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If you are looking for something different and unique, this place fits the bill. It is quaint, very clean, and lovely. The rooms have a mix of antique and modern amenities, and the care takers are friendly and helpful.
The hotel grounds were absolutely stunning. The location was quiet and secluded, which is what we were looking for our trip while in Rome. The grounds are kept neat and clean and the employees were extremely friendly and pleasant. Nearby there are some excellent restaurants, and the Eurosport metro with parking is about 15-20 minutes away, depending on traffic. We booked 2 rooms for our family, a standard room and the Michelangelo suite. The standard room was very noisy due to the cicadas and although the windows and shutters helped, the door had gaps that allowed a lot of noise in. The Michelangelo suite has lots of stairs...stairs to enter the building, stairs to get to the suite and stairs to get to the bedroom and bathroom. When I advised Peter that the stairs would be a concern, he showed me alternative suites. We chose to move from the standard room to a suite standard and kept the Michelangelo suite for our kids since they didn't mind going up and down the stairs. Peter was extremely accommodating and upgraded us without any additional cost. I also have to give kudos to Michele who moved our luggage twice and was always very friendly and helpful. So what could be improved? The suite standard's air conditioning starting dripping and making noises on the 1st night, the 2nd night it started leaking quite a bit and turned it off. We advised the management, however since it was the weekend, no one could come and fix it. The 3rd night, it was leaking so bad that it would accumulate and then dump water in large quantities. We shut it off. However that evening, there was also a wedding and the wait staff worked directly above us and next to our room until 4am. The Michelangelo suite had a bad odor that either came from the air conditioner or the bathroom. We couldn't determine exactly, but the pipes also made noises. The other improvement would be breakfast. Breakfast consists of coffee, juice, warm yogurt, boiled eggs in their shell, cheese, jam, whole fruit, packaged sliced bread, packaged cornetti, and a sweet bread that tasted like it was day old. The variety of foods was fine, but the quality could have been better. Fresh bread or sweets is not a luxury in Italy. It should be standard in this level of hotel. Afterwards I read that a continental breakfast could have been requested for 5 euros, but I didn't realize this during our stay. We ended up leaving early because I couldn't sleep and Peter was very gracious and refunded our remaining balance.
Cannot begin to say enough positive things about Parco delle Nazioni and the team there (Peter and Michael in particular). - The most gorgeous setting imaginable - Lovely, cute and cozy rooms - The most wonderful friendly staff - Peter was so friendly and suggested some great trips for us to take - Easy access to Rome via the metro If you’re renting (or have) a car, this is the best place imaginable to stay in Rome
The probably biggest surprise on my this year's trip to Italy ... can you imagine to stay in a national park IN rome? Well you can ... at Parco delle Nazioni. It was off season and I was the only guest - but served so attentively and friendly you could not find better ... the room spacious, well furnished but with a very personal touch ... food good, the fireplace lit ... and the manager willing to tell all the historical stories ... I certainly hope to stay here again! I was on my way back - flying out the next day. But I can well imagine, how pleasant a stay must be here as a base for visiting the city of Rome!
This little boutique hotel was such a surprise! If you are looking for something lovely & unique, quiet yet accessible to Rome - this is it. Everything from our room, furnishings, beautiful grounds, yesteryear dining room to the delightful manager, Peter was beyond our expectations.We will be back!
Exelent service, excelent food. Requires some planning to get into Rome but it's totally worth it! Rent a car since it's about 30 mintues from the airport, taxi is not a good option. To sum this up, if you want a few days of relax this is a great option!
We have stayed here on a number of occasions before. I will stay here again and again. It is a wonderful place. From the moment you are greeted like an old friend upon your arrival to the moment you leave nothing is too much trouble for Peter (a very kind and interesting host) and staff (in particular Michael who simply works very hard to ensure your stay is a comfortable one). The location is truly beautiful on a hill overlooking farmland. The ancient buildings and pool are spotless and well appointed;The lawns and plants constantly tended, You feel transported to another world. Whilst the nearest metro to Rome city is a simple 12 minute drive away we chose to stay on site for the duration of our time there. It could not have been more relaxing. Good food, good wine and impeccable service that did not intrude into our stay. We took a bike ride around the farm tracks nearby on bikes provided by the hotel and saw some lovely countryside. We cannot wait to return not least to thank everyone that made our stay so perfect
We have just spent 4 days in this remarkable haven of peace and tranquility. And yet, it is a stone’s throw from Rome. We loved it. It’s best to have a car but if you haven’t you can just rest and relax. It is in a protected natural area, so great for a walk or cycle ride with plenty of wildlife to see. There’s a lovely pool. The buildings are full of history and character and very comfortable. It’s a small hotel and no passing trade so the menu for dinner is not extensive but all the food was delicious and they were very happy to accommodate requests. I can’t understand why it was so quiet in August. We will definitely return.
After staying for ten days, on a business trip, I will share a few observations. The pool was a wonderful way to start the day, and I really enjoyed the seclusion of the place and scenic grounds and buildings. Breakfast was served, outside, at 0800 each day, and it was the same each day, and not terribly inspiring: instant coffee, hard boiled eggs, juices, bread (not the type you expect in Italy, but something more like Wonder Bread) -- don't come for the food. In fairness, I did not try dinner there, as this would require advance planning, making a reservation prior to 1800, and I didn't plan like that. I heard, from another guest, that the dinner was excellent. The room was large enough, and the service was excellent. If it is hot outside, it will be hot in the room (it is very hot in July). To get to the place, you must drive, as it is several kilometers off the road. You must pass through a series of four gates, the first of which is right off the main road. Initially, you'll need to call the hotel as you arrive, but they will provide a set of three electronic door openers for use during your stay. I found this aspect to be a little disconcerting; perhaps it is a consequence of the fact that the place was briefly owned by Mussolini. Summary: I had a nice time here, despite it being a bit off the beaten path (or, maybe, because it is).
A beautiful hotel in the middle of a national park, this really was the perfect place to propose. The staff were fantastic, very welcoming and helpful especially with our travel plans into Rome. I would recommend renting a car as the taxis can be expensive. I would definitely go back to parco delle nazioni
Located in Zona XXVI Castel di Decima, Parco delle Nazioni is adjacent to Regional Park of Decima-Malafede and within a 10-minute drive of other popular attractions like Castel Romano Outlet. This 13-room guesthouse welcomes guests with free breakfast and conveniences like an outdoor pool and free in-room WiFi.
Free buffet breakfast is included with your stay and awaits you each morning from 8 AM to 9:30 AM. Savor a meal from the comfort of your room with room service, or grab a bite to eat at the onsite restaurant.
An LCD TV comes with digital channels, and guests can stay connected with free WiFi and wired Internet. The bathroom offers hair dryers, free toiletries, and bidets. Other standard amenities include 13 bathrooms, a balcony or patio, and a minibar.
At Parco delle Nazioni, guests have access to an outdoor pool, a rooftop terrace, and free WiFi in public areas. You can put free parking to good use if you drive. Staff members are on hand to provide concierge services and luggage storage. Additional amenities include conference space, laundry facilities, and a fireplace in the lobby.