Expert reviews of cheap hotels in Rome
The best budget hotels in Rome... inspected and approved.
Offering both three-star rooms and dorm beds, the family-run and friendly Hotel and Hostel Des Artistes is a hybrid choice for those who cannot make up their minds.
The Hotel Pensione Papa Germano offers two-star and hostel-style accommodations, with a great location (just a short walk from Termini Station), helpful service and low rates thrown in.
The centrally located Hotel Boccaccio is homey one-star property with eight no-frills rooms and a fantastic location on a small cobblestoned street amid many restaurants and cafés.
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Welcome to EuroCheapo’s guide to cheap hotels in Rome and throughout Europe.
Since 2001, our editors have been hunting down great budget hotels in Rome—inspecting, photographing and choosing the best accommodations to recommend to our readers. All of these hotels have three things in common: They’re centrally located (near most of Rome’s sights), clean, and affordable—at least by Roman standards.
Prepare yourself. Hotels in Rome tend to be pretty pricey, especially in the late spring and early summer. Still, the city offers a host of small family-run pensions, budget-friendly one- and two-star hotels, and even some hostels worth considering. That's where we come in...
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