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Traveled there as two couples over the half term week. Top tip no.1: do not get a taxi from Fiumicino Airport to Castel Gandolfo. You will be ripped off! You can get a bus to Rome train station for 4 euros, and a train to...More
My friends and I are just back from a few days at the Castle Gandolfo. We stayed in the apartment and were very warm and comfortable. We all remarked how well we slept. The views from our balcony were breathtaking. The staff were friendly and...More
Imagine stepping out onto your balcony and seeing lake and mountain villages spread out for as far as you can see. While the rooms are not large and the hike up from the train is not easy, the hotel and the village made it all...More
The staff were extremely helpful. English is spoken. Our luggage was lost by the airline (SAS) and the staff made numerous calls to Fiumicino Airport to follow up and finally to arrange delivery of our luggage to the hotel. They made a stressful time (3...More
This hotel is ok at its best, but not at all excellent. Hotel is in a very nice area in Castel Gandolfo in a very historic setting. Hotel is not in the best shape. Maintenance and Cleanliness seem to be a challenge. Rooms are generally...More
Response from tatianaeffe | Property representative |
The best way to arrive in Castel Gandolfo from Fiumicino Airport, is the taxi; the fare is about 80,00 Euros and it takes 1 hour; is also possible to take the train to Termini Station and change for a train... More
The best way to arrive in Castel Gandolfo from Fiumicino Airport, is the taxi; the fare is about 80,00 Euros and it takes 1 hour; is also possible to take the train to Termini Station and change for a train to Castel Gandolfo. This solution is much cheaper, but you will take almost 2 hours.
Hotel Castel Gandolfo