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Finding the Best Hotels in Ostia, Rome With Hotels.com

Rome may be a world famous vacation destination, but few people take advantage of its proximity to the sea. However, in districts like Ostia, you can find excellent hotels within sight of the sea and be close to the city center at the same time. At Hotels.com, we have partnered with Ostia's finest places to stay, and everyone can find accommodation to suit their needs. Location maps show you how close each hotel is to the station or the beach. Customer reviews and ratings will give you a good idea of the quality of each accommodation provider, while you can also see photographs of sample rooms. It all makes finding the right hotels in Ostia, Rome as easy as possible. Book the perfect rooms now and you can also secure great discounts with Hotels.com's partner hotels. Before long, you can be relaxing on the beach and planning your sight-seeing in the beautiful city of Rome.

What's Ostia Like?

Many years ago, Ostia was a crucial part of the Roman Empire. As Rome's major port, all trade with the city came through here. Nowadays, the trade has largely gone, leaving some fascinating ruins and a resort town which boasts plenty of beaches to enjoy. Explore the ancient remains at Ostia Antica - and look out for the interesting multi-storied apartment blocks that were the main housing for local workers. Visit the medieval castle, charter boats at the thriving tourist port or stroll in the pinewoods at Castel Fusano. Hotels in Ostia, Rome are well connected to the city center via the Roma-Lido Railway, while Fiumicino Airport is almost next door. It is easy to visit world-famous attractions like the Vatican, the Pantheon, the Roman Forum and the Colosseum. You can dine in the center, climb the Spanish Steps and be back at a seafront hotel in a matter of minutes.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Rome

Rome itself is a major metropolis - and can be overwhelming at times with its energy and traffic. However, in Ostia the pace of life is much slower and the people are always keen to help visitors settle in. We recommend learning at least some basic Italian before you touch down, although locals are used to welcoming international travelers no matter how fluent they are. Sailing is a local passion, and you can take classes or show off your skills at Ostia's tourist port. Food is also a huge part of local life. If you want fresh seafood and a wide range of pasta dishes, Rome always has a dining option to suit everyone's taste. If the heat becomes too much, head to the seafront or waterparks like Hydromania. However you choose to relax, book hotels in Ostia, Rome with Hotels.com today.

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