The Best Bed and Breakfasts in Rome for Every Budget

Spend your days admiring historical sights, such as the Fountain of the Four Rivers, and your nights resting in Rome's best bed and breakfasts
Spend your days admiring historical sights, such as the Fountain of the Four Rivers, and your nights resting in Rome's best bed and breakfasts | © Robert Harding / Alamy Stock Photo
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11 November 2020

Whether you plan to spend your days exploring the Colosseum or the Vatican, the hosts at these boutique B&Bs in Rome extend true Italian hospitality and will get you the inside scoop on where to eat and shop during your stay in the Eternal City. You’ll feel part of the local scene in no time.

1880 Atypical Rooms

Bed and Breakfast
4.7/5 (321 Reviews)
1880 Atypical Rooms
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Price Drop
Now from $114 per night
This industrial-style B&B is a recent project by Salvi & Associati, an award-winning architecture studio that transformed this 19th-century palace into five unique rooms and a suite. Each room is expertly decorated with designer furniture and the building’s original arched ceiling and exposed brick walls are nicely complemented by contemporary art from Italy’s most famous artists. The rooms are also soundproofed to ensure a good night’s sleep and breakfast is served every morning in the gallery-like bar.
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My Navona

Bed and Breakfast
4.7/5 (3 Reviews)
MyNavona
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Owner and host, Alessandra Bruti Liberati, had a burgeoning career in interior design before getting her hands on this project. The professional touch shows – original details, such as terracotta floors and doors from the 1800s, fuse effortlessly with Alessandra’s contemporary style and flair for fabrics. You’ll feel like you’re visiting the apartment of your stylish Roman friend, especially when Alessandra welcomes you personally and shares her favourite restaurant suggestions.
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Residenza Torre Colonna

Bed and Breakfast
4.8/5 (66 Reviews)
Residenza Torre Colonna
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Previously the defensive tower of the Colonna family residence, this 13th-century folly now houses five guest rooms. Inside, it’s lavish, with vivid frescoed ceilings and brightly-hued abstract art by Rome native Natino Chirico – a darling of the Italian art world. Owners Manuela and Alvin are happy to advise on all things Rome related, from how to find fine food and wine to haggling with street vendors.
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Casa Montani

Bed and Breakfast
4.9/5 (83 Reviews)
Casa Montani
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Price Drop
Now from $98 per night
These cottage-style rooms overlook Porta del Popolo, the ancient gate to the city of Rome, making it a perfect home base for a short trip to the Piazza del Popolo, Villa Borghese and the Spanish Steps. Bespoke furniture is locally crafted and the earth-toned fabrics give each space a dreamy feel. Best of all, breakfast is delivered to your room so you don’t even have to pull back the covers to start the day in style.
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Buonanotte Garibaldi

Guesthouse, Bed and Breakfast
4.8/5 (19 Reviews)
Buonanotte Garibaldi
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Price Drop
Now from $245 per night
If you’ve always wanted to sleep in an artist’s house, surrounded by artwork and a creative atmosphere, Luisa Longo’s studio-turned-guesthouse is for you. Luisa was born in Bologna and started painting more than three decades ago in Paris. She uses a distinctive fading effect on silks, organza and satin to create eye-catching pieces. She’ll tell you all about it over breakfast in her snug dining room or out on the sunny patio. The three restful rooms, naturally, feature the artist’s work printed on the walls as well as on silk and satin fabrics.
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  • Campo Marzio

    Bed and Breakfast
    3.8/5 (58 Reviews)
    Campo Marzio
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    This 16th-century townhouse rests between the noble palaces of Campus Martius district. Host and owner, Simone Fabbrini, completely restored and redecorated it, leaving authentic details such as the exposed timber beams intact. Every morning, you’ll be served breakfast in the spacious, brightly-coloured kitchen and rooms have all been furnished in a colourful mix of vintage items and design furniture – some even have a cosy terrace.
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    Martius Private Suites

    Bed and Breakfast
    4.7/5 (60 Reviews)
    Martius Private Suites
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    Price Drop
    Now from $190 per night
    Minimalist lamps strung from elegant 18th-century frescoed ceilings, geometric velvet headboards set against lavish marble walls and contemporary art adorning an original inlaid fireplace: this first-rate B&B shines with its ability to combine age-old elements with artful, modern additions. Continental breakfast in the shared living room is included, though you can also opt to have it in the privacy of your suite.
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    The Fifteen Keys Hotel

    Boutique Hotel
    4.8/5 (230 Reviews)
    The Fifteen Keys Hotel
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    Price Drop
    Now from $156 per night
    If you’re into vintage clothing boutiques, art galleries and tiny trattorias, Monti is the right place for you. This bohemian neighbourhood, just minutes away from the spectacular Colosseum, is a great place to experience the real Rome. This B&B, located along the always bustling Via Urbana, offers 15 stylish rooms with parquet floors, exposed brick walls and pastel-hued wallpaper. The french doors of the breakfast room open towards a small courtyard, which you can enjoy as you sip on your morning coffee.
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    G-Rough

    Boutique Hotel
    4.7/5 (15 Reviews)
    G-Rough Rome
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    Price Drop
    Now from $332 per night
    Design aficionados with a fondness for adventurous modernism won’t find a better place than this self-described rough-luxe guesthouse around the corner from Piazza Navona. The stripped-back palazzo boasts 10 suites, a living room and a gallery bar decorated with vintage pieces by Italian designers and accented with contemporary art. The organic breakfast, featuring cheese and salami from a local deli, is served in a shabby-chic bistro or your own luxury suite.
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