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14 Best Serviced Apartments & aparthotels in Rome Starting from $69

Rome has a history with history, becoming one of the world’s epicentres for discovering life and traditions during our medieval years. Modern-day Rome is a melting pot of international cultures that still retains its rich Italian traditions, particularly with food, music, sport and a love for embracing life. Don’t worry, you can still travel back in time at many of Rome’s historic ruins and museums.

A serviced apartment in Rome offers a complete home away from home with cooking and washing facilities. With more than 400 million annual visitors to HotelsCombined, we’ve found the 14 best serviced apartments in Rome. Not only can you save money by eating in, you can also feel like you’re actually living in Rome, even if it’s for just one week.

Portrait Roma

Portrait Roma

The family-owned Portrait Roma sits near the heart of Rome, encircled by the Trevi Fountain, Spanish Steps and Mausoleum of Augustus. The serviced apartments all have marble bathrooms and kitchens of varying sizes. The Timeless Suite offers a king-size bed and walk-in wardrobe, while the Trinita Dei Monti Penthouse Suite boasts a sauna and private terrace.

All guests have access to the Portrait Roma Rooftop, a sun-drenched terrace where you can enjoy breakfast or evening cocktails alongside panoramic Roma vistas. There’s also an indoor lobby lounge, while the knowledgeable Lifestyle Team can assist you with dining, sightseeing and shopping. 

Why You Should Stay Here

  • Spacious self-contained apartments with king-size beds and separate living areas.
  • Butler and babysitting services.
  • About 900 metres from the National Roman Museum.

Star Rating: 4.5*
Price: USD 1,113 – USD 3,607
Guest Rating: 9.9
Address: Via Bocca Di Leone 23, Campo Marzio, Rome, Italy

Residenza Di Ripetta

Residenza Di Ripetta

The 4-star Residenza Di Ripetta is popular among HotelsCombined visitors for its multiple gourmet dining options. The charming Giardino di Ripetta and Café di Ripetta Restaurant showcase sumptuous Italian cuisine and antique furnishings, while American Bar pairs signature cocktails with rich leather seating. The property also offers babysitting, laundry and personal shopping services.

You can save money by booking one of the guest rooms, but the spacious suites offer that ever-valuable self-contained living. The Classic Suite boasts a kitchenette and bath, while the Superior Two Bedroom Suite adds city views and extra space in a separate living room. All suites combine centuries-old Italian style with modern comforts. 

Why You Should Stay Here 

  • The bath, city views, kitchenette, parlour and mini bar in the Deluxe Suite.
  • Gourmet breakfast in the lush Mediterranean garden.
  • About 200 metres from the Piazza del Popolo.

Star Rating: 4*
Price: USD 169 – USD 1,037
Guest Rating: 8.2
Address: Via di Ripetta 231, Campo Marzio, Rome, Italy

Crossing Condotti

Crossing Condotti

Capable of housing between four and six guests, the spacious self-contained suites at Crossing Condotti complement their central location with contemporary opulence. The Junior Suite has a traditional exposed ceiling and a living area with a bar, kitchenette and Hammam. Stay in the Penthouse Suite for two bathrooms, centuries-old furnishings and two iPads.

All guests have access to the shared kitchen and cosy sofa in the Chat & Relax Area, along with the friendly and knowledgeable concierges and complimentary Wi-Fi. This boutique hotel is adorned with priceless artwork, showcasing its beautiful pieces in many of the suites and rooms. 

Why You Should Stay Here

  • Modern serviced apartments with antique furnishings, iPads and chromotherapy bathrooms.
  • Surrounded by high-street fashion retailers, such as Louis Vuitton and Hermès Roma.
  • About five minutes’ walk from the Salone Margherita Theater.

Star Rating: 5*
Price: USD 150 – USD 520
Guest Rating: 9.9
Address: Via Mario de’ Fiori 28, Campo Marzio, Rome, Italy

Palazzo al Velabro

Palazzo al Velabro

History enthusiasts will love the location of Palazzo al Velabro, which is a short walk from Palatine Hill, the Roman Forum and the Colosseum. The hotel also caters to those seeking relaxation, thanks to its exclusive Acquamadre Hammam spa with a variety of naturally-infused treatments. You also have access to a fully-equipped fitness centre and the terrace at Caffé Giano for sipping wine and beer.

The luxury serviced apartments include the affordable Economy One Bedroom Apartment with a double bed, kitchenette, dining table and bidet. Upgrade to a Standard One Bedroom for a separate living room or a Two Bedroom to accommodate four guests. Stay in the Royal Suite Palatino to wake up to views of Palatine Hill.

Why You Should Stay Here

  • Modern serviced apartments, including Family apartments with sofa beds.
  • The Aloe Vera, Lavender, Birch and Gardenia treatments at Acquamadre Hammam.
  • A 15-minute walk from the charming streets of Trastevere.

Star Rating: 4*
Price: USD 198 – USD 414
Guest Rating: 8.8
Address: Via del Velabro 16, Ripa, Rome, Italy

Aurelia Residence San Pietro Aparthotel

Aurelia Residence San Pietro Aparthotel

Nestled near the edge of Vatican City, the luxurious Aurelia Residence San Pietro Aparthotel has a variety of apartments with memorable services. The Wellness Experience Apartment is perfect for relaxation thanks to its two-person whirlpool bath, tea corner, private garden and “emotional” shower. Families seeking more space can opt for the Large Family Apartment with two bedrooms, two bathrooms and a sprawling living room.

The rooftop terrace is ideal for enjoying breakfast while overlooking the city, while the complimentary summer barbecues showcase fresh produce and wine made from organic grapes. The pet-friendly hotel also offers bowls and litter for cats, while the free Handy Smartphones make getting around easier.

Why You Should Stay Here 

  • Family-focused tours, including scavenger hunts and gelato classes.
  • The terrace, small kitchen, dining area and flat-screen TV in the Studio with Balcony.
  • Family Kits including games, books, strollers and changing tables.

Star Rating: 4*
Price: USD 217 – USD 327
Guest Rating: 8.8
Address: Via Aurelia 145, Aurelio, Rome, Italy

Palazzo Olivia – Rooms & Apartments

Palazzo Olivia - Rooms & Apartments

Capture the magic of living in Rome at this modern guest house tucked deep in the city’s heart. Palazzo Olivia features a three-person Junior Apartment with a fully-equipped kitchenette, cosy living room and a comfortable double bed. Larger groups can opt for the five-person Family Apartment, which adds on an extra bedroom and sofa bed.

Along with air conditioning, complimentary Wi-Fi and tea and coffee, the apartments also have access to laundry and limousine services and bicycle rentals. Right outside you’ll find a wealth of iconic attractions and enticing restaurants, such as the Museum of Rome, Cantina e Cucina and Fontana del Moro. 

Why You Should Stay Here

  • Sunlit, self-contained apartments for budget-savvy travellers.
  • Access to a variety of sightseeing services and tours.
  • Within a 10-minute walk from the Pantheon.

Star Rating: 5*
Price: USD 158 – USD 224
Guest Rating: 8.7
Address: Via Dei Leutari 15, Parione, Rome, Italy

Residence Prati

Residence Prati

Looking for budget-friendly Rome accommodation? You’ll appreciate the convenient services at Residence Prati, which not only offers a 24-hour reception but also has shuttle buses, airport transfers and complimentary parking and Wi-Fi. The property is also slightly back from the River Tiber and is surrounded by inviting restaurant options, including the rustic Celeste Ostriche & Fish Bar.

All of the suites at Residence Prati come with full kitchenettes, flat-screen TVs, sofa beds and complimentary Wi-Fi. The basic Suite with Kitchenette caters to solo travellers, while the Suite Double and Suite Triple can accommodation couples, families and groups.

Why You Should Stay Here 

  • Daily maid service for every suite.
  • A short walk from the picturesque Fountain Piazza Mazzini.
  • Affordable loft-structured suite apartments with spacious living areas.

Star Rating: 4*
Price: USD 132 – USD 173
Guest Rating: 8.7
Address: Via Giovanni Nicotera 26, Rome, Italy

Roma Resort Trevi

Roma Resort Trevi

Housed within a historic building showcasing Baroque architecture, Roma Resort Trevi offers memorable accommodation in its Suite with Terrace. This charming holiday abode has a furnished terrace overlooking Rome’s city sprawl, along with a kitchenette, mini bar, flat-screen TV and heavenly bedding.

The resort provides a variety of enticing services, including hearty Italian and international breakfasts, a glass of prosecco upon arrival and open-top bus tours. You can also pay a little extra for a candlelit dinner in your room, a fresh fruit platter or a basket of flower petals scattered around your bath. 

Why You Should Stay Here 

  • Caters to couples with a variety of romantic extras, including chocolates, champagne and candlelit dinners.
  • Located in the lively neighbourhood of Trevi near restaurants and attractions.
  • Affordable suites with private terraces.

Star Rating: 5*
Price: USD 112 – USD 187
Guest Rating: 8.2
Address: Via Delle Quattro Fontane 171-172, Trevi, Rome, Italy

Adagio Rome Vatican

Adagio Rome Balduina

Those who prefer to stay just outside of the city will find an all-encompassing peace at Adagio Rome Vatican, which backs onto sprawling parks in the Balduina district. Along with meeting rooms and a playground, the hotel boasts a seasonal outdoor swimming pool with umbrellas and sun loungers.

All of the 104 serviced apartments at Adagio Rome Vatican feature fully-equipped kitchens and can accommodate up to four guests. The one-bedroom apartment offers a choice of two twin beds or one double bed, along with two single sofa beds in the open-plan dining and living rooms. These modern enclaves also have LCD TVs, complimentary Wi-Fi, shower baths and private balconies.

Why You Should Stay Here 

  • Kids Corners with fun games, colouring activities and books.
  • Flexible meeting rooms.
  • Backs onto the sprawling natural landscapes and walking trails of Pineto Regional Park.

Star Rating: 4*
Price: USD 116 – USD 323
Guest Rating: 8.1
Address: Via Damiano Chiesa 8, Rome, Italy

The View At The Spanish Steps

The View At The Spanish Steps

The View At The Spanish Steps has earned its perfect rating with HotelsCombined visitors thanks to its luxurious serviced apartments, many of which overlook the Spanish Steps from private terraces. From grand penthouses and honeymoon suites to family-style apartments, these accommodations offer memorable luxuries, such as fireplaces, gourmet kitchens, rooftop terraces, antique baths and private buffet breakfasts.

All guests have access to the on-site rooftop terrace, where a daily buffet breakfast is served alongside Rome city vistas. There’s also a street-side lounge for sipping cocktails or indulging in an English-style high tea. 

Why You Should Stay Here 

  • The 360-degree views, Jacuzzi, private balcony and three bedrooms in the Panoramic Grand Penthouse.
  • A 10-minute walk from the Aqueduct Ruins and Modern Art Gallery.
  • Delicious buffet breakfast served on a rooftop overlooking the Spanish Steps.

Star Rating: 4*
Price: USD 694 – USD 1,143
Guest Rating: 10
Address: Via Dei Condotti 91, Campo Marzio, Rome, Italy

Hotel Residenza Gra 21

Hotel Residenza Gra 21

Enjoy an authentic suburban environment just outside of Rome’s city centre at Hotel Residenza Gra 21, which is a short walk from the Anagnina subway station. The peaceful accommodation includes cosy studios for two and three people and features kitchenettes and comfortable bedding. Alternatively, you can stay in a detached Apartment with a large kitchen and spacious living room.

Along with its secure on-site parking lot, Hotel Residenza Gra 21 offers a direct bus to Ciampino Airport and dedicated reception staff happy to assist your travel planning. Right outside you’ll find cocktails and happy-hour deals at Black Out Rock Club and a variety of retail outlets at Centro Commerciale Anagnina. 

Why You Should Stay Here 

  • Affordable apartments with full kitchens.
  • Easy access to the city centre via the Anagnina subway station.
  • A short walk from Italian cuisine at Ristorante Braceria La Gazza.

Star Rating: 4*
Price: USD 79 – USD 136
Guest Rating: 8
Address: Via Anagnina 21, Cinecitta, Rome, Italy

Domus Valeria Bed and Breakfast Rome

Domus Valeria Bed and Breakfast Rome

Domus Valeria Bed and Breakfast Rome is a gay and lesbian-friendly B&B with an enviable location near the iconic Piazza di Spagna and Spanish Steps. Housed in the 18th-century Palazzo Saulini, the bed and breakfast has a rooftop garden overlooking the Spanish Steps, where you can enjoy a continental or English breakfast.

There is only one apartment at this private residence, which is situated on the attic level accessible via an antique elevator. It features three bedrooms with Italian decor, including two with walk-in wardrobes and a single room with a desk and bookshelf. Each room has a mini bar and flat-screen TV, while the shared spaces include a sunny terrace and cosy lounge area. 

Why You Should Stay Here

  • Intimate living in a single apartment with multiple rooms.
  • Affordable accommodation in the heart of Rome.
  • Beautiful views of the Spanish Steps and Academy of France.

Star Rating: 4*
Price: USD 69 – USD 149
Guest Rating: 10
Address: Via del Babuino 96, 4th floor, Apartment 14, Campo Marzio, Rome, Italy

Home Suite Rome

Home Suite Rome

Comprising three historic buildings within Rome’s city centre, Home Suite Rome offers serviced one-bedroom apartments with classic Italian decor and modern opulence. The Navona Deluxe One-Bedroom apartment has a kitchenette, living room and private balcony, while the Navona Superior One-Bedroom features antique furnishings, a bath and a terrace.

Alternatively, you can stay closer to the Pantheon in the Pantheon One-Bedroom Apartment, which has a cosy sitting area and a small kitchen. Upgrade to the Pantheon Elite for a fully-equipped kitchenette, separate living room and four sun-lit windows overlooking the street below.

Why You Should Stay Here 

  • A variety of serviced apartments either near the Pantheon or Piazza Navona.
  • Multilingual staff on site to help with travel planning.
  • Close to renowned restaurants, such as Ai Tre Tartufi and 4 Fiumi.

Star Rating: 5*
Price: USD 159 – USD 399
Guest Rating: 9.1
Address: Piazza Teatro Pompeo 19, Parione, Rome, Italy

Sunset Roma Guest House & Suite

Sunset Roma Guest House & Suite

A short walk from Roma Termini train station, Sunset Roma Guest House & Suite is conveniently placed for dining, shopping and sightseeing around Rome’s city centre. The serviced rooms are housed within a circa-1870s mansion and feature timber ceilings alongside modern bedding and furnishings.

These well-appointed apartments often feature surprising additions, such as hammocks and freestanding baths. You also have access to a complimentary gym, while the surrounding streets showcase exceptional dining and shopping at Pizzeria la Boccaccia, Pifebo Vintage Shop and SUEDE. 

Why You Should Stay Here 

  • Modern accommodations within a historic mansion.
  • Central location near Teatro Eliseo, the Tower of Milizie and The Borgia Steps.
  • Complimentary gym access.

Star Rating: 4.5*
Price: USD 152 – USD 251
Guest Rating: 9.1
Address: Via dei Serpenti 97, Monti, Rome, Italy

Hotel Location

The Most Memorable Self-Catered Holidays in Rome

Rome’s self-catered accommodation offers the conveniences of home with their large kitchens and living rooms while also placing you close to the city’s world-famous attractions and shopping and dining neighbourhoods. These serviced apartments in Rome have won over HotelsCombined visitors with their extravagant amenities, private spaces and easy access to sightseeing.

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Author: Ben Stower

I'm enamoured with travel, whether it's finding the quiet, local sanctuaries in touristic cities, venturing into rock vaults in a distant jungle or spending hours on a Spanish beach. I can't see an end to my travelling. Just another chapter and another story to tell.

Ben Stower
I'm enamoured with travel, whether it's finding the quiet, local sanctuaries in touristic cities, venturing into rock vaults in a distant jungle or spending hours on a Spanish beach. I can't see an end to my travelling. Just another chapter and another story to tell.
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