Rome Marriott Park Hotel
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Took the train from Florence to Rome this afternoon. We fly out Thursday morning. We had first class tickets for ItaliaRail. I guess because it was an afternoon trip the first class was just a bit more than coach. Nice choice as there was plenty of room for our baggage and comfy seats. I also think we lucked out with our cab driver. There was no …
... on a spritz to toast our first day in Rome.
We stopped at ‘American La Dolce Vita’ on Via Andrea Doria. Here, the waitress gave us two plates each of a cold pasta salad and a plate of mini pizzette with savoury pastries.
The bar, which hosted its guests with tables on the pavement, was filled with locals enjoying an enchanting spring evening. And, as we sipped on the drinks, this perfect drink embodied our joy of a successful first ...
... to use. No extra shirts, no underwear, no comfy stuff, no nothing! Right about this point I am delirious, hungary, and freaking out and on my way to school. Skip the boring details, went to my orientation thing the first day then went to my and starting getting incredibly sick and throwing up. I laid in bed in my jeans and sweater, while having hot flashes and then chills. It was the worse and I really just wanted to cry after all of this. Oh but yes I ...
... next adventure. Station is laid out more like an airport with lots of shops and a ton of platforms. Board train from a sectIon of the platform as marked on the ticket. This lines up with the carriage you are on. Train is very modern with recliner seats and free wifi. Less than an hour to Naples travelling at 280+km/h. Naples is a shock. Dirty and seedy neighbourhoods. Another super fast taxi down narrow streets and he reversed at high ...
... Mussolini had built to get favor with the Pope.
Our next tour was a highlight of the trip. We were going to see the burial place of Saint Peter. He was crucified upside down at Nero’s Circus (chariot race track). He was taken a few yards up the hill and buried in a Roman cemetery. Over the years, early Christians would come and venerate Peter. Around 200 AD, a small shrine was erected over his tomb. When the first cathedral was built over the ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsRome Marriott Park Hotel
My traveling companion booked this because of the price and because she trusts the Marriott chain.. The room was nicely appointed and clean, the staff attentive, and they made getting into the city convenient with a shuttle service that cost 12 euro round trip or car service if you wanted for about 40 euros. They also had a very nice breakfast and a bar with some tasty gelato. (The strawberry, lemon and pistachio flavors were quite good.)
Downside is that it's a bit too far from the city center. If you're out too late for the last shuttle pickup, a taxi ride will cost you quite a pretty euro.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.
Historical Traveler Reviews Rome Marriott Park Hotel
As a Marriott Platinum member I booked this hotel as a an award stay for the last 3 days in April (no rooms were availbale at the other Marriott in central Rome). The hotel is located about 10-15 minutes from the airport, on a high hill, in an area with many office buildings (Totyota, Alitalia, etc..) and several new apartment buildings. As others have noted there are no restaurants in the immediate area (We would stop at a little market in central Rome and buy snacks and soft drinks/water and take them back to our room). Walking outside the hotel grounds is not adviseable because of some wild dogs that roam the area outside the hotel gates.
My wife and I stayed at this hotel for two nights prior to driving to Venice. I had read the reviews on Trip Advisor and I knew the hotel was new. I was also a loyal Marriott customer and as mentioned in other reviews, the price is a lot better than other Rome hotels.
We stayed as a group of couples for a weekend when unfortunately our first hotel was overbooked (this would have been in central rome).
The staff were unhelpful and rooms expensive especially considering you had to pay extra for the Spa and pool (£18.00 each to use both) and breakfast (from £15.00 each).
Rome itself was great but we had to trek in and back (although the hotel did lay on a free shuttle although this was nearly always full so we had to use taxis anyway).
My advise is find a hotel in central Rome with no facilities as there is so much to see and do in Rome you do not need anything in your hotel apart from friendly staff who are certainly not working at the Marriot.
Stayed at the Marriott Park Hotel for 1 week. The hotel is outside of Rome. The hotel is nice and rooms are very clean. They have a few quirks to work out but due to being so new we overlooked the issues. There is only one restaurant in the hotel at this time and it is pricey. The hotel offers a free shuttle, first trip to the city is at 8am and last pick up from the city is 11pm. The shuttle drops and picks up at the Piazza Cavour. The ride is about 30 minutes. A taxi is about 30 Euros, to /from the city. Make sure you take the address of the hotel if you use a taxi, since it is new noone really knows where it is located.
A taxi from the airport is about 40-50 Euros. No shuttle so you need to use a car service or taxi.
My family and I had 3 rooms at the Rome Marriott Park Hotel for 8 nights late March, 2007. Check-in and check-out went smoothly. The rooms are decorated with fine appointments and the amenities are Marriott's new Aromatherapy Brand. Marriott's new Revive Bedding is very comfortable. There are two marble, back to back bathrooms in each room. One has a shower, toilet, bidet, warming rack for towels and sink. The other has a bathtub, warming rack for towels and sink. Very convenient and very well designed. The television looked like a 32 inch flat panel TV with a few channels in English (CNN, Fox News, BBC News). There are no DVD players provided. A good sized, easy to use electronic safe is provided in the closet. Lighting is controlled by inserting your room key in a slot as you enter. When you take your key out of this slot, all lights will go out within a minute or two. To have access to light in the middle of the night (going to the bathroom, etc.), leave your key in the slot and turn off all lights manually. You can then turn on whichever light you want as needed. Wired internet access is available in the rooms, but is very expensive. One hour is 7.50 euros and 24 hours (continuous) is 22 euros. That's about US$30 per day! I was unable to locate an ice machine. The housekeeping staff does not routinely provide ice in the rooms. One must have to contact room service for ice. A very nice touch is the complimentary coffee and tea service provided in the lobby from 6:00 AM to 9:00 AM daily.
Quest'anno poco prima di Natale e prima di tornare a casa in Nord America ci siamo fermati al Marriot Park di Roma e siamo stati benissimo.
Tutto considerato è stato un buon soggiorno in una bellissima camera accogliente e dove tutto è nuovo di zecca.
Happy new year
Overall a good stay in excellent, brand new comfortable rooms. Here are some tips:
The hotel can book you a limo from the airport it is 50 Euro each way. You need to email the hotel as the info is not on their website.
The complimentary shuttle service to the paizza cavour (rome centre) is excellent, on time throughout the day although there is no info about it on the hotel website. Only a basic gym is open at the moment.
breakfast and room service in general is pretty pricey, pick up a nice sandwich from the bar near the shuttle service stop
don't forget, taxis start the meter from when the hotel calls them, NOT when they arrive.
We really enjoyed our stay at the Rome Marriott Park just before Christmas this year prior to flying back to North America. It was a welcomed luxurious ending to a good trip in Italy.