Selection of Rome holiday lettings and self-catering accommodation
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Discover holiday lets in Rome
Find holiday apartments by choosing from over 10,000 offers and you’re sure to find the cheapest Rome holiday accommodation. Only here at Hundredrooms can you compare all online offers and book your holiday apartment in Rome city centre. The Eternal City is waiting for you to begin an unforgettable holiday – you can choose exactly where suits you best, so you don’t miss out on anything this city has to offer. Explore the narrow and winding streets, stumble across the indescribable beauty of the Trevi Fountain, be amazed by the Vatican Museums and at the sight of the Sistine Chapel. This and much more awaits you if you decide to choose one of our self-catering apartments, which is the most convenient way to enjoy the capital and its ‘Grande Bellezza’ (great beauty) to quote Sorrentino. All you need is to give us your dates that you want to travel and the number of people you’re travelling with, and in just a few seconds we can show you all over the offers for cheap apartments in Rome on one page – this way you’ll find the best option for you. Want to spend a week with views over the Colosseum? Or perhaps you’re only here for the weekend. Rome is the most visited city in Italy, and its city centre is vast compared to other places. The best way to get around is to experience the magic of Rome by foot. It is far cheaper to find Rome apartments than book a hotel, and you will certainly have a more authentic experience while visiting some of the most iconic monuments in one of the most historic cities in the world. In the city centre of Rome, you have plenty of options for your short-stay apartments for all the family or couples accommodation. This city has an incredible set of neighbourhoods that accommodate for everybody; whether you’re after an apartment with a terrace or other services, we can find you the perfect deal. Or alternatively, you might need something close to Termini station, so you can travel in and around Rome with ease, particularly if you’re considering visiting other cities across this incredible country. In any case, with Hundredrooms you can find the perfect central accommodation in Rome for you depending on what services you need and what location is best for you. What are you waiting for? Are you ready to book accommodation for your Roman holiday?
Areas to stay
Choose from many apartments in in the Italian capital and discover the history of the place. Centuries ago, this was a city that dominated the entire Mediterranean coast and a large part of Europe, hence why it played a key role in the history of the continent that we know today. We certainly wouldn’t be speaking the languages that we have today without its influence! The ancient capital of the Roman Empire still retains all evidence of a glorious past - so what are you waiting for? Do as the Romans do and follow our guide on where to stay and find the best in places to stay. If you’re thinking of travelling around, one of the best routes to take is between Rome and Florence by train. Rome is divided into districts or ‘rioni’, each with its own particular charm. Take a look at the following that are favourites among both visitors and locals:
- Rione Monti: A stone’s throw from the Colosseum and the Fori Imperiali, this is one of the most beautiful areas of the city, and is full of bars and lovely little haunts to spend magnificent evenings in Rome. The area between via Nazionale and via Cavour is particularly special, and it has many 19th century artisan shops and has some magnificent views over the Piazzetta della Madonna dei Monti and the via dei Serpenti. Some of the most important Roman buildings are located in this district, and in recent years it has become increasingly popular with young people, hailing as an artistic mecca which mixes contemporary and ancient history. If you’re looking an apartment in the city centre, this could be the right neighbourhood for you.
- Trevi: Here you will find the Trevi Fountain which is probably the most famous in the world. Staying in an studio apartment here among its small streets would give you the opportunity to enjoy the fountain during quieter hours away from the mass of tourists that during the day block the view! An interesting fact: of the 900 churches in Rome, none are found in this district!
- Trastevere: This is the most romantic district of Rome, on the opposite bank of the Tiber. It is ideal for an evening aperitif, in one of the many streets or in Piazza Trilussa, which in the evening comes alive and is populated with street artists making for a truly magical atmosphere. This is hands down one of the best places to be. There is an infinite number of trattorias, cafes and terraces that are perfect for a summer drink, live music and a fascinating medieval atmosphere. The Porta Portese market is a great option - you couldn’t ask for more from this neighbourhood. The apartments with a terrace are particularly popular, and tend to be cheaper than other areas in Rome.
- Pincio: The Pinciano district is the ideal place to stay for those who love art and culture. It is located near Villa Borghese, the park that, thanks to its museum, is a mix of nature, relaxation and art that you can not miss. If you are looking for luxury apartments in Rome, you certainly won’t be disappointed here.
- Monteverde: Here is another important park, Villa Pamphili which is the largest in Rome. Located on the Gianicolo hill, it is one of the quieter neighbourhoods and houses some of the most beautiful Liberty buildings in Rome. It is the right place to relax and enjoy breathtaking views of the city. Further out from the centre, it has an irresistible charm for a romantic getaway without the bustling of staying in the most touristy areas.
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Places to stay in the Eternal City
- Colosseum, Forum and Palatine: The Roman Colosseum is the iconic building of the the city, and is located next to two other main points of interest - the Palatine Hill and the Roman Forum. Staying near the Colosseum is the perfect option if you're looking for a terrace and the best views across the whole of Rome and we have the best ones here. It is highly recommended to firstly walk around the impressive exterior, in order to appreciate every detail of this construction that dates back over 2000 years. The interior is bound to transport you back in time to the era of Imperial Rome. They usually sell combined tickets for the Colosseum, Forum and the Palatine, and in some places you can buy them online. It opens from 8:30am until the sun goes down.
- Piazza Navona: This is a true baroque masterpiece in the heart of Rome. It contains some of the most famous fountains in the city, known as the Three Fountains: the Fountain of the Four Rivers, the Fountain of Neptune and the Fountain of the Moor. In addition, it is a very lively area both in the day and nighttime. Accommodation near this square tend to have very high ratings and a fantastic location.
- Pantheon: This is one of the oldest Roman buildings still standing. Originally built as a site to worship Roman gods, numerous artists lie buried beneath. You can find the best artisan ice creams in Rome in the Gelateria Grom, or in the Giolitti.
- Trevi Fountain: Popular legend says that if you toss a coin into the fountain, you will revisit the Eternal City at least once more in your life. Do not miss when it is illuminated at nighttime.
- The Vatican City: The sovereign state of the Vatican is a territory consisting of a walled enclave in the interior of Rome, and is the most popular tourist attraction in the city. Once you’re in the Vatican, the Basilica of San Pedro is probably the most important place to visit. Apartments near the Vatican Museums are the best option for you if you want to discover the art and history of the Vatican, and simultaneously avoid long queues by staying as close as possible.
- The Sistine Chapel: This church will leave you speechless. The spectacular fresco located in the vault, namely Michaelangelo’s ‘The Creation of Adam’ is one of the most famous works of art in history. What many visitors do not know is that the artist of the Boticelli statue or Perugino also worked on the frescos on the walls, creating the overwhelming feeling you get when you walk in. It is typical that queues exceed the waiting time, so try to visit around 1pm.
- Spanish Steps: Apartments near the Piazza di Spagna and the Spanish Steps are a fantastic choice if you're looking to stay in a vibrant and stylish area with plenty of shops and restaurants, and a wonderful place to enjoy with a gelato in hand both day and night. This plaza has a 138 steps where people gather day and night.
- Circus Maximus of Rome: It is located near the Colosseum and although there are hardly of built remains, this was where the games and races of the golden age of the Roman Empire were held, and you can still walk around.
- Sant’Angelo Castle: We recommend visiting the exterior while walking across the bridge and moving towards Via della Concilliazione. You will have a great view of the Plaza de San Pedro at the end of the avenue where you can take great photos.
- Piazza Venezia/ Victor Emmanuel II Monument: This is a statue dating from 1911 and was built in white marble to honour the unification of Italy and its first monarch.
- Palatine: One of the Seven Hills of Rome, specifically the one which is closest to the centre and includes one of the oldest areas in all of Rome. The origin of the legend of Romulus and Remus is found in this place.
- Villa Borghese: This is the largest park in Rome, and here you will find several museums alongside the Borghese gallery. Nearby is a popular location for Rome apartments.
- San Lorenzo: A popular place to go out at night time.
- Rome Catacombs: These underground labyrinths are some of the most mysterious in the city. They were used as cemeteries under the city until the Middle Ages. You can visit San Calixto, Priscilla and Domitilia from 9am-12pm, and in the afternoon from 2-5pm.