The capital of Italy. Rome is more than 2000 years old, has one of the biggest cultural heritages in the world.from the remains of the Roman empire, through the Medieval, Renaissance periods up to the modern day architecture that dots the city throughout. Rome is a beautiful and fascinating city in the heart of Italy. If you are looking for a nice and historical stay in the heart of the European region, Rome offers a variety of cheap hostels, budget accommodation and luxury hotels, from top to bottom Rome is best budget accommodation choice!
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Poliziano Inn

Address: Via Poliziano n. 27 - Rome

Poliziano Inn is the right choice for your stay in Rome! Ideally located in the old city center, near the Brancaccio Theater, the Basilica of Santa Maria Maggiore and Termini Railway Station. You can take the Metro A and B to easily reach the main sightseeings in Rome. Poliziano Inn has a...

Rated 4.5 star by 196 guests | More reviews
mohamed aziz From Tunisia On November 30, -0001

The place is good and clean with a nice location but do not expect to leave your luggage there or take the advice that it will only cost you 5 euros to keep it in the train station for 10 hours. We asked if we could keep our bags for some hours after our check-out and the answer was no with a really bad advice that says " it will only cost you 5 to 7 euros to put it in the train station for 10 hours " .. well it costs like 30 euros to do that for some hours so basically if you have bags and want to leave them somewhere while you walk around while waiting for your flight after your check-out just go for a hotel from the start it would be cheaper and better when you add the city taxes and the cost of leaving your bags in the station ..

Sarah From Malaysia On November 30, -0001

I would not recommend this place in the summer as it has no air conditioning nor a fan. Only the window was left open for ventilation and out source of 'breeze' if there is any.

Walter Rooms

Address: via Carlo Alberto 24 - Rome

Situated in the heart of the eternal city and stones throw from all the major monuments a nice warm reception in an sunny apartment of 4 rooms very well located between Termini station and the Colosseum. If you want peace and tranquility this is the place to be. —-We also accept...

Rated 3.5 star by 869 guests | More reviews
Ksenia From USA On November 30, -0001

The only regret I have: that I didn't stay all length of my trip at Walter Rooms. I had to compare my stays in Rome: 1. at expensive hotel, 2.and at a mid range hotel, 3.with Walter Rooms. Walter rooms were better. It just was not looking expensive. But it is not about a looks ,- what is important, isn't it? 1. Most important for me is value for money. When I was checking out from expensive hotel,- I got VERY high additional bill with city fees and taxes. When I did stay at mid range hotel,- fees and taxes were still steep, on top of linen/towel hire! Walter rooms city tax was pleasantly low. Partly because it has a lowest price even compare to other hostels. Your money can stretch for much longer in Walter Rooms. 2. WIFI was 10 times better that in expensive hotel!!!!!! Never had any problems in Walter Rooms. WIFI was a main reason I checked out from expensive hotel. I did try in few hotels and hostels (I had work to do online), - but Walter Rooms was fastest. 3. Location absolutely incredible: short walk to Termini station or couple stops ride on a tram,- from door to door. A lot of roads in a center of Rome are cobblestone roads. After rolling a suitcases for longer time, to/from other hotels,- I learned to appreciate Walter Rooms,- how short is a walk and how good is a surface of road. 4.Other hostels what I looked in,- did not had elevator. Walter Rooms, - has. (I hate to drug my luggage upstairs.) 5. Walter and his staff were so kind to guests. This review will be too long if I will describe it. 6. It was plenty of free food offered to a guests (even the one what Walter was cooking for himself and his girlfriend!!!). 7. It was very easy to find and to get into a hostel, because: a) I read ALL email what was send to me after booking. Everything was explained. b)I put arrival time into my booking. I wrote email and called upon arrival. It is a small hostel (not a big chain) at a center of Rome,- of cause arrival time has to be organised! 8. Quiet building with thick walls, quiet street. Good sleep at night. 9. Mosquito net on window. Result ,- no mosquitoes in Walter Rooms. My expensive hotel was a nightmare! 10. Hot shower. Ensuite bathroom in a female dorm, so it is no need to get dressed to go to bathroom. Extra bathroom is available in hallway. 11. High ceilings with a thick walls, with fan. Because of it,- one day when it was plus 36 C outside,- it was OK inside Walter Rooms. Overall it is a 5 stars quality for modest price and modest looking tiny hostel. If you used to big hotels/ hostels,- pay more and book there. I would came back to Walter Rooms. I highly recommend it to others.

Francesca From Italy On November 30, -0001

Everithing was fine! I recommend that!

Funny Hostel Palace

Address: via Varese 33/31 - Rome

Welcome to Funny Palace, Here you will find really spotless, safe, and low cost accommodation in the center of Rome. Whether you are looking for Hostel accommodation in dorm beds or for comfortable private rooms in a hotel, the Funny Palace is the ideal place to stay to enjoy the...

Rated 4.5 star by 263 guests | More reviews
Saurabh From India On November 30, -0001

Great place, definitely recommend it.

Katelyn From USA On November 30, -0001

While I stayed here I had a book and a small pouch with a few pieces of inexpensive jewellery stolen from my bag. Funny that these were the things taken and not my expensive sunglasses??? I emailed the hostel and have yet to receive a single reply. The staff were friendly upon arrival but I would NEVER EVER recommend staying here.

Camping Internazionale Di Castelfusano

Address: via litoranea 132 - Rome

The only camping/village on the seafront of Rome! Our camping, surrounded by the typical Mediterranean vegetation, is located along the seafront, facing a large admission free beach. The town of Ostia is 3 km away. Within a range of 10 km one can visit the Ancient Ostia excavations, the old Roman...

Rated 4 star by 20 guests | More reviews
Christopher From Belgium On November 30, -0001

Nice and clean campigsite. only minus: hard to get to the beach when you dont go in holday season. All beaches are private...

Patryk From Poland On November 30, -0001

It was ok, but was a large problem in restaurante to pay card. And we was supprised that was no bus waiting in Airport like was information on WEB SITE. And last one is no possible nearly the campintg take a cash from bankomate. We have to go to ROME.

Volturno House

Address: via volturno 31,2nd floor - Rome

Volturno House B&B in Rome is one of the most affordable Hostel in Rome, Italy in Termini Station Area close to the most important sights and very good linked with all the Rome attractions! Are you searching for a hostel or bed and breakfast in Rome or budget lodging in Rome? Is...

Rated 3.5 star by 140 guests | More reviews
Klaus From Germany On November 30, -0001

The room that we got was even closer to the "Roma Termini" station than the address of the reception. Very quiet though. We wanted to stay in Rome just overnight and head on to Napels on the next day by train. So the hostel was perfect. For dinner we found a pizzeria nearby. In the morning we went to the coffee shop at the corner. It was all just perfect. Dolce vita.

Malgorzata From Poland On November 30, -0001

Good location,clean,noce,good speaking english staff

Freedom Traveller Hostel

Address: via Gaeta 23 - Rome

Freedom Traveller offers at a reasonable price, comfortable private and shared rooms provided with TV and AC, free internet and wi-fi. The hostel is located 5 min. walk from the main train and bus station Termini on the cleanest and safest part of the area and about 20 min. walk from...

Rated 4 star by 152 guests | More reviews
ARPANA PREMI LINA From India On November 30, -0001

I have been there for eight days and 7 night. It was very great experience and awesome hospitality.

Nai Ming From Taiwan On November 30, -0001

There's no hot water in the shower. We booked a female dorm, but two guys moved in. Except from these, the staff were very friendly, the hostel was still good for its price.

Fiesta Terrace Hostel

Address: Via Cairoli 101, 1st Floor - Rome

We welcome you to Fiesta Terrace Hostel! Our friendly staff are ready to make your stay in Rome pleasant. We have Hot Showers! No curferw or lockout Free Internet! Free use of kitchen Make yourself at home! Arrangement of tours We provide budget priced dorm beds as well as private rooms for couples or groups. Come and relax...

Rated 3.5 star by 91 guests | More reviews
demetrios From Greece On November 30, -0001

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Isolde From Netherlands On November 30, -0001

For the lonely traveler I would not recommend to stay in this hostel. The location doesn't feel safe to walk around by yourself in the dark, although it is close to the grand station. The other side of the station feels much safer. They do have a portier that is present 24h. But behind a big closed door. The personel speeks poor English and is not very present. The first day I arrived they didn't seem prepered for my arrival. I found someone that knew the host, that called him to help. So that I could check in. The rooms was shared between 3 people and 1 bathroom. The problem was, the bathroom didn't lock which can feel uncomfortable. The wifi didn't reach my room. Overal the hostel seems mostly used by locals. There is no common space, so for people who are alone it is not a place to meet other travelers. If you are with a small group that can manage the lower standards and has a low budget this is a good place to be.

Napoleone Guesthouse

Address: Via Napoleone III,75/1st flr. - Rome

A very low budget hostel which has everything to offer. 5 minutes walk from TERMINI station. 5 minutes walk to Santa Maria Maggiore church, 10 minutes to Collosseum, Venice Square, Palatine Hill, Mouth of the truth, Trevi Fountain, Spanish Steps, Pantheon, Piazza Navona and going to Vatican City. Double, triple, quad...

Rated 3.5 star by 740 guests | More reviews
ALESSANDRA From Italy On November 30, -0001

Worse accomodation ever, I will never ever come again. On internet pictures from long time ago, reality, dirty bedroom, dirty reception, really strange place. I had book for Napoleon hostel and at the reception they said they are overbook and they send me to this other hostel,I know hostel is cheaper then a Hotel, but it´s not for free, so . I not recommendade, just horrible.

Sarah From France On November 30, -0001

This place is really for travelers on a tight budget. The shared mixed bedroom is simply a regular bedroom packed with beds. No privacy (each bed are 50cms away from each others), no place to put your stuff. It doesn't feel very safe or welcoming. I don't recommend the shared mixed bedroom to women as I didn't feel sleeping there and had to ask for a private room instead for my friend and I.

Alessandro Downtown & Bar

Address: Via C. Cattaneo 23 - Rome

Continuing the same high standards of the original Alessandro Hostel, Alessandro Downtown Hostel was designed expressly for budget-minded backpackers. Alessandro Downtown hostel offers large & clean dorm rooms, common room, internet PCs in computer room along with Wi-Fi (hotspot) available in common area for wireless devices. Offering a wide variety of services...

Rated 4.5 star by 159 guests | More reviews
Kavita From USA On November 30, -0001

This was the last hostel I stayed at on my backpacking journey. The rooms are spacious and comfortable. There are hairdryers included int he bathroom and internet is free. So it is pretty huge, and pretty famous, so there are A LOT of people here. But they have plenty of bathrooms and showers that are never all full. That get cleaned every day at 3. So that is really nice. The rooms are nice and clean. Just make sure you know check in is at 3 pm so that you can plan accordingly. All of the staff is extremely helpful and friendly. They have a few south Asian guys that work from midnight to 7 am that are really sweet and make you feel very comfortable. The price is good for what you are getting. It is only a 3 minute walk to the metro station. That helps a lot while in Rome. And if you want to walk, it is in a fairly good location. The city is not that hard to walk through and you will always find astounding buildings while walking that are not on the tourist maps or in the guides. And if you are interested in going out, they host a pub crawl. It is organized for you, so if you are traveling alone or even with people, it is a great chance to get to know fellow travelers from around the world. they have a breakfast buffet (3 euros) from 7:30 to 10. It is not a 5 star buffet, but you get unlimited toast, jam, cereal, coffe, milk, tea, juice, fresh fruit, ham, and cheese. They have a brown bag lunch that you can buy. This is the first hostel I have seen that does this. It is a good option for a busy day. And they have free pasta every tuesday, thursday, friday, saturday. Free pasta is good pasta. I highly recommended staying here.

RUIQI From China On November 30, -0001

good location,perfect service! I like this hostel!

Rome Korean House

Address: Via Dei Mille 41a int 20 - Rome

Is your hotel in Rome centrally located? then,our small Hostel in Rome offering excellent accommodation at Competitive prices, for that special holiday in Rome, the beautiful capital of Italy. korean Hostel in Rome have 5 guest rooms with neat and clean inside toilets. Our services: – 24 Hour Reception – No Curfew or Lockout –...

Rated 3 star by 84 guests | More reviews
Asmaa From China On November 30, -0001

I stayed with five friends in the 6 room private room, with own bathroom and it was a very mixed stay. We had to check in at a laundry, with a guy that didn't understand a word of what we were saying, and made us feel very uncomfortable even though he was probably just trying to be friendly, Communicating with him was very difficult, and we were considering finding somewhere else to stay. We had to come back a few hours later, because they still had to clean the room. When we came back, we were showed to our rooms by a very professional guy that spoke English well. It was very comforting to finally meet someone who could understand us. The room was very small, but it worked. The breakfast was nothing special, you go to the cafeteria downstairs and get a croissant and a coffee. The location is perfect though, it's located right next to the Termini station, so it was very central. We had a great stay in Rome and I would recommend it to people who are not looking for a luxurious stay but a very cheap alternative.

Yuan From China On November 30, -0001

The practical condition is worse than hotel promised on internet, even no hot water, can't take a shower !