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Hotels in Rome offer many accommodation options, but often you have to book in advance and for prices higher than you would like to pay. Apartment rentals in Rome may be a better option for a less expensive, yet unforgettable holiday accommodation. If you want to rent an apartment in Rome for 3 nights and longer, you are choosing a convenient alternative to hotels.
For the same amount of money you will not only get a full-size apartment in Rome instead of a standard hotel room, but also all the comforts you are used to at home. Staying in Rome vacation rentals allows you to feel at home in the city and offers you the freedom to move about, eat, have drinks when you like.
If you are spending a holiday with family or friends, accommodation with 1, 2 or 3 bedrooms allows you to cut rental costs considerably, spend quality time together in privacy of your living room, and cook any meals you like in a fully-equipped kitchen.
What is more, there is plenty of high-quality apartments in Rome to choose from, and you are sure to find the vacation rental that fits you perfectly in terms of location, size and amenities available. Booking in advance is preferable, but not required, and if you are checking in shortly, be sure to check out our promo section. In addition, we offer apartment, cottage and villa short-term and long-term rentals all over Europe and North America.
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Roman hills

Palatine hill

The Palatine hill (Via di San Gregorio) is the ancient residence of Roman emperors and aristocracy that used to serve as a center of Rome during the ages of kings. Augustus was barely made emperor when he established his residence here. Tiberius, Caligula, the Flavians, and Septimius Severus followed suit, and Nero was the only ruler who wished to live in a different place. Here, the Flavian palace is easily identifiable by colourful marble work, and the house of Libya distinguishes itself by many wall-paintings.

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Capitoline museums

In 1471 Pope Sixtus IV started a collection of antique statues, which he would soon donate to the Capitoline Museums. The Capitoline Museums (Piazza del Campidoglio) house artwork and sculpture collections in two palaces – Palazzo Nuovo and Palazzo dei Conservatori. Both were designed by Michelangelo and located at the very centre of ancient Rome. The great master had also planned the Piazza Capitolina and the Cordonata Capitolina – a flight of steps of sorts leading to the piazza - both were finished prior to Charles V's visit to Rome in 1536. The center of the piazza is occupied by the bronze statue of Marcus Aurelius, the only ancient equestrian that survived to this day. Today, the original is housed in Palazzo Nuovo. From the top of the Capitoline hill one can admire gorgeous views of the Roman Forum and Via Sacra (Sacred Road), which religious and festive processions took to the Capitoline hill.

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