Rome Cavalieri, A Waldorf Astoria Resort

Rome, Italy

Features

  • Day Spa
  • Detox
  • Family Friendly
  • Fine Dining
  • Outdoors
  • Pets Welcome
  • Retreat
  • Super-luxe
  • Wellness

Spa

  • Pool
  • Thermal Facilities

To Do

  • Gymnasium
  • Hiking/walks
  • Kids club
  • Meditation
  • Personal training
  • Pilates
  • Pool – Indoor
  • Pool – Outdoor
  • Shopping
  • Sightseeing
  • Tennis
  • Yoga

The Rome Cavalieri exceeds the expectations of a stay in Rome. As the only resort retreat in the Eternal City, it boasts an enviable position atop Monte Mario hill, and is located just 15 minutes from the city center. The iconic hotel offers unforgettable sensory experiences and outstanding facilities. Each of the 345 guestrooms and 25 Suites have with a private balcony or terrace to take in the views. Boasting four bars and two restaurants – including the supreme 3-Michelin star rooftop restaurant “La Pergola” headed by Chef Heinz Beck, the hotel also showcases a museum-worthy private art collection, with more than 1,100 authentic masterpieces.

The fabulous Grand Spa Club spans over 2,500 sqm, and offers an array of signature beauty and relaxation treatments. There’s also a cutting-edge fitness area, 1 indoor/3 outdoor swimming pools and a 15-acres of private Mediterranean parkland.

Enhanced by the genuine True Waldorf Service, the Rome Cavalieri is one-of-a-kind hotel delivering experiences.

The Spa

Cavalieri Grand Spa Club

The award-winning 2,500 sqm Cavalieri Grand Spa Club offers an array of exclusive beauty and relaxation treatments. The centrepiece of the spa is the spectacular Turkish bath with hot and cold plunge pools, complemented by saunas, hydro-massage and whirlpools. There are 10 fabulous themed treatment rooms where therapists offer signature treatments from La Prairie and Aromatherapy Associates. Further facilities include 1 indoor pool/3 outdoor summer pools including a children’s pool with a spacious sundeck.

Fitness options include a state-of-the-art gymnasium with Artis by Technogym equipment, adjoining Pilates and Yoga rooms, 2 red-clay tennis courts as well as an 800 meter long fitness trail, located in the hotels park.

You can round off a day at the Grand Spa in the fabulous Roman-style relaxation lounge where you can recline like an emperor on cushioned divans. In the great tradition of Rome baths, the Grand Spa tends to body, mind and spirit – soothing, stimulating, and rejuvenating.

Spa Facilities

  • 3 outdoor pools, including a children’s pool
  • 1 indoor pool
  • Separated saunas for him and for her
  • Turkish bath with hot and cold plunge pools, hydro-massage and whirlpools
  • State-of-the-art gymnasium with Artis by Technogym equipment
  • 2 red-clay tennis courts
  • 800 meter long fitness trail located in the Hotel’s park
  • 15-acre private Mediterranean parkland
  • 10 themed treatment rooms
  • Roman-style relaxation lounge

Spa Products

To Stay

The Rome Cavalieri offers 345 luxurious guest rooms and 25 spacious Suites – each with a private balcony or terrace. The rooms are designed with sleeping and living areas, and come with a range of stylish features like baths in Roman travertine marble, automatic shutters, double soundproof door and flat screen televisions.

Guests staying in Imperial Rooms and Suites enjoy complimentary daily access to both the Grand Spa and the elite services of the exclusive Imperial Club, including a sumptuous buffet breakfast, complimentary alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages, afternoon tea and pre-dinner canapés.

The Imperial Club is one of the most appealing spaces in the Rome Cavalieri, where guests can meet, browse a selection of newspapers and magazines, catch up on the latest news or sports on satellite television channels, or simply relax with a good book.

Check in: 3:00 PM
Check out: 12:00 PM

To Eat

The Rome Cavalieri hosts “La Pergola”, the first and only 3 starred Michelin restaurant in Rome, which attest to the excellence of its cuisine. Under the direction of celebrated Chef Heinz Beck since 1994, the menu at La Pergola represents innovative and exciting cuisine while maintaining a respect for culinary tradition and fresh ingredients.

The restaurant boasts a wine cellar with over 65,000 bottles, a water menu with 29 choices, a selection of olive oils and vintage balsamic vinegars from the best producers in Italy.

L’Uliveto restaurant features regional Italian cuisine with a spectacular terrace overlooking the outdoor pool and park. The Sunday Brunch is a dining experience not-to-be-missed for the whole family.

Four bars, includign the elegant Tiepolo Lounge and Terrace, complete the rich culinary offer at Rome Cavalieri.


Facilities and Activities

  • 15-acre private Mediterranean park overlooking Rome and the Vatican
  • Located just 3 km from the Vatican and 5 km for the historic city centre
  • 345 ample guestrooms (the largest in town) and 25 luxurious Suites, all with private balcony or terrace
  • Exclusive Imperial Club, offering exclusive VIP services and amenities
  • La Pergola, Rome’s first and only 3 star rated Michelin roof garden restaurant
  • Europe’s most prestigious art collection
  • Award-winning 2.500 sq.mt. Cavalieri Grand Spa Club, with fitness center
  • Signature la Prairie and Aromatherapy Associates facials and body treatments
  • 1 indoor/3 heated outdoor swimming pools including a children’s pool
  • One of the largest congress centre facility of any European 5-star deluxe hotel
  • Luxury Concierge services, including limousine rental, Rolls-Royce transfers, Super-car experience
  • Kids Programme, inclusive of Gladiator lesson, pizza making, cooking classes
  • Private visit to Sistine Chapel & Vatican Gardens, to private palaces usually closed to the public
  • An exclusive selection of local experiences available to guests staying in a Suite

For the Kids

The IT Kids Club at Rome Cavalieri caters to a range of interests, the hotel’s new summer programme will give children the opportunity to experience art, sports, cooking, and more – mixing fun with quality learning. Coupled with the hotel’s al-fresco Pool Bar and Chalet Stadium, little ones and teens can enjoy an abundance of summer activities throughout their stay.


Getting There

Via Alberto Cadlolo, 101, Rome, Metropolitan City of Rome, Italy

+390635092950

FIUMICINO AIRPORT
Take direct train ‘Leonardo Express’ from the train terminal (every 30 minutes) to Termini Station.
Take underground line A (direction Battistini) to Barberini – 2 stops.
On Piazza Barberini – corner with Via Veneto, you can find the Hotel shuttle bus (Rome Cavalieri, Waldorf Astoria Hotels & Resorts sign). Please check the departure times below. Space subject to availability and capacity.

CIAMPINO AIRPORT
Take ‘Terravision’ bus direct from arrivals to Termini Station.
Take underground line A (direction Battistini) to Barberini – 2 stops.
On Piazza Barberini – corner with Via Veneto, you can find the Hotel shuttle bus (Rome Cavalieri, Waldorf Astoria Hotels & Resorts sign). Please check the departure times below. Space subject to availability and capacity.

TERMINI STATION
Take underground line A (direction Battistini) to Barberini – 2 stops.
On Piazza Barberini – corner with Via Veneto, you can find the Hotel shuttle bus (Rome Cavalieri, Waldorf Astoria Hotels & Resorts sign). Please check the departure times below. Space subject to availability and capacity.

The closest port is Civitavecchia.

The helicopter pads are Ponte Galeria, Ciampino and Aeroporto di Roma-Urbe.

Eva WisemanBy Eva Wiseman

It’s possible to get the whole Roman experience from this 1960’s property set high on the hillside in 15 acres of lush Mediterranean park. Sparkling beneath you, below the three swimming pools, the city is laid out like a boardgame; indoors are museum-quality artworks, a gourmet restaurant, and a decadent pool. As we weaved our way up to the hotel, the city felt very far away, and I had the sinking feeling that it was one of those places where you’d feel a little stranded, ending up ordering room service in front of another Italian gameshow as you’d missed the last train to town. But we soon realised two things. First, that a shuttle bus takes visitors down the hill to the centre of Rome every half hour, which means there’s no excuse for missing the Trevi Fountain or Spanish Steps (both recently renovated by luxury brands). And secondly, that even if you were stranded, there must be few places where that would feel like a complete treat.

Cavalieri Grand Spa Club

An ‘Ancient Rome’-themed spa covers over 25,000 square feet, with indoor and outdoor pools, Turkish baths and saunas.
Feeling weighed down by excellent pasta and greying from local smoke, I went for the Cellular Resurfacing Facial to refresh me. Using La Prairie products, the therapist polished and hydrated my skin leaving me with a healthy glow, and feeling infinitely lighter.

The most expensive options are the Platinum Rare Facial, using infusions of pure platinum, and the three hour Swiss Bliss Treatment at €290.

To Stay

When you check in, ask for a Rome view to make the most of the panorama sprawling beneath your window. Each of the 345 bedrooms has its own private balcony, with the Penthouse and Planetarium suites offering private, 2,000-square-foot terraces with hot tubs and views of St. Peter’s Basilica.Not only are there sofas designed by Karl Lagerfeld, but Andy Warhol paintings hang on the wall. This is not your average hotel, and the decor will divide opinion. Personally, I loved the combination of 60’s brutal architecture and opulent Dolce Vita interiors.

To Eat

Reservations for La Pergola need to be made at least one month in advance, so I found myself in L’Uliveto, their second restaurant, where the service is impeccable, and the food delicious. But where you are always peering over your shoulder wondering what they’re getting at Heinz Beck’s Michelin starred place…

Don’t Miss

Though it’s tempting to laze in the hotel all day, allow the free shuttle bus to take you into the city. If only so you can return back knackered from walking, and really appreciate the sauna.


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