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  • Free WiFi in public areas
  • Free parking
  • Onsite dining
  • Outdoor pool

Recent guest reviews

I have been going to this camping resort for a few years but this last summer I have sadly noticed a steep worsening of the structures, services and attitudes. First, the positives: staff are mostly polite and helpful (with a few exceptions!), the mini golf is fun, you can reach a nearby shopping mall by bus and you can easily travel into Rome city. The bbqed meat in the campaign's restaurant was delicious. Now for the negatives: The camping charges extortionate prices- I understand the British clientele would not find it expensive (compared to British prices) but for a resort in Rome I guarantee you the prices are a rip-off. €4 for a single slice of pizza at the pool bar is a rip-off. If you want a regular-sized whole pizza it's €18! The kids clubs are a great idea but the local kids (many Italian families own their own camping area in the .middle of the resort and they spend several months a year here) seem to run things here and seem arrogant towards foreign kids. My son went to the football club and said "I don't want to come back here tomorrow". The accommodation had a few items that needed repair There was no hairdryer and I had to wait a day to get one from reception. When you arrive, the beds are not ready made for you but clean sheets are left in the beds The supermarket in the resort is convenient but expensive The restaurant: polite staff but completely disorganised. We got our drinks way after the food had started arriving. My son ordered chips to go with his mixed grill. The chips never arrived. The mixed grill meat was fantastic I ordered clam spaghetti but first asked if they had tomato and the waiter assured me they were in a white sauce without tomato. He spaghetti arrived and the sauce was red with tomatoes- I sent it back and got one made without tomato (which was very good). Nice food, esp the meat, but the staff need to communicate amongst themselves as the service was shambolic. We booked the canpsite's shuttle service to the airport (€45), and it was this mini bus covered in mould. The seats, the curtains had mould stains and the smell was strong. Not ideal with two kids. Book a regular taxi for the same price instead! All in all, a worse experience than previous years. It has become a place geared up to over-charge customers and offer mediocre facilities and service. The photo shows the mould in the shuttle to the airport.

Fabulous Village is located very close to Rome. There is a bus stop close to the campsite which will bring you to Eur Fermi, where you will get the Metro to Colosseo and from there you can explore everything that Rome has to offer! We stayed in a Botticelli Plus, which was immaculately clean, with a gas hob, kettle and microwave. They are located at the far end of the campsite so if you don't have a car the walk to the amenities will help get your daily steps in. We didn't have a car but the children thoroughly enjoyed going around on the go carts (which we hired for two of the five days that we were there). For eating there is a shop, take away and restaurant on site, which could be considered expensive but as we didn't have a car, eating on site was much easier that getting a bus to the next town!!, especially when children were tired in the evening! The pools were safe and ample for my 8 and 6 year old's. Unfortunately we arrived at the end of the children's entertainment season. Overall is was good, especially for younger children. If you pay a €70 deposit don't forget about it when you are checking out as the staff will not offer it to you!! The taxi service organised by the site was prompt and professional.

Arrived 12th September for 3 nights... great from start to finish! The park is immaculate, our accomodation (superior bungalow) was immaculate and we had a fab time. Visited the take away, restaurant, cocktail bar, info point, swimming pool, pool bar, mini market and had a game of mini golf. Staff helpful and friendly...particularly at info point and reception. I've awarded 5 stars because any improvements that could be done are minimal. For information, the superior bungalows have a fridge but no other facilities. We ate out all the time but an improvement would be a kettle! Also, in the bar it's a bit of a free for all to get served, people push in and the barman tended to serve who he wanted at the time- would suggest they try and serve in an orderly fashion! Pizzas from the takeaway are great... a whole margarita pizza for 4.50 euros. This is contrasted slightly at the pool bar where a slice (more like half a pizza(!) Is 3.50 euros. All in all I would highly recommend, please note to get to rome is a bus and metro journey but all info given on site on how to get there!

It disposes of EVERYTHING you need: swimming pool and pool bar, laundry, tennis, mini golf, beach volley, restaurant, game room, ice cream shop, market, showers... very nice staff. clean and beautiful space. breakfast buffet 7,90€ Good price for what we got.

The service very bad, employee very unfriendly, check in and check out very dis organize, food nothing to talk about Please do not pay for the Half Board , the kind food and service they offer in bad, the oly good thing is the Pool

This is our first visit - we are a family of 6 with children aged 18, 16 and 13 plus Nanny.... We booked 2, 4 bed, mobile homes as I was worried about lack of space (bathrooms) for all of us. We were located next to each other meaning the kids could stay in 1 but we were next door. The accommodation was basic but great value for money- the ac worked a treat meaning we were often cold during the night. Space was a bit tight but the veranda out front, doubled the living space. All very clean. The pool area is lovely and there is loads for younger children to do. Mine were happy to watch the activities. The location is great- really easy to travel into central Rome (only €3 return) by bus and metro and there are loads of places to visit locally. We rented a car from the airport (it’s a relatively easy 20 min drive) and also drove down to Pompeii (5 hr round trip but well worth it). We will defiantly come back again

Just come back from fabulous village, booked back in March being unsure as different to what I would usually book, but it's prob been one of the best holidays with my daughter, the entertainment staff made my child safe and happy and took to the two male ones, as the where above and beyond, full of energy and where funny as hell. We did the colour run on the day we flow out and I'm not sure who had more fun the adults or the kids. The pool area for kids is just brill and so relaxing. I like the fact they do zumba and water exercises for the adults and also make that fun. It's very clean, the restrant in the eve had a lovely setting and the food was fab. Defo be back next year.

Just returned from a 10 day stay 3 adults, 2 teenagers. We loved it!!! This was our second visit to the site. Last time we were there it was not part of Human Company and we certainly noticed a difference. The shop was much better - we did all our shopping there and the fresh bread each morning was great. The pools were fantastic - perfect with inflatables - although we bought ours in the UK (£7.99 for a large pizza shaped one in Lidl compared to 30 euro on the site) - we gave them away at the end of the holiday for others to enjoy. The pizza from the pool side bar was the best and 8 euro for a slice (1/4 of a pizza), chips and a soft drink - perfect! Getting into Rome was easy - I would recommend downloading the app moov.it to get the bus times. If you get the times right you can be at the Spanish Steps within 45 minutes of leaving the camp! also 1.50 each way!!!! Top tip for Rome - I wouldn't eat in the main tourist spots - look for places on the side streets. We booked through Eurocamp and the staff were brilliant! The campsite staff were fabulous - the animation team had so much energy!! Highlight for us was the Foam Party night - our kids loved it. I would recommend this as the perfect base to explore Rome, whilst also having a pool style holiday. On site restaurant was hit and miss - first time we used it it was lovely, we went back on the last night and the food was awful.

We stayed here only as an affordable base to visit Rome but ended up spending much more time here than planned. We were in a Botticelli plus mobile home sleeping up to 5 and it was spotless and seemed brand new. The pool area is great, go karting went down a storm and the atmosphere is brilliant. Everyone we met from staff to fellow guests were lovely. What stops this being a 5 star review? The bins were horrible and need to be emptied more often and it is a biter a trek to get anywhere but none of these are deal breakers and we’d go back again if in the Rome area especially for such a good price. I’d skip the restaurant though as that was a much less pleasant experience.

First I will start with what a lovely, peaceful and beautiful campsite, all the staff go above and beyond for their customers so thank you for that. The food is also good quality and nice, lovely pools for the children! Cons: You are trapped, there is absolutely nowhere to go outside the campsite, you cannot walk anywhere from this campsite, no organised excursions, the only places you can go is on the bus and tram to Rome and a beach nearby (which is apparently not great) We unfortunately booked room only so had no cooking facilities so for the past week have lived off pizza, pasta and croissants. There is only one restaurant onsite which has a limited menu, it is great here if you want to stay onsite and have cooking facilities and a car but if like us you want to explore it isn't the best!

Via Di Malafede 225 Rome RM

Hotel highlights

  • Free WiFi in public areas
  • Free parking
  • Onsite dining
  • Outdoor pool

Located in Ostia Antica, Fabulous Village is within a 15-minute drive of popular attractions such as Museum of Roman Civilization and PalaLottomatica. This 100-room campground welcomes guests with conveniences like a restaurant, an outdoor pool, and free self parking. It's centrally located in Rome, connected to a shopping center,8 mi (12.9 km) from Basilica of St. Paul Outside the Walls, and also 10 mi (16.1 km) from Circus Maximus.


Dining

Sit down for a leisurely bite to eat at the onsite restaurant, or enjoy a drink at the bar/lounge. Continental breakfast is offered for a fee each morning from 7:00 AM to 10:00 AM.


Rooms

All 100 air-conditioned accommodations provide refrigerators.


Property features

Guests of Fabulous Village have access to an outdoor pool, a children's pool, and 2 spa tubs. There's free parking, as well as an airport shuttle for a fee (available 24 hours). Multilingual staff at the front desk are standing by 24/7 to help with tours or tickets, securing valuables, and luggage storage. Other amenities at this family-friendly campground include an outdoor tennis court, free WiFi in public areas, and a free kid's club.

Room options

Bungalow (2 people)

Twin 2 | Sleeps 2

Chalet, 3 Bedrooms (6 people)

Twin 6 | Sleeps 6

Superior Bungalow

Full 1 | Sleeps 3

Superior Bungalow

Full 1 | Twin 2 | Sleeps 2

Reviews from Trip Advisor

Trip Advisor aggregated rating

71.0% of guests recommend this hotel

Total of 1292 reviews

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