Central Park Hotel

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Via Giuseppe Moscati 7, Rome, Lazio, 00168, Italy

5 Reviews

Courtyard Rome Central Park
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Satisfaction Very Good
Excellent
15%
44
Very Good
45%
126
Average
28%
79
Poor
6%
18
Terrible
4%
13

Value Score Great Value!

Costs 30% less than similarly rated 4 star hotels

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  • Families52
  • Couples68
  • Solo66
  • Business57
  • breughel's Profile Photo

    Movenpick Central Park - A real 4* hotel.

    by

    We stayed 4 times in this hotel during the winter 2007-08.
    Its comfort is perfectly in adequacy with its 4* and the reputation of the Mövenpick group.
    We had a room of the “superior” type of 25 m2, which is large for Rome, + terrace with broad sight. Contrary to the room the bathroom is a little small.
    The bed was King size. Hotel is located in a residential district North of the centre and near the Gemelli hospital.
    The service was impeccable. I just regret that the newspapers were only in Italian, no international press at disposal.
    The prices vary from 100 € to 200 € the room/night according to the dates and durations of stay.
    For a tourist stay it is indicated to consult their website for a reservation at the best rates.

    Restaurants:
    We had three times diner at the restaurant Moscati of the hotel. Quality of food, wines and service were excellent. Count 100-125 € for two, wine included. Of course this is not trattoria!
    Good breakfast with great choice of fresh fruits.
    The district comprises very few restaurants. We tested “Trattoria Sacchetti” but the reception was so rude that we went out without eating.
    There is a pizzeria near the Gemelli hospital and more close, in the prolongation of the street of the hotel, another pizzeria and bio store where we ate excellent pizza within a simple framework but pleasant staff (Gaia Bio, Lgo Guido Cencetti, 13-14).

    Unique Quality: Connections with the tourist centre of Rome:
    Free bus of the hotel every hour towards St Pierre.
    There is a regional train, line FM3, at the Gemelli Station, at 3 minutes walk from the hotel. There are 4 to 5 trains per hour in the week towards the centre with the Station San Pietro close to the Vatican. Here there is correspondence with the bus 64 which joins every 6-8 minutes the Piazza Venezia and the Termini station. This line of regional train FM3 has its terminus at the Ostiense Station where there is junction with the metro B at the Piramide station. You need 20 to 40 minutes on the whole to be in the centre. Price ticket 1 €.

    Connection with the airport of Fiumicino:
    Easiest is the taxi. We paid about 46 €. The drivers took the “strada la piu corta” which passes by the via Aquafredda and correctly changed the meter of tariff 2 (outside town) to tariff 1 (in town) when leaving the highway.
    The hotel provides a transfer service towards the airport at 55 €, or 49,50 € with “prenotationne” of 24 hours, which is correct since having a taxi coming to the hotel costs already 4 - 5 €.

  • breughel's Profile Photo

    A real 4* but ouside the centre of Rome.

    by

    MOEVENPICK HOTEL CENTRAL PARK ROMA.

    We stayed 4 times in this hotel during the winter 2007-08.
    Its comfort is perfectly in adequacy with its 4* and the reputation of the Mövenpick group.
    We had a room of the “superior” type of 25 m2, which is large for Rome, + terrace with broad sight. Contrary to the room the bathroom is small. The bed was King size.
    The hotel is located in the residential district of Monte Mario, north of the centre and near the Gemelli hospital.
    The service was impeccable. I just regret that the newspapers were only in Italian, no international press at disposal.
    The prices vary from 100 € to 200 € per room/night according to the dates and durations of stay.
    For a tourist stay it is indicated to consult their website for a reservation at the best rates.

    Restaurants:
    We had three times diner at the restaurant MOSCATI of the hotel. Quality of food, wines and service were excellent. Count 100 - 125 € for two, wine included. Of course this is not a "trattoria"!
    Good breakfast with great choice of fresh fruits.

    The district comprises very few restaurants. We tested “Trattoria Sacchetti” but the reception was so rude that we went out without eating.
    There is a pizzeria near the Gemelli hospital and more close, in the prolongation of the street of the hotel, another pizzeria and bio store where we ate excellent pizza within a simple framework but pleasant staff (Gaia Bio, Lgo Guido Cencetti, 13-14).

    Unique Quality: Connections with the tourist centre of Rome:
    Free bus of the hotel every hour towards St Pietro.
    There is a regional train, line FM3, at the Gemelli Station, at 3 minutes walk from the hotel. There are 4 to 5 trains per hour in the week towards the centre with the Station San Pietro close to the Vatican. Here there is correspondence with the bus 64 which joins every 6-8 minutes the Piazza Venezia and the Termini station. This line of regional train FM3 has its terminus at the Ostiense Station where there is junction with the metro B at the Piramide station. You need 20 to 40 minutes on the whole to be in the centre. Price ticket 1 €.

    Connection with the airport of Fiumicino:
    Easiest is the taxi. We paid about 46 €. The drivers took the “strada la piu corta” which passes by the via Aquafredda and correctly changed the meter of tariff 2 (outside town) to tariff 1 (in town) when leaving the highway.
    The hotel provides a transfer service towards the airport at 55 €, or 49,50 € with “prenotationne” of 24 hours, which is correct since having a taxi coming to the hotel costs already 4 - 5 €.

    Directions: North of the Vatican and near the Gemelli hospital and the via Pineta Sacchetti on the border of the green area Central Park.

  • What is Swiss Hospitality Movenpick Style ?

    by

    We stayed at this hotel in June 2007 and on the morning of leaving went to breakfast.

    Whislt there, someone used a key to enter our room and stole most of our cash.

    We had taken the wallets out of the safe and left them in a drawer against which our suitcase was leaning ready to be packed into the car.

    Swiss hospitality is initially being ignored by the Zurich Head Office and then being dished out the usual platitudes that this sort of thing is taken seriously - they will cooperate with the police and such like.

    Never mind about cleanliness, service and other review-type things. What do they matter when someone working there has left you almost skint?

    Unique Quality: In view of the above, what do they matter?

    Directions: I thinkl we may have been better in an industrial area.

  • RuiPT's Profile Photo

    Swiss made

    by

    This hotel is a good hotel belonging to a Swiss Group and it has all you need to have a good stay in Rome. You have a good room, modern and well decorated. Good breakfast with variety of food to choose and you also have a good staff Kindly and friendly. The only problem is it location because the hotel is near the centre but you have a shuttle from hotel every 30 min to catch or let you in the centre.

    Unique Quality: Good rooms and very modern

  • jelw's Profile Photo

    Clean, off the beaten track.

    by

    This hotel was dependable, clean and has comfortable accomodation. The service was good. Breakfast buffet was nice. They offered a good array including a selection of fresh fruits.
    This hotel is off the beaten track. The train at gemelli station is only 1 short block away. You can take that to the metro to get just about anywhere in the city.
    Though this was a perfectly satisfactory facility, In my opinion it does not offer the charm or the feel of Rome.

    Directions: Gemelli Station area

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Address: Via Giuseppe Moscati 7, Rome, Lazio, 00168, Italy