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Rome Holidays & Hotels

Hotels in Rome

From luxurious hotels to modern family friendly apartments, the accommodation options for your holiday to Rome are plentiful. Whether you’re after an all-inclusive break in the middle of all the action, or want somewhere a little quieter, you’ll find it in Rome.

Known as the Eternal City, Italy’s capital city attracts millions of holidaymakers every year for its world-famous buildings, extensive history, and lively night time entertainment. And once you’ve ticked all the bucket list sights off your list, there are mountains of hidden gems for you to uncover...

Where to stay

Historic Centre

For your first holiday to the city, as well as those wanting to be on the doorstep of Rome’s most romantic buildings, there’s nowhere better than the historic centre to stay. There’s a real mix of accommodation options, from 5* luxury hotels to cheaper apartments, making it an accessible area for all to stay in. Once you’ve unpacked, you’ll be only minutes away from the Trevi Fountain and the Pantheon, while there are plenty of charming winding streets to go exploring down.


Despite being away from the city centre, Trastevere is still one of the most popular neighbourhoods for people to stay in during their holiday. It’s got a lot of affordable accommodation up its sleeve, from budget hotel chains to local B&Bs. But what really sets it apart from other areas is its vibrant, bohemian vibe that comes to life at night with craft beer pubs and authentic Italian restaurants. It’s also one of the most photogenic areas of Rome, complete with colourful, well-loved buildings and quaint cobbled streets.

San Giovanni

San Giovanni offers a glimpse into the residential side of Rome, with streets filled with second-hand markets and cafes frequented by all the locals. It’s a neighbourhood that’s well-connected to the rest of the city, though; if you don’t fancy the half-hour walk from your hotel into the city centre, the metro will whisk you there in a matter of minutes. Be sure to check out the stunning Basilica di San Giovanni in Laterano while you’re in the area.

What to see

World-famous sights can all be found dotted around this sprawling city, making it the perfect place to tick off several bucket list entries. No holiday to Rome is complete without a tour of the Roman Colosseum, considered one of the new seven wonders of the world. Kids and adults alike will love the tour of the gladiator’s arena. Another key sight is the Pantheon, a former Roman temple built around 126 AD. It’s now a Catholic church, and a stroll inside to marvel at the stunning domed ceiling is an absolute must.

The incredible Trevi Fountain is something that’s best enjoyed early in the morning before the hoards of tourists descend; bring along some coins to toss in while you make a wish, before you head to Vatican City to explore the Sistine Chapel and St Peter’s Basilica. During the summer months, the Spanish Steps, built in the 18th century, are filled with tourists and locals. As well as being a popular meeting point, these steps have also had starring roles in many movies and TV shows throughout the years, including Roman Holiday and Everybody Loves Raymond.


By day you can explore the rich culture of Rome; and by night you can get to grips with the city’s vibrant nightlife. From chic bars to hidden speakeasys and thumping clubs, Rome’s nightlife has it all. To see a different side of the city, head up to one of the many rooftop bars that are dotted around or look into local live music gigs or burlesque shows. Trastevere is one of the liveliest areas to focus on if you’re looking for an all-nighter, while the historic centre is also home to its fair share of stylish cocktail bars and live jazz venues.           

What to eat

Come rain or shine, the food in Rome has something to offer for all occasions. Pizza and pasta are notable favourites and can be found in restaurants and markets all across the city. Carbonara and cacio e pepe are two of the most popular pasta dishes, with the latter taking in lashings of black pepper alongside a salty, aged sheep’s milk cheese. When the sun’s out, treat yourself to some gelato - gelaterias all over Rome sell a variety of them, from traditional flavours to more out-there concoctions.


Designer shops, independent boutiques and high street stores can be found all around Rome, making it the perfect place for shopaholics to pick up some treats for loved ones back home - and for themselves. Via del Corso, located in the historic centre, offers a mix of all the shops, and is also where you’ll find the Galleria Alberto Soldi shopping centre. For the best bargains, set your alarms for Sunday mornings when the Porta Portese market sets up. It’s the biggest market in Rome and is where you’ll find vintage wares, household goods, and even collectors items such as stamps and posters.

Fast facts about Rome

  • Direct flight time: 2.5 hours
  • Transfer time from Rome airport to Rome city centre: 30 minutes
  • Time zone: GMT +1
  • Currency: Euro
  • Language: Italian
  • Average price of a domestic beer: €1.06
  • Average price of a bottle of wine: €5



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10/10 Amazing

27 October 2011

love rome

loved rome was in awe of amount of beautiful buildings was travellling with a wheelchair and found it hard to get around the streets but at the tourist attractions especially the vatican we got vip treatment.had only 2 days here and we were exhausted trying to fit in all the sights would recommend a four day trip at least. we went in october and it wasnt too busy and weather was just nice.

10/10 Amazing

25 August 2012

Great place, just not in August!!!

Sensational city for culture, magnificent buildings, freindly and hot! Food was very much pasta and pizza, which was good and I know we were in Italy (!), but not day after day and I'm sure this was for tourists.

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10/10 Amazing

05 June 2011


Buy your Colousseum tickets at the Forum....get there early! Look at restaurant prices ...............the "free" bread cost 4 euro

The best thing about my stay was ...

history ..something terific round every corner

10/10 Amazing

27 September 2011


Fantastic city, but also very expensive.

10/10 Amazing

30 September 2011



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10/10 Amazing

03 April 2011

4th trip to Rome

Fantastic city - 4th trip and will be back. Close proximity of all sites enables you to walk practically everywhere but Rome hop on hop off bus tours are good value (check online for deals). Go to top of St Peter's for view, Colosseum, Forum, Pantheon (coffee lover's should try Tasa D'oro coffee house beside Pantheon for excellent coffee for a euro), Trevi fountain and Spanish steps all highly recommended. For shopping try Via Del Corso and Via Nazionale (good street to stay for central place)

The best thing about my stay was ...

Ability to walk to all major tourist sites and the coffee

10/10 Amazing

13 August 2012


Wonderful weekend in rome, travel to the spanish steps, trevi fountain and coloseum in one day. For Vatican you will need a few hours - the last admission to vatican is 4pm.

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10/10 Amazing

25 March 2012


Breathtakingly beautiful, every part of this city is amazing, but you need good walking shoes, it is not as expensive as people say, transport is great, choices of places to eat are plentyful, shops everywhere, street markets open till late in most areas of the city, Police security are in every area so you feel safe at all times, simply AMAZING

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10/10 Amazing

27 May 2011

Fantastic definately has wow

Fantastic but really expensive for food wine and especially entrance to museums etc churches are free and there are loads of them. Remember to cover knees and shoulders .

The best thing about my stay was ...

everything oh and food and wine

10/10 Amazing

27 February 2011

Rome is remarkable totally worth it xxx

Loved rome so much to see and the underground is so easy to use

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10/10 Amazing

15 January 2011


aazing, loads to see & do, would go back many times

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So many but I really enjoyed the Collesium

10/10 Amazing

12 December 2011

beautiful city

Where do I begin. This city is absolutely beautiful. The open top tour bus covers most of the sights and is a great way of getting around the city.

The best thing about my stay was ...

The Trevi Fountain

10/10 Amazing

01 April 2012

Rome is full of history

Rome is overflowing with history, with so many wonderful places to visit and things to see and enjoy. I would recommend guided tours as you will get the most of our your visit.

10/10 Amazing

05 February 2013


very intresting sites

The best thing about my stay was ...

the Vatican

10/10 Amazing

02 October 2012


There are not enough words to explain this city. Stunning does not do it justice, but describes it perfectly.

The best thing about my stay was ...

All of it

10/10 Amazing

21 September 2010


Brilliant would definately go back. It has the amazing sights from ancient to Christian Rome, great food & drink and really good shopping. Only downside was the graffiiti in the suburb areas...why would you want to ruin such an pretty city! Trastevere is a great place to go for food (on the Vatican side of the Tiber) it has a great atomosphere and really nice restaurants & bars and is cheaper than the centre around Piazza Navona.

The best thing about my stay was ...

The sights. St Peter's Square....beautiful. Bernini a genius!

10/10 Amazing

18 November 2010

Rome the Eternal City

A wonderful beautifal city with many different aspects to it, from Imperial Rome to Modern Designer Shops with the Panache you would expect from an ancient & modern city. The bad thing was the beggars at nearly every point you went too, pestering in you for money, so u have to ignore them and walk on, do not give them any thing at all (it sounds harsh but it has to be or you might leave yourself open to being mugged) The traffic all i can say is beware as Roman Drivers seem to think pedestrian crossings are only street decoration for them to admire, and try not to hit the people walking across them.

The best thing about my stay was ...

The vatican city

10/10 Amazing

01 December 2012

Beautiful place unfortunate I was there on business

Fantastic sights wish I'd more time to see them

10/10 Amazing

18 November 2011

Rome - one of the greatest cities in the World!

Rome - one of the greatest cities in the World! Just search Wikipedia. Nothing to add here.

The best thing about my stay was ...

history and culture

10/10 Amazing

29 November 2012

Rome from 22 to 25 november

Lovely place we enjoy our stay with about 18/20 degrees in november !!! Fantastic city with a lots of places to discover so you have to like walking ;-) Amazing pizzas and even lot of peoples think that Rome is expensive to eat it's not right. For 20/30 € for 2 persons you can eat well in litlles restaurants without wine.

The best thing about my stay was ...

Places to discover and there famous cappuccinos !!!