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Monte Artemisio Villa Artemis
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Reviewed 5 April 2015

Our EF tour group stayed at Monte Artemisio in March 2015. This family owned establishment greeted our group with cookies and juice. Although an hour drive from Rome, the view on the way up was beautiful passing Lake Albano and the Pope's summer residence. Our skilled bus driver navigated the narrow, winding road with ease. The rooms were average but clean, fine for our exhausted group. We were delighted by the 3 course meal served in the dining room by proud and experienced servers. The kitchen was willing and able to accommodate specific dietary requests for several in our group. The dining room was the one place to intermittently capture wifi. Beware, when the locals log onto the bandwidth for soccer, it becomes impossible to get on! The grounds were peppered with sculptures and had a small play area for younger kids. Our group felt safe and enjoyed the quiet that this hotel offered after a long journey from Canada.

Room Tip: Three of our groups rooms in the main building had an attached balcony.
  • Stayed: March 2015, travelled with friends
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2  Thank Sandy B
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Reviewed 14 June 2014

Hotel is off the beaten path and our tour bus had a hard time getting there. Is near a beautify hilltop community overlooking lake and Rome. Hotel owners greeted us with local cookies and juice. Picturesque hotel, setting but a little dated. Rooms were small but comfortable. Pool area was nice for relaxing. Restaurant was very good. Downside was how long it took to get to Rome. We went on a high traffic day and it took two plus hours. Wifi was not accessible in rooms, only lobby and there it was spotty.

  • Stayed: June 2014, travelled with family
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2  Thank pmartin57
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Reviewed 29 June 2009

We stayed at the Monte Artesimio in June 2009 with an EF tour group. The hotel has more than one building on the property, so our group was in two separate buildings. That was fine with me, because the noisy ones weren't in our building! :) The hotel is quite remote, about a 45 min-1 hour drive from Rome, pretty much in the middle of no where. But the grounds of the hotel are very pretty, with sculpted bushes, many large statues, a beautiful pavilion, and a great pool. Our group was greeted with cold drinks and cookies upon our arrival-the only hotel to do this during our 10 day tour. At dinner, they brought appetizers prior to our meal, also the only hotel to do this during our tour. Our dinner there was very tasty, and the staff was excellent. Our room was very tiny, but the bed was comfortable and everything, including the bathroom was spotlessly clean. I am not sure if it had air conditioning or not. We opened our window for an hour before bed, and then closed it tight, and were cool all night, in spite of the sweltering weather in Rome that day. The hotel went out of their way for our breakfast compared to other hotels we stayed at. They served us fried eggs, cereal, warm rolls, yogurt, and several types of sweet rolls that looked like fancy donuts. They were the only hotel to serve us hot chocolate. The entire staff went out of their way to be gracious and welcoming to us, and I felt like a valued customer instead of a bother. If you are looking for a clean, quiet, comfy place to stay, and don't mind a small room, I would recommend this place.

  • Stayed: June 2009
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7  Thank momof2kids319
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Reviewed 18 June 2008

This hotel is located in a very remote location. Too far away from Rome. Reminded me of a campground and the rooms are definitely dorm room style. The walls are paper thin. It is in definite need of updating. The tour company we went through picked the hotel. We had no choice in the matter. Would never stay there again. The food in the restaurant was o.k. A/C barely pumped out air. Rooms were meagerly furnished. Very low quality accommodations.

  • Stayed: June 2008
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3  Thank jugasne
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  • Stayed: April 2018, travelled with friends
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