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We stayed at Happy Village for four nights last week. Having seen some of the reviews I was a little bit concerned but we can cope! Well, the bungalow was spotless, the air con worked and the bed didn't break. Having been forewarned we took...More
I booked a trip here in February, not put off by the reviews I went with a positive attitude. The hotel/resort has nothing there, it has a pool, a very dirty pool, I think you'd bring great danger to yourself even dipping your foot into...More
Very basic accommodation, some of the staff were friendly, towels I had to rent smell like vinegar and could not use them. Very far from Rome. Good thing was shuttle bus to metro they provide. Would not go there again.
Okay, starting with the positives. It's a pretty place, free transport to the nearest railway stayion, the bungalow (?) we stopped in looked lovely, so did the resturant & pool, food was simple but lovely, comfy bed and I'm afraid, that's where the positives stop....More
I really don't know where to start, when we arrived there was an American couple at reception having a heated argument about towels saying they were going to sue, one of the staff (a man) was laughing whilst the American was getting irate. The next...More
USD 27 - USD 59 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Hire car is the most obvious answer. However, you could get a shuttle bus to Termini Station in Rome, then a short train journey to Prima Porte. Then either a taxi or you could organise to meet the campsite shuttle bus which... More
Hire car is the most obvious answer. However, you could get a shuttle bus to Termini Station in Rome, then a short train journey to Prima Porte. Then either a taxi or you could organise to meet the campsite shuttle bus which runs through the day.