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Reviewed 29 May 2016

Our tour leader chose this hotel because of its nearness to the garden at Ninfa, and also because of the hotel's great restaurant. We had a seafood dinner that exceeded all expectations. Our rooms were in the main building. Mine was on the 3rd floor (the attic) which is not served by the elevator, so I had a set of stairs to climb. The elevator was difficult to use: if you took your finger off the button, it stopped moving. My attic room was clean and comfortable. It had no window, just a skylight over the bed, but I found that a pleasant novelty. The hotel staff seemed unused to dealing with tour groups, and forgot to collect and bring downstairs our suitcases on the day of departure, but they sprang into action when reminded.

  • Stayed: May 2016, travelled with friends
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Reviewed 15 September 2015

An excellent location, rooms were 'rustic and quirky' but nice and clean. The restaurant was good without being exceptional and depending which member of staff that served could be very pleasant or a bit grumpy ! The pool and leisure facilities were good but getting to the point where they need some investment and more regular maintenance. Unusual place but overall Ok for a couple of nights or overnight on the way back to the airport.

  • Stayed: September 2015, travelled with friends
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Reviewed 13 September 2015

This hotel is a little gem on the Appian Way! We drove up and held our breath as we were to be staying the major part of our trip. It did not let us down. The room we had in the block by the pool was great and very quiet away from the main building. Basic though quirky and a decent size which also had a dressing room with a desk for your 'IT' facilities. No bath.
The breakfasts were taken outside, plenty of variety - we even counted 30 cakes on one morning! They make their own jams from local produce. We ate in the hotel restaurant most evenings and found the food amazing so why go elsewhere? Although we did discover a lovely restaurant across the road during our second week. The hotel restaurant staff were very polite and helped in whichever way they could.
Our only criticism is that the pool, which is in a nice part of the hotel with lovely views over the mountains, could have been maintained a bit better. Around the edge of the pool the grates had some black mould residue which could easily have been cleaned and on some occasions there was a little litter around. It was a shame as this was the only let down of the whole stay......owner please take note.
We would recommend this hotel if you are in the area.

  • Stayed: August 2015, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 25 August 2015

We stayed for four nights at Foro Appio and enjoyed our stay very much. The hotel is spartan but luxurious at the same time (not an easy balance to strike). The rooms are spacious and clean but spartan (no horrible pseudo art on the walls). The grounds are wide and green, the swimming pool excellent. The breakfast beats that of most hotels I have been too: excellent ham and mozzarella, a huge home baked cake selection (north of 30 when we were there) and great home-made jams (melon, tomato, fig and kiwi to name a few). The restaurant is also very good and I heard very good things about the pizzeria as well. We will certainly return here on our next trip to the Agro Pontino.

Room Tip: If you are sensitive to noise you should ask for a room by the pool, otherwise stay in the main building.
  • Stayed: August 2015, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 28 October 2014

We spent a night here while visiting Sezze on our way to Rome. The room was very spacious (there were 3 of us traveling together) but very basic and very dark. This would not be a good hotel for a business traveler. There was wifi available but it was very sporadic. So I would not recommend if you needed to be online for work. The grounds were very beautiful, it is on a very large piece of land. It is very peaceful and quiet there. The staff were so friendly and helpful. The best part of our stay though was our dinner in the restaurant there. It was probably one of the best (and biggest) meals I have ever had. (The bread is just amazing!) You must order the seafood appetizer and the steak was just incredible. The restaurant is outdoors and lit by hundreds of little candles - it is really beautiful!

Room Tip: There was wifi but not in the rooms, it was in the main building. However it was not very dependable.
  • Stayed: August 2014, travelled with family
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