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Newest reviews for Albergo Paradiso

  • Kevin
      United Kingdom
    August 9, 2014

    The staff were very friendly and helpful.The rooms had balconies with great views. The hotel was very clean and there was free parking. Breakfast was good. It was very close to the town centre.

    The access to the hotel was a bit difficult but was ok with a small car


  • Ann
      United Kingdom
    November 2, 2013

    Great staff, nice location

    Decor and facilities stuck in the 80s


  • Michael
    October 13, 2013

    We chose this spot just a week before leaving on our holidays from Canada. Picked as a spot close to Rome, after leaving Sorrento that morning. We thought there was an in house restaurant, but there is not, at least not in September. We were directed to a take-away pizza spot a few minutes walk away. Montecompatri was hosting some sort of youth festival of many kinds of sports, and the hotel was full of these contestants. We did manage a drive to see Castel Gandolfo.

    The website claims views of the Lazio countryside, but not from most rooms as they either face an apartment building behind, or a line of tall trees blocking the view. From our balcony, we saw only the large bushy tree. Plus, we arrived by car, and to drive into the hotel parking lot means a rather tricky narrow ramp, and all the cars of the residents of the aforemention apartment block.


  • Anonymous
    October 4, 2013

    Location, very nice landscape and view from the hotel. Has long working hours, so we didn't have any problem registering as we arrived late. Stuff is ok, on the last day woman even made me some eggs.

    Breakfast was very sugary. too many sweets: pies, cakes, jams


  • Melike
    July 8, 2013

    Albergo Paradiso is located in the small village of Montecompatri on a hilltop on the south of Rome. The village itself is a great place, with its own fabric of the real Italian life. Even if you are there for Rome, you may still want to take a few hours to visit the narrow streets of Montecompatri through old Italian houses. There is a good restaurant on the village square that offers Italian delicacies. The villagers seem to be Lazio supporters (when we arrived there, there was a big celebration for its cup win on the square, including a coffin for A.S. Roma), so you may not want to wear Roma t-shirts. As for the hotel, it was nice and clean, the staff was very professional and ever-smiling and offering help. The breakfast was very good, especially the Italian cakes. Montecompatri is somewhat away from the Rome city center, and public transportation is problematic, but if you are with a car, then it is OK. Overall, it was a great place to stay, and we really enjoyed it.


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