Ratings based on 6 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.3 Room cleanliness
4.2 Service & staff
4.3 Room comfort
4.2 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
Posted Nov 10, 2012 on Hotels.com
Nice stay,in summertime this place must be excellent.
False AdvertisementPosted Jul 5, 2012 on Hotels.com
On Hotels.com this hotel advetrises that it is 2.6 km from the Rome airport. Well, it is NOT !!!!! 30-40 miles away. When I arrived at the Rome airport to return a rent car, I went to get a taxi to this hotel. A number of drivers me that this hotel was 30-40 miles away. One cab driver was nice enough to call the hotel to verify the address and distance from the hotel's front deskHopefully, Hopefully,this hotel will NOT charge me Correct your website Hotels.com
Recommendedby A verified traveler from Portland, OR
Hotel Corallo - Nice people but bad locationPosted Nov 27, 2011 on Hotels.com
I stayed at Hotel Corallo for six nights at the end of November. Here's what I thought of it: The good: 1. The people there were very, very nice. Only one guy there spoke good English, but the rest of the staff were very nice and were always there to serve me. 2. The price I paid made it a great value. I was originally only scheduled to stay there three nights, but after comparing other hotels in the area I decided to extend my stay at Hotel Corallo. For the price, the room was very comfortable and included wireless internet. 3. They serve breakfast and dinner at the hotel restaurant. I tried a different dish each night for dinner and they were all done very well. And again, the prices were unbeatable. The bad: 1. The location of the hotel relative to Rome and to the airport made it quite inconvenient if you don't have a car. My original reason for staying there was because it was close to the Rome airport and close enough to Rome that I thought I would be able to get to the city easily. When my flight arrived I called the hotel to see if they had a shuttle. They don't, so the guy told me I could take a taxi or take the Cotral bus line. I showed a taxi driver the location of the hotel on my iPhone and he said it would be a 25 Euro ride, so I decided to take the bus. Thankfully the bus driver I got spoke English and told me she could drop me off in the town of Fregene near the hotel. She did, but I still had to walk about half a mile with all my luggage over very rough pavement to get to the hotel. For getting into the city, the Cotral bus line goes from the airport into the edge of Rome where you can connect to other public transportation. But this is the worst bus system I have ever seen. They only came on an average of about every 90 minutes, and even after I had found the schedule, they were only on time 50% of the time. But it was only six euros for an all-day all-zone bus/train transportation ticket. So, I took the Cotral bus from Fregene into Rome and back two days in a row. By the end of the second day I was so frustrated with it that I decided renting a car was the only way to go. The next day, after waiting for the bus for three hours (no joke), I made it back to the airport and picked up a rental car. 2. The town of Fregene is like a ghost town in the winter time. The guy at the hotel said its quite a party area during the summer, but in November it was hard to imagine. The town was very trashy and the pavement was terrible. Nobody walks anywhere in Fregene; they all drive. There are a few sidewalks, but usually cars are parked on them and you'll have to walk in the street. I didn't see any restaurants that looked appealing, which is why I was so glad the hotel served a good dinner every night. 3. The noise. Pretty much the only bad thing about the hotel room is that you'll hear every noise through the walls and the door. The hard floors and walls make every slamming door echo loudly. And on Friday night, it sounded like there was a party going on outside my window until 2:00 AM. There were people yelling and laughing from somewhere - could have been the room next door, or the room above me, or the pub across the street, but I could hear it all very loudly. Overall, I would only recommend Hotel Corallo if you have a car. If not, it's just too much hassle.
Recommendedby A verified traveler from Vail, CO
Beautiful ViewPosted Oct 22, 2011
Spectacular view, friendly and helpful staff, wonderful dinner, very close to the beach, very nice grocery store near by. It's about a 15 min drive from the airport and about 35 euro but on the bright side you're right on the beach!!!!
Recommendedby A verified traveler from irvine, CA
Corallo HotelPosted Oct 18, 2011 on Hotels.com
I booked the hotel for convenience to the Rome Airport but the cab ride was more than I expected for 4 miles, not your fault, just what is.
Recommendedby A verified traveler from Toronto,canada
Corallo Hotel near RomePosted Oct 14, 2011 on Hotels.com
wonderful people, very friendly familly run hotel.rates were very reasonable