Very good hotel situated in the North of the city. Great service, good food. The area was not very busy and there are convience stores located close by. I would highly recommend it for a short visit.
Not the place for site seeing though.
This is the 4th time that my boyfriend and I have stayed here - we stayed in the Sorrento Suite, which is a modern chalet (double bed, fridge, bathroom with a shower, air conditioning). It's a lovely place outside of the hustle & bustle of Rome, but easily reached on the urban train (get the urban train from Flaminio to Due Ponti, then it's a short walk to the Village). The on-site restaurant serves excellent food & the staff are really friendly & helpful.
We first found it hard to find the hotel, but when we did we was surprised . two story apartment, with kitchen and lounge. If you have no transport it could be difficult, but if you have a car or motorbike, the parking is very secure and the gates are locked. About 3 alms from the train station and town. Really good for the budget traveller
Santa Rosa Resort it's absorbed in the green, a stonesthrow from the city, perfectly integrated with the landscape, in the …More
This really is a village. Our little hut was very small, next to no walking room but the bed was comfy. WiFi is limited to certain areas. The showers were beyond wonderful and everything was pretty clean. The bar at the top of the hill is a great place to meet people from all over the world. Nice place and very cheap!
This is a lovely quiet hotel, a little off the beaten track (about 10/15min walk from the train station 5/10mins from bus stop) so getting around is fairly easy. Travel passes for both are available from local store and are very cheap. Their is no footpath to the main gate, though the road is quite wide cars can get a little close (electronically operated gate so when you first arrive press the intercom on the right hand side, keys provided to operate during your stay) as you go through the gate take the right hand fork to the main hotel gate.
All the staff we met were friendly and helpful, especially Flavia, it's obvious she loves her job. Breakfast was, as you would expect, continental, inc. cereals, fresh fruit, breads, meat, cheese and cakes.
would rate hotel a little higher but the toilet ran most of the time, the resteraunt was closed the entire time which was one of main reasons we selected the hotel, & the two twin beds pushed together with very flat mattress that kept separating all night sucked. Staff did not speak English but they tried their very best which was nice but very frustrating. Please remember to bring outlet converters/adapters. The posted reviews were very helpful. The views are stunning, the rooms clean, but really you get a bed & a washroom, nothing else. There is not even a phone in the room & if you are use to washcloths, bring your own because they do not have any. There is a small 13in TV but there is only Italian channels. They will tell you that there is English ones but MTV only has English sometimes. Breakfast was toast (the size of crackers) tea & coffee. No drinking water-if you dontt want club/seltzer water remember to say flat/still water. Best feature is that the bus is literally right outside hotel & runs until 11 on most nights. There is nothing, I mean nothing to do locally so be prepared to use the bus often. Even the resteraunts that were close had sketchy hours and was hardly open. Load up on drinks and snacks at the grocery stores that the bus can take you to. Its the 32. We did finally catch the Le Isle resteraunt but they spoke no English and the menu was in Italian. Needless to say we ordered French Fries. lol. Oh and one day they do not serve meat so be sure to check.
Diran & Monique from Virginia, USA
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We spend much time out so not much to say. Basic breakfast. Ok room. And helpful staff if they could speak English. Be ready to take public transport and they dont run often. But for the price we paid it was ok
Historically an important Roman road that broke off from Via Flaminia, Via Cassia today is a largely residential area, along with the nearby area around Via della Giustiniana. Part of Via Cassia borders a segment of the striking Veio National Park, with its ancient Etruscan ruins including the ancient town of Veii, beautiful woodlands, and varied wildlife.