Cheapest Marriott Hotels In Rome
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Read on to learn more about the cheapest Marriott hotels in Rome and find out whether they are right for your next holiday.

While St Regis, Ritz-Carlton & W Bonvoy brands are the most expensive Marriott hotels, pick a Westin, Delta, Sheraton, or Marriott, and your stay will be cheaper. Even cheaper are brands like Courtyard, Four Points, and SpringHill Suites, which are also part of the Marriott Bonvoy brand, but these are not luxury and are not brilliant hotels.

Bvlgari Hotel Roma is the best Marriott hotel in Rome and one of the best luxury hotels in Rome too, particularly as there is no Four Seasons in Rome and no Ritz-Carlton in Rome.

Bvlgari Hotel Roma is not cheap. Usually, room rates come in at around €2,000 EUR per night. This eyewatering price is worth it as this is an amazing hotel, but the hotels we have picked below remain super stylish and slightly more reasonably priced.

For something completely different, we have reviewed the cheapest Marriott Bonvoy ski hotels along with the cheapest Four Seasons hotels in the world for those who want to splurge.

The prices in this article are based on a stay of 20-25 January 2024. Rates were correct at the time of writing.

Book any Marriott or other luxury hotel via our luxury travel concierge to get free breakfast, hotel credit, room upgrade (subject to availability), as well as all your usual Marriott Bonvoy points, making these rates an even better deal.

1. Le Méridien Visconti Rome

Le Méridien Visconti Rome is walking distance from the Spanish Steps and the Vatican. The light and space of this hotel make it stand out. The Seventies’ design reflects and accentuates the architecture of the exterior, creating a fascinating stylistic continuity between the recent past and modern taste.

The hotel has 240 bright and modern hotel rooms and suites, a multi-purpose center comprising nine high-tech meeting rooms, and a fully equipped fitness center.

Longitude 12 Bistrot & Jardin is the perfect place to relax while enjoying typical local flavors. A breathtaking and panoramic rooftop terrace between the alleys of the city characterizes this Roman hotel.

This hotel is not the Bulgari, but it is still brilliant because it is considerably cheaper than the Bulgari. Book this hotel or at any other luxury hotels via our luxury travel concierge to get you free breakfast, hotel credit, room upgrade (subject to availability), and more.

Prices here in January, which is a comparatively cheap time of year, start at around €220 EUR per night. Le Méridien Visconti Rome is the cheapest luxury Marriott hotel in Rome.

2. The Pantheon Iconic Rome Hotel, Autograph Collection

The Pantheon Iconic Rome Hotel, Autograph Collection is just moments from some of Italy’s most legendary destinations, like the Pantheon, Piazza Navona, Campo de’ Fiori, the Spanish Steps and Trevi Fountain.

Within this boutique hotel, you’ll find artwork and modern design reminiscent of Rome’s golden age, from its lobby to its modern rooms and suites.

Unwind amidst bespoke amenities in your boutique hotel room, each with a private wine cellar, a pillow menu, and more. The elegant, inviting atmosphere of this boutique hotel is carried into the sixth-floor terrace restaurant and lounge, where stunning views of the Roman cityscape complement delectable fare and craft cocktails.

The Michelin Starred Idylio by Apreda, offers a modern blend of Mediterranean and Oriental flavors from renowned Chef Francesco Apreda.

Prices here in January for a standard room start at around €400 EUR per night.

3. W Rome

W Rome redefines the luxury hotel scene of the Eternal City through its informal yet impeccable Whatever/Whenever service and trademark high energy. All W hotels offer a high-energy, fun setting. When the fun is mixed with an Italian joy for life, the resulting ambiance is magnetic.

Located on Via Liguria, next to the Spanish Steps, one of the most iconic masterpieces in the Eternal City, W Rome seizes the non-stop tempo of Rome and marks the W Hotels’ brand entry to the scene in an unapologetically Italian way.

Within the hotel’s 162 rooms and suites, the vibe is calm, though colors are bold, the design is layered, and detail indulgent. Private balconies and terraces add outside space and iconic views.

Loaded with Roman vitality yet dismantling the norm, W Rome is a hotel that has something for everyone, all the time, at any pace. Time is irrelevant, and the W experience is Italianized. Connect to the past, be in the moment, and anticipate the future.

Prices here in January, which is a comparatively cheap time of year, start at around €450 EUR per night.

4. Cardo Roma, Autograph Collection

Cardo Roma, Autograph Collection has been recently renovated and offers an urban resort located within the heart of the EUR district. This hotel also offers a complimentary shuttle to the city center.

The hotel’s character is unique and modern personality, artful and poetic. Bringing people together, the hotel features leisure spaces that open up to the outdoor pool, like a film star’s living room. Locally relevant restaurants & bars offer food and drink experiences with an ode to the Italian affair with pasta.

No one likes a boring room, so the hotel has brought their rooms alive with the distinct Cardo character. With 324 rooms, including 57 unique suites, these rooms offer the Roman tradition of pleasure, luxury, and comfort.

Prices here in January for a standard room start at around €500 EUR per night.

5. Westin Excelsior

Westin Excelsior on Via Veneto has a small but functional indoor pool as well as numerous wellness activities and facilities.

The hotel is one of the city’s most iconic palaces, rich in history, and located on the legendary Via Veneto. The Westin Excelsior is nestled between the Spanish Steps and the Borghese Gardens & Gallery.

This 5-star hotel features 281 rooms and 35 unique Signature Suites, including one of Europe’s most spectacular and opulent suites – Villa La Cupola. The Villa offers the ultra-elite a truly ‘Roman Emperor’ experience. Set on two floors, the suite combines breathtaking views of the city.

Prices here in January for a standard room start at around €550 EUR per night.

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