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Rome holiday rentals

Rome holiday rentals

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Cheapest month to stay with an average 27% drop in price.
Most expensive time to stay with an average 30% rise in price.
Average Sunday to Thursday price over the last 2 weeks.
Average Friday and Saturday price over the last 2 weeks.

Low season

January

High season

July

Average price (Weeknight)

$110

Average price (Weekend night)

$123

When to book a holiday rental in Rome

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Average nightly price per month
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Top tips for finding the perfect Rome holiday rental

  • Kitchen/kitchenette, parking, and linens are the most popular holiday rental property amenities in Rome
  • Holiday rentals in Rome are around 28% cheaper than hotels on average. Search here to compare prices for all accommodation types in Rome.
  • The best holiday rental properties in Rome are Residenza Venti Settembre (9.9, 915 reviews), Casa Vacanze My Roman Dream (9.8, 40), and Vatication B&B (9.7, 366), based on ratings and reviews from real travellers.
  • Cassia Flaminia is the neighbourhood in Rome with the most affordable holiday rental properties (211 properties with an average price of $105 per night). Happy Village & Camping, Seven Hills Village and Flaminio Village Bungalow Park - Campground are the most popular rental properties in Cassia Flaminia.
  • If you’re looking for Rome holiday rentals with a stunning city view, options like St Peter’s View, are ideal for you. St Peter’s View looks out at the dome of St Peter’s Basilica and is just a short walk from famous sites like the Pantheon and Vatican City.
  • Driving in Rome can be stressful and many of the older streets are not accessible for vehicles or are difficult to drive through. If you’re looking for a fast and convenient way to explore Rome, the Rome underground network is a great option for you. Rome rentals like Manin Suites or Le Vie del Vaticano are situated close to stops on the MEA Metro Line, which runs across Rome city centre and right past many central attractions.
  • If you want to save money on your trip to Rome, it is a good idea to look for city rentals located slightly further from the city centre. Rental apartments, such as Walter’s Rooms or Walter Guest House, are situated around a 35min metro ride from many central attractions and offer you a great budget option for your stay in Rome.
  • If you want to make the most of the delicious fresh produce available in Italy, why not rent an apartment in Rome with self-catering facilities? Imperial Luxury Penthouse offers you a fully equipped kitchen, so you can experiment with Italian cuisine during your stay. You can also find plenty of more affordable self-catered options in Rome, such as Xavier House.
  • If you fancy some luxury on your trip to Rome, luxury rental apartments like Cola di Rienzo Luxury Penthouse offer gorgeous modern decor, top-of-the-range features and stunning bathroom facilities, with hot tubs available in some private en suites.

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