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Where to stay in Rome

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Top hotels in Rome

Best Western Plus Hotel Universo
Best Western Plus Hotel Universo
4 out of 5
Via Principe Amedeo 5/B, Rome, RM
Fully refundableReserve now, pay when you stay
The price is S$146 per night from 7 Dec to 7 Dec
Excludes taxes & fees
4.4/5 Excellent! (959 reviews)
"I liked almost everything, maybe they should provide umbrellas to their costumer ,because it was raining all the time."

Reviewed on 2 Dec,2021

Best Western Plus Hotel Universo
Hotel Quirinale
Hotel Quirinale
4 out of 5
Via Nazionale 7, Rome, RM
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The price is S$154 per night from 12 Dec to 12 Dec
Excludes taxes & fees
4.3/5 Excellent! (1,642 reviews)
"Classic old Rome hotel, beautiful public areas and the rooms were a good size. Housekeeping was wonderful as was the rest of the team at the hotel. My rate included breakfast which was a nice buffet with delicious bakery selection. The hotel was walking distance to most of the historic sites and ..."

Reviewed on 1 Dec,2021

Hotel Quirinale
Hilton Rome Airport
Hilton Rome Airport
4 out of 5
Via Arturo Ferrarin 2, Fiumicino
Fully refundableReserve now, pay when you stay
The price is S$192 per night from 1 Jan to 1 Jan
Excludes taxes & fees
3.9/5 Good! (1,192 reviews)
"Everything was easy and the room was nice and clean. It was refreshing after a long flight to rest in a secure place. Thank you."

Reviewed on 25 Nov,2021

Hilton Rome Airport
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Top things to do in Rome

Rome Holiday Packages

Epic architecture, classic art and sunny piazzas set the scene in Italy’s revered capital.

Rome is home to more than 2.8 million residents, many of whom will happily tell you about the city’s best pizzeria or their favourite soccer team. The only time the pace here slows is in the early afternoon, when some locals still take the time for a post-lunch nap. 

Rome, city of seven hills, is divided into neighbourhoods often named for the key attractions in each area. It’s split by the Tiber River and linked by cobbled streets and boulevards. Grab a map while exploring, especially if you’re visiting some of the older districts where addresses and streets can be confusing. Walking is the best way to get around the narrow, windy roads at many of the historical sites. Buses are the most practical option for public transportation. 

Losing your way, however, is part of Rome’s charm. You may wind up at a hidden treasure like an underground bakery with cornetti fresh from the oven, or an archeological dig taking place in the centre of a busy street.

No visit to Rome is complete without experiencing its architectural and artistic landmarks. There are Renaissance wonders like the Palazzo Senatorio and the Sistine Chapel within Vatican City. Baroque masterpieces, including magnificent St. Peter's Basilica, the Spanish Steps and the Trevi Fountain are also must-see destinations. Step back further in time and stroll through the history of the Roman Empire at the Roman Forum, which ends at the awe-inspiring Colosseum. In between outings, sit back and enjoy a coffee in one of the old town squares like the Piazza Navona.

Along with opera and other music, soccer and architecture, Romans adore food and wine, and you can easily eat your way around the capital. All over Rome there is Italian cuisine and "vino" aplenty. Spaghetti carbonara is a classic dish, however true Roman cuisine is much more than pasta. It’s simple, delicious food based on what’s available that season.

Once you’ve ticked off the essential landmarks each day, make like the locals do. Find a spot with your gelato and watch the late afternoon skies turn pink as you embrace the Roman ideal of "il dolce far niente," or "the sweet doing nothing."

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