Cheap Rome Vacations

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Rome is a lively city, full of not just historical monuments, but incredible contemporary culture as well. There are plenty of parks, local markets, and local cafes for visitors to enjoy. By visiting some of the more unusual and out of the way places, people on vacations to Rome can often save money. The local people can add value to your holiday by introducing you to the foods, sites, and localities that tourists often avoid.

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Mecenate Palace Hotel Rome

4 stars
4.1 / 5 119 reviews
The Mecenate Palace Hotel in Rome offers 4-star luxury accommodations in an authentic 19th century Palazzo, styled with floral decor, Neo-Classical pillars, and curved marble staircases perfect for dashing down in an elegant gown. Dine directly beneath the night sky in this consummate Italian hotel and feast on elegant seafood creations on the rooftop terrace at La Terrazza dei Papi; come back at breakfast time to see it transformed into an American-style breakfast buffet, complete with fresh fruit pies. Key facts74 guestrooms2 restaurants: Caffe Papa Sisto and La Terrazza dei PapiRooftop gardenRoom serviceLaundry serviceWedding servicesBabysittingFree Wi-FiSolariumBusiness center with conference facilities NeighborhoodSituated within shouting distance of the Colosseum and the Forum, the Mecenate Palace Hotel overlooks the Basilica of Santa Maria Maggiore. Surrounded by old Roman streets and charming piazzas, the hotel sits in the Rione Monti neighborhood, within easy walking distance of many of the Eternal City's most important sites. Rail transport can be found nearby at Rome Termini Station, with Cavour and Vittorio Emanuele Underground stops also nearby if you’ve already done enough walking for the day. Hints and tipsAlthough the hotel's double glazing is good, rooms at the back of the hotel overlook an internal courtyard and tend to be the quietest. However, given the chance to see the 14th century bell tower of Santa Maria Maggiore right out the window, most guests prefer a front-facing room.As well as traditional hotel rooms, the Mecenate also offers a number of self-contained apartments with kitchenettes in a much more contemporary design, and opulent suites with in-room Jacuzzis are another exceptional option.
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Radisson SAS Hotel Rome

5 stars
4.0 / 5 3 reviews
Modern indulgence with rooftop pool in the heart of Rome.Conveniently situated right in the heart of Rome?s city center, the Radisson Blu es. Hotel, Rome, puts guests within walking distance of top attractions like the Colosseum and the Roman Forum.  Minimalist d?cor extends from the lobby through to the innovatively designed rooms and suites, and the hotel?s stunning rooftop terrace features a 20-meter rooftop pool with scenic city views, children?s pool, two restaurants and a bar.  Guests also enjoy a well-equipped health center, on-site spa, and free high-speed wireless Internet access. The meeting room can accommodate up to 500 people. Highlights City center location Rooftop swimming pool and restaurants with stunning viewsElegantly designed roomsOn-site health center and spa RoomsThe 232 elegantly decorated rooms and suites at the Radisson Blu es. Hotel, Rome, all feature innovative minimalist design.  Clever use of carved wood platforms and strategically placed glass walls break down the traditional separation of bedroom and bathroom to maximize light and space.  Business-class rooms and suites offer further benefits such as private balconies, terraces, Jacuzzis, separate living areas and guest bathrooms.  Free high-speed Internet access is available in every room as are satellite TVs with Sky channels, mini bars and in-room safes. FeaturesFor informal dining, Zest on the seventh floor offers breakfast, light snacks and drinks throughout the day with great views of Rome?s famous aqueduct arches.  For more sophisticated dining, the on-site rooftop restaurant Sette serves both classic and innovative Italian cuisine from pasta to swordfish in elegant surroundings overlooking the outdoor swimming pool.  At Radisson Blu es. Hotel, Rome, the on-site fitness center includes the latest in Technogym equipment plus indoor and outdoor Jacuzzi and a sauna, while the seventh floor spa offers an indulgent range of massage and facial and body treatments for a truly relaxing experience at the end of a busy day.Other features at the Radisson Blu es. Hotel, Rome, include 24-hour room and concierge service, babysitting service, an express laundry service and ironing room. Transportation Vittorio Emanuele underground stop (adjacent)Termini Railway Station (0.4 mi/0.6 km) Ciampino Airport (7.9 mi/12.8 km) Leonardo Da Vinci Airport (14.5 mi/23.3 km) Attractions Close to the Colosseum, Roman Forum, Within easy reach of Maria Maggiore, Terme Diocleziano and Domus Aurea Business On-site business center High-speed Internet access Conference center for up to 500 guests
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Relais Giulia Rome

5 stars
4.3 / 5 6 reviews
Featuring stuccoed walls and an ancient cloister, Relais Giulia offers elegant rooms with air conditioning and free Wi-Fi. It is a 5-minute walk from Campo de' Fiori Market and Piazza Navona Square. Designed by Italian architects Christian Rocchi and Danilo Maglio, rooms at the Giulia Relais come with ultra-modern furnishings, luxury fabrics and LCD TVs. They all include a private bathroom. A generous Italian breakfast is served each morning and includes croissants, savoury food, hot beverages and juices. The lively Trastevere district, with its cafes, restaurants and shops, is just a stroll away. The Trevi Fountain is a pleasant 10-minute walk from the property.
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Anglo Americano Hotel Rome

4 stars
4.0 / 5 4 reviews
Hotel Anglo America-no is 200 meters from Barberini Metro Station and a 10-minute walk from Trevi Fountain. Set in a 16th-century building, it features modern and stylish decor. With contemporary furniture, rooms offer air conditioning and a minibar. Many have a 32' LCD TV. The hotel is 550 meters from the Spanish Steps. Roma Termini Train Station is 1 km away. Guests can book tours and purchase tickets directly at the hotel. Amenity - Free Breakfast.
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Starhotels Metropole Hotel Rome

4 stars
4.0 / 5 37 reviews
Elegant Rome hotel in city centerIn the heart of Rome and steps from Termini Station and the Opera House, guests encounter sophisticated decor and modern amenities at the Starhotels Michelangelo Rome. A lobby piano bar and lounge with silk-cushioned wicker wingback chairs and nooks of couch seating emanate style. Rooms are traditionally elegant, while a fitness center, restaurant and nine meeting rooms top off the amenities. Walk to Termini Station and all of the major attractions in Rome. Termini and Rebublica underground stops are also nearby.     Highlights Walk to Termini Station Ancient Roman attractions nearby Beauty products bar Pillow menu RoomsGuests will find sophistication and fine fabrics in all 236 rooms at Starhotels Metropole Rome. Suites and higher-end rooms have parquet floors, living room, feather bed, HI-FI stereo with CD player and coffee and tea station.  All rooms are soundproof and have air conditioning, satellite TV, mini bar, Wi-Fi, room service and private bath. Pillow menus are available, as well as Starbeauty service--free beauty products from face cream to bath oil for men and women. FeaturesBuilt in 1959 on the foundations of a convent, Starhotels Metropole Rome has been renovated numerous times and now offers extensive amenities such as pillow menus, beauty products bar and feather beds. Elegant rooms afford comfort and sophistication in the city center. A low-lit restaurant with sleek decor and an extensive wine list serves Roman and international cuisine. The piano bar begs guests to stop for evening cocktails.  hotel offers buffet breakfast, garage parking, wireless high-speed Internet access (fees may apply), a gift shop and a full list of services. Finishing touches like chocolates in room and free newspaper make this hotel stand out.   Transportation Leonardo Da Vinci Airport (14.2 mi/22.8 km) Ciampino Airport (8.4 mi/13.6 km) Termini Station (0.2 mi/0.4 km) Closest train stops: Termini and Repubblica   Attractions Opera House (0.1 mi/0.1 km) Basilica di Santa Maria Maggiore (0.3 mi/0.4 km) Spanish Steps (0.8 mi/1.4 km) Trevi Fountain (0.8 mi/1.2 km) Colosseum (0.8 mi/1.2 km) Roman Forum (0.7 mi/1.2 km) Business Nine meeting rooms for up to 180 guests
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Departure Arrival Travel dates Round-trip
New York Rome Wed, Feb 4 - Tue, Feb 10 $655
Los Angeles Rome Mon, Feb 2 - Mon, Feb 9 $755
San Francisco Rome Wed, Feb 18 - Thu, Feb 26 $1,259
Newark Rome Fri, Feb 20 - Sat, Feb 28 $772
Chicago Rome Mon, Feb 9 - Tue, Feb 17 $729
Boston Rome Mon, Feb 23 - Mon, Mar 9 $739
Washington DC Rome Mon, Mar 2 - Sun, Mar 8 $606
Miami Rome Mon, Feb 2 - Sun, Feb 8 $681
Philadelphia Rome Wed, Mar 4 - Thu, Mar 19 $1,197
Denver Rome Sun, Mar 8 - Tue, Mar 17 $1,361
Seattle Rome Wed, Mar 4 - Fri, Mar 20 $1,343
London Rome Tue, Feb 3 - Wed, Mar 4 $249
Paris Rome Sat, Feb 28 - Thu, Mar 19 $152
Madrid Rome Wed, Feb 4 - Wed, Feb 11 $198
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Best time to take a vacation to Rome

  • Best Time to Go

    The best time for vacations to Rome is during the spring months of mid-March to May. The weather is mild and the temperatures are warm. Rainfall during this period is usually quite low, allowing for site seeing outdoors. For the lowest prices and smaller crowds, Rome travel is best during the Italian winter: the months of November until early March. Be prepared with warm clothes and waterproofs. Rome has several large annual events. During Easter, Catholics and tourists gather for the Easter celebrations and Papal Mass. The Rome marathon occurs during the spring.

Insider tips for Rome travel

  • Piazza di Siena

    Carriage-racing and horse-jumping events are held every May in the Piazza di Siena.

  • Janiculum Hill

    For great views overlooking Rome, walk up Via Garibaldi to the top of Janiculum Hill. There, people can picnic in Gianicolo Park.

  • L'Oasidella Birra

    L'Oasidella Birra, an aperitivo spot, is located in the Testaccio region and offers an amazing range of local and international wines and beers.

  • Flavio al Velavevodetto

    Flavio al Velavevodetto is a great restaurant to take family and friends. The food is traditional Roman, but with a twist.

  • Via del Boschetto

    The Via del Boschetto provides the best one-of-a-kind, handmade shopping experience in Rome. The craftsman often creates his or her goods on site.

Rome highlights

  • Ponte Garibaldi

    For a pleasant hour or two catch the ferry at the pier just under Ponte Garibaldi and sail lazily up the Tiber river.

  • Vatican Savi Tour

    The Vatican Scavi Tour enables people on Rome vacations to explore the underground marvels of St. Peter's Basilica.

  • Eating Italy Food Tour

    Take the "Eating Italy Food Tour," a guided journey through the culinary delights of the Testaccio neighborhood.

  • Santa Maria del Popolo

    See great works of art for free. Santa Maria del Popolo and San Luigi dei Francesi both house the works of Caravaggio.

  • La BoccadellaVerita

    Try and tell a lie with your hand in the mouth of "La BoccadellaVerita," which legend says "will take off the hand of a liar."

  • Cappuchin Crypt

    The Cappuchin Crypt, composed of several small chapels, is ornately decorated with, of all things, the bones of over 4,000 monks.

  • Trastevere

    Rome Travel should involve a visit to the streets of the Trastevere district, which are mostly car-free, with reasonably-priced cafes.

  • Borghese Gardens

    The Borghese Gardens house the Rome Bioparco on Piazzale del Giardino Zoologico.

  • Testaccio

    Testaccio neighborhood, a working class area, near Santa Sabina church, is home to a covered food market. Look out for Carmello, the "Tomato Poet."

  • Campo dei Fiori

    Campo dei Fiori has been an outdoor market since the mid-1800s. Visit in the morning visit and sample its freshest produce.

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