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Happy Village & Camping

619 reviews
+39 06 3362 6401

Top Amenities

Free Wifi
Free Parking
Pets Allowed

Happy Village Camping, A Quaint Oasis and Camper’s Haven in Rome

What Do the Rooms Include?

For a quiet retreat away from busy streets, this campsite is an oasis. Happy Village Camping is your answer to cheap hotels in Rome. With bungalows and basic camping amenities, you’ll feel at ease back at the camp. Coffee, toilet paper, and clean towels are not included—so add these things to your packing list. Minimal is key at Happy Village, but the friendly staff and scenes of the Italian countryside make it all worthwhile.  

What Amenities Does the Happy Village Camping offer?

You can eat on-site at Restaurant Morabezza, and the menu comes complete with Italian cuisine and delicious pizzas at a reasonable price. Drinks are also offered at the restaurant bar with the occasional live music act. You might like to relax in the sun poolside or dive in for a swim—swimming caps required! They might charge you for wi-fi and room service, but you can hop the shuttle to the train station for free!

What are the Rates Like?

Happy Village Camping is one of the cheapest ways to stay when in Rome. Go with the basic option and you’ll have camp-style amenities for the low rate of $20 to $36 a night depending on the season. Upgrade your stay to add things like room service, an airport shuttle, cooking facilities, or access to the lobby to your list of optional amenities.

Can I Bring My Dog to the Happy Village Camping?

Indeed—both cats and dogs can stay at the campsite. You can only bring one, so choose wisely. Keep in mind, you have a 20 kg weight limit for pets. Bring your small or medium-sized dog, but leave the big dog at home.

What’s the Bottom Line?

This campsite is the way to save money on a trip to Rome. You’ll find this camper’s haven a relaxing escape from the inner city—if you know what to expect! Sure, the wi-fi costs extra and may be a bit unreliable for business, but the transportation is not. With a prompt shuttle to take you to and from Prima Porta train station, you’re just a short ride from Rome.


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Via del Prato della Corte 1915
Rome, 00123
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User Highlights
Bar and Beverages
"Clean swimming pool" "Fantastic pool area"
Clean pool, said 100%.
"Gentle staff" "Nice people in reception"
83% found the staff to be very friendly.
86% were happy with the shuttle service.
"The closest train station" "Camp store on site"
Distant to city centre, said 63%.
Shopping was too far away, according to 75%.
Value for money
"Free toiletries" "Pricey 4 course meals"
71% thought it was overpriced.
"Large restaurant" "Pricey 4 course meals"
57% thought the dining experience was appropriate.
90% loved the pizza.
"Clean place." "Clean swimming pool"
53% said rooms were dirty.
78% thought it was clean.
"Not much light" "Do NOT have air conditioning"
67% didn't like the uncomfortable beds.
89% thought it was pleasantly quiet.
"Not much light" "Don't have soap"
63% complained about the bathroom.
53% said rooms were dirty.
"There was no access to wifi" "Slow Internet in the rooms"
72% said the wifi quality was bad.
71% thought it was overpriced.

Good to know...

Good shuttle service
Shower can be a problem
Beds need improvement
Bathroom could be optimized
Hotel Information
Airport Shuttle
Bar or Lounge
Free Parking
Free Wifi
Pets Allowed
From 2:00pm*must be 18 or older to check-in
Until 11:00am
# of Rooms
  • Local Tax: EUR 2 per person, per night, up to 10 nights. This tax does not apply to children under 10 years of age.
  • Rollaway Bed Fee: EUR 10.00 per night
  • Internet Fee: EUR 2.00 per hour (rates may vary)
  • Airport Shuttle Fee: EUR 70 per person (one way)
  • Breakfast Fee: EUR 3.50 per person (approximately)
  • Pet Deposit: EUR 100.00
Some smoking-allowed rooms