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Camping Village Roma
Ranked #35 of 1,118 Speciality Lodging in Rome
Bengaluru, India
Level 3 Contributor
11 reviews
4 hotel reviews
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“Nice place to spend night on budget.”
Reviewed 8 July 2014

Me and my friends spent 3 nights last week at the camping village. Its a nice place if you are a youngster as this place has lots young travelers who are out to have fun. So there might be some noise at night. Like many reviews have mentioned this place has a swimming pool, pool side cafe, restaurant, super market and laundry. Its a bit far from city center(termini station) will require some time and money to get out to city centre. But they have a shuttle to Vatican which is reasonably priced. Otherwise you can use public transport by taking 246/246P bus to Cornelia and then take Metro LineA to reach Termini station. They also have a Biglietto(pronunced billietto) ticket (Rome public transport system ticket) vending machine near the reception which came in very handy for us. We stayed in 'Bungalow' which was quite ok for spending the night.

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Dunstable, United Kingdom
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Reviewed 7 July 2014

I stayed here with my boyfriend last week for 3 nights and was not impressed, we arrived at 2.30pm and waited at reception for over 45 minutes, when we were finally seen we was told our room was ready and would have to wait till 3.30pm to check in even though check in was from 1pm! Had to sit outside reception for 30 mintues, we then walked to our room and when arrived the cleaner was still in the room cleaning and so had to wait another 20 mins! not impressed at all with the staff or service!

  • Stayed June 2014, travelled as a couple
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St Helens, United Kingdom
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Reviewed 1 July 2014

Me and my fiancé stayed here in a bungalow between 19th-25th June. This was one of the cheapest accommodations in Rome that we found (although bear in mind that it still isn't cheap), and as we were holidaying to Prague and Amsterdam in the same holiday, we were trying to keep to a budget, so this seemed perfect. The bungalow itself was extremely basic. What was supposed to be a 'double bungalow' turned out to have two single beds, which we had to push together and which the wooden slats fell out of regularly. So if you like being woken up in the early hours of the morning by the loud clattering of your beds falling to pieces, then this is definitely the place for you. Besides the poor beds, the walls are paper thin, so you can hear everything that's going on in the bungalow next door and your room actually shakes if your neighbours walk around or shut their door. The shower was also extremely poor - it drizzled at the best of times, but on the last two days we had trouble even getting the water to go hot. The trick seemed to be to run the hot tap at the same time, but this obviously meant that the shower was even less powerful. The restaurant on site, Ciao Bella, was reasonably priced and the food was okay (although I think that they possibly rely on a microwave a little too much), and you can buy a bottle of house wine for 7,50 Euros. The drinks in the bar are quite expensive, though not much more so than anywhere else in Rome. We did have a few really enjoyable nights in the bar, though, with good service and good music. The supermarket on site is quite expensive, but there's a proper one called Panorama just across the road where you can get everything a lot cheaper. One of the days that we spent around the pool, I decided to get a burger and chips from the pool bar - which I would NOT recommend. My burger was served raw (see photos) and when I showed it to the man who served us, he wasn't concerned and just said "Oh yeah, do you want another one?" Overall, if you have a tight budget like we did, then the primitiveness of the rooms is something that can be overlooked as long as you're not staying for longer than a week. However, if you can afford better, I'd definitely recommend investing your money elsewhere if you want to have a good night's sleep and not be woken at 6am either by next door's noise through the paper-thin walls, or by the sound of your beds falling apart.

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Minneapolis, Minnesota
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Reviewed 1 July 2014

I booked this place with the idea that I would use it as a base while traveling through Italy and while my wife and I, both of whom are musicians, were playing. The price was very reasonable but I was very apprehensive after reading some of the reviews. I need not have worried.

For those not familiar with Rome, Air Conditioning and a private bathroom are very rare for most accommodations. Although our Bungalow was small, it was well air conditioned and the bathroom was was large and comfortable. The staff was friendly and accommodating when we needed a late check out on our last day. Contrary to some of the reviews here, there is no underage drinking (drinking age is 18 or 19 everywhere except the U.S.) and even though this was during the World Cup - everyone was fairly respectful and there wasn't any real noise problem. The Village is close to a bus stop, and the bus runs about every 20 minutes on weekdays. The village also provides a shuttle that goes about 3 blocks from the Vatican. Public transit is very easy to navigate in Rome.

The high maintenance traveler who generally doesn't like younger people, seeing people having fun or expects even the other tourists to speak English (even when in a non-English speaking country - there were some of those!) might not enjoy Camping Village Roma, but then they might not really like most places in Europe.

For everyone else, this place is a real find!

  • Stayed June 2014, travelled as a couple
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Devon
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Reviewed 30 June 2014 via mobile

Had a really great stay at Camping Roma. Really easy to get into Rome but great place to stay and chill out at. Good supermarket, great pool, great showers and really nice restaurant. Wifi was a bits dodge but it's free so oh well! If staying in a tent maybe bring an eye mask because the light in the morning wakes you up! :)

Stayed June 2014, travelled with friends
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Additional Information about Camping Village Roma

Property: Camping Village Roma
Address: Via Aurelia, 831, 00165 Rome, Italy
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Region: Italy > Lazio > Rome
Amenities:
Bar / Lounge Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi ) Restaurant Swimming Pool Airport Transportation
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Ranked #35 of 1,118 Speciality Lodging in Rome
Price range (per night): ₹ 1,478 - ₹ 4,755
Hotel Class:2 star — Camping Village Roma 2*
Number of rooms: 600
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