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        The following hotels in Rome offer free WLAN for HRS guests: Hotel Novotel Roma Est, UNAHOTELS Decò Roma and Hotel Barcelo Aran Mantegna. More hotels in Rome with free WiFi .
        On average, a night in a 3-HRS-star hotel in Rome costs €111.73. The prices per night start at €40.00. If you choose a luxury hotel, the average nightly price is €250.00 (prices are based on hotel prices from hrs.de).
        In Rome the Hotel Foro Romano Imperatori, Hotel St. John Rome B&B and Etruria Relais & Wine Hotel received the highest customer ratings with at least 8 out of 10 rating stars.
        The hotels Hotel Occidental Aurelia, Hotel Domus Australia Guest House and Hotel Villafranca have received very positive reviews from travelers for their breakfast options.
        You can relax in the fitness studio after your business meeting at the following hotels in Rome: Hotel Novotel Roma Est, Stars Metropole and Hotel ibis Styles Roma Eur.
        In Rome the following conference hotels: Etruria Relais & Wine Hotel, Grand Hotel Ritz and Hotel Nord Nuova Roma have received the highest customer ratings with at least 8 out of 10 rating stars.
        We recommend the following hotels in Rome for trade fair visitors and organizers: Holiday Inn ROME - EUR PARCO DEI MEDICI, Sheraton Parco de' Medici Rome Hotel and Parco de' Medici Residence-Hotel. Here you will find a full selection of the hotels in Rome near the exhibition center .
        At HRS you have the option of sorting the hotels according to their distance from the center and choosing the right hotel for you. Or use the map view.
        The accommodations UNAHOTELS Decò Roma, Hotel Barcelo Aran Mantegna and Stars Metropole received particularly good reviews from business travelers. You can find more business hotels in Rome here .
        You can relax in the wellness area after your business meeting in the following hotels in Rome: Hotel Novotel Roma Est, Hotel ibis Styles Roma Eur and Welcome Piram Hotel. You can find more information and offers on wellness hotels in Rome at HRS.
        The following design hotels in Rome: Hotel Gran Meliá Roma, Hotel Orange and Hotel Monte Cenci have received the highest customer ratings with at least 8 out of 10 rating stars. More design hotels in Rome on HRS.
        Smarthotels offer quick check-in via smartphone and digital billing when checking out. Find out more about Smarthotels . Smarthotels in Rome can be found here.
        You can stay at the following hotels in Rome for less than 80 EUR per night: Hotel St. John Villa B&B, Hotel Cilicia and Nakissa Inn.
        You get a good connection to the local public transport through accommodations near the train station. The accommodations Hotel NH Collection Roma Vittorio Veneto, Hotel NH Collection Roma Centro and Colonna Palace Hotel are perfectly suited due to their proximity to the train station.
        For two nights in a 3-HRS-star hotel in Rome, travelers will pay an average of €175.21 over the coming weekend. (Price based on HRS prices of a price query from 4 December 2021 for two nights in a single room this coming weekend (10 December 2021 - 12 December 2021).)
        In Rome travelers can expect an average overnight price of €127.29. (Prices are based on the hotel prices from hrs.de).

        What should I expect when I stay in a hotel in Rome on a business trip?

        Rome, Italy's cosmopolitan capital, has been a cultural hub for nearly 3,000 years. It's been shaped by influential art, history, and architecture. You can't go far without running into some ancient relic, like the Colosseum or ruins at Palatine Hill. The ancient world awaits you just minutes from your hotel Rome.

        If you're an art lover, you will appreciate the works at St. Peter's Basilica in Vatican City. Take advantage of the shopping in trendy Trastevere, or find a table at a restaurant along the River Tiber. Order some fresh pasta and local wine, and in your downtime enjoy some 'olce far niente' -- the sweetness of doing nothing.

        What can I do in Rome after work?

        Italians like to eat late, so you most likely won't be sitting down to dinner until 8pm or later. Treat yourself to some classic Italian food, like 'cacio e pepe' -- Romano cheese and fresh black pepper atop pasta. The simplest dishes in Italy are often the best.

        Most museums and galleries close in the early evening, but you will not have to wait long in line if you visit the less busy sites late in the day. The Borghese Gallery has one of the most prized art collections in the world, and the Palazzo Doria Pamphilj is a must-visit.

        When the sun goes down, head over to the Spanish Steps or the Trevi Fountain. These architectural beauties are even more stunning at night.

        Where can business travellers go in Rome?

        Rome has plenty of modern amenities. The subway is fast and efficient, and an extensive network of buses make it easy to get back and forth from your hotel. Rome's business district is EUR, home to many large conferences and exhibitions.

        While in EUR, be sure to check the Palazzo dei Congressi (congress centre). The dramatic Palazzo della Civiltà di Lavoro is another must-see.

        Which places should I visit beyond my hotel in Rome?

        Don't pass up an opportunity to visit Michelangelo's famous paintings at the Sistine Chapel in Vatican City. The Creation of Adam is one of his finest works.

        Spend some time touring the Colosseum and the Roman Forum. Learn about gladiators and life in ancient Rome. Hire a guide to take you through the site, and you'll see Rome's glory days come alive.