Clean, best beds of a long trip for me. VG WIFI, staff eager to please. Cute seaside town with a nice selection of places to eat, especially seafood. Quick cab from train or plane.
When the breakfast room ran out of sugar substitute, they ran to the store to buy some and insisted I take some with me.
I'll be back.
Mick from NY USA
seccy hotel offers exclusive location right in the old town of fiumicino at just 10 minutes by car from the airport with …More
I did a lot of research before booking this hotel. It was a little expensive, but well worth it. The hotel facilities are new and up to date. English speaking staff at check in and restaurant extremely helpful and courteous. Shuttle bus to airport every 30 min on the half hour from 6 Am to Midnight. Restaurant food very good.
Location near the airport makes it great for and overnight stay before going or returning from a cruise. We stayed there one night after our cruise. The hotel offers a free shuttle bus to Rome central. This gave us the chance to have dinner in Rome on our departing night. We met some people staying there and using the bus each day to vist Rome.
The hotel owner was incredibly helpful and efficient. Even before we arrived, he helped arrange a shuttle to the hotel and back to the airport for a very early morning departure. The hotel is very small and he showed us how everything worked and exactly where to get good food (very few choices). The area around the hotel is not nice, it's very ghetto, but seemed safe enough, not an area to spend time or sightsee.
Pocket Guide: Rome Fiumicino Airport - New Fair Hotels
Rome has grown rapidly as a major destination for visitors. The Italian capital has
two key international airports to cater for the crowds, Ciampino and Leonardo da
Vinci (also known as Fiumicino). Both airports have great transport links to the city
centre and through demand now has some very good airport hotel options with all
the traveller conveniences such as car rental services, however, public transport is
recommended as driving in Rome can be chaotic.
If you’re not stopping for long or taking a connection in Rome, an airport hotel can be
a great option. Around Ciampino, Rome’s Southeast airport, there are several
fantastic three and four star hotels offering travellers a comfortable, stylish and
Popular with business travellers, many of Rome’s airport hotels proffer modern
conveniences such as air conditioned guest rooms, wireless Internet access, flat
screen televisions, leisure and swimming facilities, bars and restaurants.
Staying at an airport hotel near Ciampino, you’ll be able to get in and out of Rome’s
city centre within 30 to 60 minutes and enjoy some of the ancient city’s first-class
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