rome’s historic center. Book a hotel farther from the tourist areas to experience a more quiet and peaceful vibe in this mega-popular metropolis. 

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Where We Stayed in Rome

Dave and Seb stayed at Hotel Nazionale in Centro Storico for the first time and recommend it to other travelers who prefer a centrally located hotel. All the top sights are within walking distance, and you’ll enjoy spacious rooms with comfy beds. 

I stayed at Morgagni House, and I recommend it to travelers on a tight budget who want to get the best value for money. If you don’t mind riding the metro, you’re only 15 minutes away from the heart of Rome. 

Trastevere: Our Recommendation 

Trastevere neighbourhood in RomeTrastevere neighbourhood in Rome

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