We wanted to stay in Tarquinia in order to be close to the Etruscan necropolis and museum. Tarquinia is a small town and we couldnt' find much. This hotel is well located, right near the historic district. The staff was polite and professional and spoke English. The breakfasts were a high point - a great buffet served in formal dining room.
On the negative side, we found the hotel to be overpriced, much more expensive than anyplace else we stayed in Italy. (We were trying to travel on a tight budget.) We rented a triple and they charged us an extra 30 Euro (about $50 USD) for a second child.
The other significant problem was that the air conditioning in the room didn't work so the room was sweltering. When we complained, they did switch our room but the A/C in the second room didn't work any better.
Lodgings are very limited in Tarquinia. This hotel is fine if you don't expect too much. Otherwise, you might try looking in Lido di Tarquinia, which is nearby and has a beach.More
- Free Wifi
- Free Parking