Pure Motorhomes and McRent RV Rental
Pure Motorhomes offers a full range of motorhomes for groups of any size travelling in Italy. The largest are six-berth options, which have all the comforts of a modern motorhome and are less than two years old. For groups of four looking to hire a motorhome in Rome, Pure offers both fully equipped RVs and a standard modern campervan that skips the extra features to keep costs down. The two-berth camper is the smallest hire option, with a tent feature if you need sleeping space for two extra. McRent’s smallest RV in Italy is the Group Compact Plus, a small motorhome fit for two adults and one child. The Group Compact Luxury sleeps three adults, and the Family Standard and Plus both sleep four adults, with the Plus allowing room for two kids as well. Larger groups can consider the Group Premium Plus, which has space for up to six adults. These two suppliers operate at Via Mario Sansone 15, which is 15 kilometres from the Leonardo da Vinci International Airport, and 22 kilometres from Rome Airport. There are no transfers available to get you there so you’ll need to make your own way. The office is open on weekdays from 9am to 6pm, and drop offs run to 11am, while pick ups are scheduled between 3.30pm and 5pm. Don’t be late when returning your motorhome, as you will be charged 27€ per hour.
Spaceships is a brand known around the world for its bright orange and affordable campervans. The Rome depot is located at Via Tiberina, Km 1,400, which is about 21 kilometres north of the city. Spaceships doesn’t run a transfer service, so you’ll need to make your own way there. To do this, you can take the FC3 to the Prima Porta station then jump on the free shuttle that travels to and from Camping Tiber. Spaceships has a fleet of four simple vans to choose from. There’s the newest and most popular model, the two-berth VW camper car with cooking basics and minimum branding. The classic models are the Alpha 2 Berth and the newer Beta 2 Berth - the latter with side awning, ABS brakes, air bags and a dual side door. The largest campervan in the Spaceships fleet is the four-berth Voyager, a Ford Transit Custom with loads of room for small groups. None of these campers have bathroom facilities, so you’ll need to stay in campgrounds or caravan parks during your trip. Each hire comes with 24-hour roadside assistance, unlimited kilometres, no extra driver fees and standard third party insurance. Office hours are from 9am to 5pm daily.
Motorhomes Italy groups its fleet of RVs into A, B, C, and D. Group A is your standard motorhome with space for three or four people to sleep comfortably. Group B is comprised of six-berth coachbuilt RVs with rear bunks and small dinettes. Group C is also six-berth, but adds a little more comfort with a rear double bed rather than a bunk. Group D is the largest and most luxurious, with space for six or seven to sleep comfortably, and a double dinette. Group A and D are Ford Transit models, while B and C are Fiat Ducatos. The Motorhomes Italy Rome branch is found at Via G.L. Squarcialupo 50. The depot is open from 9.30am to 12.30pm, then again between 3.30pm and 6.30pm, all on weekdays. If you need to pick up or drop off on a weekend or Bank Holiday, you can arrange this for a fee of 50€. Note there are no transfers offered to or from any airports or hotels.
Freedom Holiday campers is located Via Cristoforo Colombo n° 2339 KM 23,500. There are transfers available between the depot and Leonardo da Vinci International Airport during business hours of 9am to 1pm and 4pm to 7pm on weekdays and 9.30am to 1pm on Saturdays. While pick up times are from 4pm to 6pm and drop offs are made between 9am and 12.30pm, you can arrange another time for a fee of 50€. Freedom Holiday campers cover all sizes of motorhome, but even the smallest has all the features of a large RV. The two- to four- berth campervan is spacious, well-designed and has a kitchenette and bathroom, and there is an option for a four- to six- berth RV for groups who’d like more room. There is also the option for a large seven-berth motorhome, and another that has a small garage for storing equipment such as bikes, tents, and other outdoor activity gear. Option extra features for hire include GPS, bike racks and bikes, child seats, insurance and cleaning.
Van Italy Rentals
Van Italy offers three van hire options from Rome. There’s the Volkswagen Westfalia California, a standard van with bed space for four and no extra frills to keep the price down. There’s also a Mercedes Westfalia Marcopolo, and Carthago Malibu, both of which also sleep four and skip the added features. Note that with any of these hires, you’ll need to stay in campgrounds or caravan parks to use the kitchen and bathroom facilities. Van Italy includes unlimited kilometres and insurance on all rental vehicles. The Van Italy depot operates from Via Angelo Olivieri, 59\b, Lido di Ostia, which is only 10 kilometres from the Leonardo da Vinci International Airport. There are no transfer services on offer so you’ll need to make your own way there. The office is open from 9.30am to 1pm, and from 4pm to 7pm Monday through Saturday, but is closed on Sundays and public holidays. If you need an after hours return, you may be able to arrange this through prior written agreement.
Big Sky Motorhomes
Big Sky motorhomes does not have a depot in Rome, so any pick ups and drop offs will likely happen at the airport where a company representative will meet you in the arrivals hall to talk you through your rental. If you prefer, you can arrange the pick up for a city location, such as a hotel. Normal hours of operation are between 10am and 1pm, and between 4pm and 6.30pm on weekdays, and from 10.30am to 1pm on Saturdays. If your flight gets in earlier or later than this, you may be able to arrange an out-of-hours pick up. Big Sky’s fleet of motorhomes includes everything from basic two-person vans to deluxe RVs. The Big Sky A is a van with a poptop that allows for two adults and two children to travel comfortably, while the Big Sky B is a standard van for two with a toilet and shower. From there, the motorhomes only get bigger and more luxurious. There are RVs for groups of four, five, six or seven, many of which are late model vehicles and all of which are fitted with modern features.