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Camping Village Roma
Ranked #32 of 1,170 Specialty Lodging in Rome
Reviewed July 28, 2013

Stayed at one of the bungalows during our Expat Explore trip- for bungalows, this is really decent. People would complain that there isn't much space- well, I am an average sized person and I was just fine! Besides, you go there to sleep. Most important for me, and I think majority of travelers, is that there beds were clean, you get a clean towel, the place has an A/C, shower and a toilet. What else do you want?

There is a decent pool, shop (and a supermarket on the other side of the road), place to store your luggage if you came a bit too early or wanna do a late check out, Internet Cafe and WiFi. If you like to party, there is something every night; if you want to rest, you can do just that.

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  • Stayed: July 2013, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed July 25, 2013

Good place to stay if you're on a budget. Tents are small but surprisingly comfortable. It is a bit of a nuisance getting into Rome itself but not impossible. The shared facilities were very good and always clean, but it was very frustrating that they shut the facilities for cleaning at 7am, when a lot of people were wanting to get ready before heading into Rome for the day!!

  • Stayed: July 2013, traveled solo
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Reviewed July 25, 2013 via mobile

Camping Roma was a pretty good place to stay. I stayed in 3 person bungalow, it was quite small for the 3 of us but we have our shower and toilet, air conditioning so that was a plus.
It wasnt right in the city, had to catch a metro and bus to and from the city centre and the camping village.

It has its own supermarket, which is cheap, laundrette, post box, they sell stamps, bar, club, restaurant and pool.

It overall is a pretty good place to stay, everything is there for you.

I would stay there again

  • Stayed: July 2013
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Reviewed July 22, 2013

My husband and I stayed at Camping Villange Roma, for 1 week, july 2013. at first glence, I was a bit worried. There is a lot of young partying people on the camping site, and the bungalows are really basic, and could use some up-dates. But when that is said, I can only recommend the place. It is big, the swimmingpool is nice and big, and the shuttle to the city, is on time every time (although it would have been nice, if there were more than one stop - it stops only at Vatican, so after one week, using the shuttle every day, you sort of have seen the vatican).
We used those yellow or orange ear-plugs every night, not that I think it would have been totally impossible to sleep without, but with them in, it was totally nice and quit.
I would go again, if ever camping in Italy near Rome - so if you don't expect to much, and keep in ming, that you get what you pay - just go ahead, pick Camping Village Roma

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

We stayed in a bungalow, was small but comfortable, shower was nice and hot with good pressure. Facilities are awesome, nice pool and pool side bar. The free wifi was terrible in the cabins but good in the bar and restraunt. Is is a party campsite though, with bus loads of tours staying there all early twenties who like to drink and make noise, with parties at the bar at night. There was a few families around though.

  • Stayed: July 2013, traveled with friends
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Reviewed July 20, 2013 via mobile

Currently staying here as part of a top deck tour and I'm extremely happy. Staying in permanent tents not far from bathrooms, bar and pool/pool bar are quite lovely as well. Very handy to have a on site super market and a panorama across the road. Very good, thanks again!

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Reviewed July 15, 2013

I have just had a great week in Rome, but same cant be said for this camp - the tent got SO hot during the day(especially if you couldnt leave the door open) and although there were good connections into town it did take about an hour to get there using the cheeper public transport.

I didnt use the resaurant on site, the 'Ciao Bella', although the reveiws from the girls I shared a tent with were very mixed from 'best I've had' to 'never go there' so you can make your mind up when you get there. The store is actually really good, and two pots of yougart in the morning from there for 75cent is pretty good compared to the 6.50euro breakfast they offer which I tried at the Venice camp and it is NOT worth the money - go get a couple pots of gelato in town instead!

laundry facities are very nice, lots of machines, very easy to use, clean and easy access plus security camera's so your clothes dont get nicked! little bit on the steep side at 8euro for a wash & dry....

the tent i stayed in was great - I booked a mixed tent but fortuanatly ended up sharing with two other girls who were delightful! definetly an improvement on the pervy spanish guys i shared with in Venice! the cleanliness of the room was APPALING! i dropped my black skirt on the floor and when i picked it up it was so filthy I actually ended up just putting it straight in my laundry pile. i think the only cleaning done around here is changing the sheets - these tents need a SCRUB!

there seemed to be a great number of people of a similar age at the start of the week (18-21) but then suddenly coach loads of 15 year olds turned up and seemed to think that the bar at night was the best thing in the world and took full advantage of the fact the bar men weren't asking for ID. cue the 11.30pm mass vomiting by little girls who cant handle their drink in the shared bathrooms that were used by all of the people camping in the tents. i was NOT impressed by this. they should have some kind of system where alcohol can NOT be served to underages - different coloured wrist bands or something?! severely irritated about this bit of my stay as not only did they stink out the bathrooms one of these little critters also knicked my wallet with BOTH my ID's in it.
this is also where my severe rating for service comes from because when i asked the barmen that night if anything had been handed in they were SO rude to me I almost cried. I have NEVER known anyone working at one of these facilities to be so rude in my life. they seemed to not give two hoots about the fact my wallet had been stollen and instead went straight back to flirting with cleavege baring 15 year olds who where willing to spend more money than someone who had had theirs knicked. these two men are the reason i shall NEVER come back to this camp ground again.

on the plus side the pool was very nice, although really shallow which annoyed me as I am an underwater swimmer, plus there was very little shade anywhere around the pool, there only seemed to be about 20 shades for well over 100 deck chairs. why?! people burn you know...

generally this place covers everything that is needed, from a pool, to evening bar, to spare capervan parts sold in the on-site store. however none of these elements is individually amazing. worth the 10euro a night. no more. I definetly recomend getting a bungalow if there's a few of you and you have the budget for it. but on a whole its not really worth it. i dont sugar coat these reviews this is how it was - just appauling.

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  • Stayed: July 2013, traveled solo
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Address: Via Aurelia, 831, 00165 Rome, Italy
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Location: Italy > Lazio > Rome
Amenities:
Bar / Lounge Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi ) Restaurant Shuttle Bus service Swimming Pool Airport Transportation
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Ranked #32 of 1,170 Specialty Lodging in Rome
Price Range: $23 - $53 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Hotel Class:2 star — Camping Village Roma 2*
Number of rooms: 600
Official Description (provided by the hotel):
Camping Village Roma is only few minutes from the Vatican, the centre of Rome. It's the perfect location to explore the beauties of the Capital. The resort stretches for about 7 hectares and is complete with outdoor pools and restaurant and a lot of other services form laundry to airport shuttle. A perfect mix of nature, freedom, art and culture, good food and fun! Open all year-round Camping Village Roma offers Superior Bungalow, family accommodation, budget and deluxe bungalow and pitches for tents, campers and caravan! ... more   less 
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