Furnished Apartment Rentals in Rome

Find flexible-term Furnished Apartment rentals in Rome. Fully furnished, utilities, WiFi and amenities included.

Top rated Furnished Apartments in Rome

Furnished apartment $1,400 - $1,750

Via Cavour, 146, 00184 Roma RM, Italy

Rome @ Home Monti

Studio Apartment

Minimum stay is 30 nights

Furnished apartment $1,575

Circonvallazione Trionfale, 25, 00136 Roma RM, Italy

Vatican Museums Cozy Flat

Open Plan Apartment

Minimum stay is 30 nights

Furnished apartment $1,400

Via Carlo Alberto, 24, 00185 Roma RM, Italy

Rome@Home 24 Studios

Studio 1

Minimum stay is 30 nights

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About Rome

Europe, with a history that dates back some 28 centuries. It also has the unique distinction of being the only city in the world with a separate country inside its borders. As the center of the Roman Catholic faith, Vatican City’s importance is much larger than its population, and is where you’ll find major tourist attractions like St. Peter’s Basilica.

Nearly 10% of Rome’s residents were born outside of Italy. This makes it one of the friendliest cities in Europe for non-natives. Learning Italian will be beneficial if you hope to find employment in Rome, as the English-speaking job market is highly competitive. That said, digital nomads who bring their work with them won’t find much of a language barrier in their day-to-day life.

Living in Rome, you’ll enjoy some of the best food and drink in the world. Whether you want a high-end meal or a quick pizza, you’ll find plenty of delicious restaurants to suit your tastes. Coffee drinkers will be pleased to find a café (or two) on every block. The city is also known for its lively bar culture. You’ll find everything from dance clubs to dive bars. Whatever your speed, you’ll find it an easy place to socialize even as a solo traveler.

What is Furnished Apartment

Furnished apartments are a convenient option for both short and long term rentals, although leases usually tend to be on the shorter side. Flexible lease terms often include rental on a weekly or monthly basis as opposed to a year long contract. Utilities are usually included in your monthly rental price as well.

Your furnished apartment will be move-in ready, and like a hotel, will come with everything you need for a comfortable stay. Typically included in a furnished apartment are living room furniture, dining furniture, bedroom furniture and basic appliances such as a TV and microwave. Most furnished apartments will also have the necessities needed for daily living such as bed linens, towels, cooking utensils and tableware. Some furnished apartments even come with hotel-like services and amenities such as housekeeping.

Although the rental cost for a furnished apartment can be slightly higher than an unfurnished unit, tenants who don't wish to buy their own necessary furnishings for a temporary situation can actually save money with this arrangement. This makes furnished apartments a great option for long-term business travelers, families who are in the process of relocation, students who won't be living in their apartment year-round, and anyone else who needs a flexible short-term living arrangement.

Furnished Apartments in Rome

Rome—the historic city and the capital of Italy—is in the central part of the Italian peninsula, on the Tiber River. The extensive public transportation in Rome makes it easy to get around, even as a non-Italian speaker. Every neighborhood in the city is connected by metro, tram, or bus, so you can choose your neighborhood based on where you’re comfortable without worrying about access to workspaces or entertainment.

Speaking of workspaces, coworking options in Rome are both plentiful and well-distributed through the city. While the majority are around the main city center, you’ll find work-friendly coffee shops in all the city’s neighborhoods.

However, signing long-term leases, finding furniture, and sourcing utility companies can make moving extremely stressful. Fortunately, furnished apartments can help you access premium apartments without the traditional hassles of finding a new home. They come fully furnished and inclusive of most bills.

The use of furnished apartments is growing increasingly popular with people around the world. It provides an excellent opportunity for new residents and short-term visitors to reside in traditional apartments without purchasing furniture or signing lease agreements.

In recent years, Rome has experienced a surge of furnished apartments geared towards professionals and visitors to the area. Serviced apartments can also be an excellent option for extended holidays. While some buildings have minimum-stay requirements, most furnished apartments offer incredibly flexible terms.

Furnished Apartment Options in Rome

For individuals seeking serviced apartments in Rome, Anyplace hosts the best properties in the city. All our furnished apartments in Rome offer convenient access to premium properties at an affordable price. If you'd like to begin the process of moving into your next serviced apartment, check out our extensive selection today. We partner with serviced apartment providers in the most popular neighborhoods throughout Rome.

Things to do

Church of St. Louis of the French

4.7 (3478)

Piazza di S. Luigi de' Francesi, Roma

Basilica Papale di Santa Maria Maggiore

4.7 (16337)

Piazza di S. Maria Maggiore, Roma

St. Clement Basilica

4.7 (2989)

Via Labicana, 95, Roma

Campo de' Fiori

4.4 (33686)

Piazza Campo de' Fiori, Roma

Capitoline Museums

4.6 (8491)

Piazza del Campidoglio, 1, Roma

Baths of Caracalla

4.6 (12881)

Viale delle Terme di Caracalla, Roma