Courtyard Rome Central Park4.0 out of 5.0
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I have stayed at both the Courtyard Rome Central Park and the Marriott Rome Park hotel. I prefer the Courtyard because it is more convenient to the Vatican, regional train, and Metro subway. The Gemelli station is a 5-10 minute walk, very convenient. Ride the train to the Valle Aurelia stop and transfer to the subway to go to Ottaviano stop for Vatican Museums. It is inexpensive and clean. Alternatively, you can order a taxi from the front desk and it was always there within 5 minutes. There is also a hotel shuttle to the Vatican that we took several times. Be aware that the shuttle does not run in the middle of the day so keep the schedule with you. The shuttle always ran on time. Also, purchase the shuttle ticket, $3 euro from the front desk before waiting on the sidewalk out front for the shuttle’s arrival. It is possible to return to the hotel, if you want, based upon location, and to return to the city for dinner. This is logistically nearly impossible from the Marriott Rome Park since it is near the airport. They also offer a shuttle that you pay for but we always spent the entire day and evening in Rome due to the distance to the hotel. The view from the room balcony of St Peter’s is very nice and there is a seating area on the front of the hotel with tables, trees, and flowers where you can sit outside to eat. The hamburgers from the restaurant Bistro are very good. The buffet breakfast is not god and not worth the $15 euro per person. It’s advertised as an American breakfast but the bacon is terribly undercooked, the eggs are soupy, and the coffee is not good. The hotel staff is friendly and helpful. You can leave your bags at the hotel if you travel to other areas and return for a final reservation before you depart from Rome. While this hotel is not in downtown Rome, it is a good value for the cost. I would stay here again.
The hotel is a 20-30 minute taxi ride to sightseeing areas. There is a shuttle bus but the hours are very limited. Whatever you save on room rates, you’ll spend in taxis. The hotel is old. The water in the shower went from hot to cold to hot. The bathtub took a very long time to drain. The room thermostat did not work. On our last night, Housekeeping made the bed with just a sheet covering basically a rubber liner. By the time we understand why we were so uncomfortable, we were too exhausted to call the desk. However the staff were helpful and pleasant. If you want to enjoy the sights stay closer to the city.
Very friendly staff the hotel itself was nice but it was about 3 1/2 miles from the center of the Rome . There was a shuttle which drop this off by the Vatican but we still have to take other transportation to get to other major attractions such as the pantheon and Colosseum. We took cabs back in the evening and the average fare was around €25 Hotel was in the middle of a local neighborhood with a lot of traffic and congestion We used points but if you need to pay it may be worthwhile to pay a little bit more and be closer to the major attractions
This is a standard Courtyard just outside the heart of Rome. The rooms were comfortable and clean, the staff was friendly, the lounge is comfortable and the breakfast is good. My room had an excellent view of the Vatican from my balcony and it was nice to enjoy some coffee out there. With this hotel, you are trading some convenience of being in the middle of Rome for a slightly better rate. If riding the trains doesn’t bother you, then you won’t have an issue with this hotel. It’s about a 5 minute walk to the train station, then about a 10 minute ride to the Metro Line, and about 15 minutes to main tourist areas - changing trains is quite easy. Add in a few minutes waiting for your trains to arrive, and your looking at 35 to 45 minutes in total. The hotel also offers a shuttle to the Vatican every hour that takes about 20 minutes The immediate area really doesn’t have much going for it. There are a few restaurants within walking distance, but not much to choose from. The hotel can arrange transportation to/from the airport for 60 Euro each way. My cab was 50 Euro, but that was early morning with no traffic. Uber’s rate was 65 Euro when I checked. I would suggest asking for a room that is not directly above the bar / lounge. I had a room on the second floor right above the outside patio and it got quite loud. If you have an early morning, I could see where this could be a problem. I changed rooms and it was fine. Also, the hotel has an ATM, but it’s fees are very high. There are plenty of ATM machines in Rome that you use, so I suggest avoiding the one in the lobby unless it’s an emergency.
I stayed at this hotel in April 2018 for 2 nights, and it was a very nice property. It was a bit farther away from the city and attractions than I'd like, but it was manageable. The room was clean and comfortable and the staff was very helpful and friendly. They offered a shuttle for a small fee to a more central location in the city which was near the Vatican. Overall, I would recommend this hotel.
We so enjoyed our time here! Recently spent 3 nights here on a 3 week Italy trip. The staff was helpful with local restaurant info and getting us a dependable ride to the airport. We had food and drinks at the Bistro in the hotel and the food and service was wonderful. The morning breakfast buffet offered many varieties of food and was well worth the 15 euros. It is very conveniently located to the train/metro area so we were able to hope a train or subtrain and easily get all over the city. We would stay here again in a heartbeat! One warning, the desk staff recommended a local restaurant named Taverna Saccheti...I think that is how it is spelled...not far from the hotel. Anyway, food and service there was the worst we had in a 3 week trip across Italy.
Very neat, affordable and nice little hotel tucked away from the main attractions in Rome. Got upgraded to a bigger room , with a little view of Vatican city. Awesome. Bed was comfy, service was awesome and theres a 24/7 super market just 5 mins away. It is also located near a train station, hence getting anywhere is not difficult. However it does take a while to get to all the main attractions ; Colosseum, Vatican, etc so if your days in Rome are short this may not be a good choice. Nonetheless, I enjoyed my 5 days stay in this property!
This hotel is around 20 minutes outside the city and there is not a lot of things around the hotel, but a great hotel with friendly staff who will always be on hand to help. Great to have the Shuttle bus into the city and certainly a huge benefit versus paying over the top city centre hotel prices. The Cinnamon Orange cocktail is a must!
This was a WONDERFUL hotel and seemed to cater to Americans visiting Rome. Great shuttle service to and from the Vatican area. The staff was very helpful and all spoke English very well. They were very accommodating to everything we needed. We showed up late on a Friday to check in and hadn't had anything to eat for quite a while and they even kept the kitchen open for us to grab something to eat. Would absolutely recommend this hotel!
This hotel was a very nice hotel It is a little far the attractions in Rome...but has everything you need to have a good nights sleep etc. The Bistro is very handy and nice....the morning breakfast is fine. We had drinks at the bar every night after touring all day....and Mateo will make you a fine cocktail and get you whatever you need. There is a cute Gift Shop at this establishment as well. We found it very quiet. We had a beautiful view of the Basilica. We would stay again.
- Onsite dining
- Fitness center
- Rooftop terrace
- 24-hour business center
Located in Trionfale, Courtyard Rome Central Park is 2.6 mi (4.2 km) from Vatican Museums and within a 15-minute drive of other popular attractions like MAXXI - National Museum of the 21st Century. This 4-star hotel has 162 rooms and welcomes guests with 2 restaurants, a fitness center, and a rooftop terrace. Also close to this Rome hotel are St. Peter's Basilica and Sistine Chapel.
Enjoy dining at one of 2 onsite restaurants including Moscati Restaurant, which specializes in Mediterranean cuisine. Savor a meal from the comfort of your room with room service, or make new friends over drinks at the bar/lounge. For your convenience, a buffet breakfast is available for a fee.
All of Courtyard Rome Central Park's 162 soundproofed rooms provide coffee makers, safes, and ironing boards. Guests can expect WiFi and LCD TVs with pay movies. Beds sport premium bedding and bathrooms offer hair dryers and free toiletries. Desks are also standard.
Guests staying at Courtyard Rome Central Park enjoy a fitness center, a steam room, and a rooftop terrace. If you drive, self parking is EUR 25 per day, and there's also limo/town car service. Multilingual staff at the 24-hour front desk can assist with dry cleaning/laundry, concierge services, and luggage storage. Other amenities at this family-friendly hotel include WiFi in public areas, 10 meeting rooms, and a conference center.
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64.0% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 841 reviews