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5 Four-Star Hotels Under $150 a Night in Rome

Deals on Hotels in Rome


I was recently helping a follower find a hotel in Rome for her and her two boys. I researched and found the following 5 four-star hotels for under $150 a night located in safe areas in the city center and walkable to the main sites.


I always use booking.com when researching for hotels because you can sort by "family-friendly" properties. Booking.com usually has free cancellations (check the fine print), really good support, price match guarantee and a rewards program regardless of what brand chain you may book.

If you are planning a trip to Rome and looking for a good deal start by checking out these hotels!





1) Ludovisi Palace Hotel

Near the Spanish Steps & Villa Borghese Park.



2) iH Hotels Roma Dei Borgia

Central to all the sights.



3) Hotel Residenza In Farnese

Near Campo De' Fiori and Piazza Navona squares. Across the river from the popular Trastevere neighborhood. (A lively place to walk around & get dinner at night).




4) Hotel Pantheon

Near the Pantheon.




5) Mercure Roma Centro Colosseo

Near the Colosseum.


I found rooms for 3 people at these hotels under $150 a night in November at the time this article was published. Please note the prices may change.


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