Comfort Hotel Roma Airport Fiumicino
Via Tempio della Fortuna , 52b
Phone: (39) 06 65029681
Fax: (39) 06 6523713
Via Tempio della Fortuna , 52b, Fiumicino, IT, 00054
- Phone: (39) 06 65029681
- Fax: (39) 06 6523713
Though it might have a unique ring to the name, Acquophono happens to be nothing but one of the best restaurants along the coast of Rome. Standing over an area that used to be dotted with eateries, spas and entertainment outlets during the Roman civilization, this laid back eatery with an old rustic charm is a local favorite. With unique bric-a-brac such as pots, stools, chairs, pipes hung unpretentiously throughout and the museum of useless inventions within, Acquophono promises never to leave you with a bored moment. A variety of games, live music and warm friendly hosts, Acquophono leaves you asking for more.
When the sweltering heat of Rome becomes unbearable and you don't have time to travel to one of Italy's breathtakingly beautiful beaches, you settle for Ostia. All the way at the end of the strip, Faber Beach is not just another lot of sand on the umbrella-speckled shoreline; it is where the party's at! A DJ spins get-up-and-dance music, (often inspiring sunbathers to jump on their lounge chair and do just that) from his podium perched above the sea of gleaming bodies. The scene is body-conscious, flirtatious, youthful and fun. Under the DJ podium is a beach bar that serves fresh fruit bowls, iced coffee drinks and gelato to rejuvenate yourself throughout a long day of tanning and rocking-out. To see all the fun before you go, visit their website and check out the live web-cam.
If you want a Spanish style restaurant with great sangria and paella (to be shared with two or more people), then you have come to the right place. The atmosphere at Don Pepe on weekends is serene, while still retaining a relaxed feel during the weekdays. The view is fantastic: it overlooks the sea, with Spanish music, and the waiters are dressed in traditional costumes. Don't forget to check the specials: they vary from seafood dishes to tapas to cheese and chips.
At Arsenico e Vecchi Merletti (Arsenic and Old Lace) you will hear some great live music. The landlord, blues artist Herbie Goings, hates to be inconsistent, so his concerts are always a great experience. Sit back and unwind with a pizza and a beer to make the evening perfect.
Located within the Il Pellicano Hotel, this beautiful restaurant offers some of the delicacies from the Italian cuisine. The ambiance is upscale and trendy, that attracts the sophisticated crowd mainly from the hotel. Some of the items you may want to try are fish dishes, pastas, lasagnas, sea bass ravioli, salads, and most importantly the classic pizzas. However stuffed you may be, you should not miss out on the special homemade delectable desserts, as well as the breads. With impeccable service, the portions served here are quite huge. For a lovely evening with a special someone, this place is ideal. Call ahead for reservations.
This one-of-a-kind venue houses a pizzeria, a bar, a disco, cabins, a private beach and even a swimming pool! It is closed for a few months during the year, but if you stop by in season, you will know why it is so popular. The versatile venue features a good mix of people. You can find guests enjoying volley ball on the beach, kids playing in the pool, youngsters dancing to the tracks in the disco, and others enjoying quieter moments in the restaurant, pizzeria and bar. Private events are also hosted here.
Head to this eatery after a round of sunbathing; it is a good venue to try out some flavorsome Italian preparations. The restaurant is outdoors, on a shaded deck; the bar is indoors. Although unadorned, a casual ambiance is created by the patio setting. The neatly-lined tables are covered with crisp butter yellow and sky blue linen. The Spaghetti alle vongole (spaghetti with clams) served here is a must!
If you are bored of appreciating the architectural wonders of Rome, hop into a bus and come to the magical town of Fregene. Miraggio Club is just 30 miles from the city center of Rome and it is definitely your best option for a quick getaway. The club has an alfresco restaurant, serving Roman delights. You can take long walks in the huge, lush green parks, enjoy a swim in the outdoor pool, play a rough game of tennis or simply chill at the Piano Bar with your favorite drink. If kids are coming along, you needn't worry, there is a kids' play area, water slides and a mini-garden to keep them busy. You can plan a one day picnic here or stay put in one of the on-site hotel rooms, which offer all the amenities. Note that your wallet will feel the dent here!
Ristorante Eden is a unique restaurant situated not far from the district of Ostia. The restaurant specializes in seafood dishes and it is very popular among the locals. Moreover, all their dishes (from appetizers to second courses) are prepared with a special touch of homely warmth. Service is efficient while also being friendly. Ristorante Eden accepts all major credit cards and reservations are preferred.
Pizza Metro is a small pizza place in Acilia. It offers a variety of pizzas by slice and it’s conveniently located right next to the metro stop. It has a small veranda, and tables inside as well. All major credit cards are accepted. -Maria Kochetkova
This enchanting little eatery will have you charmed from the minute you set your eyes on it. A pretty white cottage with a cozy, romantic interior, Mastino welcomes you to partake of traditional Italian fare at reasonable rates. Try the house specialty, crostini with mini clams. The overall dining experience will guarantee that your date is hooked, booked and cooked by the end of the evening!
Are you game for a change in the weekend outing options? If so, try the peppy Laguna Blu in Maccarese, perched on a beach just a short drive from Rome. The Italian preparations served in this picturesque setting are ideal to pacify your hunger after a bout of activities in the sun. You will also be pleased to know that it offers a solarium, beach volleyball courts, and a huge play area for the kids. With access to all this, why not spend the whole day here?