The Parco Tirreno Suite Hotel & Residence is located on the Via Aurelia a leafy district situated around 3.5 km from famous St. Peter's Square. Links to the transport network may easily be reached lying just 400 m away the nearest train station is 5.5 km from the hotel and it is about 25 km to Rome Ciampino Airport. The air-conditioned Parco Tirreno Suite Hotel & Residence comprises 270 doubles rooms and 5 single rooms spread over 7 floors. Guests have access to the hotel's wonderful gardens with terrace and amongst the facilities count a foyer with a 24-hour reception desk a cloakroom lifts a safe and a currency exchange counter. Moreover a selection of shops 2 bars 2 air-conditioned restaurants (with highchairs for children) and 2 conference rooms are available for use. It is possible to take advantage of the room and laundry services and there is a car park as well as a garage for those arriving by car. The comfortable rooms are all carpeted and feature an en suite bathroom a direct dial telephone a TV (satellite/ cable for an additional fee) a kitchenette a balcony air conditioning (individually controlled) an Internet connection a minibar a safe and central heating (individually controlled). There is a swimming pool in the outdoor complex (for an added fee) as well as a sun terrace. Leisure facilities include a massage service and a gym (additional fees apply).
live music in lounge
mold in tub, extra charges for parking
The hotel had a swimming pool but charged quite a lot for guests to swim in it.
Good location, nice green park, good swimming pool
Probably the worst hotel I've ever been. Thin walls- It was funny (first) when neighbor had sex above us- and we heard all words... The breakfast is bad-bad-bad. If you want to drink a normal coffee you should go out to the bar and pay for it... Don't ask anything from the hotel reception people- they won't help you.
Very good services and nice hotel staff. Help us to keep our children which suddenly join us in our room.
The size of our room.
Room was old, tired & dated, so didn't appear clean especially bathroom. We were on the 7th floor, and the noise from the bar at night was very loud. Breakfast very poor, and having to pay expensive rates to use the pool. Member of staff who checked us in was not very pleasant, and continued to talk to other staff throughout, didn't explain anything to us. Stayed in better hotels in Rome.
The whole experience was good but the pool was excellent! The staff were helpful and polite, easy to get into the center of town using the Metro.
Breakfast wasn't quite so good having to eat with the groups, tours and school parties, there should be a place where individual guests can eat more quietly.
Helpful staff and spacious rooms.
Location; it is a couple miles outside of the city center. The pool has a separate, expensive, fee.
Quiet location. Good room size
The breakfast was very disappointing