Hotels near Termini
“The world is a book, and those who do not travel read only a page.”
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Romans are conflicted about Termini station and its surrounding working-class neighborhood, which is home to Rome's most diverse community. The area immediately around the hulking, Fascist-era station is gray with pollution and notorious for prostitution. But venture farther west of the station, and you'll discover a vibrant cosmopolitan neighborhood with affordable boutique hotels, friendly neighborhood bars, and authentic Bengali, Somali, and Szechuan restaurants. East of the station lies San Lorenzo, a laid-back, tree-lined neighborhood that wakes up around noon, just in time to welcome Rome's university students and starving artists into excellent pizzerias, cafes, and mom-and-pop pasta joints. For a taste of the local life at a bargain price, San Lorenzo is a draw for international hipsters, but keep your city smarts sharp around Termini, day or night.

Hipmunk's Best Hotels near Termini

Atlante Garden Hotel
Atlante Garden Hotel
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3.4
1222 reviews
Via Crescenzio 78, Rome
from $164
Mecenate Palace
Mecenate Palace
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4.0
1967 reviews
Via Carlo Alberto 3, Rome
from $106
Hotel Duca d'Alba
Hotel Duca d'Alba
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3.9
1109 reviews
Via Leonina 14, Rome
from $131
Hotel Barocco
Hotel Barocco
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4.4
932 reviews
Piazza Barberini,9 Entrance at Via della Purificazione, Rome
from $116
Jumeirah Grand Hotel Via Veneto
Jumeirah Grand Hotel Via Veneto
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3.7
659 reviews
Via Vittorio Veneto 155, Rome
from $265
Regina Hotel Baglioni
Regina Hotel Baglioni
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4.0
306 reviews
Via Vittorio Veneto 72, Rome
from $283
Fortyseven Preferred Boutique Hotel
Fortyseven Preferred Boutique Hotel
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4.4
1183 reviews
Via Luigi Petroselli 47, Rome
from $213
Hotel Colosseum
Hotel Colosseum
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4.2
1645 reviews
Via Sforza 10, Rome
from $83
Hotel Morgana
Hotel Morgana
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3.8
1184 reviews
Via Filippo Turati 31 33 35, Rome
from $117
River Palace Hotel
River Palace Hotel
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4.2
1191 reviews
Via Flaminia 33, Rome
from $126
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Romans are conflicted about Termini station and its surrounding working-class neighborhood, which is home to Rome's most diverse community. The area immediately around the hulking, Fascist-era station is gray with pollution and notorious for prostitution. But venture farther west of the station, and you'll discover a vibrant cosmopolitan neighborhood with affordable boutique hotels, friendly neighborhood bars, and authentic Bengali, Somali, and Szechuan restaurants. East of the station lies San Lorenzo, a laid-back, tree-lined neighborhood that wakes up around noon, just in time to welcome Rome's university students and starving artists into excellent pizzerias, cafes, and mom-and-pop pasta joints. For a taste of the local life at a bargain price, San Lorenzo is a draw for international hipsters, but keep your city smarts sharp around Termini, day or night.

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