Nice a relaxing two night break, facilities are good eventhough the times the swimming pool closes to early or opens to late. The onsite shop , resturants are good , Didnt get acknowledge at the resturant at all after waiting to be asked for our orders so had left and wen back to our room that was the only down side. The bus that takes you too the train station is very good and they collect you back reasonable too ,. with easy reach to vatican city etc via train next time we may even try PISA.
on the next visit will definity upgrade to the private villas.the rooms we had wre like caravans pretty clean had to bring all our own essentials. we had our own bathroom toilet no way was we gna share and thats it really we was out most of the time anyway so it was just for sleeping!! would defintly go back withthe kids.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Seven Hills Village takes its name from the legendary hills ancient Rome was built upon. It perfectly matches the need for a quiet holiday in the nature of the Roman countryside and the quest for the cultural and historical knowledge of the Eternal City's immense heritage...Rome is only 12 km away, at easy reach thank to the metro/train line. Further, the Seven Hills is a Village bungalow resort provided with bungalows, mobile homes and small apartments for a bed-and-breakfast solution meant to satisfy the need for comfort and for an unforgettable holiday! ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- 7 Hills Village
- Seven Hills Village Hotel Rome