Hotels near Pantheon
"One of the 50 Websites that make the web great."
"Hipmunk is the best travel site on the Web. Period."
"Stands out for its fun, interactive and deal-scoring features."
Charming and busy, the area around the Pantheon is a historic maze of narrow streets dating back to the Middle Ages. Whether it's exploring Renaissance churches and palaces or experiencing the nightlife, this area won't disappoint anyone during their visit to Rome. 

Hipmunk's Best Hotels near Pantheon

Hotel San Francesco
Hotel San Francesco
|
8.6
Excellent
Via Jacopa de' Settesoli 7, Rome
from $61
Hotel Napoleon
Hotel Napoleon
|
8.8
Excellent
Piazza Vittorio Emanuele II105, Rome
from $80
Duca D'Alba Hotel
Duca D'Alba Hotel
|
8.4
Excellent
Via Leonina 14, Rome
from $82
Ponte Sisto Hotel
Ponte Sisto Hotel
|
8.8
Excellent
VIA DEI PETTINARI 64, Rome
from $121
Hotel Barocco
Hotel Barocco
|
9.3
Excellent
Piazza Barberini 9, Rome
from $157
Starhotels Metropole Hotel
Starhotels Metropole Hotel
|
8.7
Excellent
Via Principe Amedeo 3, Rome
from $136
Sofitel Rome Villa Borghese Hotel
Sofitel Rome Villa Borghese Hotel
|
8.7
Excellent
Via Lombardia 47, Rome
from $207
Fortyseven Hotel
Fortyseven Hotel
|
8.9
Excellent
Via Petroselli 47, Rome
from $183
Starhotels Michelangelo
Starhotels Michelangelo
|
8.8
Excellent
Via Stazione di S. Pietro, 14, Rome
from $119
Hotel Capannelle
Hotel Capannelle
|
7.6
Good
Via Siderno 37, Rome
from $40
More About Hotels near Pantheon...

What's the Pantheon?

Built by Emperor Hadrian between 118 and 125 AD, the Pantheon boasts a 9-metre round aperture at the top of the dome, which illuminates the entire building. Today, the Pantheon's dome is the world's largest unreinforced concrete dome. It's also one of the best-preserved of all Ancient Roman buildings. 

Which Hotels Have the Best View Near the Pantheon?

A cheap hotel next to the Pantheon is the Hotel Cosmopolita for $129 per night. This hotel puts you right next to a variety of sites in addition to the Pantheon. Enjoy panoramic views from the rooftop terrace of the Vatican City and Vittoriano Monument. Alternatively, you can stay at the Hotel Mancino 12 for $166 per night and the Residenza Farnese for $133 per night. Both hotels conveniently put their guests near some of the most spectacular sites in Rome. 

What are the Benefits or Draw-Backs from Staying at a Hotel Near the Pantheon? 

The area around the Pantheon is charming, making it a great place to stay when visiting Rome. Of course, one draw-back is the fact that any area near a landmark is typically more touristy and crowded, but the area near the Pantheon is usually safe and not as expensive as other areas. 

What Do I Need to Know About the Pantheon? 

Entrance to the Pantheon is free and there is typically no wait to get inside. One of the best times to visit is during light rain to see the drops disappear before touching the ground through the Oculus. If you're wanting to see the sun stream through, visit between 11 AM and 1 PM when the sun is at its highest. It's also important to note that the Pantheon is more crowded in the mornings. To avoid the crowds, it's best to come at opening time or after 4 PM.