On our first night we had a hilarious experience where the guy we met as we arrived introduced himself and invited us with him to the toga party, we were exhausted and stayed in that night. At about 3am someone came into our tent and went to bed. Woke up the next morning only to find a different man in the bed opposite us... Very confused! To leave we needed to know that he had a key of his own to lock up as there was no where else to leave our backpacks other than the house tent. I carefully woke the sleeping stranger and asked him if he had a key. Very confused and hungover he replied he didn't but he'll find it.Turned out theirs no spare keys at reception for him so we had to wait while him and the guy who was originally in our tent found the key. This wasted a lot of our day, it would have made more sense to have spare keys don't you think! Since this is a partying campsite they're more likely to get lost I'd think.
Very cheap, basic accommodation (house tent), remember not to leave the door open with a light inside! Bugs bugs bugs!! We almost gassed ourselves with bug spray on the last night as we'd not closed the door while we went to the shop.
The shop sold everything we wanted and it seemed pretty cheap. There was also a large supermarket opposite a busy road.
Using computers was expensive but the staff were good with giving information about Rome so we didn't need to look things up. They let us use their computer and printer for free when we were in a rush to print out boarding passes for the next day.
Airport transfers were cheap and the driver was lovely and hilarious!
The jacuzzi at the pool was freezing! but the pool and bar were nice.
The toilets were rammed at night with preening girls getting ready for whatever themed party was going on, but not a rammed as the bus into the city the next morning!
The bus journey was quite long and as it was so busy you had little chance of getting a seat... (might be a problem for some people)
There was a separate washing up type room next to the showers and toilets, which was good for us to do our plates and forks etc. The showers were a great temperature, but they were very busy!
There's nothing good in walking distance, but the bus stop is right outside.
I didn't like the restaurant food but my friend liked what she had so it was a bit hit and miss.
There were clothes washing facilities even though we didn't need them and the staff spoke a lot of languages.
Overall it was a good campsite but I'd only go back again on more of a 'party' holiday with a big group of friends rather than a relaxing backpacking holiday as it's most definitely a party atmosphere.
- Also Known As:
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- i Pini Family Park Hotel
- I Pini Family Park Rome/Fiano Romano, Italy
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