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Seven Hills Camping & Village

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#976 of 1,776 Specialty lodging in Rome
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!
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I went to the campsite for a one week holiday, and upon arrival to the reception which is past the small zoo area, I was told that the reception was not where I had entered but I had to go near the bar area, pity there weren't any proper signs to tell you.
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What a disappointment for a couple to show up and not even want to stay. The receptionist was rude at first and said we were too early for check in. So we sat near the bar and the guy there was super nice. As we waited we in the bar area where it smelt like feet we decided we did not want to stay because of the conditions of the place was dirty, smelly, outdated/old, far, and a ton of mosquitos. We waited a whole hour for an uber to finally accept our request. They kept rejecting our request and wondered if it was because of how far and hidden this place was. We spent a lot to get from Airport Orly to the camp site so we were disappointed especially after a long travel day and just wanting to rest. We found another place much cleaner & nicer and we were thankful we did not have to stay at this camp site and spend so much money on uber and get bit up by mosquitos! We did not even get as far as checking in that tells you how bad this place is!
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Response from Seven Hills C, Direttore at Seven Hills Camping & Village
Responded Oct 22, 2018
Gentile Vanessa, da quanto lei scrive ne deduciamo che non è entrata nella nostra struttura, pertanto prima di esprimere un opinione dovrebbe verificarne i fatti. Le comunichiamo inoltre che il check in è a partire dalle ore 14:00 e non prima. Cordiali saluti La Direzione
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I came here for a week with my son for a bit of a sightseeing holiday on 6th September, We weren't really expecting that much, and to be honest, that's exactly what we got, the "Cabin" was, in essence, nothing more than a garden shed with 2 wooden beds, a small cupboard, heater and an electrical socket. The one thing I wasn't expecting was just how badly I was going to get bitten by the fleas, ticks, bugs, mozzies or whatever the heck they were, it was so bad that after the first night I demanded we be moved, which they obliged, not that it made much of a difference. if the owners had gone to the extent of putting mesh on the windows, this could have been avoided. The cafe/shop was a little better, with the staff being courteous and friendly, the shop, however, was very poorly stocked, which I suppose considering how late in the season it was is understandable. the site was also home to the baccaverde restaurant, which we used at least 4 times. the food was excellent if maybe a bit on the pricey side, and yet the Pizzas were amazing in both taste and price. On the whole, considering the site was used solely as a base to come and go from, this place is OK, but if i were coming here just for the holiday, i would be very disappointed.
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Response from Seven Hills C, Direttore at Seven Hills Camping & Village
Responded Sep 25, 2018
Dear guest, we thank you for your suggestions, we will do everything to change for the better. Thank you The Managment
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So we came early and they let us leave our bags behind reception. The pool is 3Euro to enter, which is not bad. The pool seemed relativity clean although he was very pre-occupied with other activities. The food was basic and an okay price. Shop at the top was somewhat expensive and i later learnt that the vending machine was cheaper for water. Restaurant at the top had like 200 seats but we were the only ones in there. The food was quite expensive. Now our accommodation, this was interesting. It was a shed with a double bed. The whole room was only a King size bed size. It was full of spiders and mosquitos. We stayed in Poland hostel cheaper which had better facilities. The WIFI is only available at reception and you do not get a signal in your room. The sheds walls are thin the couple next to us kept slamming against the wall and it moved our beds. The showers and tiolets were shared and need a good clean. It would be great for locals but not for wanting to see Rome. The shuttle only runs until 8 and it takes over an hour to get back from Rome.
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Response from Seven Hills C, Direttore at Seven Hills Camping & Village
Responded Aug 11, 2018
Dear Guest Thank you for being our guest. Your evaluation is a great help to improve our services more and more. Thank you The Management
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Arrived at 10am, check-in wasnt until 2pm so reception looked after out bags whilst we went in the pool. Once checked in we were shown to our 'room'. It was extremeley basic, just big enough to fit the double bed, struggled to fit our suitcase and hand luggage in the room. The pool was amazing and food on site was reasonably priced. The shuttle to the nearby train station was 1 euro but very unreliable, it would drop you at the station after the train so you'd be waiting half an hour at a time for thr train. Also last shuttle back was at 8pm. This means you woukd have to catch thr first metro (takes a train and 2 metros to get to colleseum) an hour and a half before which isnt practical so ended up paying for a taxi back from the train station on numerous occasions. Also, the rooms had several spiders and mozzies in them, several infected bites later and im glad we are moving on. Would be best suited for a by the pool holiday and not a tour of Rome holiday
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Response from Seven Hills C, Direttore at Seven Hills Camping & Village
Responded Aug 11, 2018
Dear Guest thank you for your suggestion. We have already taken care of changing the bus driver, with a new one. Your contribution of judgment has been very useful to always improve our services. Thank you The Management
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$30 - $72 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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