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Reviewed 23 August 2019

The hotel is lovely to look at, good location and the rooms are small but adequate. If you book this hotel book your shuttle to the cruise ship at the same time, it will be free. The hotel concierges, Alisandro, however is not reliable for information. He suggested I go to Wind, an internet store, for a SIM card for my phone that I was looking for. When I got there they were going to charge me 60 Euros for a 1 month SIM card, meanwhile I knew it should be 20 to 30 Euros. They informed me I would not find another store close by, “It would be far away”. 2 blocks up is a Tim store and it was 20 for 4 weeks. The other misleading information was the shuttle to the ship, he was going to charge me 14 euros plus 2 Euros for each bag, to take the hotel shuttle to the ship. In a short walk using google maps and asking people as I went, I found a free shuttle to the ship. He told me about an 80 year old couple who could not get a taxi, (I had asked about a taxi instead) because it is so busy, so I would for certain need their shuttle because no one knows where the ship will be docked until very late. When I went for my walk, to see where the port was located, I did find where to pick up the free shuttle.
When I got back, I told him to cancel my shuttle for tomorrow because I would be taking a free bus shuttle and suggested he not send anyone to Wind.

Date of stay: July 2019
1  Thank A M
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Reviewed 19 August 2019 via mobile

We stayed at this hotel for one night waiting for our cruise to begin. And this is really what this is about.

Nothing to see. Ideally located walking distance from the cruise terminal (20 minutes walk). We still took the transfer which is expensive but with 4 big piece of luggage, the walk seemed too long.

The room was big but the bathroom looked like it had not been renovated for 20 years. The beds were not comfortable. Although the hotel is facing the beach, you do not see anything from the rooms. No charm, and everything is outdated. But in any event, there is nothing to see in Civitavecchia.

Only reason to stay there is because you are taking a cruise. Otherwise, look elsewhere.

Date of stay: August 2019
Trip type: Travelled with family
3  Thank DDO_9
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Reviewed 15 August 2019 via mobile

We stayed at this hotel for 1 night pre-cruise.

This hotel is the best in Civitivecchia, but that is not a great compliment.

The rooms are very dated with , old, cheap beds (like you would find in a hostel), bathrooms straight from the 70s, and an air con that didn’t work properly.

We booked a junior suite thinking that it might be a half way decent room - we were wrong. The ‘suite’ is basically a room with a very high ceiling that has had a mezzanine floor installed. Admittedly, it does have views out over the Med but this didn’t make up for the room being below par in every other sense.

The bed is located upstairs, accessible only by a very steep staircase (which in reality is probably more like a ladder than a set of stairs) so if you have any mobility issues whatsoever, or even if you are just a little unsteady on your feet, I would avoid this room type at all costs. If you were to fall down the mezzanine stairs, I have no doubt that you would break bones and probably put and end to your holiday.

If you are going on a cruise leaving from this Port, I think you’re much better off staying in Rome proper and travelling to Civitivecchia on the day of your cruise.

Date of stay: September 2018
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 11 August 2019 via mobile

Booked as a gap between disembarking from a cruise ship and flying home on a late flight. Hotel is well located between port and station. We just needed a safe place for luggage and a quick shower.
Allocated room 208. Photos of room,en-suite and view.I have added photos so you can see the standard of this 4 star establishment.

Date of stay: August 2019
Trip type: Travelled with family
3  Thank 11jac
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Reviewed 5 August 2019

Comfortable, quiet, well-run hotel close to Port Civitavecchia. Very good shuttle service from FCO airport to hotel and from hotel direct to your cruise ship. Clean rooms; excellent restaurant for lunch and dinner; free breakfast buffet; lots of local restaurants close by; very helpful hotel staff; very good bar at hotel. Bring a U.S style electrical converter.

Date of stay: July 2019
1  Thank Buck G
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