The Rome Cavalieri is an elegant hotel set within fifteen acres of Mediterranean parkland.
Located on one of the hills that surround The Eternal City, The Rome Cavalieri resides with views into the downtown area and right across to St. Peter’s and the Pantheon. Sunday brunch in the L‘Uliveto Restaurant by the outdoor pool is a hit amongst locals and visitors alike, (this is no city in which to diet,) and can be enjoyed overlooking the family pool so children aren’t forced to sit through a long and stuffy Sunday lunch.
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La Pergola restaurant – the city’s most prestigious three Michelin star restaurant – has to be tried. Though overseen by renound German chef, Heinz Beck, it is an Italian leader; it would be a sin to sleep at the Cavallieri without eating at this culinary institution. The inevitable calories can be worked off in the incredible Cavalieri Grand Spa Club. Considered by many to be the most luxurious spa and fitness facility in all of Italy, the 2200 meter squared space is an oasis of health and pampering. The La Prairie caviar facial is a must, but if you’re after activity, try the 800-meter fitness trail within the stunning grounds of this private Mediterranean park.
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Taking inspiration from the hotel’s hugely popular gladiator lessons for children in the hotel’s private gardens, the Rome Cavalieri is now offering a complimentary mini-gladiator dressing up box for all children under ten years of age. On check-in, children are provided with their own colouring books. The hotel also offers excellent children’s menus and the Sunday brunch mentioned above features a clown with balloons, games, pizza, cake-making and a toy corner (if, of course, they aren’t keen on the nearby pool). The hotel has three outdoor swimming pools in total including a dedicated children’s pool and poolside entertainment for tots.
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