"I stayed at this hotel for the last night at the end of the trip to Italy, because it is relatively close to the airport and cost-effective. The standard room is set. The room can't be said to be large, but it can fit three boxes, which is enough. The bed is not big, but it seems that the Italian single beds are very small. Maybe they want a double bed to be more comfortable. Newly built in 2018, the facilities are very new and clean, and it feels a bit like ibis in style. The rooms are fully equipped with TV, refrigerator, hair dryer, safe, and no kettle is the usual style of Italian hotels.
Although it is called B&B, the room rate does not include breakfast. Breakfast is 7.4 euros per person, which is not expensive. We didn't have time to eat. We can't comment on whether it is rich or not, but we have read the booking and said it was not bad. However, in Italy, it is a continental breakfast, mainly cold cuts, and there is still a gap with the English breakfast. I think most Chinese people are not used to it.
The hotel is in a good location. Behind it is a big shopping mall with discounted products such as Zara, H&M, kiko, JD sports, etc. There is also a big supermarket, like the big tesco in the UK, where things are quite cheap. It can be used as a place to buy some small souvenirs before returning home. The mall is open until 10 in the evening, and there are some restaurants in it. I wonder if I should have some pizza before I leave. Haha, I think it's fun to weigh and sell pizza like pancakes.
The following is the part of complaints. First of all, it’s a lot of twists and turns from the airport to the hotel. I saw that there is a pick-up and drop-off in the booking. It needs to be reserved in advance, 4 euros per person, so I called at noon in advance. At that time, I said that there is a car park 3 from T3. Find their car to pick you up, no need to make an appointment in advance. Then I didn’t find it when I got there. I thought about the four people taking a taxi. The two rows of taxis near the exit seemed to be only sent to the city. If you don’t send them to the nearest one, you have to go to the row a little earlier, the Italian woman in the past. After spending a long time with other car owners, just tell us how far it is. It costs 15 Euros per person, which is 60 Euros per car. Oh my god, could it be that when we are all **, uber obviously only costs 20-30 euros, don’t you think we don’t have a google map? ! Then I was very angry, so I made a train. That's right, the train can be reached by one station. I also watched in advance. The train happened to go to the entrance of the hotel and cross the sky bridge. It only costs 10 euros per person.
Some people may think that the train station is so pitted, but there are pits everywhere in Italy. When I went to the supermarket that night, I bought three pieces of perfumed soap and wanted to come back as a gift, and then I would habitually read the list after I checked out, and I saw the problem. The buddy at the checkout cost a piece of soap*3, and he swept the two pieces of soap, and then I didn’t expect to be discovered by me, so he went to the general counter and checked everything with the person in charge, and refunded Gave me the money. I have been studying in the UK before, so I can use English very smoothly with them, don’t be timid, don’t be afraid of trouble, the amount of money is not big, but I think it’s not right to be so cheating.
Speaking of the hotel, the front desk had a good attitude, and told them that they couldn't find a car at the hotel. They said that it is difficult to find a car without a map, alas. But it is still possible to order the car to be delivered the next day. Note that the room rate does not include city tax, here is 3 euros per person, and Rome city center railway station is 4 euros per person. I don’t know if I can add an extra bed, but it will probably be charged extra. It should be suitable for children, the room is not very noisy. There is parking lot."
"This hotel is perfect for connecting flights or catching up early the next day. Many people stayed, the rooms were clean and hygienic, there were large shopping malls and supermarkets, the supermarkets were cheap, 2 euros of chocolate, and found at Rome airport the next day to buy more than 12 euros. Breakfast is not included in the hotel, so it doesn't matter if you rush in early. It was a shuttle bus problem. I arrived at the airport at three o'clock in the afternoon and called the hotel for the next shift at four o'clock. We waited for 45 minutes at the entrance of the train station and did not see the hotel car. They said that I waited in the wrong place , And then sent a picture to my mailbox, but we still could not find it. In desperation, I asked for a taxi, and it cost 48 euros. Finally, it was convenient to go by train. There was a fuchsia artificial counter at the train station where we were going to go upstairs, and told him where to go, and he would Give you a ticket and tell you which platform gets on the bus. It will take 5 minutes. The hotel is just across the bridge after getting off the train. It costs 8 Euro by train and 9-year-old daughter is free. The daughter of shuttle bus charges 4 Euro, but it is not much cheaper. I have stayed at other hotels in Rome, Florence and Venice. My daughter does not need to charge city tax. This hotel costs 3 Euros. The following is the hotel's shuttle bus information and hotel website address, as well as the station name by train. It is convenient for future friends to refer to it. It is recommended to go by train, because his shuttle bus is too difficult to find. When you return to the airport, you can reserve a shuttle bus."
"Stayed here twice, once at the beginning of my trip and then again at the end. The hotel is located at a mall (very convenient) and maybe 10 to 15 minutes from the airport. The shuttle was always prompt in both directions. The room small but functional other than the shower, which was extremely narrow. I’m not a big person but u couldn’t turn around in it without hitting the water lever which would then turn off. The bed was comfy and the room was spotless. The front desk area was small and extremely cramped. The staff were very professional. I didn’t have breakfast there but it was offered for a fee. There is a train station right across the street and as I said before a mall with plenty of food options to choose from. I wouldn’t stay here to see Rome per se, but it was perfect and priced right for an airport hotel. I would return"