Rome B&Bs, hostels, camping
Rome Accommodations Directory
ABOVE: A water spigot in Rome.
Bed & Breakfasts
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Click the "Bed & Breakfasts" tab for B&B listings. You can narrow your search by clicking on the interactive map
at the bottom of each page.
Bed & Breakfast Association of
B&Bs and residential hotels are listed for central Rome and other areas
of the city.
(Capo le Case)
Book early to enjoy the beamed ceilings, wooden floors, fresh flowers, and
Turkish bath at a five-room, five-star guesthouse that has been featured in
Condé Nast Traveler's U.S. and UK editions. Casa Howard is just 100 meters
from the Spanish Steps.
Also see the individual properties in our listings of
Rome budget hotels.
Choose from two independent hostels near the Termini station: The Alessandro
Palace and the Alessandro Downtown.
Youth Hostel Foro
Italico - "A.F. Pessina"
Rome's IYF youth hostel is 6 km (4 miles) from the Termini railway station, and it offers
334 beds. The modest daily rate includes breakfast.
Oikos is a environmental organization that works to preserve Mediterranean forests.
Its volunteer quarters double as a hostel with swimming pool and restaurant. (The location
is about 30 minutes from central Rome by metro and bus.)
Families and singles are welcome here. The red horizontal stripe near the
center of the map shows the house's location.
Casa Nostra Signora di
The "Casa Nostra" (not to be confused with with "Cosa Nostra") caters
Istituto Nostra Signora di
Singles, families, and groups are served by 47 beds in 31 rooms (including 14 rooms with
The Rome listings here (which include the links above) are supplemented by listings for
Venice, Florence, Orvieto, and Siena.
Grounds in Rome
This list's information is sketchy, although it does give directions on how to
reach some of the campgrounds.
Camping in Rome and in Latium
These extensive but lightweight listings are in Italian; if necessary,
translate with AltaVista.
Need to Pitch a Tent: Save Money and Camp in Rome
This article from Noambit, a travel site and purveyor of audio guides, describes
what it's like to camp and commute into the city center.
Photo: Copyright © Mary Lane.