We stayed here to try save some money and for what we paid it was alright.
Positives - the free shuttle bus was always leaving on time and was at the train station early so we didn't had to wait in the dark in a dodgy looking town.
The restraunt bar has good and cheap food. Especially the pizza massive for like 7 euro.
Friendly staff aswell
Negatives. Paid 4 euro for wifi that last two hours. Which is ridiculous to start with but in the end it didn't work at all. At least they refunded our money
Our bungalow seemed clean enough however it also seemed really damp. All our stuff was Damp by the time we left.
Also it takes a good 35-40 minutes to get to Rome termini which I didn't mind but if we don't like the travel I wouldn't stay here. Oh and remember that the train you get to the shuttle bus it only stops if u press a button
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Free Shuttle Bus from Happy Camping to the nearby Metro station of Prima Porta, which allows to reach the old city center (Piazzale Flaminio) in just 18 minutes. Completely new bungalow with or without bathroom with or without kitchen. All with small private garden. Swimming pool for adults with fully equipped solarium + supervised swimming pool for children (open from May to September). Bar with porch and T.V. room, market, pizzeria and panoramic restaurant. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Happy Village And Camping
- Happy Village & Camping Hotel Rome