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Most popular areas in Rome for 4-star hotels

Rome’s rich and regal array of elegant ancient, Neo-Classical, and Renaissance architecture is suitably complemented by its selection of fine 4-star hotels. The center of the 1st Municipality, particularly the Trevi area – home to the 18th-century rococo Trevi Fountain – hosts many of these upscale accommodations. Nearby, you’ll find a smattering of 4-star hotels centered around Rome’s main railway station, the Rome Termini. Across the glimmering River Tiber, the area outside of the Vatican City similarly sings with flashy 4-star getaways.

Top 4-star hotels in Rome

The UNA Hotel Roma, based right beside the Roma Termini, offers sleek modern ensuite rooms with city view balconies and top concierge service. Starhotels Metropole is similarly centrally located – its large, warm-gold guestrooms are decked in Art Deco fittings, and the low-lit candle-flecked bar lounge provides a tranquil post-sightseeing atmosphere. iQ Hotel Roma is a flashy modern build boasting simple and immaculate ensuite guestrooms, a starry rooftop terrace, and a 24-hour business center – perfect for last-minute work calls.

Where to find the best restaurants in Rome

Old Rome – the city’s historic core – houses plenty of rustic Italian and Mediterranean restaurants. These local favorites, many of which offer al fresco seating, might look unassuming from the outside, but their menus champion fine fish, pasta, and artichoke-sprinkled salads. The high-class hotels in the Trevi area house upscale restaurants serving Mediterranean cuisine with a modern take, while the wealth of restaurants around the Vatican City area again celebrate classic Italian cuisine – here, you’ll find a higher concentration of wine bar restaurants.

The most popular things to do in Rome

Rome’s historical grandeur is perhaps best distilled in the Colosseum, an ancient concrete and sand oval amphitheater. The Colosseum dates back to 80 AD, when it was used for gladiatorial games. Complement your Colosseum experience by visiting the adjacent Roman Forum, a gathering of ancient ruins – half-standing columns, stone foundations – which were once Roman governmental buildings. The Pantheon is another key still-standing ancient architectural relic – a vast temple fronted by a corinthian column-lined vestibule, which leads to an echoey cylindrical building roofed by a coffered concrete dome. The Vatican City – a small sovereign state and headquarters of the Catholic Church – contains several vital Rome sights, such as the Sistine Chapel, which boasts a ceiling mural by Michelangelo, and St. Peter’s Basilica, a colossal Renaissance and Baroque church.

Best ways to get around Rome

Rome’s public transport network is efficient, extensive, and easy to navigate. It consists of buses, night buses, trams, and underground Metro lines – altogether, this network will whizz you almost anywhere you need to go in the city. Save on fares by purchasing a 24, 48, or 72-hour pass, which gives you access to the entire network. Alternatively, relax and cruise around Rome with utter ease by traveling via taxicab, which are in abundance throughout the city. Many of Rome’s 4 star hotels also offer a town car service.

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