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Where to stay in Rome: Best areas for travelers

  • Rome City Centre: Featuring major attractions like Colosseum and Pantheon, it shouldn't be a surprise that this area is the number one choice for many visitors. You'll be near the action and have your pick of places to stay, including the Pantheon Inn. The Pantheon Roman Holiday Home and the Singer Palace Hotel are other places from which to explore this buzzing end of town.
  • Navona: Welcoming hotels such as the Martis Palace Hotel, the Palazzo Navona and the Hotel Navona are just one reason to stay in this neighborhood. But Piazza Navona, one of the neighborhood's most popular attractions, is what really brings in the crowds. Base yourself here and see what all the fuss is about.
  • Monti: Before heading off and exploring every inch of this awesome place, you'll need a good night's sleep. The K Boutique Hotel, THE Little K Hotel and the Vrbo Property are some options to look into. Stay at one of these and wake refreshed and raring to uncover the area's main attractions, starting with Basilica di Santa Maria Maggiore.

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Rome Vacations

It’s as if your feet are a personal time machine, with each step taking you further back in history. Ancient ruins stand as scarred evidence of a once great empire. Piazzas welcome gathering crowds today the same as they have for over nearly two millennia. And basilicas play host to worshiping congregations in an unchanging aura of grace and serenity. Around nearly every corner is a remembrance of what has made, and keeps, this city great—whether it be a marble statue, an aqueduct-fed public fountain, or towering obelisk. Rome was home to one of the greatest civilizations the earth has ever seen. Today, it remains a powerful religious, cultural, and economic influence. It’s place in history has been taught in textbooks, and its modern stature is evidenced in film and fashion. No matter how many Rome getaways you take, it's highly unlikely you'll experience even a fraction of what the historic city has to offer. From temples dedicated to the ancient gods to the most important artwork in human history, the Rome vacations you enjoy will undoubtedly be highlights of your traveling experiences. And, when you use Travelocity to bundle your airfare and accommodations for your vacation in Rome, you’ll save enough to throw a coin into every fountain you come across.

Rome Hotels

It doesn’t matter if you are planning a romantic vacation in Rome, will be in town for business, or are making the City of Seven Hills one of your many stops on an intercontinental odyssey, staying at the proper hotel can make all the difference. We recommend you research the following hotels in Rome before booking your travel:

  • Hotel Artemide – Just a short stroll from the National Gallery of Ancient Art, Teatro dell’Opera, and Rome’s main train station, the Hotel Artemide is in a prime location for exploring the wonder City of Love. The customer-focused staff adds to the 4-star luxury and ambience, while the chic décor compliments the historic façade. Pay close attention to the faces you see at the local market while you are out and about—you just might encounter the hotel’s executive chef purchasing ingredients for the evening’s meal.
  • iQ Hotel Roma – A modern hotel surrounded by history, the iQ offers customizable conveniences to international travelers. Enjoy breakfast on the rooftop terrace overlooking the Teatro dell’Opera before visiting the nearby museums, boutiques, and basilicas. When the day is winding down, enjoy a glass of wine in the lobby bar before retiring to your guestroom.
  • Gran Melia Rome – Situated in Villa Agrippina on the banks of the River Tiber, the Gran Melia is an ideal option for visitors with the Vatican on their itinerary. The glamorous property is a quick, five-minute walk to St. Peter’s Basilica, Castel Sant’Angelo, and all the pious wonder that is found behind the hallowed walls. Cap-off your day visiting Michelangelo’s marvels in the Sistine Chapel with a meal at one of the five on-site restaurants, or with a cocktail at the Liquid Garden or Nectar Bar.
  • Grand Hotel Olympic – Nestled in the shadows of Vatican City, this one-time papal palace is just blocks from the Vatican Art Museum and the Piazza del Popolo. Recently renovated, the Grand Hotel Olympic offers amenities, event space, and conveniences that appeal to business travelers and vacationers, alike. The Vittoria neighborhood is full of fine dining establishments, upscale boutiques, and inviting bars and lounges. After a day on the surrounding cobblestones, enjoy a well-rested night’s sleep in your well-appointed guestroom.

Major Attractions

If you are adventurous, a car rental should be one of the first things you set up upon your arrival in Rome; by the end of your first day, you'll appreciate the convenience of motorized transportation. If you prefer to take in the sights while someone more familiar with the lay of the land is behind the wheel, a taxi may be more in order than a rental car. The one attraction every visitor must see is the Colosseum; this massive arena once hosted everything from mock sea battles and gladiator fights to some of the most innovative plays ever concocted. Art lovers will also enjoy the Sistine Chapel. Want to see what the ancient Romans did to unwind before the invention of massage chairs? Make the Baths of Caracalla your next stop. Pace yourself, though, because the attractions in Rome are seemingly never-ending.

Recurring Festivals and Events

After a long day of perusing piazzas and frolicking in fountains, a session at the spa back at your hotel may seem like an inviting option. Relaxation is important, but don't pass up opportunities to attend events like Rock in Roma, the live music festival held between July and August yearly, or the Natale di Roma, an event that celebrates Rome's "birthday" at the Campidoglio. If you are a fan of art and Michelangelo’s’ work in the Sistine Chapel, you'll also love the Occhi Rossi Festival, held near the end of May.

Enjoy all of these festivities, attractions, and more by using Travelocity to find affordable Rome vacation packages. Planning an international vacation can be a daunting task. Travelocity can help to ease that burden. By booking your hotel and flight together with one of Travelocity’s Rome package deals, you cut the hassle in half. Plus, with the money you save on your Roman holiday, you might make the folks over at the Vatican green with envy.

Tours and Activities in Rome

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