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I Pini Family Park
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Reviewed September 28, 2012

The Room was clean as well as the campsite itself, however I am rating only 2 starts for the following reasons:

1- I woke up during the night a couple times with mostly German youngsters talking loudly or just partying outside throughout the night showing no respect to the others.

2 - The internet advertised as "free wi-fi" never ever worked. Even after notifying the reception I have been told there was too many people connected at the same time and nothing was done so I would say "Useless wi-fi service" as it would not work even for reading e-mails. I had 3G service available on my phone with the company "Wind" but due to the location of the campsite it did not work either.

3 - The reception is always crowded so you might have to stand on queue for a good hour or so before you are called.

4 - Be aware that the buses running to and from "Cornelia metro station" are very unreliable, so only stay in this campsite if you are rather willing to walk about 2Km (which would not be a safe thing to do in that area of Rome at night time) or wait for over one hour at the bus stop.

Room Tip: As you get off Cornelia metro station following the directions for "Piazza Irnerio" you will find a bus stop just before a McDonnalds at the corner on which is served by the bus 246, but as an alternative you can turn right at the McDonnalds and walk till the next bus stop on which you will now have the option of taking the bus 246 as well as 247 lines that goes to the same direction of the campsite.
  • Stayed: September 2012, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed September 23, 2012

Spent 5 nights in this hostel. The cabins were well kept and so was the outdoor areas. it has a good few amenities to keep you occupied. There is even a supermarket on site. The bad side however is its location, it is located 2.5km from the nearest metro station. To get from the metro to the site you have to take the dreaded number 246 bus! Isay dreaded as it seems to only work on the hour. So if you miss it, you willbe standing around in your shorts and t shirt for 60 minutes! Very frustrating! I walked back twice rather than wait and I beat the bus back (2.5km)

The reception always seems to have a crowd outside it which makes for slow service even for just enquiries. Also the on site wifi is poor with the connection constantly dropping out.

When I was there I would say 95% of the people staying there were young Germans out for a good time...so the site can become quite loud.

In conclusion despite its problems I would return.

Room Tip: Ask for a room away from the bar - you will be awake half the night if you don't!
  • Stayed: September 2012, traveled with friends
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Thank Philipstown
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Reviewed September 9, 2012

Check in- the cabin wasn't ready when they said it would be so I had to go back, it took hours! Getting from reception to your cabin/tent requires walking up pathways & sets of stairs which is hard work, you will be sweating with your bags in tow! Wifi connection is slow & doesn't always work.

Don't book a tent- they are way too hot & you won't get any sleep, pay the extra for a cabin/bungalow which have air con. Cabins are small with no fridge, but the beds/bathrooms are fine. An okay option for 1-2 nights. Public toilet/showers were fine & clean.

Any longer book a bungalow! Bungalows have a kitchen with fridge, stove and lots more room- a much better option to share with friends!

The restaurant is average quality. There is a store for food/alcohol etc on the campsite but if it's open go to the supermarket over the road- so much cheaper & it's huge. The power went out in a friend's cabin & it took them hours to fix. We reminded them maybe 3 times.

Pool area is good for relaxing and cooling off during the day. At night there is the bar/club which is average. If it was any good it would have saved this place! I preferred to have drinks with friends outside the cabins, except you get told to move on to the club by security around 11pm:(

One night I walked with a couple of friends to the McDonalds just across & down the road 1 minute. DO NOT DO THIS! GIRLS ESPECIALLY! There were prostitutes standing all along the road literally outside the campsite soliciting passing cars! For this reason I would not go into Rome at night, getting back late to this campsite would be unsafe.

Getting into Rome was hopeless. There is a bus stop right outside the campsite but buses don't run on time, you can sit there for over half an hour before one comes randomly. The bus drops you on the outskirts of Rome (never worked out where) then you get an underground train for a while. Then getting the right bus back to the campsite was so confusing! After about an hour we just gave up and from then on got taxi's in & out of Rome. The taxi ride from campsite to Rome is about 20 euro and takes maybe 15 mins- longer during peak hour.

Just find a hostel inside the city of Rome!

  • Stayed: July 2012, traveled solo
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Thank soloftravel
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Reviewed September 2, 2012

On arrival at i pini we were surprised at how desolate the area was,we had a car thank goodness but it does state that no car needed. swimming pool was quite dirty didnt see it get checked once,or cleaned.shower block was dirty there was one block for the whole site,and they were very dated.The restaurant food was a poor representation of italian food,late in the evening dogs would start barking and not stop until the next morning this happened everynight of our nine night stay.The only redeeming factor of this campsite is the animation team who worked very hard indeed.

  • Stayed: August 2012
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Thank loopylou70
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Reviewed August 30, 2012

Stayed in a 3 person tent, which managed to stay relitively cool compared to outside. The campsite has everything you need, supermarket, laundry room, restaurant, pool bar, night club and pools, and everything is very reasonably priced! The pools are smaller than appear in the photos, but still nice. A bit out of the centre of Rome, but there is a handy shuttle bus to the Vatican. We did see a few rats when staying here, but never near the tents. Would recommend it to anyone who would like a city break with a country side feel.

  • Stayed: August 2012, traveled with friends
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Thank zoeprue
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