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Happy Village & Camping

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#689 of 1,789 Specialty lodging in Rome
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Free Shuttle Bus from Happy Camping to the nearby Metro station of Prima Porta, which allows to reach the old city center (Piazzale Flaminio) in just 18 minutes. Completely new bungalow with or without bathroom with or without kitchen. All with small private garden. Swimming pool for adults with fully equipped solarium + supervised swimming pool for children (open from May to September). Bar with porch and T.V. room, market, pizzeria and panoramic restaurant.
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Golf course
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Multilingual Staff
Non-smoking hotel
Outdoor pool
Public Wifi
Self-Serve Laundry
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The worst place I have stayed in by far.. I have lived in budget accommodations and a few luxury ones as well so I know what to expect when you pay less.. Generally for our trip to Rome we just needed a place to sleep as we planned on staying out the complete day but how can you sleep in a place with mosquitos and ants the chairs outside hadn't been cleaned not for days but since months they had frosted excretions on them. The listing clearly mentions it has internet but once I didn't find any signal at my room I was told it is only availabe at the receptions. Initially I was told that there will be less singnals in the room but when I asked the reception guy to come with me and show me if there are less or no signals at all he admitted there is no chance of getting wifi access in the rooms. Now this place is pretty far away from any other place around yet I decided to move as soon as I got there and asked for a refund this listing is really that bad and yet they refused even when I confronted them with their lies. It was a terrible experience overall. Stay away from this place is my recommendation. The good part is that there is a nice pool with a restraunt that you can enjoy but it closes at 1930.
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What a find! Stayed here and used it as a base for visiting Rome,Florence and Pisa. Shuttle bus into Prima Porta and then train into the centre of Rome. We stayed in a bungalow with no cooking facilities. I bought my travel kettle and tea making gear and used the mini fridge for the milk and cold drinks. Bring your own towels for the room and pool as they are extra. If arriving late as we did, definitely bring a snack with you as the restaurant closes at 10.30 pm. We ate in the restaurant and it was really tasty. There are also a couple of places in Prima Porta to eat at. Such a bonus to be able to have days relaxing by the pool with a mini shop for drinks and ice creams and the bar open all day for a tipple. Definitely the best thing was the friendliness of the staff, especially reception and the driver. Really made us feel special. The perfect blend of relaxation and cith if you want it!
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So I get that this place was a budget holiday but we expected a little more than what we got. The so called Wi-Fi only worked at the reception and to have towels or even your room cleaned you had to pay extra?! One of the mattresses was so hard it would’ve been more comfortable sleeping on the floor. The room was freezing cold due to the lack of a duvet and there weren’t any plug sockets in the room?? We had to charge our phones at reception so that we could stay in contact with family back home?! There was one restaurant and a shop of some kind that were located on top of the hill, if you wanted anything else you needed the shuttle bus and then the train into Rome as you were in the middle of nowhere. We booked for 10 days and left after the first due to getting hardly any sleep and knowing that there wouldn’t be any point in asking for a refund.
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It was a great camping site pity shop and restaurant is at top of a hill. Great food and lovely staff they was very helpfull. Free shuttle bus every few hours every day to prima porta train station. Beach is a long way it took 2 trains plus underground to get there. On camping site nice little bungalows with just beds and a small bathroom but it was only economy and very cheap
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We stayed Monday to Friday and had a good time. In life you get what you pay for, we stayed in the bungalow with en-suite. Bed tv and fridge dressing table etc. It was ok as a base to shower and sleep. Staff friendly enough, the shuttle service to the train station is a god send, as there’s nothing around there, driver is a really nice guy. There’s a hair dryer ladies so no need to take one. Towels are an extra 3 Euro each. Pool wasn’t open but it would be great in the summer. On the first night (Monday) restaurant wasn’t open so we had to have a packet of crisps for dinner so I think the site could improve by putting signs up of when it’s closed. On another note there isn’t a kettle in any of the rooms so again I think this would be a good improvement to make. If we went back to Rome I wouldn’t hesitate to stay here again, I think it worked out around £37 a night and that’s what we paid travel company so happy camping not get that much at all, that per couple not per person, good value.
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PRICE RANGE
$28 - $85 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
ALSO KNOWN AS
happy village & camping hotel rome, happy village and camping
LOCATION
ItalyLazioRomePrima Porta
NUMBER OF ROOMS
72
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