All the staff were very friendly and helpful. Their are about six stairs to the lift and the offered to help with our cases. They provided a map of the town and various suggestions for dinner (the one we decided on was excellent). The continental breakfast was all fresh with a lot of variety. The breakfast coffee was the best in town. The room is a little dated but was exceptionally clean. As a location to check out the town before or after cruises it is perfect as it is only a very short walk to the shuttle buses, or just little longer to the port. This was one of the best hotels we have stayed at in this price range. We did stay in room 407 which is a large room with a private terrace, which we loved. We have no hesitation in highly recommending this hotel.
This nice hotel which was close to the cruise terminal was ideal for us. The people were very pleasant and helpful. The price was very reasonable and the included breakfast was great. We shall stay again next year when we again cruise from here.
Desk staff with Giuseppe and Luigi were a real pleasure. Dealt with Giuseppe several times making reservations via e-mail for three couples and his English and quick replies made it very easy. At check in our rooms were very hot but happily the air conditioners in each room worked very well. Rooms were small with only bed and one chair and small closet but super clean.Continental breakfasts were not a lot of choices but were good and coffee and specialty coffee and tea were included and made on the spot and excellent. We all stayed three nights before the cruise and this town which is Rome's sea connection was a historic walled city on the water side and has a great walkway with wonderful views and restaurants and bars along it. Not much shopping available in town except high end but good eating and wine stops and a large market well worth exploring. Next to the hotel is the best pizza place in town with small seating area and bar upstairs. Small grocery a short block away where nice inexpensive wine and prosecco can be purchased.…
This hotel is perfectly located per cruise guesses. It is a very short walk to the cruise terminal entrance. (about 200 steps). More importantly, the hotel itself is very nice. It's a small Italian hotel located near restaurants and shopping. The hotel is managed A great guy named Guiseppe. He made us feel like honored guesses. If I had to do it over again i would have booked for 2 or 3 nights. Civitavecchia is a wonder ful place to visit.
Clean, all persons working at front desk are polite, pleasant end knowledgeable. Breakfast was nice, continental. Cappuccino for breakfast yum. Rooms were clean, bed a little stiff but extra blankets and pillows. The keys (with the weighted fobs) they give you are about two pounds each! Leave them at the desk. It is a three minute walk to the entrance to the port shuttle.