7 Great Airbnbs in Rome for Your Money
Autumn is a great time to visit the city of Rome, after the summer crowds thin and the heat begins to burn off. But even if you want to travel during peak tourist season, booking a vacation rental can help you save considerable cash.
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Many of Rome's top city hotels can easily cost $200 or more a night (and the more luxe properties are even more pricey), making an Airbnb an excellent option for budget-conscious travelers. To pick some of the best value Airbnbs in Rome, we searched for an entire apartment or home, for two guests, for a four-night vacation.
Check out eight of the most chic (and value-minded) properties in Rome for your next Italian getaway.
Trevi Fountain One-bedroom
Simple but spacious, this one-bedroom has a king-size bed, two sofas, and a kitchen. Even better? It sits within walking distance of the Colosseum, the Forum, the Trevi Fountain, and more. Rates start at $90 a night.
For $124 a night, you’ll have your own little cottage setup in the Trastevere district. The bright and spacious pad has a solid kitchen (for trying your hand at traditional Roman dishes) and full laundry as well.
Piazza Navona Two-level
A simple and tidy two-level apartment, this one-bedroom has a kitchen, pull-out sofa, and enviable location steps from Piazza Navona. Rates start at $90 a night.
A homey feel and quality decor at just $117 a night, set off a cobblestone street near the Trevi Fountain and other sites? This one’s a steal.
One-bedroom Holiday House
This tasteful and spacious apartment has a great central location near the Villa Borghese gardens, but it’s set off on a quiet side street to ensure you get your sleep. Rates start at $281 a night.
Popolo Square One-bedroom
With plenty of space and hardwood floors, this apartment offers a large living area and an easy walk to Popolo Square. Rates start at $129 a night.