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The joy of waking up in a hotel in Rome comes at a price: Italian hotels have the highest room rates in Europe, and the fact that the Eternal City in particular is a seller's market has done nothing to raise standards. But things are slowly changing. Though the high prices remain, a slew of new options have shaken up the Rome hotel scene. The arrival of design hotels, such as the post-Deco De Russie, sexy Aleph, and relentlessly contemporary Radisson, has forced many old stalwarts to rethink and revamp. The danger now, of course, is that design itself may fall into a rut—some new openings, like Leon's Place in Via XX Settembre, are more style than substance. It's at the lower end of the market that the most interesting changes are taking place: Those looking for a hotel under $250 now have a range of upscale B&Bs to choose from (smart, stylish Casa Montani is a good example) in addition to the typical budget to mid-range hotels. Value-conscious travelers should make the most of Rome's two low seasons: from November through early March (with the partial exception of Christmas and New Year's), and again from mid-July to the end of August.

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Albergo del Sole al Pantheon, Rome

Few hotels have guest lists that stretch back to the Renaissance. But the Sole is one of the oldest in Europe: It had already been going for almost half a...more

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Aleph, Rome

Not for the fainthearted, this pricey luxury option not far from the Via Veneto has all the decadent verve that we have come to expect from an Adam Tihany...more

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Casa Howard, Rome

If you don't happen to have stylish Roman friends who can put you up in their apartment, Casa Howard is the next best thing. This tasteful, upmarket B&B has...more

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Casa Montani, Rome

A five-room bed-and-breakfast with the soul of a much bigger design hotel, Casa Montani has become a solid word-of-mouth success since its November 2007...more

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Daphne Inn, Rome

The Daphne is part of a new generation of stylish B&Bs in Rome. Like Casa Howard, it is spread over two locations, both near Piazza Barberini. The rooms are...more

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Donna Camilla Savelli Hotel, Rome

This restored seventeenth-century convent in Trastevere was designed by one of the great Baroque architects, Francesco Borromini, and has all the play of convex...more

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Fontanella Borghese, Rome

Fontanella Borghese is a striking exception to Rome's slew of disappointing mid-price options. A welcoming 29-room gem in a palazzo that once belonged to the...more

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Fortyseven, Rome

Near the Forum and Circus Maximus, this "modern hotel dedicates each of its five levels to a different Italian artist of the twentieth century, such as Umberto...more

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Gladiatori Palazzo Manfredi, Rome

This pretty pink palazzo, with its foundations in the Ludus Magnus (ancient Rome's gladiator training school), is about as close as you can sleep to the...more

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Grand Hotel Via Veneto, Rome

This April 2009 addition to the glam offerings along Via Veneto—once home to the dolce vita but now the domain of the generous expense account—is...more

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