The Colosseum, By stuckincustoms

Rome invites its lucky visitors to experience a fascinating blend of majestic history and contemporary Italian culture. Whether you’re attracted to the archaeological ruins like the Roman Colosseum or primed to sample its modern-day shopping centres, amusement parks and trendy restaurants, Rome has something for every taste, budget and age.

Cheap Hotels in Rome

Budget conscious travellers may enjoy these cheap hotels in Rome.

Hotel Sporting
Located in the Olimpia City of Sport complex, the spacious, air conditioned rooms are smartly appointed and come with free Wi-Fi, flat screen TVs and a personal robe in their private bathrooms. Near the Pomezia archaeological sites and extravagant shopping centres, it’s only a short trip by car or bus to the Zoomarine amusement park.

 Hotel Colors

A combination of a youth hotel and hostel, this eclectic building is within walking distance of the Vatican and offers clean, well-maintained bunk-style rooms with free Wi-Fi. The helpful bilingual staff serve breakfast at 8:00 AM and provide advice on nearby attractions along with free maps of the area. Parking is available in nearby garages and there is also a shuttle to take guests to the Rome Termini Station.

Hotel Lella
Part of a residential building that houses other services, this 5-storey hotel is in a quiet neighbourhood of Rome. It is convenient for the subway station and buses and within walking distance of the Colosseum. Internet access is only available downstairs in the lounge.

Cheap hotels in Rome come in a variety of sizes to accommodate everyone from backpackers to businessmen to families. Many budget hotels have upgraded their facilities to accommodate working travellers, with business facilities that include fax machines, free high speed Wi-Fi and secure safety deposit boxes for storing valuable equipment while you’re out enjoying the sites of Rome.

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