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I Pini Family Park

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Reviewed 24 March 2008

my friend and i booked i pini through eurocamp i really enjoyed it getting there was a bit of trouble and would have been very easy if the flight hadnt been late and the trains were running (just a very unlucky day) we ended up having to get a taxi to the campsite which cost 95 euros and the staff...

1Thank leafette
Reviewed 9 October 2007

We stayed as a couple at I Pini campsite with Eorocamp Early September 2007. We decided that it would be prefarable not to hire a car and rely on public transport. We used I pinis own taxi service from Rome Airport which was 70 Euros each way it can be done via the train and taxi from the campsite which...

5Thank Louise9
Reviewed 22 July 2007

We spent 1 week here in mid- july, 2 adults and 2 teenagers. Canvas festival Midi mobiles are not suitable for humans, way too small, no privacy or means of moving in bedroom, especially inappropriate with growing kids. But the beauty is, they are air conditioned, a life saver in the terrrible heat. Our overall impression was good. Lovely tree...

5Thank Maryteresa3
Reviewed 17 July 2007

For my big 4-0, I wanted to go to the eternal city, but needed a budget trip! I Pini sorted that! £300 for the week for the 2 of us and I thought that was such good value for money. It's great because you can choose your departure dates to get a good and cheap flight and stay as long...

5Thank simonkett
philadelphia area
Reviewed 31 May 2007

We stayed here through Eurocamp in May 2005. I didn't check out the other sites that much since we spent most of the day touring Rome but we LOVED where Eurocamp was. Up on a hill, the sites weren't close but still very convenient to the restaurant, market and play ground. Its a hike to Rome even when the bus...

2Thank elawson
Dublin Ireland
Reviewed 4 November 2006

Thought Pini was great, it has an internet Cafe, grocery shop, Beach and pool accesories shop in the high season. It even has five a side football twice a week. It was very warm this time of year. Pini has a great Kids pool which is lined with a soft bottom so if your child does fall in the water...

6Thank niamhdublin
Reviewed 3 October 2006

Have just got back from a two week holiday in Italy. The first week we stayed at the I Pini Campsite, nr Rome before moving on to Tuscany. We stayed in one of Eurocamps mobile homes, which we found perfectly adequate for all our needs, although the shower wasn’t the best - was quite hard to get the right temperature...

1Thank tjbgb
Reviewed 21 June 2006

We travelled to I Pini with Eurocamp in May 2006. The campsite was well signposted from the motorway, about a 10 minute jurney. The swimming pool area was well maintained with a small bar serving drinks and snacks. The take-away was good value and fairly quick. The restaurant was reasonably priced - particularly the "all-you-can-eat" buffet each Sat. The main...

9Thank tommyp
Reviewed 23 April 2006

Our group consisted of 4 adults and 2 children - we stayed 4 nights in early April and only paid 250 pounds, reserved on the Eurocamp website. We specifically stayed in a Venezia camper. There isn't a lot of room inside, but it does sleep 6, possibly 7 if most of them were children........................ Accomodation: There are 3 "sections": the...

9Thank krhm2323
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Reviewed 28 October 2005

I have stayed at I Pini for 2 weeks and I must say I love it. Even though its quite far from Rome, this is compensated by the nice camping owners, the very good and also very cheap restaurant. There are many stray cats at the camping, who are mostly dumped pets. They love attention and are very socialised cats,...

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  • Pets Allowed ( Dog / Pet Friendly )
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  • Family Rooms
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Official Description (provided by the hotel)
I Pini Family Park: camping, nature, Rome, comfort and relaxation... All within your family's reach. Have you ever thought of spending a holiday in Rome while at the same time relaxing, immersed in the greenery, surrounded by all kinds of comforts and with total safety for the kids? For all of this - I Pini Family Park. Stretch out by the pools, which are designed in every detail for your children's safety, in the evocative landscape of the Roman hills... And when you like, in a few minutes you can be walking among the beauties of Rome. The perfect holiday for all the family. ... more   less 

Additional Information about I Pini Family Park

Address: Via delle Sassette 28, 00065 Fiano Romano, Italy
Region: Italy > Lazio > Province of Rome > Fiano Romano
Price Range: £18 - £35 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Hotel Class:3.5 star — I Pini Family Park 3.5*
Number of rooms: 30
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I Pini Family Park Rome, Italy - Fiano Romano
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