Sick and tired of staying in big and stuffy chain hotels every time you travel? If you're looking to live Rome like a local, staying in a Bed and Breakfast is your best option when it comes to accommodations. When it comes to B&Bs in the Eternal City, they come in all shapes and sizes. If you're looking for something a bit more intimate and a family-style atmosphere and freshly made breakfast, Al Colonnato di San Pietro and Nicolo III a San Pietro are the perfect choices for you.
Besides saving money on lodgings, staying in a bed and breakfast opens you to a world of friendly hosts looking to give you that special insider information on things to do and where to eat. But most of all, you'll see Rome, through the eyes of a local which offers travelers an experience that's absolutely priceless. The best part about staying in a B&B means you don't have to give up the idea of staying in a central location or doing without the modern comforts of home like internet. Staying at the Town House Fontana Di Trevi Rome and DaySleeper will make you feel like you're staying in an intimate boutique hotel. For a list of some of the top B&Bs in the city, check out the reviews from 10Best.