The Dei Cesari is definetly an out-dated hotel, which can be seen as charming or depressing. What the hotel does have is professional staff, and a beautful coastline as a backdrop. As mentioned the building is split into two different wings. If you are in the main building (where reception is) you must go through an underground tunnel to get to the beach. The hotel's own beach area is, well, not memorable. However, all one needs to do is walk about 8 minutes along the beach in order to get a nicer resting area.
Breakfast was sparse, but enough. I didn't try any other meal at the hotel. Around the hotel are a handful of restuarants, but not too many. However, I had one of my best meals in Italy in Anzio; and it wasn't crazy expensive. Anzio is a costal town, so try the Sea food.
Rome isn't exactly close, but it's not crazy far. The train station is a 5 minute walk from the hotel. If I remember correctly, the train ticket from Anzio to rome was about 4 euros each way and it's about a 50 minute train ride entering Rome's central station. The train runs every hour I believe.
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- Also Known As:
- Grand Hotel Anzio
- Grand Hotel Dei Cesari Anzio, Italy - Rome