Best Accommodation Options if You're Traveling to Rome with the Family



Traveling with the family to Rome might seem intimidating, from planning how to get around the city to deciding where to stay. But don't let these hurdles stop you from traveling with the whole crew. One way to make it easier is to stay at a family friendly hotel. There are several factors that make some hotels more family friendly than others: having space is important, but also being located in a central position, which will save a lot of hassle in getting to and from the main sights. Other points to consider are the price and hospitality of the hotel, if they will make you and your family feel at home in Rome.

If you are looking to spend time in the company of your kids or relatives without sacrificing privacy with your spouse then you might want to consider the Royal Palace Luxury or the Chroma Tria Guest House Rome. Or try the B&B A Peace of Rome where the hospitality can't be beat. As you drink in the skyline and the city's sights and sounds, let the whole family create and share the memories of your visit to Rome. Family friendly hotels can help remove some of the stress of a group trip so you can focus on having the best time with your loved ones.


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This budget hotel is located right next to Termini Station, the main train station in Rome. The rooms are clean and comfortable and a good place to begin you and your family's explorations of Rome, at a fair price. It's also a good place if you...  Read More


The Case Doro has two separate services that cater to families. Their residence, or hotel, is situated in the north of Rome, while their apartments are concentrated near Piazza Navona and in Trastevere. If your family likes being independent...  Read More


Staying in Rome can mean staying in the charming area of Trastevere if you choose the small but comfortable Trastevere Relais. This bed and breakfast is located on the quiet side of Trastevere, so you can have the convenience of staying in the...  Read More


Staying somewhere convenient is sometimes the most important thing to consider when traveling with a family. The 1909 Bed and Breakfast is located by Termini Station, Rome's main train station and hub of transportation, like buses and metros, in...  Read More


Located near the Vatican Museums, the Chroma Tria Guest House provides a wealth of services for its guests in a lovely setting. The rooms have exposed wood-beamed ceiling and some come with their own private terrace overlooking the Roman...  Read More


The San Lorenzo Dream Relais is a basic budget hotel located in the lively student area of San Lorenzo near the Termini Station. The hotel has five double rooms with three that can actually be made into triples, each with all you need to be...  Read More


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If you and your family crave a bed and breakfast far from the hustle and bustle of Rome in a natural setting, then the B&B Verde Roma would be the place for you. Some of the rooms can hold up to four people, and the outside garden is private and...  Read More


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If you and your family want to stay on one of the most well known streets in Rome, then the B&B Corso 22 is for you. Its location makes it ideal for exploring the city center and nearby sights such as the Piazza del Popolo and the Villa Borghese...  Read More


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For families interested in being near the Vatican with its myriad sights, which include St. Peter's Basilica and the Vatican Museums, this bed and breakfast might be the place for you. The rooms are bright and spacious and the hospitality is...  Read More


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This four-star luxury hotel is situated in the historic center within walking distance of Piazza di Spagna. The larger suite rooms have a double bed plus a sofa bed to fit the whole family. The Executive Rooms are the largest and will fit three...  Read More


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Meet Maria Pasquale

Born to Italian parents, Maria always knew Rome was her destiny, although she was raised in Melbourne.

She has a formal background in political science and policy and now runs her own event...  More About Maria

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