Best Kid-Friendly Hotels in Repubblica and Termini, Rome

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Take a look at the best kid-friendly hotels in Repubblica and Termini.

  1. The Locanda al Viminale is an intimate, affordable bed-and-breakfast nestled by the Termini Station. Six spacious rooms are pleasantly furnished with private bathrooms, and some have balconies, preserved frescoes, or kitchenettes. A light Italian breakfast is delivered to rooms in the mornings and free refreshments are always on supply in a kitchen. This property is a great value for tourists who want to be in the center of Rome, but guests may want to also check rates at The Beehive nearby, which has fresh, youthful decor.

  2. The Hotel Canada, BW Premier Collection has some surprising classical charm for a 73-room franchise hotel. Rooms are spacious by Rome standards with plenty of natural light, but some bathrooms are equipped with tiny shower stalls instead of tubs. The location near Stazione Termini, though, has pros and cons: The hotel is well served by public transportation, but has dull surroundings made up mostly of office buildings. All told, it’s one of the best values in this neighborhood.

  3. Right on the Piazza della Repubblica near Termini Station, Palazzo Naiadi, The Dedica Anthology is housed in a former 19th-century palace and was the first 5-star hotel to be established in Rome. The 238 rooms have elegant neoclassical style in shades of beige and cream; guests can also choose to stay in the Clementino, which was the papal granary in the 17th century. The dramatic entrance, grand lobby, and hallways lined with Roman busts set a formal tone; the hotel requests a business casual dress code in the public and dining areas. There are several dining options, and the seasonal city-view infinity pool is a highlight.

  4. The three-pearl Hotel Columbia offers a great location to public transportation and romantic features, like antique furnishings and paintings. The 45 air-conditioned rooms include flat-screen TVs, minibars, electric kettles, and gorgeous Murano glass chandeliers, though they're not very spacious and might feel too old-fashioned for some. Suites and Family rooms are also available. A free breakfast is served on a terrace or in a breakfast room that doubles as a bar and lounge. For those looking for a more modern hotel, it may be worth checking the prices at Hotel Selene Rome

  5. The St. Regis Rome is a grand five-pearl hotel of the Belle Epoque era, with modern amenities. Most guests rave about the helpful concierge and butler service, and the property features include an Asian-themed spa, a fine dining restaurant offering wine cellar tastings, and formal afternoon tea service. Elegant rooms blend several historic decor styles and are adorned with lovely antiques. The hotel is within walking distance of Termini Station, the Trevi Fountain, and the Spanish Steps. The Westin Excelsior, the hotel's sister property on the nearby Via Veneto, is also worth considering.

  6. The Britannia Hotel is an upscale hotel in a convenient location near the Piazza della Repubblica and within walking distance to several of the city’s famous historic sights. The hotel has a dark, cozy bar and 33 homey rooms with free minibars and flat-screen TVs. Standard rooms are small (and not a good fit for families), but the hotel wins in the breakfast category, providing a free breakfast with a wide variety of food that exceeds other hotels’ offerings. The hotel is a good choice at a fair rate, but guests with more modern tastes may want to compare rates with Hotel Alpi, an upscale property with a pretty roof terrace.

  7. Hotel Mascagni is a smart choice for solid accommodations near Piazza della Repubblica. The upper-middle-range hotel has attractive, modern public spaces and in 2016 the hotel opened an annex to house 40 polished rooms. However, the orange striped wallpaper and matching drapes are garish. All units are well-equipped with flat-screen TVs, minibars, electric kettles with free tea and coffee, and free Wi-Fi; some have balconies. Bathrooms are far more stylish, and come with bidets, a generous supply of toiletries, and shower/tub combos in most. Features here are limited to an elegant breakfast room, where a hot spread is served daily, and a small, handsome bar. As an alternative, the nearby Ambasciatori Palace Hotel has slightly higher rates and features a full-service restaurant. 

  8. Renovated from a late 19th-century family home, the five-pearl, 82-room Palazzo Montemartini blends gorgeous historical details with sleek modern style. Notable features include the state-of-the-art spa, gourmet restaurant, and sleek black Lounge Bar. Rooms have spare, streamlined modern decor and marble bathrooms with separate showers and tubs; suites have magazine-worthy style and free access to spa facilities. The location by Termini station is convenient for those traveling by train but less convenient for visiting the sights on foot, as many are a good half-hour walk away. Those seeking a similarly priced luxury hotel with a more central location may prefer Hotel Indigo Rome - St. George.

  9. The Best Western Premier Hotel Royal Santina is a mid-range property just a few blocks from Termini train station, making the hotel convenient for public transportation options but not ideal for those who want to walk to Rome's landmark destinations. The 118-room hotel is modern and stylish with funky furniture and tones of gray and white. An on-site lobby bar and restaurant suffice for a quick drink or meal. Views of a concrete courtyard or neighboring building are uninspired, but people stay here for the clean rooms and access to Termini station.

  10. This 216-room upscale chain hotel in a 19th-century building is just a short walk from the Termini train station, which offers public transport throughout the city, but a long walk from most of the popular tourist sights. The rooms are modern, with free Wi-Fi and flat-screen TVs, though lower-level rooms often experience street noise. The hotel's best features are arguably the spacious fitness center and small spa with a sauna, hammam, and massage rooms; guest get free access to the facilities. For business travelers, there's a conference room equipped to host corporate events for up to 300 guests.

  11. This 72-room hotel is located on a cobbled street in an out-of-the-way spot near Termini Station, overlooking Basilica di Santa Maria Maggiore. It's a mid-range option with some classic charm (such as marble tiles and chandeliers in the lobby), but also busy, tacky prints in Caffe Papa Sisto and some of the rooms. Room decor is traditional and homey, and modern amenities include flat-screen TVs, stocked minibars, and electric kettles. Marble bathrooms are clean and suites offer large Jacuzzi tubs. Perks here include the rooftop garden with great views of Rome, as well as a free daily breakfast buffet with espresso and cappuccino. However, there are pesky fees for Internet and parking.

  12. The Augusta Lucilla hotel is in a renovated historic building near the Termini train station, which makes it a good option for travelers coming to Rome by rail, or opera fans, with the Rome’s opera house nearby. The somewhat charmless decor puts it in the not-quite-four-pearl category. Special features include rooms with adjustable massage beds and airport pickups that can be arranged when making a reservation. Rooms at the nearby Hotel Rex, also an upper-middle-range property, can be less expensive.

  13. Hotel Nord Nuova Roma is a charming hotel located a four-minute walk from Termini train station. Much of this three-pearl property was renovated in 2014, with just a few more of its 157 guest rooms to be refurbished. Some rooms can be cramped, but they are tastefully decorated and include flat-screen TVs and modern bathrooms. The leafy outdoor terrace on the top floor has views over the city rooftops, and it's a pleasant place for a nightcap. Breakfast is included in the room rate, and free Wi-Fi is available throughout the property -- but access can be spotty. For more of a boutique experience at reasonable rates, try Hotel Dharma, which offers extras like hot tubs and Turkish baths.

  14. The Hotel Diana Roof Garden is a mid-range property located near the Termini Train Station, giving guests fast access to the entire city (plus the airport) via public transit. Walking to Rome's landmarks will take about 20 minutes. The property has a classic design style, and rooms are clean, with wood floors and nice bedding. Snacks and drinks in the minibar are free (an unexpected bonus), if limited. The on-site restaurant and bar get mixed reviews but the prettily landscaped rooftop garden is a definite plus. To stay closer to the sights for a similar price, consider the Stay Inn Rome.

  15. The Hotel Marco Polo is a standard budget traveler's hotel near the Termini train station. Rooms are simple and basic with dated furniture and worn bedspreads, while bathrooms are clean and modern (though some are more impressive than others). Room amenities include small flat-screen TVs, minibars, and a safe. Triple rooms are on offer and might be convenient for groups or families. A small, antique elevator is used to reach the hotel and can only accommodate two or three people at a time. Some guests have complained about cancellations of reservations without warning.

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