Book your stay in Rome in a family-friendly hotel, such as the Star Hotels Metropole on Via Principe Amedeo,3, and enjoy a memorable trip to Rome. You are near the Termini railway station for easy access to Rome,...
Looking for a great family-friendly hotel during your visit to Rome? The World Hotel Ripa Roma on Via degli Orti de Trastevere has comforts for parents and children alike. Hire a hotel babysitter and go out for...

Family-friendly Hotels

Location, Location, Location

When you’re traveling abroad with your family, you want to find the most convenient location that allows you to sightsee, dine out for a reasonable price, and collect that fantastic souvenir. When your family travels to Rome, book your stay in family-friendly hotels in Rome, Italy, such as the Rome Cavalieri, Waldorf Astoria Hotels & Resorts, the Star Hotels Metropole, the Best Western Globus, and the World Hotel Ripa Roma. Rome is a great place to take your family because recreation and dining doesn’t have to be expensive. Visiting the churches in Rome provide you with free sightseeing. The ancient art and architecture that was commissioned for the churches in Rome is exquisite.

Visit San Lugi dei Francesi and see one of Caravaggio exquisite paintings and his use of chiaroscuro. His movement from light to dark brings his masterpieces to life. Gazing upon them make you feel as though you are in the room with his characters. In addition to the churches, each piazza has ornate sculptures and fountains at their centers. Piazza Navona and Piazza Barberini are particularly beautiful. The Trevi Fountain, the Pantheon, the Spanish Steps, and several other ancient sites are free as well. If you get the Roma Pass for the bus, you can also get in to two museums or ancient archaeological sites for free when you show them your pass. These family-friendly hotels in Rome, Italy also provide a delicious breakfast with your stay ,or have a restaurant on-site so you won’t have to journey far for a great cappuccino in the morning. Museums are not typically expensive, so definitely plan to see some of them. The Etruscan tombs are a fantastic site to visit and well worth your time.

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Italians know the lost art of culinary excellence. Food doesn’t have to be flowery, just delicious, and you should savor it in a relaxed setting. Street food like suppli, pizza, and paninis are great options if you are on the go. Dinners are typically late in the evenings, around 8 pm, and last a good hour to hour and a half. When you dine out be sure and plan your schedule accordingly because Italians want you to savory your meal not rush through it.