Ratings based on 5 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.6 Room cleanliness
4.4 Service & staff
3.6 Room comfort
4.2 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Business Travelersby Kk from San Diego
Far from railway stationPosted Dec 2, 2013 on Hotels.com
The people renting this place were really nice. Everything was nice and clean but the location was too far away. The bed was new and clean but so small and the mattress was so soft that it killed my back. The house is not along the Main Street but on the alley - I was lucky to find it.
for Everyoneby Tom from Sheffield, South Yorkshire, UK
Excellent Ciampino B&B with wifiPosted Mar 26, 2013
Pros: Location, comfort, friendliness of staff
Location: Perfect and quiet
Situated in a quiet and peacful cul de sac, this is an extremely friendly, great communications, wonderful and very peaceful place with an interesting classic Italian movie theme. This was the perfect start to my 9 days in Italy and i highly recommend the place. i will return for sure next time i need to stay in Ciampino. Short walk to train and bus station.
Recommendedby A verified traveler
Posted Oct 23, 2012 on Hotels.com
We picked this hotel/ room because it was advertised that they have free shuttle service to Ciampino airport but found out this was only available after 10.30 am , way past our departure time so it cost us another 20 euros extra for the taxi. Pablo was however very accommodating as to our flight confirmation and went out of his way to help.
for Personal Eventby Adam
some good, some bad. can't win them allPosted Jul 4, 2012 on Hotels.com
Amarcord is located in Ciampino,a little far from Rome. You have to take the train to Rome at inconvenient hours. Getting to Rome was okay, but getting back to Amarcord was a hassle. The last train leaves Rome at 9:23pm (Acqua Acetosa stop) M-S and 8 on Sundays, which means you couldn't really spend the evening in Rome if you wanted to. If you miss the train, you have to take one to Ciampino stop and walk to Amarcord, which was about a 45 min. walk uphill, so don't miss the 923. The place was clean and every room has cable tv. Internet is promised, but the wireless did not work. Showers were hot, but make sure you get up first and neat everyone to the shower because you can only run one shower at a time. If two people shower, the second one will not turn on until the first one is done running. The biggest disappointment was breakfast (since they advertise as a bed and breakfast). Breakfast consists of a bar of cookies, crackers, individually wrapped mass-produced snack cakes, similar to Little Debby's and sugary kids' cereals like cocoa puffs. However, they don't even provide bowls for cereal and milk was only available about 50% of the time. I ended up buying my own healthier cereal and milk and ate it out of a water glass. You do have access to a small kitchen with a mini fridge, but make sure to label your food or your neighbors will eat it.
Recommendedby A verified traveler from Adelaide Sth. Australia
Posted Oct 27, 2011 on Hotels.com
Found the owner to be very helpful. Property as described in ad. Clean and in good condition. Location was an issue with regard to train station. Italian obsession with security is a bit of a worry mainly my concern with being trapped in the event of a fire. This comment is in no way specific to this property but appears to be an unfortunate fact of life there.