Lodging Tax in Rome
For several years now, the City of Rome has assessed a stay tax on tourist services. The contribution, intended as economic support for the city's efforts in organizing urban services and infrastructure.
Called a "city tax" or "tourist tax," the fees are payable by travelers staying in accommodations in Rome, with the exception of youth hostels. Please note that the contribution is also assessed to those who have booked and paid through a travel agent or tour operator, billed at the end of the stay.
Exempted from payment of the stay tax are:
a) children under ten years of age;
b) people staying at youth hostels.
a) sick persons traveling for medical attention and those who assist patients admitted to health facilities;
b) the parents accompanying patients under the age of eighteen. The exemption is accepted upon presentation of a certificate from the health facility, attesting to medical attention of the patient and the reference period for health care or hospitalization.
- The bus drivers and tour guides who provide assistance to groups organized by travel agencies. The exemption is applied to every bus driver and tour guide with at least 25 participants.
- Camping - 1 EUR per person per night up to 5 days
- Farmhouses - 2 EUR per person per night up to 10 days
- B&Bs - 2 EUR per person per night up to 10 days
- Room Rental/pensione - 2 EUR per person per night up to 10 days
- Holiday homes/apartments - 2 EUR per person per night up to 10 days
- Residences - 2 EUR per person per night up to 10 days
- 1, 2, 3 stars Hotels - 2 EUR per person per night up to 10 days
- 4, 5 stars Hotels - 3 EUR per person per night up to 10 days
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