If you’re looking for a family-friendly hotel in Tarquinia, look no further than Hotel Tarconte.
While staying at Hotel Tarconte, visitors can check out Necropoli dei Monterozzi (1.3 mi) and Necropoli di Tarquinia (1.4 mi), some of Tarquinia's top attractions.
Hotel Tarconte is a family-friendly hotel offering air conditioning in the rooms, and it is easy to stay connected during your stay as free wifi is offered to guests.
The hotel features 24 hour front desk, room service, and a gift shop. Plus, guests can enjoy breakfast, which has made this a popular choice among travellers visiting Tarquinia. For guests with a vehicle, free parking is available.
While in Tarquinia, you may want to check out some of the restaurants that are a short walk away from Hotel Tarconte, including La Capanna del Buttero (0.0 mi), Ristorante Il Pesciolino (0.4 mi), and Patisserie - Belle Helene (0.4 mi).
Plus, during your trip, don't forget to check out a , such as Fontana monumentale.
The staff at Hotel Tarconte looks forward to serving you during your upcoming visit.
My wife and I stayed 1 night with the hotels Special PrePay. After visiting the Cerveteri Necropolis, we drove 50 km north to this hotel, arriving at noon. An English speaking receptionist processed our passports, provided information concerning the internet and breakfast then handed over the heavy key. We took the elevator to the 2nd floor and found our room # 210. The adequate size accommodated the comfortable queen with shelves, closet wardrobe, table and chair, footstool refer, small wall TV(no English) and bathroom with liquid soap and a very small shower. French doors open to a wonderful view over the houses and farmland to the open sea. A full shutter keeps it quiet at night. The secure internet was intermittent but the 7:30AM serviced breakfast was complete with quality food. We liked this hotel's location, centered between the Centro Commerciale, Archeological Museum, and the Necropolis of Tarquinia.…
This was a horrible location. The police showed us how to get there, There is self parking, not free parking. To get coffee you have to walk. The staff was not always friendly, Breakfast was not served and food was left on the counter under a cover if you wanted some food. I would not recommend this hotel to anyone
This hotel was seen it's better days... for one night at late arrival or before an early depature - sure, why not. It must have been great in early 90's. It didn't have any real flaws and yet it was seriously outdated in comparison to competitors in the area.
Excellent alternative to Civitavecchia when cruising Accessible to beaches at Lido Hotel has nice terrace with view and interesting Etruscan tomb Dad Romano and daughter Francesca very kind and helpful Made us feel at home
We had a room with a queen and single bed so we had sufficient space to spread out. There was a love seat and a upholstered chair plus a desk chair and a luggage rack. The wardrobe had small drawers and hanging space in it but the hangers were those horrible ones that dont detach from the bar. Unfortunately, they were worn out and the hangers with clothes on them popped out of the attachment. The floor of the closet was very soiled and a shirt picked up oily dirt. We cleaned the surfaces so that no such accidents would happen again. The bathroom is nicely outfitted with space to put bathroom supplies and has nice towels. The breakfast had great croissants, nice rolls and great chocolate torte. The cheese and cold meats were not spectacular. There was a small amount of fruit. The fact that you could order espresso, cappuccino and regular coffee fresh was a great compensation for any other deficits. The staff were competent and caring.…