- WHERE TO STAY
- CRUISE PORTS
Understandably you need to book quality hotels early in Venice, especially in high season. You also should factor in their location within Venice to guarantee a relaxing stay.
Florence has a range of hotels available although room rates can be high, especially in peak season. Most of the luxury hotels are individually run and not global chains.
Naples is a large city, but for the visitor there are just three main hotel districts, by the main railway station, in the historic centre and along the waterfront - the most exclusive location.
Sorrento has a wide range of hotels available and is perhaps biased towards the luxury end of the hotel market, but there are some budget options available too.
Accommodation suitable for the leisure visitor found throughout Rome. There are few mid-range chain hotels and at the moment no low cost budget chains in the centre. The majority are independent 3-stars.
Cheap accommodation in mostly family owned establishments, often just a handful of rooms. Found mostly around Termini Station and Vatican with some in the ancient city itself.
Few large international chains are represented in the centre of Rome itself. Facilities and ambience vary enormously and room rates are highly seasonal. Most of the available options are independent hotels.
A good range of studio, one and two bedroom apartments are available for short-term letting of a day or more. These are spread thinly across Rome with some aparthotels available. All are fully furnished.
From private room hire in a property to the hire of entire flats or houses, Airbnb Rome offers something for every need and budget, connecting hosts and travellers.
The cheapest mostly dormitory style accommodation aimed at the young and young at heart. A wide range of hostels are available. Most have kitchen, bars, luggage storage etc.
If you are a family or a small group it is possible to get larger rooms in most sectors. Choice is largest in the budget hotels, but we detail rooms for up to six people in all sectors.
Single travellers sometimes have no choice but to pay the same price as a double/twin room. We have highlighted options across all hotel grades with rooms for one person.