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Flaminio Village Bungalow Park
Ranked #41 of 1,148 Specialty Lodging in Rome
Reviewed August 30, 2013

I think this camping is really far away from the center of roma, there are a lot of mosquitoes and it is very difficult to arrive. For the other hand you have to wear a helmet for the swimming pool, I'm sure this is unnecessary on a discover swimming pool. The service was brilliant and the zone camp was great too, I've to recomend the restaurant, there are the biggest calzones I've never tried

  • Stayed: August 2013
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Reviewed August 26, 2013

We booked a basic bungalow here on a trip to Rome, mainly as it was last minute and the flights were expensive so we looked for something at the budget end and were impressed.

They run a paid shuttle service to / from the 2 airports but when I called to book this (the day before) I was too late so they kindly ordered a taxi for us (45 Euros from Fumicino). On arrival we were checked in by some very helpful staff who provided us with a map of the village / camp site and marked all the important parts on it along with their opening times. Just so you know everyone seems to stop at midday and then restart at 4pm.

The room was clean, air conditioning very effective, bathroom was nice, TV was basic but you don't go to Rome to watch TV do you? The room wasn't cleaned during our 4 night stay but I didn't expect it to be. If you need fresh towels ask at reception.

There's a pool with bar / snack, a separate bar / snack area and a restaurant which also served breakfast. Breakfast was included in our package and whilst it was basic and the same every day it was enough for us. The pool area was very clean and had a lifeguard. Swimming hats are compulsory for everyone but can be bought at the pool bar for 2 euros.

There was also a shop onsite that sold basics mainly for campers and a Carrefour in the shopping centre outside the entrance. There's also a bank there as you'll need Euros as cards don't appear to be taken on site.

There's an information kiosk on site where very patient staff will help you with anything you need - train tickets, times, shuttles, bus tours, museums etc.

Wifi is available at 5 euros for 3 days from when activated. Not the fastest but if you want web and email it's fine. Once the voucher is paired with the device then it is locked to that device, so if you want it on your phone and computer you'll need 2 vouchers.

We used the train to get into Rome and the cost was 15.5 Euros for 3 days that included all train, metro, bus and tram travel although we didn't use either of the latter. If you have a map of the transport system look for the Due Ponte station. Trains into town seemed a little random in terms of times and bear in mind that there was engineering work going on so the trains going in the other direction were also stopping at the "Trains for Rome" platform which confused a lot of people. If the train has "Flaminio" on the front then that one goes to Rome. "Montebello" trains go out of town. Journey is about 10 minutes.

As has been mentioned in other reviews, there's a very important red button to the right of the door. Keep an eye on which the train has left the station before ("Tor Di Quinto") (or gone through without stopping) and press it. A red light above the door will indicate that the train is going to stop at Due Ponte. If nobody presses this button then the train may sail through the station and if it's the last one you've got an interesting journey home...

On our last day we didn't have to leave for the airport until 4pm (checkout is officially 10 but they said 12 was OK) and they were happy for us to leave our cases at reception then use their shower block to freshen up before travelling.

All in all an excellent base from which to visit Rome or just spend some time chilling out around the pool.

  • Stayed: August 2013, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed August 21, 2013

Stayed here in December 2012 for 5 nights, while it was adequate for my needs please be aware it is quite a way outside of the main things to see in Rome, we didnt use the buses but the train is the easiest way to get into Rome and there is a rundown station nearby (Du Ponte) as others have said though be sure to ring the bell before your stop otherwise the train goes right through. As to the accommodation itself while it was clean and spacious enough it was pretty cold in Rome in December and the heating in the caravan was very temperamental, sometimes turning itself off randomly. Breakfast was fine if a little sparse and the onsite restaurant bar while pricy was of a good quality. Overall we enjoyed our stay and the staff were very helpful and polite.

  • Stayed: December 2012, traveled with friends
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Thank Stephen E
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Reviewed August 14, 2013

We extended our 3 night stay to 8 nights, the kids had a great time, easy to get to Rome, nice clean site, the toilets are excellent. The staff are all helpful, they have a ticket centre on camp and they reserved our tickets at the colosseum for us. Good facilites, 2 restaurants and a bar by the pool that also offeres food, overall we were very happy, if I had to say anything negative it would be nice if the pitches were bigger.

  • Stayed: July 2013, traveled with family
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1  Thank Samantha M
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Reviewed July 21, 2013

This is a camping environment. If you like this type of place then by all means visit. I checked in and promptly checked out and went to a very nice hotel. Not my type of place but then again in all fairness I am not the camping type of person. The bungalow was basic and the mattress and bedspread looked like it has seen better days. I was afraid of bedbugs to I left.

  • Stayed: July 2013, traveled solo
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Reviewed July 12, 2013

We stayed 4 in a 2 chamber bungalow, 350eur/3 nights. Lousy breakfast!!No towel change or room cleaning during the whole stay. There is a bus stop right next to the entrance, a Carrefour market across the street (and you can even cook in the room - there is a gas cooker, dishes, some pans)- nearby, Due Ponti train station (you need to cross a filthy underground passage).The trains are not air-conditioned and during our stay there were problems with the train schedule - under-staffed?! (the infodesk was very informative and helpful). The bus alternative took much longer to get to city center: 40min with a change bus 200 to tram 2, versus 15min by train, not counting the waiting (the day we took it, we waited about half an hour...)

  • Stayed: July 2013, traveled with family
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1  Thank Melania V
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Reviewed June 14, 2013

I would recommend this place for people who like to be out of the city centre with a swimming pool and some rest.Excellent service with OK bungalow and good cleanliness.

The connection to the city centre with the city train to MetroStation Flaminio is good. But note that the last train leaves the city at 22u40 already...

  • Stayed: June 2013, traveled as a couple
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1  Thank Thomas B
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Address: Via Flaminia 821, 00189 Rome, Italy
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Location: Italy > Lazio > Rome
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Bar / Lounge Free Parking Restaurant Shuttle Bus service Swimming Pool
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Ranked #41 of 1,148 Specialty Lodging in Rome
Price Range: $32 - $146 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Hotel Class:4 star — Flaminio Village Bungalow Park 4*
Number of rooms: 90
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