Where to Book Transfer from Rome Airport to Your Hotel

by Oliver Stallwood  |  Published March 26, 2024

Get the holiday off to the right start and avoid the stress of arriving in Rome by pre-booking a transfer from the airport to your hotel. Here’s how to do it.


There is no better way to kill the buzz of travelling than running through Arrivals looking for the sign to a bus stop, or standing in a taxi queue half a mile long. Airport transfers, even private airport transfer, can work out a lot cheaper than you might think and when taking into account the reduced hassle, can be worth every penny. Here’s how to skip those long lines and book a transfer at Rome airport straight to your hotel. 

Transfer to/from Ciampino or Fiumicino Airport

This transfer gets you to your hotel in style and comfort with a luxury car waiting at Fiumicino Airport and Ciampino Airport (it will take you the other way too, of course). It’s completely fuss-free, the friendly and professional driver waiting with a name sign at arrivals and then helping with bags if needed. The comprehensive private airport transfer has everything covered, including flight tracking to ensure your driver is there when you are, no matter what time your flight arrives. The cars are all really well looked after and clean throughout too. From €89.

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Private 1-Way Small-Group Transfer

This top-rated transfer is available as an eight-seater minivan for large groups and families. It’s all extremely professionally done, with a courteous driver who will be there whether your flight is expected late, or even a little bit early. The vehicles are luxury and well-maintained and the English-speaking driver will wait for a sign in Arrivals, naturally. For large family vacations a professional service running like clockwork is essential – you only need to watch Home Alone to know why. From €147.

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Fiumicino Airport Private Luxury Transfers to Rome

This company bills itself as a luxury airport transfer, with a fleet of cars including S-Class Mercedes, as well as drivers suited and booted as if they are off for a night at the opera. There is a handy 1.5hr waiting time for no extra charge at the airport which covers most delays – all you need to do is sit back and enjoy the ride into Rome. All the vehicles have air conditioning too. From €50 (per person).

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