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All Time Relais & Sport Hotel
Ranked #382 of 1,269 Hotels in Rome
Reviewed May 1, 2012

New, Clean, friendly, good location close to airport, reasonable price.
Great Baby cot in the room, as requested.

Reasonably sized rooms.

The Wifi reception in rooms is low to non-existent, and even in Lobby it ain't that good.

Driving for here to the City was a breeze & same to airport.
Would Highly recommend it.

  • Stayed: April 2012, traveled with family
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Reviewed April 16, 2012

I'll pretty much agree with Tallies review. hotel is clean, efficient and value for money. The breakfast was excellent, internet useful, mini bar a bonus and the sports centre an asset, but I wasn't in Rome to swim. I was there to go large on the culture and sight seeing. This is where this hotel hits a stumbling block if you are not properly prepared. Basically you are compromising on price over location. If this hotel was within a mile of the historic centre it would be 3 times the price. So, if you are prepared to compromise and don't mind the adventure of traveling on public transport this hotel is for you.

Following is hopefully all the info you will need for getting about on public transport. Firstly you can get from the airport to the hotel for 9 Euros (each). Firstly, as you exit Terminal 3, up and to your right is the way to the train terminal. Once here purchase a ticket from the machine (they are in English, or go to the ticket office if you're not confident) from Fiumicino to (St) Ostiense. This should cost 8 Euros. at this ticket machine purchase a further 1 trip ticket for 1 euro. You will need this for the metro and bus. Before going onto the platform ensure you verify your train ticket by slipping it into one of the yellow machines and having it punched and a code put on it.The journey from the airport should take about 30 mins. On arrival at Ostiense (which is a bit like Paddington with a train station and underground (metro), make your way to Piramide metro station which is a 2 min walk through the train station. From Piramide validate your 1 euro ticket in one of the machines similar to that you used earlier. Hop on the B line metro towards Laurentina. Hop off at EUR Palasport and exit out of the station onto via America. Keeping the shops and restaurants on your right and the park and lake on your left walk about 200 yds to the bus stop. (you have to cross a road and the bus stop is just after the wheelie bins and in front of a large chinese restaurant. A quick look at the bus stop sign shows you the bus route as 778. The name America is enclosed in a rectangle and the stop for the hotel is 'Jachino'. Hop on the 778, no need to show your ticket and no one will ask for it (the same one you used for the metro). The jouney will take about 15-20 mins and look out for these landmarks. Pam supermarket on your right. After this you will turn right up a hill. this is via Jachino. There is a stop going up the hill, one just over the brow and the final one (the one you want at the bottom, look for the bright yellow petrol station). Press the bell to stop the bus, get off and the entrance to the hotel is just to the left of the petrol station. Easy!!

For getting into Rome itself: Purchase travel tickets from the newstand located 100 yds to the left of the hotel. Go past the petrol station, cross the road, go past the perfume shop, ice cream parlour, chinese restaurant and coffee bar and there it is. Tickets for 1 euro will do for 75 mins of travel, enough to get you into Rome but only good for 1 metro journey. Tickets for 1 day (4 Euros) and the 3 day tourist ticket (11 Euros) can only be purchased from the machines or ticket offices in the metro, (again in English). Once purchased the bus stop is to the left of the hotel in front of the petrol station. Again it's the 778. Hop on and insert your ticket face down into the yellow machine and validate it. Keep an eye out for the lake with water polo nets on your right. You will turn right just after this into via America. You need to get off at the second stop before the bus turns left. Off the bus and carry on up the road for 100 yds to the metro. this is EUR Palasport. Hop on the metro (line B) towards Rebibiba(?). You'll see a list of stops on the train (much like the London underground) and the main stopping points are Colloseo ( colloseum: step off here, exit and it's right across the road) and Termini, the main train station for Rome. If you want to go the Vatican get off at Termini, go to the bus station outside and get on Bus 64. It goes all the way to the Vatican.

Hope this info helps. Just one word of warning....keep your belongings close, pockets done up and bags secure. I'm now minus and iphone 4s all thanks to some light fingered git. It was lifted out of my unzipped jacket pocket whilst on a crowded bus. You have been warned!!

  • Stayed: April 2012, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed April 2, 2012

6 of us visited Rome this weekend and stayed at this hotel - We loved the stocked free fridge but missed coffee making facilities - Very modern and the best continental breakfast you could ask for and yes as quoted before the staff are a real asset. The sport centre a few steps away is great if you into this kind of thing and then there is the added bonus of an outside pool as well. The busstop is jsut outside and takes you to the Metro - we bought a 3 day pass and could use the bus and Metro as much as we wanted. A Chinese restaurant nearby is great value for money and the food to die for.A taxi picked us up at the airport and took us back to the airport on Sunday - this taxi service was recommended Roma Airport Transportation - www.romeairporttransportation.com

Room Tip: Some roos have double showers - go for them
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  • Stayed: April 2012, traveled with friends
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Reviewed February 7, 2012

I stayed two nights for business travel and was impressed with how clean and modern the hotel was, but most impressive was the staff. I was there the first week of Feb 2012 when a rare snowstorm shut down Rome. Cars without tire chains were ordered off the road which shut down all taxis, leaving me unable to get to the airport to fly back to the US. The front desk started trying to make alternate arrangements while I headed back to my room figuring I'd be stranded for a least a couple of days. 30 minutes later, I get a knock at the door and it is the owner of the hotel, telling me he had heard I needed a ride to the airport and he would take me there in his own car. 45 minutes later I was at the airport and made my flight. Not many hotels would go the extra mile like the All Time Relais & Sport Hotel did.

  • Stayed: February 2012, traveled on business
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Reviewed November 5, 2011

This was my first stop after a very long flight, and I was extremely impressed. The rooms were of a good size, very modern, and clean. The staff were pleasant. I was allowed to help myself to all the drinks in the fridge provided for free. There were 8, soft drinks, water, and fruit juices. This place was definitely excellent value for money. I only stayed in Rome for one night so needed to be in between the town centre and the airport, which the hotel was. It is approx. 20 minutes into the city and to the airport from the hotel via public transport. The breakfast was also excellent. I thoroughly enjoyed my stay here.

  • Stayed: July 2011, traveled solo
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Reviewed October 28, 2011

Arrived at the All Time Relais & Sport Hotel to be astounded by how modern it was, Stayed in a deluxe suite, had a slight issue with the jacuzzi bath, but the receptionist was only to welcome to help. Had an arrangement of soft drinks in the mini bar all free. Only a quick call in the morning for breakfast to be delivered, had a large selection of croissants, rolls, ham, cheese and jam with juice of coffees. Very friendly staff through-out. And when checking out, the receptionist gladly booked us a taxi to arrive when I asked. I Would definately return.

Helpful tips to the Hotel using public Transport:-

When arriving at Fiumicino airport, Rome, go to train station, follow signs in airport.
Get the train that terminates at "Termini" and jump off at the "Ostience" station.
then Metro to EUR Palasport, (on the Laurentina/Rebibbia line, heading towards Laurentina)
once at Palasport, come out onto the street, you'll see a bus stop 777 outside but you will need to walk about 3 minutes along the road to another bus stop, the bus you need is number 778, jump on, I showed the bus driver the address and he stopped the bus at the stop for us) you dont need to pay (we saw many people just jump on and jump off a few stops later without paying!!)
Stay on the bus till you come to a AGIP Petrol Station). Jump off and your at the Hotel.
That bus doesnt run that regulary so you will have to wait a while, but it will come.
This journey cost about €24 for the 2 of us, and took about 2hours.
The Taxi too and from the airport is €45 each way!!

Room Tip: Definately fork out for the Deluxe, the extra money is for jacuzzi, bigger room, free soft drink min...
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  • Stayed: October 2011, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed October 18, 2011

Arrival
Arriving at the hotel late night on the 6/10/2011 there was no room service, we could not order food or drinks (neither for our whole stay). Receptionist said "if you want to drink or eat go to the bar outside of the hotel". The toilette was broken and with continuous flow of water, and we could not sleep in the night of our arrival. They did not check the room before our arrival although we paid for the whole day. No compensation or sorry from the staff!!!

Transportation
There is no shuttle bus to the airport and if you arrive late you are looking at around 45 – 50 Euros for 13 kms with a taxi unless you are Italian and know the bus routes which most stop at 12 midnight. The hotel is very far from Rome centre if you use public transport, otherwise be prepared to pay a taxi 30 - 50 Euros for each single journey. However if you choose to stay in this hotel then some advise on saving money on transport: You need to take the bus with number 778 or 708 for half our trip to the nearest metro station which is Palasport. There is a bus every half hour so if it is winter or autumn, be prepared to wear warm clothes or you will freeze. Then you need to take the metro for another 9 stops (another half hour) until the main train station in order to be able to visit the different points of interest.

Location
There are no supermarkets, decent restaurants in the area. The hotel offers poor breakfast nothing related with sports nutrition.

Food - Drinks
There is no decent food or drinks after breakfast time. Forget it!!! And this is a sports hotel. Flashnews: Do they know that people doing sports need nutrition and supplementation? I guess another gimmick to get clients! I was devastated as I am doing sports professionally and expected at least something more with protein than eggs in the breakfast.

Gym
The gym is a public gym with many people using it, however you can use it without a fee. We did not use the pool because so many people were doing aquaerobics leaving just one lane empty in which 10 people swimmed. There is also a glass window overlooking the pool for spectators. The sports bar? Its a joke. 3 old sandwiches and lots of soft drinks. Fresh Juices, proteins, sports nutrition? ha, you wish!!! if you are in bodybuilding make sure you take your aminos and proteins with you (as well as cooking equipment or canned food). The equipment is old Technogym but substantial to exercise decently.

Other services
When we asked a cable to use the Internet they gave us a cable 10 cm long. There is no wifi so you are stuck in using your laptop on the dressing table. No room service. Actually no service at all besides the crap breakfast. Make sure you close well your room door

Verdict
Will never return back. This hotel needs a decent managerial staff to reinvent it and realise what a sports hotel should be. There are falsely advertising as sports hotel. They should be advertised as the place you go to starve yourself.

  • Stayed: October 2011, traveled as a couple
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Address: Via Domenico Jachino 181, 00144 Rome, Italy
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Location: Italy > Lazio > Rome
Amenities:
Bar / Lounge Business Center with Internet Access Fitness Center with Gym / Workout Room Free Breakfast Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi ) Free Parking Children Activities (Kid / Family Friendly) Restaurant Room Service Shuttle Bus service Spa Swimming Pool Wheelchair access
Hotel Style:
#39 Spa Hotel in Rome
#125 Business Hotel in Rome
#208 Luxury Hotel in Rome
#220 Romantic Hotel in Rome
Price Range: $86 - $158 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Hotel Class:4 star — All Time Relais & Sport Hotel 4*
Number of rooms: 69
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