Best Rome Hotels

Rome Colosseum with green grass and trees and blue sky

Our aim is to dedicate as much time as possible to traveling throughout the year. Having explored various destinations, Rome stands out as our top choice. It has consistently drawn us back for years, and we’re eager to share our insights about the locations, hotels, and attractions that the Eternal City has to offer. We are Boba and Yaga.

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16 Best Hotels in Rome

Bright hotel room of Portrait Roma
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Beautifully set dining table with flowers in vases, on the Hotel Splendide Royal terrace overlooking the sunset.
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Beautiful bright green room in Rocco Forte Hotel De Russie with garden view
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Hotel Eden - Dorchester Collection

The terrace of Hotel Eden with beautifully decorated tables and a view of Rome at sunset.
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Hassler Roma

Luxurious Hassler-Roma Hotel, furnished with rich fabrics, dark upholstery, and original paintings
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Parco dei Principi Grand Hotel & SPA

Sky view of the hotel pool in the middle of the park
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Rome Cavalieri, A Waldorf Astoria Hotel

Large Hotel Rome Cavalieris pool with loungers and umbrellas, surrounded by lush tree canopies
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The St. Regis Rome

Luxurious dove-grey entrance foyer with a 5-metre hand-blown glass chandelier
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Rocco Forte Hotel De La Ville

A Roman courtyard adorned with stylish umbrellas and plants
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Six Senses Rome

Beautiful spa of Hotel Six Senses Rome
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Baglioni Hotel Regina

The view of thei lluminated Baglioni Hotel Regina from the outside at night, with trees in front.
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Hotel Vilòn

Intimate and cosy space of Hotel Vilòn, a mysterious and bewitching atmosphere, the refined suggestions of exotic and refined details.
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Singer Palace Hotel

Beautiful rooftop restaurant of the Singer Palace Hotel in the evening
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The First Dolce

Luxurious room of The First Dolce Hotel with wooden walls and a headboard library with books, king-size bad, two chairs and a small table
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Umiltà 36

Unique, eclectic and sophisticated design, the black marble and gilt-edged glamour of all-day hangout Caffé Dandy, Hotel Umilta 36
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Bulgari Hotel Roma

A spacious bathroom of Bulgari Hotel Roma with vanity corner, steam shower and a beautiful bathtub made from a single block of arabesque Corchia marble whose shape is inspired by the Baths of Caracalla
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Rome Hotels lists

FAQ

Spring (April-June) and autumn (September-October) are ideal periods due to the pleasant climate and fewer tourists. Summer months can be hot (over 100F/40C) and crowded, while winters can be cold (about 30-35F, 3-5 C) and rainy but less crowded. We prefer the end of September or early October.

It is recommended to stay for at least 3 to 4 days to explore the main attractions of the city, but ideally, staying longer allows for a better understanding of the city and its culture. Our common stay is about 3 nights, but if you come for the first time, the optimum is 7 days to get some time to enjoy different activities. 

It is recommended to use public transportation such as the metro, buses, and trams. Additionally, many attractions are within walking distance of each other. We prefer walking, even though we may be a little overweight, as we can easily reach all the areas of interest on foot. Public transport is necessary if you want to reach specific locations such as the Olympic Stadium, for instance.

Rome is a relatively safe city, but like any major city, it is advisable to be cautious with your belongings and follow basic safety rules, such as keeping your wallet and mobile phones safe in crowded areas. We have never been in an insecure situation or targeted by pickpockets for years. Maybe the traffic could be the most dangerous aspect during your stay, since there are many electric cars and scooters in the city center. They are so quiet that you have to get used to it.

Rome has two main airports: Leonardo da Vinci (Fiumicino) and Ciampino. You can use taxis, buses, trains, or transfer services to reach the city center. We prefer taking the bus to Termini station and then adjusting your transportation based on the location of the hotel.

The city center (Centro Storico) is popular due to its proximity to major attractions, but Trastevere is also favored for its authentic atmosphere and a good selection of restaurants and bars. Other popular areas include Monti, Campo de’ Fiori, and Piazza Navona. We prefer staying within walking distance of our favorite Piazza Navona.

For first-time visitors to Rome, staying in the city center (Centro Storico) is highly recommended. This area offers easy access to major attractions such as the Colosseum, the Roman Forum, and the Pantheon. Additionally, the Centro Storico is filled with charming streets, lively piazzas, and a wide range of accommodation options to suit different budgets and preferences.

While specific hotels frequented by celebrities may vary depending on personal preferences and the purpose of their visit, some luxury hotels in Rome are known for hosting celebrities due to their reputation for impeccable service, privacy, and luxurious amenities. Examples include the Hotel Hassler Roma, Hotel Eden, and the Rome Cavalieri, A Waldorf Astoria Hotel. These hotels offer a high level of comfort and discretion, making them popular choices among celebrities visiting Rome.