Hotels in Lazio

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Lazio
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Cheapest month:November
Most expensive month:January
Average price in Lazio:£99/night
Cheapest price found:£22/night
Cheapest day:Thursday
Most expensive day:Tuesday
£60 - £271
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£65 - £122
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Top Rated Lazio hotels

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Hotel San Paolo Roma
Hotel San Paolo Roma
10.0 Excellent
Via Colossi, 50, Rome, Italy
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3.7 mi from city centre, Rome, Italy 

Hotel San Paolo Roma offers comfortable 4-star accommodation in Rome. It is surrounded by a range of clubs and bars and is minutes on foot from Basilica S. Paolo Metro Station.

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River Palace Hotel
River Palace Hotel
8.6 Excellent
Via Flaminia 33, Rome, Italy
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1.0 mi from city centre, Rome, Italy 

River Palace Hotel offers cosy accommodation in Rome and is within walking distance of Flaminio - Piazza del Popolo Metro Station. This historic hotel is an ideal choice for discovering local vineyards as it is set in the Latium Wine Region.

3
Residenza Cellini
Residenza Cellini
9.0 Excellent
Rome, Italy
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0.4 mi from city centre, Rome, Italy 

Strategically located in the middle of the city, this 5-star hotel makes for an ideal base in Rome. It is close to the Teatro dell'Opera di Roma, eateries and shops.

4
Monti Palace Hotel
Monti Palace Hotel
8.7 Excellent
Via Cavour 185, Rome, Italy
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0.8 mi from city centre, Rome, Italy 

Conveniently situated, Monti Palace Hotel allows for easy access to Rome's popular sightseeing areas. This traditional hotel is an ideal choice for discovering the local vineyards as it is set in the Latium Wine Region.

5
Eurostars Roma Aeterna
Eurostars Roma Aeterna
8.4 Excellent
Via Casilina, 125/Piazza Del Pigneto 9a, Rome, Italy
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2.0 mi from city centre, Rome, Italy 

Eurostars Roma Aeterna provides trendy 4-star accommodation in Rome. This modern hotel is an ideal choice for exploring local vineyards as it is situated in the Latium Wine Region.

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Hotel Veneto Palace
Hotel Veneto Palace
8.0 Excellent
Via Piemonte 63, Rome, Italy
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0.1 mi from city centre, Rome, Italy 

Strategically located in the heart of the city, this 4-star hotel makes for an excellent base in Rome. It is surrounded by a variety of dining options and is within a 10-minute walk of Spagna Metro Station.

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The Hive Hotel
The Hive Hotel
8.8 Excellent
Via Torino 6, Rome, Italy
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0.6 mi from city centre, Rome, Italy 

Only two minutes from the Teatro dell'Opera di Roma, The Hive Hotel is situated in the heart of Rome. This modern hotel is an ideal choice for discovering the local vineyards as it is situated in the Latium Wine Region.

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NH Collection Roma Palazzo Cinquecento
NH Collection Roma Palazzo Cinquecento
8.6 Excellent
Piazza dei Cinquecento, 90, Rome, Italy
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0.5 mi from city centre, Rome, Italy 

Strategically located in the centre of the city, this 5-star hotel makes for an excellent base in Rome. It also provides an express check-in and check-out feature, meeting rooms and a 24-hour reception.

Cheapest hotels in Lazio, Italy

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Colony Hotel
Colony Hotel
7.0 Good
Via Monterosi, 18, Rome, Italy
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3.1 mi from city centre,  

Less than a 20-minute stroll from Tor di Quinto Railway Station, Hotel Colony provides guests with a convenient base while in Rome. This elegant hotel is a convenient base for discovering the local vineyards as it is located in the Latium Wine Region.

£24
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Hotel Roma Tor Vergata
Hotel Roma Tor Vergata
7.5 Good
Via Vico Viganò 24, Torre Gaia, Rome, Italy
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0.4 mi from city centre,  

Hotel Roma Tor Vergata offers 4-star accommodation in Rome. This modern hotel is an ideal choice for exploring the local vineyards as it is set in the Latium Wine Region.

£26
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Happy Village & Camping
Happy Village & Camping
6.6 Good
Rome, Italy
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6.9 mi from city centre,  

Located in Rome, the property is within a 25-minute drive of Rome Ciampino Airport and provides an outdoor pool. It has a fitness centre, as well as an express check-in and check-out feature, a kids pool and a free shuttle service.

£29
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Excel Hotel Roma Ciampino
Excel Hotel Roma Ciampino
7.1 Good
Via Appia Nuova 160, Rome, Italy
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12.0 mi from city centre,  

Excel Hotel Roma Ciampino provides elegant 4-star accommodation in Marino. It also offers a bowling alley, free Wi-Fi and an express check-in and check-out feature.

£35
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hu Roma Camping In Town
hu Roma Camping In Town
8.0 Excellent
Rome, Italy
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4.8 mi from city centre,  

Camping Village Roma is located in Rome and offers a Jacuzzi. It provides a spa and wellness centre, as well as valet parking, a playground and an outdoor pool.

£37
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Smooth Hotel Rome West
Smooth Hotel Rome West
7.8 Good
Via Aurelia, 619, Rome, Italy
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4.0 mi from city centre,  

Located in Rome, Smooth Hotel Rome West is within easy reach of the Vatican Museums and Colosseum. This modern hotel is an ideal base for discovering local vineyards as it is situated in the Latium Wine Region.

£38
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Hotel Artis
Hotel Artis
8.1 Excellent
Via Roberto Fancelli, 3, Rome, Italy
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5.1 mi from city centre,  

Hotel Artis Rome is situated in Rome and is close to the area's tourist attractions. This modern hotel is a convenient base for discovering local vineyards as it is located in the Latium Wine Region.

£39
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Grand Hotel de La Minerve
Grand Hotel de La Minerve
8.0 Excellent
Piazza Della Minerva 69, Rome, Italy
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1.1 mi from city centre,  

Presenting 135 elegant rooms and views of Rome, Grand Hotel De La Minerve is an ideal place to stay with its central location. This elegant hotel is an ideal base for exploring the local vineyards as it is set in the Latium Wine Region.

£39
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Hotel prices in Lazio

2 stars and under
Hotel Acropoli
No. 1 most popular

Hotel Acropoli

Via Principe Amedeo, 63/67, Rome, Italy

6.8. Good
£63

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Hotel Marsala
No. 2 most popular

Hotel Marsala

Via Marsala, 36, Rome, Italy

6.4. Good
£96

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Best value

Friend House

58 Via Napoleone III, Rome, Italy

6.2. Good
£26

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3 stars
Hotel Des Artistes
No. 1 most popular

Hotel Des Artistes

Via Villafranca 20, Rome, Italy

8.4. Excellent
£66

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Impero Hotel Rome
No. 2 most popular

Impero Hotel Rome

Via Del Viminale, 19, Rome, Italy

8.0. Excellent
£60

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Rome Experience Hostel
Best value

Rome Experience Hostel

Via Statilia 31, Rome, Italy

6.1. Good
£26

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4 stars +
Grand Hotel Palace
No. 1 most popular

Grand Hotel Palace

Via Vittorio Veneto 70, Rome, Italy

8.5. Excellent
£184

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Hotel Majestic Roma
No. 2 most popular

Hotel Majestic Roma

Via Vittorio Veneto 50, Rome, Italy

8.5. Excellent
£229

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Radisson Blu Ghr Hotel
Best value

Radisson Blu Ghr Hotel

Via Domenico Chelini 41, Rome, Italy

8.3. Excellent
£91

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Where to stay in Lazio

About Lazio

Lazio is a flourishing region in Italy with Rome standing proud as its capital city. The inland region of Lazio combines flat and hilly terrain peppered with charming villages and towns, many of which are home to Etruscan ruins and medieval cities. The coastal region also entices visitors with its beautiful islands, ancient Roman harbours, and unspoilt sandy beaches.

The city of Rome and its ancient historical sites draw millions of people from all over the world. Visit the Colosseum, where gladiators would fight to the death amid heckling crowds, the Pantheon, an ancient Roman temple with incredible architecture, and the ornate Trevi Fountain. The enclave of Vatican City, home of the Roman Catholic Church is nearby, where visitors can explore the Sistine Chapel which showcases Michelangelo’s spectacular artwork, and St. Peter’s Basilica and square. For those who prefer to spend time away from the city, head to the ancient Roman Appian Way. It’s a wonderful place to picnic, enjoy a cycle ride or explore the aqueducts and catacombs. There are many historical villages located in the inland region of Lazio. Viterbo is a pretty town with a well-preserved medieval centre, featuring artisan shops, boutiques and trattorias. Alternatively, for visitors interested in local history, explore the Etruscan remains and tombs in nearby Tarquinia and Vulci. The coastal resorts of Latina are easily accessible from Rome, many of the beaches have blue flag status and are a great option for travellers planning to combine a Roman holiday with some time at the seaside. No visit to Lazio would be complete without sampling some of the local cuisine, as the popular Italian pasta dish, spaghetti alla carbonara, originates from this region, and the buffalo mozzarella and Pecorino Romano cheeses are sure to tempt the taste buds.

The public transport system in Rome is frequent and reliable, with trams, buses, and metro trains operating throughout the city. There are trains to the port of Civitavecchia, the town of Viterbo, and the coastal regions of Lazio from Rome Termini station. Commuter trains and buses run several times an hour to Ostia Antica, Rome’s ancient harbour city which is around 30 kilometres from the city. There are also frequent services which operate from Rome Fiumicino airport throughout the Lazio region.

Originally, there were many different cultures living in Lazio, namely Etruscans, Italics and Latini and remnants of their habitation in the region can still be seen today. Lazio comes from the Latin word “Latus” meaning “wide” or “flat” referring to the land.

Lazio travel FAQs

Lazio is a flourishing region in Italy with Rome standing proud as its capital city. The inland region of Lazio combines flat and hilly terrain peppered with charming villages and towns, many of which are home to Etruscan ruins and medieval cities. The coastal region also entices visitors with its beautiful islands, ancient Roman harbours, and unspoilt sandy beaches.

The city of Rome and its ancient historical sites draw millions of people from all over the world. Visit the Colosseum, where gladiators would fight to the death amid heckling crowds, the Pantheon, an ancient Roman temple with incredible architecture, and the ornate Trevi Fountain. The enclave of Vatican City, home of the Roman Catholic Church is nearby, where visitors can explore the Sistine Chapel which showcases Michelangelo’s spectacular artwork, and St. Peter’s Basilica and square. For those who prefer to spend time away from the city, head to the ancient Roman Appian Way. It’s a wonderful place to picnic, enjoy a cycle ride or explore the aqueducts and catacombs. There are many historical villages located in the inland region of Lazio. Viterbo is a pretty town with a well-preserved medieval centre, featuring artisan shops, boutiques and trattorias. Alternatively, for visitors interested in local history, explore the Etruscan remains and tombs in nearby Tarquinia and Vulci. The coastal resorts of Latina are easily accessible from Rome, many of the beaches have blue flag status and are a great option for travellers planning to combine a Roman holiday with some time at the seaside. No visit to Lazio would be complete without sampling some of the local cuisine, as the popular Italian pasta dish, spaghetti alla carbonara, originates from this region, and the buffalo mozzarella and Pecorino Romano cheeses are sure to tempt the taste buds.

The public transport system in Rome is frequent and reliable, with trams, buses, and metro trains operating throughout the city. There are trains to the port of Civitavecchia, the town of Viterbo, and the coastal regions of Lazio from Rome Termini station. Commuter trains and buses run several times an hour to Ostia Antica, Rome’s ancient harbour city which is around 30 kilometres from the city. There are also frequent services which operate from Rome Fiumicino airport throughout the Lazio region.

Originally, there were many different cultures living in Lazio, namely Etruscans, Italics and Latini and remnants of their habitation in the region can still be seen today. Lazio comes from the Latin word “Latus” meaning “wide” or “flat” referring to the land.

  • Where is the best place to stay in Lazio?

    Rome, Fiumicino, and Gaeta are some of the most favoured places to stay in Lazio.

  • What are the best hotels in Lazio?

    Radisson Blu Ghr Hotel, rated with a score of 8.3 from 1,217 reviewers, is one of the most popular hotels in Lazio. Other top stays include The Roman Empire Guesthouse, with an average rating of 8.1 from 114 reviewers, and NH Collection Roma Palazzo Cinquecento, with a score of 8.6 from 1,672 reviewers.