Roma Roma Roma Roma! The Eternal City. We all love it. What’s not to love? But, the cost of hotels in Rome is certainly hotting up. If you’re visiting Rome and looking for a bargain, you might want to consider staying in a hostel. In Rome, there are some wonderful hostels including those with private rooms suitable for couples or solos looking to keep out of the dorms. Here are the best hostels with private rooms in Rome in 2023. Get ready to Rome!
- The RomeHello Hostel
- InnVatican Guest House
- Ventisei Scalini a Trastevere
- Ostello Bello Roma Colosseo
- Crossroad Hotel
The RomeHello Hostel
The RomeHello Hostel is close to the central station in Rome and only 10 minutes walk from the Trevi Fountain. A nicely decorated hostel with all the latest mod cons, this place is popular with all types of travellers.
There’s an entertainment schedule and garden, so it’s a great place to hang out once you’re done exploring Rome’s tourist attractions.
Best for: Sociable types looking to mingle
Budget: Expect to pay around £165 for a double or twin room with ensuite for two people.
InnVatican Guest House
The Inn Vatican Guest House is close to the Vatican in Rome. This is a great location to stay as you are close to the main tourist attractions but you are on the quieter side of the river. The guest house is more like a budget hotel than a guest house, but it’s a great place for anyone keen for a laid back stay.
Best for: Couples looking for a low-key stay in Rome
Budget: Expect to pay around £140 for a private room with an ensuite for two people.
Ventisei Scalini a Trastevere
Ventisei Scalini a Trastevere is a low key hostel in the Trastevere district of Rome. We love Trastavere for the fabulous array of Roman restaurants and bars. It’s a great district to spend the evening in and an even better one to stay in. This is the only hostel in the district and offers great value for money.
Best for: nightlife in Trastevere
Budget: £150 for two people for a private room with an ensuite.
Ostello Bello Roma Colosseo
Ostello Bello Roma Colosseo is right next to the Coliseum in Rome, it would be difficult to find a more central location. This bright and colourful hostel has a roof top terrace and bar. Set in an historic Italian building, it’s a great blend of the old with the new. Oh, and did we mention they have a Foosball table?
Best for: Fun loving escapism
Budget: Expect to pay around £230 for a private room for two people with an ensuite.
The Crossroad Hotel in Rome is a little out of the way in the South-East of the city. But it’s super close to the Piramide metro station. The main selling point of this hotel is that it’s pretty chic for a hostel. Expect nicely furnished and designed private rooms.
Best for: Budget seekers happy to explore a new area
Budget: Expect to pay around £180 for a room for two people with ensuite per night.
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One response to “5 best hostels with private rooms in Rome in 2023”
I wish I could have known about this before I went to Rome last year. Good info!