December 9, 2017 for 3 nights for 2 adults.
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Park Hotel Villa Grazioli in Grottaferrata, Italy
Erected in the 16th century, the spectacular Park Hotel Villa Grazioli attracted the celebrated from its very first days. Dukes have resided in this superb patrician villa, and the Marquis de Sade once praised its elegance. Perched on a pastoral hillside, this Small Luxury Hotels of the World affiliate delivers sweeping views from the Tyrrhenian Sea and dazzling nighttime vistas of Rome. Inspired 17th century frescoes make this magnificently restored national monument a living museum.
Life at the villa focuses on leisurely pursuits. Hours can be spent simply strolling the surrounding parklands and their restored Italian gardens. Another quiet pleasure is dining at Acqauviva, serving typical Roman and Mediterranean dishes in the midst of lovely views. If you're feeling outdoorsy, spend an afternoon horseback riding or fishing. And, of course, you'll want to visit the nearby Eternal City—home to the breathtaking Sistine Chapel, the Spanish Steps, the Trevi Fountain and more.
Location of Park Hotel Villa Grazioli
Nearest Airport: CIA, FCO
Amenities for Park Hotel Villa Grazioli
- General Information
- 50 Guest Rooms
- On-Site Amenities
- Laundry Service
- Wellness Center
- Multilingual Staff
- Art Collection
- Outdoor Pool
- In-Room Amenities
- Air Conditioning
- Flat-Screen Televisions
- Wine Tasting
- Meeting Rooms
- Rollaway Beds
- Historic Sites
- Food & Wine
- Summer Getaways
Reviews for Park Hotel Villa Grazioli
I found this hotel on Booking.com. From the description, photos and price, I was expecting something a little bit more up kept than what I found. The hotelâ€™s main floor (reception area and lounge) and grounds are lovely and very historic. I was told at the time of my booking that our rooms were to be in the main building. Instead they were in a separate building across the way. The rooms were old and barren. Bathrooms very outdated. Breakfast was 10 Euro extra per person. Not the best hotel experience.
Alexandra M - Terracina
My wife and I recently spent 2 nights here, with day excursions into Rome. Here are a few thoughts: 1. We were traveling in off season, so the place was quiet and we almost felt we had the grounds to ourselves (which we liked). 2. The food is good and reasonably priced. 3. We drove, so it was nice to have readily accessible parking and the hotel provides a shuttle to the train station. If you have a car & want to hit the main attractions in Rome, the train is the way to go. Parking & driving in Rome is pretty crazy (but I still tried it before using the train). 4. The place is a little tough to find. It did take a couple of laps to find it. Overall, I really enjoyed this place. If you are looking for an upscale hotel downtown, this is probably not going to suit you. If you want a quiet place with great views of the town that is fairly close to local shops & attractions, this is worth a look.
Jim M - Denver, Colorado
The villa is lovely, peaceful, and resplendent. The main building is stunning with antiquities and painted ceilings. I enjoyed opening the shutters in my room, and getting a feel for the surroundings. My stay was short as I was kicking off a multi-city trip, but it was nice to get a little bit of luxury in this first stay. I loved the bathroom's tile and water pressure. my bedroom was spacious, though the beds are a bit too firm. Breakfast was lovely and I would definitely start again.
We had a problem on the first day because of the bed in our room (really uncomfortable) and the embarrassing noise of the room beside . The guy at the reception couldn't change the room saying that hotel was full and moreover, as we booked with booking we couldn't deserve anything better!!! the morning after, by paying 40â‚¬ more, we got an upgrade and thing went definitively better ...wasn't the hotel full booked?! Generally the hotel is little aged, it probably had its best days during the 80's and 90's, needs a restoration but the position and the view , especially the one on Rome is really beautiful.
FrancescaS1978 - Pomezia, Italy
Frascati is a quaint town with a couple of very good restaurants and lovely white wine. Sadly the Grazioli hotel doesn't live up to either. This is a decrepit old group of buildings that haven't had any investment for years. The attached photographs were of our bathroom. Mold and Mildew !!! The Villa is falling apart and the frescos on the ceilings are horrible. Parking is go as you please and the complementary Mini-Bus should be condemned! The worst hotel we have stayed in anywhere.
brad_holbrook - Villefranche-sur-Mer, France