Rome, Italy Luxury Vacation Rentals & Apartments

The perfect stay
in Rome, Italy

One of the world’s truly great cities, this celebration of man’s cultural and artistic achievements is a huge expanse that includes UNESCO landmarks, food, culture, and monuments. It’s one of those places that will call you back again and again. Our luxury vacation rentals in Rome give you an exclusive base from which to discover the true personality of this iconic destination.

Where do you begin in Rome? The world-famous Colosseum, or the Vatican? The Seven Hills (there are actually eight) or museums filled with works by Da Vinci, Rafael, and Caravaggio? The sheer number of things to see and do in Rome can be quite overwhelming, so take plenty of coffee breaks and let Rome come to you as you sip an espresso and eat a sweet pastry. Evenings are laid-back, languid affairs where a meal can take hours to enjoy, and the laughter goes well into the small hours, eased by plenty of fine wine and even finer food.

It’s easy to wander away from the usual tourist spots and discover a more authentic Rome. But even down these cobbled alleyways and tiny piazzas you’ll see glimpses of the city’s ancient past, with remains of the Roman Empire everywhere. Look up and you’ll see incredible roof gardens, while archways reveal hidden courtyards with fountains and statues. Rome is, quite simply, unique, and one visit is never enough.

Things you can’t miss
  • Take a morning stroll to see the beautiful, historic city minus the crowds.
  • Indulge in some window shopping or even bring home a special gift in Via Condotti.
  • Take a tour of the Testaccio Market to sample Rome’s diverse cuisine.

Our guides & insider insights about Rome

Rome vacation rentals you will love

The apartments

“I'll never forget the first time I saw the Colosseum with my own eyes. Rome is just a marvel: thousands of years of history can be found on every street corner.”

Florence Crawley Travel Advisor
Florence Crawley

Why stay with us?

Curated and inspected homes, villas & chalets
Luxury linen and toiletries
Round the clock support
Complimentary weekly clean
Dedicated concierge
Earn & redeem Accor ALL loyalty Reward points
Personal Meet & Greet
Complimentary medical support in partnership with AXA

Enhance your Rome stay

Your onefinestay vacation rental in Rome comes with a host of additional services, including sports and equipment hire, dinner reservations, car hire, entertainment, and celebratory decorations. Just ask your dedicated concierge for more details.
While weekly housekeeping for all our homes and most of our villas & chalets is complimentary, we can always arrange more if needed.

Additional housekeeping

Explore your dream destination with VIP car rental. Your dedicated concierge can arrange delivery of your rental car to your door on arrival.

Car rental

Why drive yourself when you can sit back and relax? Your personal chauffeur can take you to your destination’s best-kept-secret spots in real style.

Chauffeur

Your dedicated concierge can arrange fantastic experiences including an Italian cooking class or guided museum visit.

Experiences

Find out more about the culture of your destination through its food. For all you gastronomes, we’ll book you a table at the best restaurants in town.

Gastronomy

Looking forward to some treats and a bottle or two of wine? Your personal concierge can arrange grocery deliveries on arrival and during your stay.

Grocery delivery

Birthdays or anniversaries deserve something special. Let your dedicated concierge arrange a cake or flower arrangement to celebrate.

Special occasion

Ready to try skiing or diving for the first time? We’ll make sure you have all the sports equipment you need to tick off that bucket-list activity.

Sports equipment rental

Let your dedicated concierge take all the hassle out of transfers so you can start your dream vacation from the moment you step off the plane.

Transfer

Essential information

When to visit

JAN
8°C
46F
FEB
9°C
48F
MAR
12°C
53F
APR
14°C
57F
MAY
21°C
69F
JUN
23°C
73F
JUL
26°C
78F
AUG
24°C
75F
SEP
22°C
71F
OCT
18°C
64F
NOV
13°C
55F
DEC
10°C
50F

Please note: these are the average temperatures reported throughout the day but can vary greatly due to weather conditions such as heatwaves. We kindly invite you to contact us for more information, including confirmation of whether your apartment has air conditioning to ensure a comfortable stay.

Best time to go

  • During spring: Rome in the spring is enchanting. The city’s parks and gardens come to life in a blaze of colour, and temperatures range between 18-24°C (66-75°F). You will encounter the odd rain shower or two, but they’re over quickly and there are plenty of places to take cover until the clouds part. The streets will be busy, especially during Easter when the Vatican is thronged by pilgrims.

  • During summer: One thing that surprises many visitors is just how hot it can be in Rome during the summer. Temperatures can climb into the high 30s °C (90°F+) so ensure you carry plenty of water when you’re sightseeing. It’s a perfect excuse to try some authentic Roman gelato and wander around the museums to take advantage of the air conditioning inside. The main attractions are particularly busy during the summer months, especially the Colosseum and the Pantheon.

  • During autumn: The visitors start to disperse a little in the autumn months, but through September and October the city remains very lively. Temperatures are still in the mid to high-20s °C until November when the cooler weather arrives. You’ll find a plethora of food festivals celebrating the harvest at this time of the year, and autumn is definitely the season to try Italian truffles and porcini mushrooms.

  • During winter: Wander down quiet Roman streets bathed in golden winter light and discover sites like the Sistine Chapel, but without any of the hustle and bustle of the preceding months. For a completely different experience, book your Rome vacation rental or apartment in the winter months and you’ll discover the peaceful side of the city, while still being able to enjoy its world-renowned wonders. You’ll need a warm jumper as winter temperatures can drop below freezing, but the magnificent sunsets are well worth the hassle of packing a pair of gloves and a woolly hat.

How to get there

Make the journey as memorable as the arrival. Your dedicated concierge can arrange transportation from the closest airport or train station to your rent apartment in Rome.

By plane

Rome has two international airports, Leonardo da Vinci/Fiumicino International Airport and G.B. Pastine/Ciampino International Airport. Most flights arrive at Leonardo da Vinci Airport, while private charters can arrive at the smaller G.B. Pastine airport. Your dedicated concierge can arrange for transfers to your luxury accommodation in Rome or for car hire to be waiting for you on arrival.

By car

Driving in Rome is an experience that is probably best left to the locals. However, getting to Rome by car is easy. The city is surrounded by a ring road, the Grande Raccordo Anulare or GRA. Every off-ramp leads into the centre of the city like the spokes of a wheel. The rural roads around Rome are a driver’s dream, with good quality tarmac, fabulous scenery, and plenty of roadside cafés for a pit stop and a coffee.

By train

In the heart of Rome is one of the busiest rail stations in Europe, the Roma Termini. If you’re travelling through Europe by train, you’ll arrive here from Eurostar connections and other transcontinental services. If you are arriving by train, your dedicated concierge can arrange for transfers to your rental apartment.

Local tips

  • The internet can be unreliable in Rome, and even cafés and restaurants that advertise free Wi-Fi can’t always guarantee coverage. Consider signing up for an international plan or bringing a portable hotspot with you if you need it to get around or for work.
  • Many of Rome’s museums, like Galleria Borghese and Palazzo Barberini, are closed on Mondays and the Vatican Museums are closed on Sundays (so are busy on Saturdays and Mondays). Therefore, it’s safest to double-check the opening days/times of the museums you want to visit beforehand and to plan your schedule accordingly.
  • Remember to save some coins to toss into the Trevi Fountain and make a wish!
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