Budget hotels in Rome

Quick guidebook on the budget Hotels in Rome 💕

  1. Mario de’ Fiori 37 
    An Italian experience that as authentic as it gets, every aspect of Mario de’ Fiori 37 rekindles an experience of a home in Rome you never had. With nine total personalised rooms, my stay could not have been more discreet and exclusive. Located in the heart of the Piazza di Spagna, entire Rome’s fashion triangle was at my doorstep from Spagna to Piazza del Popolo, Piazza San Lorenzo in Lucina and Via del Corso. All the rooms of this stylish boutique hotel are equipped with Frette linen laden, canopied beds, and other modern amenities.
  2. Campo de’ Fiori
    Charming, cosy, and royalty are the words that come to my mind when I think about Campo de’ Fiori. Elegantly designed with a nod to the architecture of Venice, Paris, and the Eternal City, it is a superlative blend of tradition and contemporary style. Marbles, huge chandeliers, antiques, terracotta tiles, velvet and silk brocades and Mediterranean colours on the walls create a romantic and intimate space. Their helpful and attentive staff ensured that my stay was pleasant and memorable.
  3. Relais Giulia
    Located in close proximity to Campo de Fiori market, the Trevi Fountain and Piazza Navona, Relais Giulia is a secret hideaway with only 13 well-appointed rooms. Decorated with bas-reliefs and stucco, the décor of this boutique property is minimalistic reinstating the fact that less is more. Venerable past of the palazzo is brought to life through traces of fresco setting. A traditional Italian breakfast was served in my room in the morning but I chose to hit the well-stocked buffet in the pretty courtyard.
  4. Residenza Torre Colonna
    Housed in an ancient medieval tower in the centre of Rome, Residenza Torre Colonna is a perfect amalgamation between the medieval period of the tower and the present times with works of art displayed in the guest rooms. One of the most unusual hotel I have stayed in, the five commodious rooms are adorned with bright colours, soft furnishings, and modish facilities. The roof terrace presents a spectacular view of Trajan’s market, which in itself is a great reason to check out this place.
  5. Villa Laetitia
    A fascinating historical residence that lies on the shaded Tiber banks, Villa Laetitia is a classic example of contemporary Romanesque residence.  Characterised by haute design, artisan hotellerie, and epicurean delights, the place reminds of the bygone era of the mighty Roman civilisation. It was curated by Anna Fendi Venurini with great thought and attention to detail while the beauty of frescoes, marbles, and stuccos added that element of luxury and opulence. Each room is differently designed creating a haven of peace and magnificence from the time I stepped into this splendid villa. Magic unfolds with the views of the city, Timber, or the lush gardens of the property. Delighted by the impeccable service of the place, the only song that kept coming to my mind when I checked out was ‘Hotel California’ or rather ‘Villa Laetitia.’

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