10 Budget Hotels That Won't Break the Bank in Rome

Traveling to Rome might have cost you a pretty penny in airfare but that doesn't mean you have to break the bank when booking your hotel in Rome. The nice thing about the Città Eterna, is that there is wide range of accommodations to meet everyone's wallet sizes. Whether you're looking for over-the-top luxury or something simple, clean and cheap, Rome has a room for everybody. 10Best has a list of low-cost hotels in Rome for travelers with budgets on their minds.

Going budget doesn't mean you have to make too many sacrifices. Take Relais Palazzo Taverna for example. This centrally located hotel is clean, comfortable and decorated in chic boutique style and doesn't charge you extra for the dashingly decorated duds. The same goes for the Daphne Inn, where personalized service is given out even at budget prices. 

In other cases, small sacrifices or no-frills amenities may have to be accepted if you wish to watch your spending. With some hotels this may simply mean, not having breakfast included in the price of your room. As breakfast may only consist of a croissant with coffee at times; some travelers may not see this as such a huge sacrifice anyway. Or in other cases, you may have a hotel without an elevator or share a bathroom with other hotel guests. 

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Just down the street from the suggestive Piazza della Repubblica, is a lovely little B&B with a lot of heart. The interior has soft cream tones and brilliant hard wood floors. Other perks are flat screen TVs, free Wi-Fi and DVD players. The B&B...  Read More

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Hotel Santa Maria


Finding a corner of peace and tranquility in Rome, let alone in Trastevere can be sometimes be a tough task. However surprisingly for some, one relaxing oasis can be found in the area and that is Hotel Santa Maria. What makes this hotel a...  Read More

Residenza Domizia- Guest House


Residenza Domizia is situated in an antique palazzo from the 700s that's thankfully been restored to give it a clean and comfortable contemporary feel. The rooms are simply furnished with shiny hard wood floors, satellite TV, air conditioning...  Read More

Albergo del Sole al Biscione


Albergo del Sole al Biscione is one of the most historic hotels in the neighborhood and in all of Rome. It dates back to the 15th century and is situated in a 4-story building near the main piazza of Campo de' Fiori. The decor despite...  Read More

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Navona Hotel Rome


Hotel Navona is a family affair hotel that's been run by the same family for nearly four generations. The building is situated in a 15th-century as the name suggests, near Piazza Navona. The rooms are simple but pleasant. In some of the rooms,...  Read More

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Smeraldo Hotel


Hotel Smeraldo may not offer the character and style that other hotels in the centro do. But if you're looking to save and all you need is a clean, simple place to sleep at night, then this is your place. Conveniently located a few streets down...  Read More

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Daphne Trevi


The Daphne Inn is a top-notch B&B in Rome. The Daphne consists of two locations: Daphne Veneto and Daphne Trevi. Both are situated just a stone's throw from the Trevi Fountain and Piazza Barberini which is a prime location for moving around the...  Read More



Situated in a 15th-century palazzo on a tiny vicolo near Via dei Coronari, surrounded by antique shops and boutiques is a hidden gem of a hotel that often gets overlooked by travelers. What makes Relais Palazzo Taverna so special is that...  Read More

Al Colonnato Di San Pietro Bed & Breakfast Rome


This little B&B is strategically positioned for those interested in focusing your touring around the Vatican and St. Peter's Basilica. It's approximately a 3-minute walk from St. Peter's Square. Not bad. The B&B is actually an apartment...  Read More

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Hotel Panda Rome


This budget hotel often gets snapped up quick because of its rock bottom prices in such a prime location. The Panda is more of a pensione-style accomodations in that there aren't too many frills that come with the price. But what it has working...  Read More


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A 1999 trip to the Bel Paese and a kiss from an Italian boy made Nicole fall in love with Rome. Not being able to stop thinking about cappuccinos and her Italian amore, Nicole Arriaga packed...  More About Nicole