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Vending Machine (drinks), Vending Machine (snacks), Meeting/Banquet Facilities
Chapel/Shrine, Non-smoking Rooms, Facilities for Disabled Guests, Family Rooms, Elevator, Heating
Italian, French, Spanish, English
3:00 PM - 11:00 PM
8:00 AM - 10:30 AM
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Children and Extra Beds
All children are welcome.
One child under 6 years stays free of charge when using existing beds.
One child under 2 years stays free of charge in a crib.
The maximum number of cribs in a room is 1.
Pets are not allowed.
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The Quality Hotel Rouge et Noir provides free parking, free Wi-Fi in all areas, and a terrace overlooking the outdoor swimming pool and Rome's countryside.
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Just a 15 minute drive from the Vatican, Camping Village Roma is the closest camp site to Rome's historic center. It offers independent accommodation, an outdoor swimming pool, and an info point.
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A 3-minute walk from the Basilica of Santa Maria Maggiore, La Via Per il Colosseo offers simply furnished rooms with a flat-screen TV. Free WiFi is provided in the entire building.
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Featuring a summer swimming pool, Hotel Capannelle is near Rome's Appia Antica Park. It has air-conditioned rooms with free Wi-Fi.
Score from 3086 reviews Good
The convent was VERY clean. We had a triple room with twin size beds and were quite comfortable. The room had satellite tv and free wifi; which was fast and always available. The room had two armoires with MASSIVE amounts of storage space for hanging or folded clothes. It also has a large desk for planning our routes. When we found that our German plugs didn't fit the Italian plugs our problem was quickly resolved with loaner adapters. They gave us all the information that we needed to find inexpensive transit to and from Rome via bus and/or metro. They also gave us free maps. They suggested a local restaurant that had AMAZING pizza! It looks a bit shady on the outside, but don't be fooled. Inside you will find good food and incredibly friendly and accommodating people. Everyone in the convent and the restaurant speak very good English and try hard to accommodate any needs. I would definitely stay there again and would recommend to anyone planning to tour Rome on a budget. The rooms are extremely spacious and include a private bathroom.
I liked how spacious the rooms were and the facilities are very clean. The breakfast was continental with croissants and tea/juice. We had no issues with language cuz the lady at the front desk spoke at least 4! I felt like Sister Act 2! Lol! They were up at the crack of dawn working together as a community. It was refreshing. We had no problems getting around by public transit. They had bus tickets at the front desk...the major attractions are about 20 mins away. And the airport is really close by driving. Also the place is pretty easy to fund and very safe. The gate remains closed and is opened to expected guests only. We really enjoyed our 2 night stay.
We would have liked to see more variety and some hot options for breakfast. Oh and the only way to get to the breakfast area was by elevator...which took extremely long and somehow responded to banging on the door?! So strange. But no alarm bells went off.
the nuns were sweet
location and no english,, difficult to get to rome,, not for english travelers
loved the peaceful home that the Sisters have provided and tend to. Felt very safe.
it's too bad the bus won't stop at the top of the steep hill, rather than the bottom of the steep hill.. would be easier on us older ones.
The grounds. Helpful staff
Too near main road, traffic audible constantly. Too far from city centre, 45 minute bus and metro to get there.
Fun to stay away from the busy city and relax.
The location was a bit far out. However; the city bus could take you to the metro station.
The nuns were friendly and very helpful. They made us feel welcome. The room and bath were spotless and comfortable. The grounds had a beautiful scenic view of the valley below. It was a gated facility with free parking.
The location! Finding the hotel took more than a few hours for us. Also finding the bus stop was confusing, both at the starting point, and on the return trip. The bus driver would not stop at our stop when requested.
It is operated by nuns, so everything was nice and clean. The entire property is beautiful and well maintained by nuns. The nun who spoke some English (didn't ask the name) was friendly and helpful. It was quite an unique experience for someone without any religion.
The place was hard to find for us, Americans, so we didn't drive at night. Restaurant we went was just ok, nothing special even though we had a shuttle service. We took the bus from hotel to Rome. The bus stop was very hard to find when coming back. It is not their fault, but Italian bus system.
Lack of wifi in rooms
The nuns were very helpful, nice and friendly.
It was to far from the Vatican, Colliseum and other turists attractions. It took an hour each way and if you don't know the area very difficult:(
Clean, comfortable and felt safe...
Clean and tidy room, good food, friendly service and nice surroundings.
Inaccurate address causes trouble finding the location of the hotel
No food, no drinking, very remote
The staff were beyond helpful, the quiet and sleep were excellent and the wifi was surprisingly good
A little out of the way and hard to find at first but it didn't cause us any real distress thanks to the nuns help
Aquaparc nearby, an "unsafe" walk away though Friendly staff
The time it takes to go to go to the centre of Rome by public transportation, and taxi drivers taking a long road
Perfect hotel, clean, comfortable, excellent.
It was a quite neighborhood along the ring road. The room was spacious and clean, and the staff were friendly. the price was fare, a good stay ...
The accommodation was run by nuns. it came as a surprise to me. Location is a bit off, so only go there if you are driving a car, otherwise you will have to pay alot for taxi as no bus or metro goes near it. it was a bit secluded, not many people inside, this combined with the odd view of nuns at the reception made it a bit scary though ! breakfast was not very colorful and the choices were both limited and poor ...
Very good comfort/price ratio
Weak knowledge of English
I had no idea what to expect but Sisters at reception was a little strange but th they couldn't have been more helpful. Quiet, peaceful place, very clean and slept very well. When asking for recommendations of where to eat they promptly phoned Sabine who came in her little Italian rust bucket and drove us to her restaurant and back again only charging for food! Brilliant. Easy bus ride to connect with metro into town and a bargain €1.50 for a 100 minute journey.
Original directions not via Termini very difficult, especially with a 100m walk alongside main road with no footpath!
Very nice place and people.
The 906 bus sometimes doesn't come for one hour and this is the only way to get to the city without a car.
clean,politeness of the staff
distance to the center of Rome
Rooms were quiet and comfortable. Breakfast was ok. Plenty of parking. We took a day off sightseeing and went to the waterpark "Hydromania" only 400metres away. That was just what we needed and well worth it if you have kids.
It really is a long way out, a bus and 2 trains, which takes at least an hour if all works and you don't get lost, and it isn't a weekend. But the place felt like you were in a hospital, or an institution. Felt like we had to whisper and tip toe around. Had to buzz to get in and out of grounds, and then be back before curfew. Breakfast you never saw anyone, just a window open and they would whisk away the used tray and then slam the window again before you saw anyone, apart from the receptionist no-one would make eye contact. It was an interesting experience staying there, but too weird a feeling for us to do again. Kept imagining visions of "American Horror Story"
Clean. Sisters recommended a nice local taverna
hotel was difficult to find, as it is behind fence and no hotel signs are around. It is run by monks, children were shocked that religion signs are on every wall. Also _no pedestrian path_ to aqua park, despite it is 300m away. I have never met such poor breakfast before, coffee was definitely not from coffee beans.
Very secure and staff are very helpful.
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