I needed a place near FCO (Rome Intl) away from central Rome because taxis are a huge rip off, this nice hotel is 15 minutes away at Ostia di Lido, the sea right across the street and a 10 minutes walk away from good bars and restaurants.
Room was spacious and hip, all services on point.
I only need to stay close to my airport but the hotel came with all these bonuses so I was more than pleased.
"Good location close to Ostia Antica by local bus."
Location convenient to both Fiumicino Airport and Ostia Antica. Friendly, helpful staff who explained local bus usage and had bus passes available for purchase. Room was clean and comfortable. The hotel restaurant was excellent! Nice variety of breakfast foods available at 6a.m., as well as deliciously prepared bruschetta and pizza for dinner in the restaurant. The restaurant staff were courteous and were proud of the food they were serving. We enjoyed interacting with them. All in all, a most pleasant experience and well worth the price of the stay.
You have 3 star hotels that are a disaster and others that should be 4 star.
This is neither but it is:
Opposite the sea
Nice helpful staff
I would stay there again (and I'm fussy)
The Hotel Bellavista is situated on the sea front and is surrounded by a magnificent garden. Restaurant service is …More
Friendly staff, clean rooms, however very far from all attractions, would recommend if you are looking for a place to rest and unwind, not for those who wish to visit Rome. The journey to any attraction can take up to 2 hours, buses are scarce and people do not want to be bothered by tourists.
Just for a place to sleep is great. The place is really close to the beach which is really beautiful. The person in charge of the place is so nice amd sweet anything you wanted he would give, but he only knew italian so a little language barrier, but had a daughter who spoke to us through the phone in english. So overall it was great.
The Bed & Breakast is 2 km from tourist port of Rome designed to welcome boats of all dimension. The guest have their own …More
Lying 31 kilometres southwest of Rome, Lido di Ostia this is Rome’s seafront. Most of the busy beach is privatised, so there is a surcharge for use and loungers and parasols. The jewel of the area is nearby Ostia Antica. The architectural site gives a fascinating insight into the everyday life of sailors, merchants and slaves dating to the fourth century B.C. It later became Ancient Rome’s port for 600 years.