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Perched on 15 acres of private Mediterranean parkland overlooking the Eternal City, the Rome Cavalieri offers unparalleled experiences: 345 spacious guest rooms and 25 luxuriously appointed Suites; exclusive Imperial Club; supreme 3-star Michelin restaurant La Pergola; the world's most prestigious art collection housed within a hotel, including an astonishing Tiepolo triptych; prestigious Grand Spa Club; immaculate service to deliver guests sublime memories.
The Rome Cavalieri hotel provides a wealth of unparalleled services and amenities to ensure your stay in Rome is truly unforgettable. Voted No. 1 Hotel Spa in Europe and one of the Top 5 Worldwide by the readers of 'Travel + Leisure' magazine, the 2,500m²/26,910 sq. ft. Cavalieri Grand Spa Club offers one indoor and three glittering outdoor swimming pools, including a children's pool. Choose from an array of exclusive beauty and relaxation treatments, ranging from a Turkish bath to a Platinum-infused facial, then relax on a luxurious sun lounger or play your best tennis yet on one of two red-clay tennis courts.
Not only can you appreciate fantastic views of the Eternal city from the Rome Cavalieri but you can also arrive in moments in the city itself with the convenient and complimentary shuttle bus service, departing at various times during the day. Once amongst the blend of ancient and modern walls, you can experience the wonders of Roman culture, from shopping along narrow lanes full of boutiques and quaint galleries, to basking in the grandeur of the Colosseum.
Enjoy ice cold gelato and gaze at the Pantheon, still standing after thousands of years, or throw a lucky coin into the Trevi fountain to make a wish come true. Marvel at the magnificence of the Vatican City, or contemplate wonderful works of art at the Galleria Doria Pamphilj, featuring pieces by Raphael, Velasquez and Claude Lorrain. Sit down for a delicious Italian pizza or pasta, in one of the many world-class restaurants that line the edges of picturesque plazas, or catch a quick espresso in a relaxed coffee shop. Rome is a pleasure for the senses, offering the best food, beautiful and ornate architecture, and the finest fashion houses.
Hotel Facilities & Services
- Total Rooms Number: 370
- 24 hour front desk
- Lift to all Floors
- Air Conditioned Public Areas
- Multilingual Staff
- Internet Access
- Air Conditioning
- Mini bar
- In Room Safe
- Pay Movies
- Direct Dial Telephone
- Complimentary Newspaper
- Laundry/Dry Cleaning Services
- Housekeeping (daily)
- Cable/Satellite TV channels
- Indoor Pool Free: No
- Heated: Yes
- Free: No
- Tennis Free: No
- Sauna Free: No
- Name: Cipro
- Distance: 1.3 miles
- Name: Balduina
- Distance: 1 mile
- Name: Rome Airport
- Distance: 6 miles
- Cots/Cribs Free: No
- Interconnecting Rooms
- Baby Sitting
Bar and Restaurant
- Bar in Hotel
- Restaurant in hotel
- Children's Menu available
- Highchairs available
- Nearest Tube/Metro Name: Cipro Distance: 1.3 miles
- Nearest Rail Name: Balduina Distance: 1 mile
- Nearest Airport Name: Rome Airport Distance: 6 miles
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TripAdvisor Traveller Rating
- Overall: based on 6110 reviews
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Stay Date: 03/2018, RodneyfromLondon wrote this review.
Luxury and comfort: we got what we conference participants paid for. The staff were ubiquitous, invariably courteous and attentive. My room 323 (photo) was extremely spacious and outstandingly well equipped: two beds so comfortable that it didn’t mat… See more
Luxury and comfort: we got what we conference participants paid for. The staff were ubiquitous, invariably courteous and attentive. My room 323 (photo) was extremely spacious and outstandingly well equipped: two beds so comfortable that it didn’t matter that at Reception my booking of one queen bed had been confirmed); a generously sized desk; numerous power points and light switches (with no indications of what they controlled, so that it took me some time to establish how to turn off the beside light); a huge bathroom with a bath/shower (photo) – but it took some effort to turn off completely the cold tap on the basin; and a large balcony (photo) with a view (photo). The cleaning staff were unobtrusive and thorough, even tidying away the items I had left in the bathroom. The bathrobes were an added bonus. The waste bins did not have the pedal-operated metal lids that make the guest’s life unnecessarily difficult in some hotels. The one item lacking was tea/coffee-making facilities. Although the exterior (photos) was fairly modern, the interior was traditionally luxurious. The view from the 9th (top) floor terrace (photo) was spectacular – open for dinner, but not during the day. The grounds were extensive, also with memorable views (photos). One consequence of the views was a considerable distance to the centre of Rome: the shuttle bus was helpful. The breakfast buffet (partial photo) was overwhelmingly varied, including a new English-language expression for me: “centrifugate of kiwi” (photo). The conference set lunch was tasty, but service to the very big group was slow. This hotel provided a first in my experience: a door notice to alert staff to the presence of a pet in the room. Collapse
Stay Date: 03/2018, Louise D wrote this review.
I don’t think I have ever been at a fancy hotel as this! I felt a bit underdressed while stepping into the lobby at arrival and probably I was. Since we were there for the PromaxBDA (a conference) with work I don’t know how the prices are or what st… See more
I don’t think I have ever been at a fancy hotel as this! I felt a bit underdressed while stepping into the lobby at arrival and probably I was. Since we were there for the PromaxBDA (a conference) with work I don’t know how the prices are or what staying as a normal guest is like but I will just let you know this: Was I happy about my boss’ decision about letting us stay at this hotel for 3 nights? Yes! The breakfast was delicious, the terrace and lounge were nice and one day we actually got our room cleaned twice (double up on the chocolate on the pillow, yaay!) The style of the hotel is not my kind of style but I won’t hold it against them. ���� Collapse
Above Average Experience Overall But Expected A Little More As A Diamond Member
Stay Date: 03/2018, Stephen B wrote this review.
The hotel is beautiful, the staff is fairly accommodating. If I were not loyal to Hilton and a diamond member, I would've given the hotel 4 stars, as that is what it would've been worth to me if I didn't have status with Hilton. Pros: • La Pergol… See more
The hotel is beautiful, the staff is fairly accommodating. If I were not loyal to Hilton and a diamond member, I would've given the hotel 4 stars, as that is what it would've been worth to me if I didn't have status with Hilton. Pros: • La Pergola was great, though getting a table was not easy. • Beautiful views of Rome • Friendly staff • Breakfast buffet was great, and as expected, included as a diamond member. • In general, it will meet most people’s expectations. Cons: • Disappointed as a diamond member. ⁃ I booked a reward stay for 5 nights as a diamond member, and since this trip was a very special occasion for us, I reached out via numerous methods in advance to inquire about the possibility of upgrades (Phone/Email/Instagram/TripAdvisor), including various preferences should availability be limited, and I was slightly disappointed to only be offered a Twin Rome View room on the 4th floor, the second lowest offering at the hotel. ⁃ I was already aware of the fact that Diamond members do not have access to the “Imperial” floors or the lounge, so I am not holding this fact against them, despite that sort of thing being standard across other Hilton properties. ⁃ Additionally, on the night before we checked out of our 5 night stay, we requested a slightly later checkout and were not able to confirm this for us, asking we call again in the morning. As a diamond member, I've never experienced that at any other hotel in the Hilton family. ⁃ Similarly, the spa, which we were able to access as a diamond member was closed after our first day, so this benefit was essentially nonexistent and un-acknowledged. The one day we were able to use it, it was nice, and it would’ve made my list of “pros.” • Other Items ⁃ Double authorizations for every incidental that remain on my card 2 weeks later on top of the initial pre-authorization for incidentals. So if you order room service, every time that amount is authorized and not removed in a timely manner, and then at checkout the full amount is billed on top of all of the initial authorizations. This is not a huge deal, as I have plenty of credit available, but it is slightly inconsiderate. I also needed to request a receipt from the hotel, as one was not automatically provided digitally. ⁃ The 20 minute shuttle or Uber ride into the heart of Rome did end up being a bit more inconvenient than I expected. If you want to explore Rome, it ends up being the sort of hotel where you leave in the morning and don't come back to the hotel until you are done with your day/evening. As a New Yorker, I would compare it to having a hotel located in Queens. ⁃ The cost of incidentals is borderline insane, even for a luxury hotel in a major city. Like $10.50 for a can of soda from the mini-bar, $29 for a Caesar Salad without chicken from room service, etc. We ended up grabbing some snacks and beverages from the city and keeping them in our room, but for 5 nights, we still racked up $817 in incidentals, simply because there are no food/drink options other than from the hotel nearby. Thanks! Stephen from NYC Collapse
Stay Date: 03/2018, jackierandall wrote this review.
My daughter and I spent a very memorable weekend here last week. The hotel is on top of a hill, so with a city facing room the views are simply stunning. You can see everything from the comfort of your balcony - the Vatican, the coliseum...etc. … See more
My daughter and I spent a very memorable weekend here last week. The hotel is on top of a hill, so with a city facing room the views are simply stunning. You can see everything from the comfort of your balcony - the Vatican, the coliseum...etc. The rooms were spacious and comfortable and the beds superb. They even have a pillow menu if you need special pillows. The breakfasts were excellent. One of my favourite things was entirely unexpected - the owners of the hotel are art collectors,and the furnishings and art in the public rooms are all of museum quality. It was a privilege to be surrounded by such history. The hotel is about 20-25 minutes from the centre of Rome, but the free shuttle bus service throughout the day makes this completely painless - and our driver was full of information about all the sites we passed. A wonderful weekend break, thank you to all the staff whose helpfullness and willingness to go the extra mile made it all so special. Collapse
Heritage hotel-decent location
Stay Date: 02/2018, GAGTVM wrote this review.
I stayed here as part of a conference. The location is slightly away from the centre of town but they have regular shuttles to and fro. The property might feel a bit dated in bits and pieces though it does retain the traditional charm. There are some… See more
I stayed here as part of a conference. The location is slightly away from the centre of town but they have regular shuttles to and fro. The property might feel a bit dated in bits and pieces though it does retain the traditional charm. There are some spectacular views from one side of the hotel as this is located on top of a cliff. Food is excellent and service is top class too. Collapse
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