Visitors of Rome usually fall in love with this spectacular city. However, they usually have one complaint – the high prices of most of the hotels in Rome. So to make one’s visit a bit easier on the wallet here is a list of hotels in Rome that one can actually afford.
All the hotels listed below can be booked at CheapHotels.org, a website which offers budget hotel rooms worldwide. They have a special section with cheap hotels in Rome.
Albergo Ristorante Stella
This affordable hotel is quite basic but clean and comfortable. It is located near the Pantheon. The big plus is the restaurant of the hotel which opens daily for lunch and dinner and serves tasty and reasonably priced Italian food.
Albergo del Sole al Biscione
This simple historic hotel is clean and comfortable. It is located very well between Campo de’ Fiori and Piazza Navona so one doesn’t have far to go to reach the bustle of the streets of Rome and a great choice of cafes and restaurants.
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If you want to get a feel for Ancient Rome then this hotel could be the one for you. It is situated two blocks away from Santa Maria Maggiore. It has small comfortable rooms and a spacious lounge and a pleasant bar. There are some useful services available such as laundry and babysitting if visitors require it.
This is a modern renovated hotel which has attractive rooms, a nice rooftop terrace and a gym. For people travelling by train the location is very convenient as it is right by the Stazione Termini. There are also rooms available for people with limited mobility.
Located near the Pantheon, the Colosseum, Piazza Navona and Campo de’ Fiori this hotel is a very convenient and pleasant place to stay. The rooms are very comfortable and each one has a shower.
So now you can enjoy roaming around Rome, and not have to worry too much about your hotel bill.
CheapHotels.org is an ItalyChronicles.com contributor.
Rome photograph by Di Mackey Photography