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Camping Village Roma

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I cam here on 17th June 2017 for 3 nights with my 16yr old daughter and her friend.Rome is so expensive but I wanted to show the girls around the city, and because this place was cheaper it was worth getting the bus in and out of the city centre (about 45 minutes journey).Just buy a 3day bus/train pass when you land at the airport or at the first bus/train station. The room at Village Roma is not the type I would stay in, 3 small beds (anyone in the top bunk had to be a gymnast to get in and out of bed), and the air con unit on the wall might as well have been an ice cube on a plate. Nevertheless, we were there to explore and have fun, so when you can get over the meagre lodgings, this place has it all. We arrived to find a disco in full swing (this place is definitely for teenagers/young adults), lots of singing , drinking, dancing, but all good fun and no trouble. Breakfast was pretty decent and a good selection so I would recommend paying for that. there is a supermarket that sells EVERYTHING over the road (I bought a bottle of prosecco for 2 euros that was passable), but no fridge in the lodge I was in. We travelled out in the morning into the city, then back late afternoon to get a few hours around the pool: This was was very hot when we visited so cooling off was welcome. The pool area is lively so don't expect tranquility here, but it was well maintained and clean. So really, if you have teenage children (or even a few littlies) this place throws some fun into the trip for them.

Stayed here in November for two nights as part of a tour in one of the three bed cabins. The main issue with our room was that the heater was broken so that it was either off or on about 40C so that it was too hot, however, we did not report the problem. Upon arrival our room also had no toilet paper and we found the shower went cold fairly quickly. The beds were average. To get into the actual city of Rome where all the tourist attractions are involved a bus and a train and took probably half an hour if not longer. I would say it is good for a cheap stay and would probably be a lot nicer in better temperatures but better off staying in central Rome if you can afford it as each of the cabins has different maintenance issues (another cabin had no working lights and for another the door would not open).

I had a great time in the hostel, from check in with Claudia who was polite funny and very welcoming. Best part all the way was the fountain toilet in the cafeteria. Super clean rooms with clean sheets and towels. Highly recommend checking in after Claudia starts she super knowledgeable and very helpful.

I stayed 7 nights in a bungalow at Camping Village Roma with 2 of my friends and we were all very disappointed. The place looked much worse in real life than in the pictures on Booking. The bungalow was extra small, it smelled very bad, the bunk bed was in fact a shelf, the heating wasn't always working (it was 'provided' by an old air conditioner), the floor had a hole in it and the bed crashed under me not once, but 3 times (my weight is 75 kg). We will never return to this place. The only good points are the shower cabin (which was almost bigger than the bungalow itself and had fine hot water) and the free parking slot - this is the reason for what this place got a 2/5 rating from me instead of 1/5.

Stayed here last August for a family Holiday. It didn’t start smoothly as we expected. We had a late check in 11pm. When we got at the site we were all knackered. I was promised a cot will be ready by the time we check in. But then the reception lady said that since I requested it late ( coz I mentioned it again during check in) we can’t have it until the next day. Luckily I brought a copy of our email a week before by Silvia G. saying that they’ll have it ready for me. So they told us someone will come and set it up. 1am the 2 guys came with a cot that was broken and I don’t think they have any idea how to set it up. Bless them they did try but they were making too much noise I don’t want my baby to wake up anymore to we just put him in between us but I didn’t sleep coz I was scared someone gonna roll on top of him. Any way sorted it out by lunch time. The place was ok. Easy access to shops and there’s a nice pasta restaurant beside the supermarket. The restaurant inside was ok but service was slow specially when it’s busy. There was once we had a free meal coz our service run for more than an hour and my daughter was basically lying on the table because of hunger. Told them I don’t mind paying as long as they serve the food immediately coz my kids were about to faint from hunger. We love the swimming pool. I wish there are some other form of entertainment though. Easy access on transportation and good parking.

Stayed here with a group in one of the chalets. It's a bit away from the city center, but there is a bus station right in front of the gates and the bus I've used goes every hour. I don't know if there is easier way to get to the city, but after maybe 5-6 stops I'd switch to metro and then it's quite easy to get anywhere you want. There is a supermarket right across the road along with a bar and McDonald's nearby. I didn't use the restaurant in the village. I've noticed there's a pool inside the complex, which is really nice and made me want to come here again in summer. As for the accommodation it is very nice, nothing special, but it's not bad. Both rooms in chalet have their own bathroom and you have a nice kitchen with air condition. I couldn't connect on wifi, but it didn't really affect me so it's not influencing my opinion. Also a small issue I've had: the fuse would go off every time I've used a hair dryer. Would stay here again.

We decided to book into one of the lodges at Camping Village Rome because the prices of the hotels in the city were ridiculous. (We booked last minute). We was anxious beforehand about the distance from the city and how we would get back and forth, however when we arrived we was pleased to find that there was a shuttle bus service every half an hour to and from the centre and it only cost €2 each ! There’s a supermarket across the main (very busy) road which sells everything! Being in a lodge , makes it easier to cook food and enjoy sitting outside in the sunshine rather than sat in a hotel room. We was very surprised how sunny it was in April and even sunbathed one day, but the pool was too cold to go in. Unfortunately there was no entertainment on at night time and it felt rather quiet, but that may be because of the time of year we decided to come. I would definitely come again in the summer- maybe then there will be more to offer at night , so you didn’t have to go back out to the city to entertain yourself.

We spent 2 nights here and both were wonderful. We were 3 girls staying in one of the cabins. The cabin had air conditioning which was perfect because the temperature was incredibly hot while we were there. The pool was beautiful and relaxing. The onsite restaurant was absolutely delicious and the staff were super friendly. The patio has hanging umbrellas to protect from the sun which was super beautiful. There's a bar that turns into a night club in the evening which is pretty convenient since Rome itself is quite a bit away from the campground. The drinks were cheap and the music was good. Brodie (my now husband) kissed me for the first time on that dance floor. Bus About tours have an onsite location which makes it perfect to catch your tour bus in the early morning. I honestly don't have a single complaint about this camp ground.

I stayed here as part of a group, but then stayed on for an extra 2 nights with just 1 other friend. We went out for the day, someone broke into the room and stole EVERYTHING. As if that wasn't bad enough, when we complained to the staff (who were totally incompetent) they actually laughed. No sympathy whatsoever, and made us feel like we had done something wrong. I have stayed in some pretty awful places in my time traveling but I have NEVER stayed in somewhere where the staff have such contempt for their guests. Ive never resorted to commenting on trip advisor, but felt I had to warn others.

I first stayed in Camping Village in 2012, the place was very affordable and just what a youngster needs. I returned in 2017 and got 2 nicer rooms and i can say the place can be for trios with family and friends, there are many choices and all affordable. There is a bus right next to Camping Village and it comes very often. It's not in city center, but it isnt't far by bus and metro. Would recomend to someone looking for an affordanle place next to public transportation in Rome.

Via Aurelia, 831 Rome RM

Hotel highlights

  • Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
  • Free parking
  • Onsite dining
  • Nightclub

Located in Aurelio, Camping Village Roma is within a 15-minute drive of popular attractions such as Campo de' Fiori and Castel Sant'Angelo. This 300-room campground welcomes guests with conveniences like a restaurant, an outdoor pool, and free in-room WiFi. Located centrally in Rome, it's also close to St. Peter's Basilica and Sistine Chapel.


Enjoy a bite to eat at the campground's restaurant, or relax with a drink at the bar/lounge. Get a pick-me-up at the coffee shop/café.


Camping Village Roma's 300 air-conditioned accommodations provide patios and private yards. Guests can stay connected with free WiFi. Free toiletries are also available. Limited housekeeping is available.

Property features

Guests of Camping Village Roma have access to a nightclub, an outdoor pool, and 2 spa tubs. You can take advantage of free parking, along with an airport shuttle (available 24 hours) for EUR 14 per person one-way. The front desk has multilingual staff that can help with concierge services, luggage storage, and securing valuables. Additional amenities include free WiFi in public areas, laundry facilities, and a convenience store.

Reviews from Trip Advisor

Trip Advisor aggregated rating

64.0% of guests recommend this hotel

Total of 1571 reviews