Barcelo Aran Mantegna
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBarcelo Aran Mantegna Rome
We were in a room as far away from the lift as you could possibly be. Even so, it was a nice room and we finally had a double bed.
The bar actually had dry ginger ale so Anne tucked into some brandy.
The hotel is close to Ciampino Airport. We made a mistake in taking an airport shuttle. A taxi would have been much quicker nd about the same price.
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