Pros: Clean, great food and friendly staff. Great base for visiting Anguillara and the lake (use the local bus from the train station otherwise its a 2.2 mile walk) as well as Bracciano
Pros: The hotel personnel is very friendly. Good breakfast. Excellent dinner. Large room (we had a double room with two persons). Close to the railway station, just 30 - 45 minutes by commuter train to the ...
Pros: Very friendly and helpful staff and good Italian food in the resstaurant
Cons: Quite far from town centre and lake - car is a must !
Pros: Get to Rome for 2.10 euros: station is less than 200m away! Underground parking.
Cons: We found a lot of traffic noise (but we live in countryside)
Pros: Staff, breakfast and diner are excellent! Castle in village Bracciano is a MUST SEE (really authentic with great story and exhibition)!!
Cons: Balcony was not great, but not needed for my stay.
Pros: Great sized bedroom and bathroom, nice restaurant, happy friendly staff, only to happy to help you out, easy reach of Rome
Pros: The restaurant was very very good.
Pros: Ease of access to ENEA Casaccia by car. Nice village of Anguillara nearby. Quiet, free WIFI.
Pros: Don't come back late, otherwise you'll get locked out. All doors are locked by 11. I thought only happens in B&B only.
Cons: The staff will warn you, and I mean warn you ( as if you're in the army ). This is my 2nd time staying at this hotel.
A great choice for a stay in Anguillara Sabazia, Hotel Massimino offers an airport shuttle (available on request). For a bite to eat, guests can check out Massimino, which serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner. A bar/lounge and a garden are offered, and rooms get the details right with rainfall showerheads and slippers.
Pros: The receptionist told us we could use the pool down below!
Cons: Room was warm and more pillows would be nice.
Pros: They had also gluten-free food to offer!!!!! The place was a paradise, so peaceful place and all the area was soon green and wonderful. Stuff was very friendly. Of course if you have a car, this is...
Pros: Beautiful hotel, in the countryside. Very nice and comfortable room, friendly staff, everything perfect.
Pros: The location originality and Shuttle facilitates our visit to Rome.
Cons: Unfortunately, our room was very small
Pros: Gorgeous historic buildings, relaxed location, free shuttle bus link to metro.
Cons: Small room with no draw space and nowhere to put suitcase.
Pros: Breakfast was ok, but not very various for 4 stars.
Cons: Air condition and television did not work. Very noisy rooms. Late outdoor party was very annoying.
Pros: Good location, good breakfast, very nice architecture building
Cons: Dysfunctional WIFI in the rooms. There was no other restaurant La Taverna
Pros: Most beautiful so loved this place. The staff was very nice and friendly... the stunning views of this place is awesome.
Pros: amazing place with great architecture and garden structure
Cons: bad kitchen (except of breakfast)
Pros: Great if you like to be away from the maddening crowds.... an exceptional property that is full of history - that could be capitalised on - missing a swimming pool which would make this place ...
Cons: The transfer fare from the airport I feel was expensive..... it is a little far from everything but great if that is what you are looking for.
Pros: Countryside view and breakfast were lovely. Staff communicated in English.
Cons: Internet was non-existent to very-slow. We were vacationing and had a very difficult time sending occasional updates to folks back home. The hotel is well-priced but became more expensive than desired after factoring in transit to and from the city and airport. (Staying in the city and paying a bit more for a hotel is a better option if you want to enjoy the city.) No English channels or English subtitles available. Very thin walls, but thankfully, no one in the adjoining room until the last day of our stay. Everything sufficient. Location was a draw-back since we were there to enjoy the city. If you want to countryside retreat, this place my be a good option. Restaurant was overpriced. Other close restaurants but walking is dangerous as a result of no sidewalk and crazy Roman drivers!
A great choice for a stay in Rome, Relais Castrum Boccea features a rooftop terrace and offers an airport shuttle (available on request) for EUR 55 per vehicle. Guests can indulge in massages, and La Taverna, one of 2 restaurants, serves regional cuisine and is open for lunch and dinner. A bar/lounge and a garden are offered, and rooms at this upscale hotel get the details right with Egyptian cotton sheets and premium bedding.
Pros: I really liked the place. It's very big and the people who rent it are very nice and will help you with anything. Everything was clean and there where a lot of supplies. From oil to cook with to ...
Cons: The distance from Anguillara. Although it wasnt too bad. It's a bit of a walk, but very doable.
Pros: He and his mom were really nice and helped us with everything. The room is great with a big livingroom, TV, Kitchen. It was really clean and comfortable. It is good to have a car because it's ...
Located 3.7 miles from Martignano Lake in Anguillara Sabazia, B&B L'Oliveto features free WiFi access and free private parking. Every room is equipped with a TV. Some rooms include a sitting area where you can relax. There is a shared kitchen at the property. Fiumicino Airport is 19 miles away.
Pros: Enzo the owner is a really nice guy. When flying out of Rome Fumincino it is a great choice. 30 min. to airport.
Pros: The owner was marvelous. The accommodation unique with a fireplace. The food and drink provided outstanding and generous. The backyard patio and grounds a joy to drink wine in! The town has 80 people...
“The rock of Ceri” Ancient building, with 3 independent and self catering apartments by the householder residence, in the medieval borough of Ceri, a tiny village settled on a tufaceous spur, close to the Mediterranean sea north of Rome (38 KM). Lovely panoramic garden looking the valley outside the retaining walls. 5 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms, 3 kitchen. B&B service. Open round year. Min. stay 1 night The rock of Ceri is embraced by a crown of embattled walls that hold a few ancient houses facing the tiny central square with both the Sanctuary of the Virgin Mary and the austere Palace of the noble family Torlonia. Just a few Kilometers north of Rome aside the shores of the Tyrrhenian Sea, Ceri is a picture of rare beauty, in a context of remarkable archaeological, historic and naturalistic interest. A fascinating and emotional journey in the immediate neighbourhood of the greater Rome and a few minutes away from the international airport of Fiumicino. “The residence of the householder” The residence of the householder is situated in an ancient building, together with three other independent lodgings: the house of the "Facocchio", of the "Vergaro", and of the "Polveriera". The architecture of this construction is clearly marked by the signs of the historic periods that have left a pronounced impact on the borough of Ceri: the Etruscans, the Romans, the Middle Ages and the era of the Renaissance with its palaces of the nobility, the nineteenth century. All internal rooms reflect the ancient charms of the borough: original fittings and fireplaces, ceilings sustained by old wooden joists and brick floors. “Accommodation and facilities” The owner's house and two lodgings, the house of "Facocchio" and of "Vergaro", arranged as "Bed and Breakfast", are situated in the same ancient building and have their own independent access from the small central square of Ceri. The opposite side of the building faces an enclosed Mediterranean garden, looking down on the valley outside the retaining walls, with the access to the third lodging, "The Polveriera". The garden strikes by its simplicity: citrus fruits, olive trees, prickly pears, laurel, elms, oaks and cypresses. A pergola of wisteria is climbing up against the rear of the house, next to the brazier for the summer meals in the open air. In the garden you will also find the personal office of the houselord and the wine cellar, home of the locally produced wine. “The Facocchio” The apartment can sleep comfortably 4 guests. This is one of the most particular houses of Ceri, caved from the rooms of the ancient workshop of the "Facocchio", the artisan of the farming community charged with the construction and repair of the wooden tools and vehicles. The apartment is situated next to the owner's dwelling and the home of the "Vergaro", with its own independent entrance from the central square, and looking upon the enclosed garden. It is spread over two floors: the ground floor with its spacious dining and sitting room with a fireplace, and a completely outfitted kitchen, the bathroom and a dispensary with refrigerator; the upper floor with a very spacious place, divided in two separated bedrooms. The house offers an easy access to the garden and the internal private car parking. “The Vergaro” This independent apartment can sleep comfortably 8/9 guests. Situated between the home of the "Facocchio" and the owner's house, it was the ancient residence of the Vergaro, the shepherd who produced the typical cheese made of ewe's milk. Even this house has an independent access from the central square with view on the garden, and is spread over three floors, provided with a proper lift and internal staircase that lead to the four bedrooms and the three bathrooms, to the dining and sitting-room with fireplaces and to the completely outfitted kitchen; with access to the charming mediterranean garden with terrace on the walls and private parking. “The Polveriera” This independent apartment can sleep 2/4 guests. It is an open space room of about 60 meters square, with direct access from the garden, situated in the original ancient level of the borough. A few steps lead down to the entrance, with the kitchen area and the bathroom on your left, and the dining-sitting area with a sofa king-size bed and fireplace, and the bed area on your right, with exit to the garden. Ideal for a couple with max 2 children. All the apartment are self catering with kitchen full equipped, linen provided with change, after 3 night, towels and beddings after one week, breakfast service, TV, private parking.
Pros: On the 18 th june we discovered this beautiful property , infront of the lake of bracciano . The rooms where clean and big we felt like it was our home . Thanks to the owner of the property called *...
Pros: Location nice.
Cons: Couldn't get hot water for the shower. Breakfast wasn't great- just left out for us and not a great selection. Very little communication with owner.
Pros: Good price, clean and welcoming
Cons: Wifi worked only on Apple mobile devices, not on pc-based laptop. Connection hard to establish with Apple devices.
Located in the countryside 0.6 miles from Anguillara Sabazia, La Tana di Zio Edo offers free Wi-Fi, an outdoor pool and rooms with a flat-screen TV. A sweet Italian breakfast is served daily. Rooms at the La Tana di Zio Edo feature a balcony, tiled floors and a cooling fan. Each has views of the garden and a private external bathroom with shower. Guests can relax in the garden, equipped with BBQ facilities. Lake Bracciano is 1.2 miles from this property. The centre of Rome is a 40-minute drive away.
Pros: Clean and comfortable room with private bathroom, wifi in room, unlimited coffe and tea, fresh fruits, sweet breakfast, quiet vicinity, frendly owners.
Featuring a garden, terrace and shared lounge area, La Casa Di Rò is located a 5-minute drive from the centre of Olgiata. Free WiFi access is available throughout, and a sweet breakfast is provided daily. Rooms here come equipped with a flat-screen TV, and some have a balcony or are set in the attic. The private bathroom includes a hairdryer and free toiletries. La Casa Di Rò is 9.3 miles from Lake Bracciano. The centre of Rome is a 30-minute drive away. Olgiata Train Station is approximately a 20-minute walk away.
Cons: The staff was very rude and when I complained about it they became downright nasty towards me. Also, the food was not very good.
Pros: Interesting hotel, nice country setting. We had a suite room, it was very nice.
Cons: The restaurant was very quiet at the time of year we went. Nobody else there! The food was OK, but did not live up to consecutive Michelin recommendations the last few years. Internet could have been ...
Pros: The hotel has a very friendly staff and a good restaurant. The room are nice and have airco and a clean.
Cons: The last part of the entrance road to the hotel is a dirt road and the indoor restaurant a bit dark.
Pros: very warm welcome, easy access to the room, cosy and original decoration We booked the Nautic suite. Quality of food/wine at restaurant was very good We had breakfast and 2 meals on the outside ...
Cons: very disappointing to discover that the nice pool could'nt be used ( all green due to filtering problems) Technical problems may happen but at least we should have received a notice. No too ...
Pros: Restaurant manager is fabulous. The rest of the staff are very friendly but don't have the same eye to detail.
Cons: The property could do with a bit of a refresh.
Pros: A tranquil place, lovely staff, comfortable rooms
Pros: The staff was incredible!! Friendly! Helpful! Everything was perfect, we changed our flight in order to stay longer. That's how special this hotel is!
Cons: Nothing is lacking.
Pros: We liked the room very nice lot's of character.. People at front desk were very nice..
Cons: The fridge didn't work. We were the only ones there it seemed. Restaurant was so-so... We only ones there food was cold, spaghetti was more on the hard side...
Country Relais I Due Laghi offers an airport shuttle (available on request). You can indulge in massages, facials, or Ayurvedic treatments, and grab a bite to eat at La Posta dei Cavalieri, which serves local cuisine and is open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. A bar/lounge and a seasonal outdoor pool are offered, and rooms at this upscale hotel get the details right with bathrobes and slippers.
Pros: We chose the hotel as it is close to an Etruscan site. We were pleasantly surprised with the hotel. It does not have a restaurant any more so you have to go down the road to the main road Via Cassia ...
Cons: It was a pity the restaurant wasn't open.
Located in Cassia, this hotel is within 12 mi (20 km) of Auditorium Parco della Musica, Olympic Stadium, and National Gallery of Modern Art. Bioparco di Roma and Castel Sant'Angelo are also within 12 mi (20 km).
Pros: Friendly staff and my room had everything we needed
Cons: No swimming pool
Cons: The location-too far removed from City Center. Difficult to get to. I requested a car at airport-booking.com did not notify hotel of this request. Everything I requested thru booking.com was either ...
Pros: It was good for the price we paid.
Cons: Property does not have lift. Wifi signal was not all that good in the room.
Pros: The rooms were clean...didn't eat breakfast
Cons: Facilities need updating
Pros: Five minutes from train to Rome (1.50€), and back from via Cassia at very reasonable prices makes a good choice for anything to do in North Rome but easy enought to get to Central
Cons: I have no negatives as I feel that you got to rank it keeping in mind the actual value for money that it represent.
Pros: the friendly staff, the position (close to the bus stop and a 10 min walk to local train station) , the breakfast and first of all the good price for the night
Cons: Too far from Rome. Also we had 2 rooms and they were in seperate buldings. One room was very cold.
Pros: The style of the room
Cons: It was a bit cold in the room, especially in the morning.
Pros: The food was good!
Cons: It was a cold room. During the night no hitting.
Pros: Nothing to say...
Cons: Realy disturbing with surrounding. we can hear the noise from the other rooms. and not sound proofing, feeling like sleep in the public hall. We stayed 4 nights they never change the linen's. Not ...
A great choice for a stay in Rome, Cassia Hotel offers an airport shuttle (available 24 hours). Free perks include WiFi, self parking, and continental breakfast available daily.
When visiting Anguillara Sabazia, Antico Casale La Riccia is a great choice to consider. Free perks include self parking, wired Internet, and continental breakfast daily between 7:30 AM and 11 AM. Other highlights at this Tuscan bed & breakfast include a garden, and rooms offer flat-screen TVs and room service.