Cheap Rome Vacations

Your Rome vacation

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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Cheap Rome Vacation Packages

Venetia Palace Hotel Rome

4 stars
4.0 / 5
Featuring a rooftop whirpool jacuzzi and modern, comfortable rooms, Venetia Palace Hotel is 250 metres from Roma Termini Train Station. It offers free Wi-Fi and rooms with LCD TV. Rooms at the Venetia Palace include satellite channels, air conditioning and a minibar. Some bathrooms include a jacuzzi. Hotel Venetia Palace's breakfast room overlooks the garden. Breakfast is an extensive buffet. Piazza Repubblica and the Opera House are at a 10-minute walk from the Venetia Palace. The Coliseum is just 2 Metro stops away on the B Line. After a day's sightseeing in Rome, guests can relax in the sauna or Turkish bath.It is possible on request to receive a massage treatment (with a fee). The hotel's gym is equipped with running, cycling and weight machines. The hotel also offers free breakfast to its guests. Covered Jacuzzi on the Rooftop, Available Also in the Winter Months.
Value American Breakfast & Jacuzzi on the Roof Terrace
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Nightly rates from $162

Ludovisi Palace Hotel Rome

4 stars
4.3 / 5 37 reviews
The 1920s-era Ludovisi Palace Hotel in Rome has enough flapper flair balanced with mod dapperness to please both history buffs and anyone looking for a comfy vacation spot. A renovation in 2001 brought English - style ambience to the establishment, with rooms decked out in sunny shades of blue and yellow, and tiled floors and original fireplaces making the communal areas both impressive and cozy. Grab a sightseeing tip or two from the friendly staff as you try the lobby bar's cocktails and snack menu, or tap into the free Wi-Fi (fees may apply) to catch up with work if you're in Rome on busines Key facts57 guestroomsBusiness centerBabysitting and child day-care availableSame-day laundry and pressing services24-hour conciergeIndoor valet parking with 24-hour in/out privilegesBars: Ludovisi Bar, serving cocktails and light bites/snacksRoom service NeighborhoodThe Ludovisi Palace Hotel is located right in the Via Veneto area of Rome, a popular focal point for the bar-frequenting crowd, as well as eager shoppers wanting to comb the streets made famous in La Dolce Vita. Also within easy walking distance of both the world-famous Piazza and the Spanish Steps, the serene Villa Borghese Gardens nearby turn a restful walk into a trip back to Rococo England. Hints and tipsThe hotel's bar serves snacks, but guests looking to expand their dinner options can do so down multiple side streets filled with local restaurants and bistros in Via Veneto. Sample the truffle soup at Via Veneto Cafe just around the corner, and you might be heading back there every night!Those wanting a more reliable option can always head for the nearby Hard Rock Cafe
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Bettoja Atlantico Hotel Rome

4 stars
3.9 / 5 28 reviews
The Hotel Atlantico, a four-star hotel in Rome, welcomes its guests into a 1935 building built on the highest of Rome's seven hills, the Esquilino. Due to its central location in the heart of Rome and near the Termini Railway Station, the many interesting sites in Rome - such as Trevi Fountain, the Coliseum, the Imperial Forums, and the National Roman Museum - are but a short walk away. Its proximity to the subway station enables you to move around the city easily, and the direct airport train, taking you to and from the Leonardo da Vinci Fiumicino airport, is available only a short walk away at the Termini Railway Station. In spite of its many renovations, Hotel Atlantico in Rome has kept many of its original Art Dco features, which include floors in precious woods and marble. Built on 5 floors, its 69 rooms are all tastefully decorated and include the most modern comforts to help make your stay in Rome an unforgettable one. The Hotel Atlantico is connected to Hotel Mediterraneo (another member of the Bettoja Hotel Group) through an inside stairway from the lobby. Guests are invited to take advantage of all the services including restaurant, bar, breakfast room and garage offered in the Hotel Mediterraneo. POLLICINO Pocket Navigator The handheld PDA navigator that tells you where you are at all times and leads you towards all the main attractions in Rome. Available on request at the reception desk for only 3,00 a day. Please note that for all arrivals starting 1st of January 2011 a city fee will be applied: 3 Euro per person per day. This fee is not included in the hotel rate and it's to be paid directly at the hotel.
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Panama Garden Hotel Rome

4 stars
3.6 / 5 9 reviews
A completely renovated hotel in the city center, Parioli district, the Hotel Panama Garden is situated just a few minutes distance by car from the famous via Veneto and the Spanish Steps. All of its rooms are cozy quiet and well equipped with minibar, safe, hairdryer, Satellite Tv, tea and coffee maker. Some of the rooms offer a private balcony or terrace resulting in a peaceful and relaxing atmosphere for the Guests. The various amenities provided for the guest,are bar, concierge, dry cleaning, free wireless internet access, a new fitness room, laundry service, lift/elevator, lobby, non smoking rooms, parking facilities at cost, reception, room service and safe deposit box, doctor on call. Pets are more than welcome.
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Berg Luxury Hotel Rome

4 stars
4.4 / 5 17 reviews
The gardens of Villa Borghese, the Spanish Steps, the stylish shops on Via Condotti, the fashionable bars on Via Veneto, the Triton and Moses fountains, the baroque churches, and the breathtaking masterpieces on display at the Borghese Gallery are all within easy walking distance.The 31 spacious rooms all have wooden floors and are equipped with modern amenities to ensure maximum luxury and relaxation. The spacious bathrooms with an original design blend luxury and comfort, unique characteristics of the BERG Luxury Hotel. While maintaining the same modern and contemporary style, the suites feature spacious and luxurious furnishings. In the mosaic-tiled bathrooms an atmosphere of design combined with the comfort of a colour therapy shower, coloured water taps, mirror TV and bath.
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Departure Arrival Travel dates Round-trip
New York Rome Tue, Nov 18 - Mon, Nov 24 $728
Los Angeles Rome Sun, Nov 16 - Sun, Nov 23 $778
San Francisco Rome Fri, Nov 7 - Sat, Nov 15 $1,201
Newark Rome Sat, Nov 8 - Sat, Nov 15 $842
Chicago Rome Thu, Oct 30 - Fri, Nov 21 $829
Boston Rome Fri, Oct 24 - Thu, Oct 30 $810
Washington DC Rome Mon, Nov 10 - Sun, Nov 16 $728
Miami Rome Fri, Oct 3 - Sun, Oct 12 $798
Philadelphia Rome Wed, Nov 19 - Sun, Nov 30 $1,184
Denver Rome Wed, Nov 19 - Wed, Dec 3 $1,309
Seattle Rome Sat, Nov 1 - Tue, Nov 11 $1,319
London Rome Thu, Oct 9 - Thu, Oct 30 $275
Paris Rome Thu, Sep 25 - Wed, Oct 1 $217
Madrid Rome Fri, Sep 26 - Sun, Oct 5 $458
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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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