Tourist accommodation tax

Anyone staying in a hotel, bed&breakfast, holiday home, guest house or camp site in Rome, with the sole exception of hostels,  is subject to pay an overnight accommodation tax for every day spent in the Eternal City.

You can pay cash or by card, at the end of your stay, directly on site. You will be given a personal receipt.

The overnight accommodation tax is applicable up to a maximum of 10 consecutive nights within one solar year, provided that you spend the nights at the same accommodation facility.

The payment is due for a maximum of 5 nights for the guests of camping grounds, open air facilities and areas equipped for temporary stops.

Exceptions: residents of Rome, children up to age 10, all who accompany patients for health reasons, members of the State police force and the other armed forces, and one coach driver and one tour leader/tourist guide for every 23 group members.

Author: italianlifetour

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