The price is €153 per night from 2 Aug to 3 Aug€153
2 Aug - 3 Aug
4.5/5 Wonderful! (975 reviews)
"Great hotel & location. The porters were very nice & accommodating. A few of the staff asked us multiple times for our room number when having breakfast, almost like they didn’t think we belonged there. Other than that, great stay"
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Frequently asked questions
Rome draws tourists with its historical relevance which you can see by visiting the churches and monuments. And while you're here, you can check out the acclaimed art scene and fascinating museums. And also relish a stop at the charming cafes in this vibrant area.
Rome has 11756 hotels and other lodging options bookable on Expedia, including 2179 historic hotels or hotels close to historic sites.
Rome is notable for its a cathedral and monuments, and landmarks include Spanish Steps, Trevi Fountain and Pantheon. Known for its museums and art, cultural venues include Castel Sant'Angelo, Roman Forum and Vatican Museums. Other popular sights include Colosseum and Piazza di Spagna.
Guests who book a historic hotel can stay in a place that has an officially recognised historic designation. A stately home, palace or even a lodge, old police station or skyscraper can be identified as a historic hotel provided that it has special significance. Traditional architecture and period features are often preserved in the public spaces and guestrooms of these historic hotels in Rome, bringing the history to life.
"Heritage hotel" is a term often used in Asia and Europe, while “historic hotel” is more common in the U.S. though overall the terms are quite similar. The architecture and building of historic hotels tend to be the most significant aspect. For a heritage hotel, it's mainly the cultural value as well as how it inspired the community.
Hotels include modern conveniences and safety features you expect to find, though efforts have been made to preserve historic facades and treasured traditions. Private rooms with updated bathroom facilities, heating and air conditioning, free and fast Internet, and the amenities found in most hotels should be available at a historic hotel. When you choose a historic hotel in Rome, don't worry that you'll find yourself staying at a place that's uncomfortable for guests or simply rundown.
Recent Reviews in Rome
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"All staff members, including receptionists, restaurant, bar and room cleaning were excellent. I wish that I could say the same for American hotels.
We felt welcomed at all times. It was a great experience."
A verified traveller stayed at Starhotels Michelangelo
"Our trip started rough due to our delayed luggage.
Thankfully, the hotel offered self-service laundry that allowed us to get through the first couple of days while we were able to purchase new clothes.
The level of cleanliness and customer service was amazing. I recommend purchasing the daily breakfast option since it includes a variety of choices for everyone, and it’s definitely worth the money.
The hotel is located in a very convenient location, 7 min from the train station, 1 min from a grocery market, 4 min from a pharmacy, various restaurants, and it’s very close to a few historic sites. We actually walked to the Trevi Fountain and the Colosseum.
They will also help you arrange airport pickup or provide taxi services. We paid $15 to visit the Vatican.
The stay and staff were amazing, and I’m very appreciative of how kind and helpful everyone was. "
"This was our second stay at Unahotels during our 3 week stay in Italy. We flew in and our of Rome and used the train system as well, both airport and train station were easily accessible. The hotel is lovely with nice breakfast and excellent staff! Very convenient walking to many things to do and see in Rome."
A verified traveller from Boise stayed at UNAHOTELS Decò Roma