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Park Hotel Serenissima
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Reviewed 3 April 2013

Hotel staff were friendly and rooms were clean, furnishing is simple and functional and in keeping with the style. Shower fittings were tired but functional, and although soap was provided it was not generous. Breakfast offering was rather limited. Free wifi is available with password etc. I needed to sit in the lobby to get a good signal, which worked out fine. I rented a car this trip which meant hotel distance to train for access to Rome was not a problem. Montebello is the local train station and at Eur1.60 the cost and about 20 mins to the Rome end of the line was simple. In early April it was tempting to have the bedroom window ajar, but neighbouring dogs barking was a bit disturbing.

  • Stayed: March 2013, travelled solo
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Thank 2Grumps
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Reviewed 23 September 2009

Our first problem was getting to the hotel. We got a taxi from Rome airport at a cost of 155 Euros.
On arrival at the hotel I asked if it would be possible to get a cup of tea and a coffee. This request was answered with “I’ll see what I can do”.
Eventually we got a cold cup of tea and a thimble of coffee. Later I asked where we could find the restaurant . I was told that their was a problem with the restaurant and it was closed. The only option we had was to get a return taxi supplied by the Hotel the town of Sacrifano at a cost of 20 Euros.
I then asked where I could find the bar that was advertised to be open 24 hours . Yep you guessed it The bar wasn’t open either. I asked when would it be open to be told it was permanently shut .

We would go to the local shop and purchase bread and cold meat and drinks in the morning before our journey into Rome.

Travel into Rome is an adventure. First you have to get the local bus to the train Station in Flaminio, then get the train to Rome. The train is regular and usually on time. On the way home the problems start when you return to Flaminio. The Local (Rossie) bus is at best unreliable and on a Sunday at worst inexistent.
Basically all we could get from this hotel was a bed for the night and an uncooked breakfast. With all the noise others have described previously
NOT WHAT I WOULD CALL 4 STAR

  • Stayed: September 2009, travelled as a couple
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8  Thank Iainmack63
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Reviewed 5 March 2008

This hotel is at the back end of nowhere, NO Rome taxi drivers know how to get there (even with Satnav)

Hotel was dirty & noisey, walls seemed paper thin, we slept with the TV on to drown out the other guests just talking!

Breakfast? What Breakfast, what a joke.

We booked for 5 nights, stayed for 2, and in between spent the day walking in Rome to find new accomodation.

I honestly can't explain how badly located this hotel is, 100Euro taxi to get there from Rome, and in the morning its a walk to the bus stop to get a bus to the trasin station which by the way is the end of the line. If you want a taxi you need to call a Rome taxi, who charges the fee to come from Rome to get you, then the fee to take you where you want to go.

do not, DO not, DO NOT book this hotel for a trip to Rome !

  • Stayed: February 2008, travelled as a couple
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4  Thank desmond_hume
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Reviewed 25 August 2007

This is a hotel for which one needs a survival guide!!
As in the other review, most taxi drivers do not know where this hotel is. It is in a very small commuter village called "Sacofano" around 14km outside of Rome. If you stay here you will need to print off a detailed map in order to get there, regardless if you plan to get a shuttle, taxi or drive yourself. It is down a small residential road in Sacofano called Via Rimbomba. The hotel itself presents initially as small, pretty and quiet. The reception staff have good english, even though there is usually only 1 person on the desk. They are also helpful, however, they need to be as guests who are not staying as part of a coach trip will need assistance.
The rooms are very small. The beds are rock hard, and a double bed is an obvious combination of two single beds pushed together, leaving an annoying cleft between sides of the bed that will make your back ache! Sleep isn't easy either, the air conditioning can only be switched on - and no further adjustments. This means you need to wake up in the night and turn it off when it gets too cold. You also need to ask reception for the battered remote to use it. You also have a bathroom - with 4 very small and thin towels provided. The tiles in our shower were also poorly laid leading to a flooded floor each time a shower was had. The hot and cold taps aren't marked and also the shower takes a bit of time to heat up, making it a game of luck and skill to create anything other than a tepid or stone cold shower!
By far the most uncomfortable fact about the rooms was the noise. The walls are paper thin, all the rooms are in one bloc with a shared coridoor. It appears the bulk of the hotels' appeal is its ability to house entire coach parties in rooms right beside each other. They make loads of noise, both in the coridoors and in their rooms, often laugh / joke or argue until very early in the morning and call into each other's rooms. They always get to the hotel at about 11pm and leave very eary in the morning (usually about 6am local time), once again being unbearably noisy and slamming doors. All of this thunders down the communal corridoor. If you want sleep here, forget it!! Coach tours stay for 2 days then depart. They are invariably replaced, however, with yet another coachload of noisy, restless tourists behaving in similar manners. The noise level reaches unbearable levels. You can clearly hear each shower, toilet flush, slamming door and footsteps from every room in the hotel. We tried changing rooms twice to be told that the hotel was fully booked. Cleaners also call to each other frequently. The rooms are clean, however. But very spartan.
At reception we were advised we needed to hire a car simply because to get to rome you take the train - the station is over 1km away and treacharous in the extreme to reach by foot due to the fact that 2 way traffic shares a single lane! And it is full of extreme bends. There is a local privately owned bus (rossi bus) that will take you for 80 cent to the train station. It is usually punctual but can be very late, costing you the train you were aiming for. It also runs erratically on sundays. The main problem with this bus is the fact that it doesn't sync up with the trains' departure times; meaning you'll have a bit of a wait especially outside of early mornings. Trains depart regularly only in the early morning, meaning you have to get up very early (my tip is to leave at 7:30am from the hotel) to catch a train, or else wait till the afternoon. The train journey is about 40mins long and leaves you right to piazza flaminio at the bottom of the via dei corso. Trains back depart around once every hour, if you have a car you can drive it to the montebello stop and get on there, these depart every 10 mins at peak times. We didn't have a car unfortunatley!!
The hotel's restauraunt was closed when we were there, as was the only local shop, meaning you have to stock up in Rome with things to eat and drink. The hotel can sell you some bottles of water - but they do not carry a large stock.
They also have little picnic tables, those furthest away from the hotel were not cleaned during our stay.

In Summary, the place was generally uncomfortable - lot of noisy, raucous guests and lots of local barking dogs, complimented by paper thin walls, a communal coridoor and a difficult to control air con with no minibar. I did not sleep well one night I was there. Added to this is the fact it is not easy to get to from central rome, you'll have a job getting there in the first place (it isn't well signposted) and a huge lack of local amenities means my last word must be:
CAVEAT EMPTOR!!

  • Stayed: August 2007, travelled with family
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3  Thank saytan
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Reviewed 18 June 2007

Although the hotel was clean and the staff friendly. Rome taxi drivers did not know how to get there, only one claimed to know and charged us 130 euros to take us there.
breakfast was non existent, consisting of a bowl of soggy cornflakes (which was covered with a napkin and remained out all day , every day,) which we had to ask for milk for, and a cup of coffee which we also had to ask for.
the hotel is advertised as having a restaurant, pizzzeria and bar, but in fact had none of these.
When I asked for a jug of water, I was told they had none left but they did offer me a can of sprite.
They advertise as having air conditioning but fail to say that they charge 10 euros a day to use this

  • Stayed: June 2007, travelled as a couple
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3  Thank Eilmar_7
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