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Piccolo Borgo

Piccolo Borgo Rating: 4.0 Pearls

Located on the outskirts of Rome next to the Appian Way Regional Park, the 48-room, upscale Piccolo Borgo was originally a church and stable. Converted into a hotel in 2004 and renovated in 2012, each room has a private entrance. The hotel also offers free parking, a terrace, an outdoor pool, a restaurant, and meeting rooms, along with free shuttle service to and from Cinecitta metro station. Shuttles can also be arranged for pick-up and drop-off at Ciampino Airport, about three miles away. Capannelle train is within a five-minute walk of the hotel.
Hotel Villa Duse

Hotel Villa Duse Rating: 4.0 Pearls

Designed for travelers who prefer a quiet, peaceful oasis to the busy city or for those who want an escape after a day of touring, the budget-friendly but luxury Villa Duse is a small, posh, and romantic gem in a high-end residential area outside of Rome. Although the center’s historic attractions are a 20-minute bus or 15-minute cab ride away, there are a few good restaurants, parks, and shops within walking distance. Individually decorated rooms filled with antiques are truly special.
Hotel Turner Rome

Hotel Turner Rome Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The 19th century style of this 63-room hotel is opulent (some might say over-the-top), but it feels fitting in this grand, historic city. The rooms have details such as rich wallpaper, crown moldings, chandeliers, and gilded headboards, though some are quite small. The location in a residential area outside of the city center isn't ideal for seeing the sights, but the Porta Pia bus stop is right out the front door. It's an older property, with a few signs of wear, but many will consider the ornate charm ample compensation. Amenities are few, but the hotel does offer a free daily breakfast, rooftop terrace with views of the city walls and Porta Pia gate, and impressive meeting spaces.
Eurostars Roma Aeterna

Eurostars Roma Aeterna Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The Eurostars Roma Aeterna is a 144-room upscale property with affordable rates. Rooms, which include suites, are spacious and clean, and some have terraces. The hotel's main drawback is its location in a seedy neighborhood far from the city center, without many shopping or dining possibilities nearby. The convention center and meeting rooms might serve business travelers, but couples looking for romance and families looking to explore the city might want to consider the comparably priced Duke Hotel.
Radisson Blu Es. Hotel, Rome

Radisson Blu Es. Hotel, Rome Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The Radisson Blu offers a lot more than most Roman hotels in terms of features. Number one is the large outdoor pool -- pretty much unheard of in this city. It also boasts a small fitness center, a spa, and two decent dining options. But the tradeoff for these perks is that the hotel is located in the neighborhood around the Termini station -- an area filled with graffiti and run-down shops, known to be unsafe at times. In addition, the once-trendy rooms, which have an IKEA-esque feel, have not aged well and could use a renovation. The location is far from most tourist sights, so families and couples might be better off looking elsewhere. Business travelers may appreciate the meeting space, however.
Babuino 181

Babuino 181 Rating: 4.0 Pearls

Split between two buildings, the 24-room Babuino 181 is an upscale boutique ideal for the discerning traveler. The rooms are modern and well-furnished, with high-end amenities such as Nespresso coffee machines, iPod docks, comfortable mattresses, and soft bedding. The spacious bathrooms have large glass walk-in showers and separate soaking tubs. There’s also a popular rooftop terrace breakfast room and cocktail lounge for guests. Even with the hefty price tag, the sheer space of the rooms makes this a top option for its tier.
All Ways Garden Hotel & Leisure

All Ways Garden Hotel & Leisure Rating: 3.5 Pearls

Located outside Rome off the ring motorway that circles the city, the 38-room All Ways Garden Hotel & Leisure is not recommended for travelers without a car. This smart-looking, motel-style, mid-range hotel is five miles from Ciampino Airport, and can make for a convenient stopover at much lower rates than would be found in central Rome. Set on five acres of parkland, the hotel offers free private parking, a free breakfast, Wi-Fi, and access to a fitness and sports complex about five miles away. The sleek modern rooms come with microwaves, freezers, minibars, espresso machines, and large flat-screen TVs.
JC Hotel

JC Hotel Rating: 3.5 Pearls

JC Hotel is an upper-mid-range, 12-room boutique property located in the countryside of Laurentina, on the southern outskirts of Rome, a quarter of a mile off the GRA Ring Road. The rooms are boldly designed and colorful, and come with free Wi-Fi and flat-screen TVs. Some have their own entrances, but industrial buildings surround the property, and there are no views. Be aware that peekaboo bathrooms don't offer much privacy. There is practically nothing within walking distance of the hotel, and it's best to have a car (the hotel offers free parking). The hotel is on a multiple-line bus route that goes to the Laurentina metro station, which links to Termini station, the hub of the Rome metro, in 11 stops.
Condotti Palace

Condotti Palace Rating: 3.5 Pearls

On a cobblestone street lined by restaurants and shops, the 22-room Condotti Palace has a great central Rome location, within walking distance of numerous iconic sights -- the Spanish Steps are just two blocks away. Rooms are well-kept and have up-to-date extras such as small flat-screen TVs and free Wi-Fi, but the standard rooms are a bit small. Guests should book a junior suite for more space. It's a great value most of the year, but prices skyrocket during the weekends and during peak season. Still, its location can't be beat and its prices are often lower than its competitors.
Augusta Lucilla Palace

Augusta Lucilla Palace Rating: 3.5 Pearls

The Augusta Lucilla hotel is in a renovated historic building near the Termini train station, which makes it a good option for travelers coming to Rome by rail, or opera fans, with the Rome’s opera house nearby. The somewhat charmless decor puts it in the not-quite-four-pearl category. Special features include rooms with adjustable massage beds and airport pickups that can be arranged when making a reservation. Rooms at the nearby Hotel Rex, also an upper-middle-range property, can be less expensive.


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