Finding an inexpensive hotel in Rome’s center isn’t easy. You’ll need to look at tons of sites, compare prices, and check the location’s convenience. But staying in the center will let you save money on transport since all the tourist destinations will be within walking distance. Before we start the review of inexpensive hotels in Rome’s center, we want to remind you that the prices greatly depend on the season.
Season A is the Christmas and New Year’s holidays, Easter, and a week in August starting on the 15th. All other times are season B, when the prices decrease depending on how far off the above holidays are. It’s worth remembering that all hotels in Rome have an additional tax of 6 Euros per person per day that is paid when you check out.
Inexpensive hotels in Trevi
Hotel Accademia is a 3-star hotel with 87 comfortable rooms and free internet. This comparatively inexpensive hotel is near the Trevi Fountain. Check-in is from 2 to 11, and check-out from 7 to 11. The rooms have everything you need for a comfortable stay including a toilet, a shower, a fan, AC, heating, a mini bar, a safe, a telephone, a TV and toiletries. You can request a child bed in advance. You can book a room using this link.
The address is Piazza Accademia di San Luca 75. You can get to the hotel on the metro: take Anagnina-Battistini Line A to the Barberini stop.
Hotel Regno is an inexpensive 3-star hotel in a 16th-century building. It has 70 rooms with AC, internet, a telephone, TV, a mini bar, a bathroom with a shower, a fan and toiletries. Some rooms also have terraces. Check-in starts at 2 and check-out is until 11. Breakfast is served from 7 until 10. You can book a room here.
Inexpensive hotels in Monti
Hotel St. Moritz is a 3-star Roman classic. It has 19 rooms with bathrooms, fans, mini-bars, safes, telephones, TVs, Wi Fi and a tea pot. Hotel guests are offered breakfast. Check-in starts at 2 and check-out ends at 10. You can find more information about the hotel and available rooms using this link.
The address is Via Nazionale 51. You can get there on the metro line A to Termini station, then walk to Piazza della Repubblica, turn onto Via Nazionale and walk to the address.
Inexpensive hotels in Parione
Sole Roma, like other inexpensive hotels in Rome, has 3 stars. It has 58 very comfortable rooms with nice bathrooms, heating, AC, internet and a TV. The hotel has a guarded garage, terrace, and interior garden with chairs and tables. You can check in at any time, and the staff speaks many languages. You can learn more about the hotel and book a room here.
The address is Via del Biscione 76. You can get there from Termini station on the 64 bus, or take the 40 Express to the Corso Vittorio Emanuele stop.
Inexpensive hotels around the Vatican
Rome Dei Papi Hotel de Charme is a 3-star hotel with comfortable rooms. They have a bathroom, a fan, a TV, a mini-bar and internet. It also has a guarded garage, a bar and a laundry room. You can book a room here.
The address is Piazza Adriana 5. The best way to get there is from the Termini station on the 70 and 492 bus to the Piazza Cavour stop. Then you need to either walk 40 meters or take the 40 bus to the Castel Sant’Angelo stop.
Giuggioli is an expensive hotel near the Vatican in a 19th-century building. All the rooms are standard and have a bathroom with a shower, a fan, a TV, Wi Fi, a safe, a mini-bar, AC and heating. Check-in starts at 2 and check-out ends at 10. Breakfast is included. You can book a room here.
The address is Via Germanico 198. We recommend taking the metro line A to the Lepanto or Ottaviano stop.
Inexpensive hotels near the Colosseum
Domus Colosseo is in the historical center of Rome, just 250 meters from the legendary Colosseum. The rooms have AC and LCD TVs. The whole hotel has free Wi Fi. You can learn more about the hotel here.
The address is Via Marco Aurelio 37A. You need to take the metro line B from the Termini train station to the Colosseo stop. When leaving the metro, you’ll need to keep the Colosseum on your left as you pass it, go to the light, then onto Via Labicana street and turn to the right onto Via Celimontana at the first intersection. Keep going on this street and you’ll find your destination at the fourth intersection.
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