Itching to spend a few days in La Città Eterna, but strapped for cash? Not to worry; cheap hotels in Rome are there… if you know where to look.
You can stay at Prime Hotel Roma Cassia for a very low price; this place is a haven for the city-weary, and is actually located in a park. Walk a little and you might just stumble upon the Etruscan ruins nearby. For a homey feel, try Prime Hotel Villa Torlonia, located just a few kilometres away from the Vatican, Pantheon, and Coliseum.
Casa La Salle is recommended for its service, security, and spotlessness; get the best value in this Rome hotel, a little far from the city-centre, but near the Vatican. You can even get your groceries at a neighbouring store.
Just a few minutes’ walk from Astoria Garden Hotel and you can go sightseeing; located near the main railway station, this is a sanctuary among orange and banana trees. See the tropical side of Rome, and get the best value here while having the hotel’s limoncello or cappuccino.
Hotel Villa del Parco’s location in a residential area makes it very safe; this 3-star hotel is fifteen minutes away from the city attractions, and the bus stop in front of the hotel makes it an easy commute.
Eurostars International Palace is grand as it sounds, with its renaissance décor, murals, and trompe l’oeils adorning its walls; this 4-star hotel is medium-priced, and it lies in the very heart of the city. See, it wasn't so hard to find the best Rome hotels, was it?