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To its high net-worth guests, Rome could offer premium class accommodation in a number of five-star hotels. These are situated in some of the city’s most prestigious neighbourhoods. Undoubtedly, the top place to stay in Rome is Vila la Cupola, in the Westin Excelsior Hotel, mostly known from the movies of Federico Fellini. This ‘humble abode’ spreads on not less than 6,099 square feet and accommodates two private kitchens, a Pompei-style Jacuzzi, two huge bedrooms, five smaller bedrooms, and a private cinema hall. The privilege to stay in this super-suite will cost you 11,400 Euros per night.

Of course, the tourists with more modest means also have a wide variety of accommodation options to choose from.

Hotel Royal Court Rome, for instance, is the perfect place for non-smokers or ex-smokers, who have recently cut out the habit, because the whole place is 100 percent smoke-free. The hotel is mostly preferred for its strategic location (within a walking distance of the train station and some of the city’s major attractions) and reasonable prices starting from 82 Euro for a night-stay in a single room. The hotel’s review rating of 9.3 out of 10 owes mostly to its cosiness and friendly atmosphere, which is well complemented by its helpful and always smiling staff.

Fleur de Lis Rome is a three-star hotel located near the Vatican Museum and La Basilica di San Pietro. Its guests could also take the metro line A, which will carry them straight to the famous Piazza di Spagna and the Trevi Fountain. Accommodation rates start from 50 Euro for a single room, through 72 Euro for a superior double room up to 130 Euro per night for a suite.

If you are looking for hotels near the airport, you may check the Cancelli Rossi Hotel Rome Airport, located some 4.5 km from the airport. This hotel features many services and facilities to make your stay more comfortable: restaurant and bar, parking, non-smoking rooms, 24/7 front desk, facilities and rooms for disabled guests, soundproofed rooms, safety deposit box, and air conditioning. Guests shouldn’t be worried about their transfer to the airport as there is a airport shuttle service. During their stay at Cancelli Rossi Hotel Rome, visitors can use wireless Internet but charges apply. Other services include fax and photocoping, ironing service, breakfast in the room and cleaning. A double room for single use will cost you 120 Euro while a double room sells at 160 Euro. Another hotel you can check is the Euro House Rome Airport, with rooms starting from 83 Euro. Guests have access to various facilities and services, including a restaurant, family rooms, non-smoking rooms, soundproofed rooms, parking, 24/7 front desk, air conditioning, and safety deposit box. Airport shuttle is available to guests of the hotel. Keep in mind that the shuttle service comes at an extra charge and request should be made in advance. Internet is also available, but it will cost you 3 Euro per hour.

Finally, there are cheap hotels in Rome for less than 25 Euro per night, but you could not expect more than a bed and a sheet on it from such type of lodging. The breakfast, if there is any, will probably consist of a cup of tea and a few farewell wishes. When planning your trip to Rome, note that the earlier you book your hotel room, the cheaper your stay will be, as some hotel-keepers offer up to 75 percent discount from their average prices. Most airliners offer optional hotel reservation upon booking your ticket, which could be a good option, especially if you don’t have the time to make an online research for cheap hotel deals in Rome.

Whatever the reason for which you plan to visit this impressive and ever-changing city, here are some accommodation tips that you may find useful during your stay. Depending on your budget, you can choose from a vast wide variety of hotels and bed-and-breakfast places to stay in.

Today, Rome spreads over five hundred and eighty square miles and has a population of about three million people, without counting the illegal immigrants and the inhabitants of the suburbia. Italy’s capital city attracts millions of tourists every year with its fabulous architecture and incredible atmosphere. Some of Rome’s most important landmarks include the Coliseum, the Forum and the Pantheon, the famous Trevi fountain, as well as the impressive squares Piazza Venezia, Piazza del Campidoglio, Piazza Navona, with its breath-taking baroque architecture, and Piazza di Spagna, to name a few. Of course, the Vatican is another must-see for all visitors of the eternal city.