Ratings based on 11 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
3.5 Room cleanliness
2.7 Service & staff
2.9 Room comfort
3.1 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Business Travelersby ItaliaREPbanane from Italia
pessimoPosted Nov 9, 2013 on Hotels
nessun rapporto qualità prezzo. zero servizi. le camere vanno lasciate alle 9.30 del mattino.
Recommendedby Ken from Medford, Oregon
With a bit of effort this could be a great place.Posted Oct 22, 2013 on Hotels
Little things like no light bulbs in lamps compromise the ambiance. Spa tub didn't hold water.. Just a little effort with small details could make all the difference. This hotel has water edge views. However, the big metal grills over all the windows and skylight left us a bit concerned about emergency exiting. Even the room door needed a key to get out. This place has good potential and still a good value for the cost.
for Everyoneby Cos from New York
Close to Airport and WaterPosted Aug 31, 2013
Stayed for one night. Called for the shuttle and was on time. Had a nice walk on the to the end of the walk board. Room was cleaned and AC worked fine. The view was excellent. It was an OK stay for the cost. Need cash to pay for the room.
for Couplesby enamorados from Coatzacoalcos, Ver
atencion desmedidaPosted Jul 13, 2013 on Hotels
La persona que nos atendio fue extremadamente amable, casi puedo decir de una manera personalizada, las instalaciones confortables y de buen gusto.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Nice staffPosted Jul 7, 2013
Close to the airport that is convenient Very kind staff
by A verified traveler
DO NOT STAY AT THIS HOTELPosted May 20, 2011 on Hotels
We stayed here as a quick overnight option because our flight did not connect until the following day. I wrote several emails inquiring about their airport shuttle. None of which were returned. So we ended up spending 80 euro total on transportation to and from the hotel. The bed was uncomfortable, they were quite unfriendly, and the neighborhood appears quite dangerous. Do yourself a favor if you need a hotel close to the airport and spend a little extra. It will be worth your while.
Recommendedby A verified traveler
Hôtel Torre ClementinaPosted Apr 14, 2011 on Hotels
Compared to the price very clean and pleasant room. To recommend to others clients. To improve : sometimes no answer from the reception when I tried to entered the buliding.
for Otherby A verified traveler from San Antonio TX.
Roberto O. LaraPosted Oct 7, 2010
for the price is excelent option if you need to espend the nigth close to the Auirport (by the way the most terrible airport in europe)
for Couplesby A verified traveler from Saratoga, CA
Hated it!Posted Jun 30, 2010
I didn't realize Italians could be as surly and unhelpful as the people who operated this B&B were. Shuttle service to/from airport not provided as promised. Air conditioning did not work. TV did not work. Woman couldn't get espresso machine to steam milk our first morning. Breakfast consisted of a carton of juice and some rolls wrapped in cellophane. The only time they seemed to speak English was when they explained that I needed to get cash from the ATM down the street because they did not take credit cards. One positive - despite its not being convenient to Rome, I liked the location near the water at Fuimicino.
by A verified traveler from Seattle, WA
Poor experiencePosted Apr 8, 2010
The hotel is attractive, an upgraded old tower. The rooms vary from extremely large and beautiful to very small and hot. The advertised shuttle never appeared, each time with minimal excuse (the driver was tired . . . ) and each time I waited 30 minutes at the airport before finally being told to take a taxi. I stayed there at the beginning and end of my trip in March, 2010, and all all four occasions there was no shuttle visible. The service at the hotel was minimal to none. I carried my own bags up (and down) two flights of stairs, with young people rushing to help me only as I crested the final stair. Since one rings at the bottom to be let in, it was clear that I was coming up. No directions were given about the room, (e.g., in the grand room one must let the hot water run for 10 minutes before it gets hot). On leaving, I carried my bags down all the flights of stairs to the bottom in the dark, found in the dark the light switch in order to open the locked door, and let myself out in the dark to find the taxi. The hotel seems to be a social center for the neighborhood, as throughout the evening people were ringing the bell and running upstairs to watch TV together. On my last night there was a soccer match, with probably 20-30 young men in the tv room shouting throughout the match, in the room and in the halls. I think it might be a fun hotel to own, but it certainly wasn't fun to stay there. I don't recommend it, and wouldn't stay there again.