Hilton Rome Airport

Via Auturo Ferrarin 2, Fiumicino, Rome, Lazio, 00050, Italy
(4 star hotel)
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Convenient Place to Stay When Headed to Rome

Best (5.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on February 5, 2015

Stayed there February 1-3, 2015. This location is reachable from FCO via covered walkways. You will be on the walkway for about 10 minutes as parts are moving sidewalks that take you past the parking structures. Follow signs inside the airport for the train and look for the covered tunnels on the higher floor connecting to the parking structures. Once in the covered tunnels, the way to the Hilton will be posted.

The food and service in the executive lounge was excellent for breakfast, lunch and dinner. The room on the executive floor was very good, although not as fancy as some executive floor rooms in other Hiltons. The Internet connectivity was excellent. Nothing but good things to say about the hotel.

A main benefit to the hotel is the free daily shuttles by large bus to downtown. These leave about every two hours. I used them for a 8AM to 7PM trip into Rome and the bus stop can vary by traffic condition (as can the stops on hop on hop off buses).

The hotel is also close to Ostia Antica (entry free on first Sunday of the month), although you will need to spring for a cab (about 20-25 Euros each way). Don't waste time trying for a public bus or going into Rome and then trying to reach Ostia by train. The Roman ruins are quite extensive. It is compared to Pompeii in condition, but this was more a blue collar port town, with ruins more brick than stone, and consisting of shops and warehouses dealing with all the grain and materials coming in to feed Rome. The site was abandoned with siltation and the fall of Rome. Unlike in Rome, there was not the heavy cannibalization of building materials. There are stone mosaic floors, a small museum with statuary, an amphitheater, and loads of ruined buildings. The oddity of the place is that it is in the FCO flight path, although the jets are not too close or noisy.

My pictures are of Ostia Antica, which you must see if you stay here.

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Absolutely Awful Hotel

by written on January 24, 2010

Staff: Awful and Rude (No staff present at the executive lounge when I went to get my room changed to one that had - even a little - air conditioning.

Rooms: Awful (Smelled and no A/C in August)

Food: Awful (Tasted bad and had a bug in the pasta)

Executive Lounge: Awful (Food not kept refrigerated despite poor A/C in the hotel). In fact, the olives, cheese, etc. looked like it belonged on a Food-Health-Inspectors "What to look for" poster. Beer wasn't even cold which is unforgivable.

Also, it is a very long and confusing walk, through a maze of covered walkways going to multiple parking lots. I travel every week, many times in Europe, and I had to ask directions twice to find the "in-airport" Hilton.

Stay anywhere else.

Unique Quality: Uniquely Awful

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A Great Place to Stay

Best (5.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on November 16, 2007

In most areas a Hilton Hotel comes with certain expectations. This one is no exception. I definitely would recommend this Hilton Hotel, especially if you stay on the 5th Floor where you have access to the executive lounge. We had a diamond status at Hilton and were placed on the 5th floor where you have access to a lounge where you can eat complimentary breakfasts and other meals. I believe this floor is meant for mainly for business travelers, but we met others who were touring Italy and getting ready for a Mediterranean Cruise as well.

We stayed in this hotel for 4 days total. We stayed 3 days before our Mediterranean Cruise and 1 day after the cruise. It is very close to the Airport, so you can follow the signs from the airport and walk to the hotel, or a short taxi ride will get you to the hotel from the airport. If you are touring Rome, there is a free complimentary shuttle that takes you back and forth from Rome. The ride one way takes somewhere around 35 to 45 minutes. It runs once every other hour from Rome and the Hotel, but you will need to check with the hotel to find out what hours it runs. We had no problem spending the day in Rome and using it for transportation back and forth, but the day we spent the evening in Rome we took a taxi back to the hotel.

They have a dining room on the first floor which we had to use one day for dinner because there was a problem with the food heaters on the 5th floor. It ended up costing us over 220 euro for dinner for four, and the food was not really worth the price. When the complimentary lounge upstairs is operating, we found the buffet and coffee and bread very good. I especially liked the morning scrambled eggs. My wife enjoyed the rolls and commented that no one makes bread like they do in Italy.

Unique Quality: The outstanding qualities of this hotel are the executive lounge, and robes and slippers were made available for our use. In the afternoon they actually came around with complimentary strawberry type snack and cracker to each room. This was delicious. They do have a pool, and an exercise facility but we were so busy seeing the sites, I only visited it one time.

Directions: This hotel is located with a couple hundred meters of the airport. You can actually view the statue of Leonardo Da Vinci which greets travelers using the Leonardo Da Vinci Airport, AKA the Rome Airport located in Fiumicino, Italy.

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Accomodation at the Airport

Best (5.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on April 17, 2007

very good stay.

Unique Quality: excellent position when you have flight connection very early. directly connected to the terminal don't need taxi to reach the building. usually fare from 160 euro (good) to 380 depending of the room.

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Great (and Only) Hotel at Fiumicino Airport

Great (4.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on May 15, 2004

Updated: October 2005
I've stayed here twice, once in a double on the executive floor (see the photo) and once in an upgraded king room. Both good experiences. The standard room was fine, but the upgraded room was lovely. Very large, especially by Italian standards; beautiful furnishings, elegant bath, huge soft towels AND a washcloth (something no other hotel in Italy I’ve stayed in offers). The bed was enormous and the bedding luxurious.

The room was VERY quiet. We arrived exhausted at 1 a.m. in the morning, and didn’t hear a thing until our wake up call.

The rooms are pricey, but If this hotel were in the middle of Rome, you'd be paying a lot more. Standard rates are around 300 E per room. But you can find weekend rates or “pay-in-advance” rates for about half that. Check all the booking sources you can. At this price, I'd say the hotel provides very good value.

Though the breakfast buffet is just okay.

This is not the place to stay if you want to see Rome. That said, they do have a free shuttle into town, or you can easily take the train from the airport.

Personally, I’d rather spend the night in Rome and either take the train or pay for an early morning taxi. But if you are worried about getting to the airport in time, this is a fine alternative.

Unique Quality: They have a pool and a workout room. Only a 10-15 minute walk to your gate.

Directions: Directly connected to the airport at Fiumicino (Leonardo da Vinci)

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Address: Via Auturo Ferrarin 2, Fiumicino, Rome, Lazio, 00050, Italy

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