Ratings based on 46 Verified Reviews
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4.1 Room cleanliness
4.2 Service & staff
4.0 Room comfort
4.0 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Getaway With Friendsby Lely142 from California
Beautiful!Posted Oct 11, 2013 on Hotels.com
This hotel is beautiful, it is not in the slap dab middle of Rome but it gives you a different and beautiful taste of Italy... You see all the vineyards and olive trees, everything is very green and beautiful... The customer service here is also great, the girls are very nice and helpful, the rooms were very clean and cozy... I would recommend staying here to anyone who wants to leave the heavy city life for a day or two And just indulge in the other type of beauty Italy has to offer... WINE :)
for Everyoneby Den from London & Malta
Lovely old Villa Hotel in suburbs of Roma.Posted Sep 19, 2013
Pros: For the price everything, much better than expected. I have stayed in Rome centre hotels for 4 times the price and they were no way near as pleasant.
Cons: Water in room, and maybe some snacks available in the day, as no shops nearby.
Location: Very quiet suburb, there is a big castle and amazing view of Rome in nearby Fascati.
Very pleasant and peaceful stop over/rest for 2 nights on my driving trip south to Sicily from UK. About 20km to Rome centre, easy drive in if you have GPS or just keep driving own hill, you will find Rome. The Villa/palace hotel is located in an up market suburb and has a lush garden and nice pool, you can park your car in the drive as long as you don't block it. I had a small single room with large double bed, toilet sink and bidet. Plenty of towels and a basic cubicle shower. Nice shuttere arch window gave it a very castle feel. The reception and lounge area is marble with antiques, staff where friendly and efficient. The buffet breakfast had plenty of fresh croissants and good freshly made cappuccino, also nice touch aqua pana water. My only gripe was no water in the room apart from a tired looking plastic bottle in the fridge that I suspect my have been all ready open and smelt a bit musty, the TV remote was intermittent..Frascatiti town is a couple of KM, so nice to eat out with spectacular view of Rome stretched out below.. A car is recommended as up in the hills, not much near the hotel or you will need to use taxis. All in all a very pleasant stay at a bargain price. Real piece of Italy away from the chaos of Rome.
for Everyoneby ST from London, UK
Beautiful spacious hotel outside RomePosted Jul 24, 2013
Pros: The enormous pool and style
It was a great stay for 7 nights where we went to Rome every other day ( 30 mins train 2€ one way to Rome termini) and enjoyed villa fiorio's pool and frascati's fantastic local restaurants and atmosphere the other days. It was a perfect balance between culture and relaxation- the children (5 and 9) loved it and so did we.
for Familiesby Jun&Juna from Germany
Posted Jul 21, 2013 on Hotels.com
My family and I are so satisfied with this hotel. We stayed for 2nights and we all felt like we rented a private home with a swimming pool. We were greeted by an awesome receptionist named Valentina, she is so sweet and helpfu. We will recommend this hotel to friends and the rest of the family and will stay at this hotel in the future.
Recommendedby LLTheriot from Nashville Tn
Beautiful landscapingPosted Jun 19, 2013 on Hotels.com
It was good. However, the air conditioning in our room did not work, and they could not get at technician to come and fix it. We were told tecs are hard to come by in Italy. There is also not an elevator, which was a little challenging, but we made it okay. It was close to a train station that we could take into Rome. We had a rental car, but were told NOT to try and drive in Rome. The grounds of this hotel were beautiful and breakfast was satisfactory. We also had trouble at check out, because they could not find their information showing that we had prepaid on line.
for Familiesby A verified traveler
Wonderful place for antique loversPosted Sep 17, 2012 on Hotels.com
a very beautiful old villa that was converted to an hotel it is cosy and if you like antiques this place is good the swimming pool is beautiful although it was raining we couldn't try it however the maintenance of the hotel isn't very good the ac in the room leaks same for the sanitary . no lifts in the villa you have to climb the steps . however the view of Rome is beautiful from the top if you are searching for modern hotel search elsewhere if not this Villa is overall good value for money.
Recommendedby A verified traveler from Australia
Posted Nov 1, 2011 on Hotels.com
Fabulous place to stay with easy access to Rome but in a quite relaxed place.
Recommendedby A verified traveler
Posted Oct 28, 2011 on Hotels.com
Overall hotel was good. Staff mostly nice. Free shuttle bus in morning to train station. Great take away shop 5 mins away. Only real let down is that the train service is very unreliable. Twice in 5 days the trains didn't run. If the trains aren't running it's a hike back up to the centre of town and catching an overcrowded bus or a taxi to anagnina which is the start of the metro lines.
Recommendedby A verified traveler from San Jose, California
Nice HotelPosted Oct 24, 2011 on Hotels.com
The hotel is located in a very nice neighborhood; however there are not many restaurants in the area. Breakfast is very good and consisted of ham, cheese, fruits, croissants, cereal, yogurt, etc. I rented a car so transportation was not an issue for me. But the airport is almost one hour away with out traffic.
by A verified traveler from poland
Posted Oct 11, 2011 on Hotels.com
It was dirty, breakfast poor, cold, broken air conditioner, Toilet for the hotel with one star