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Overlooking the panorama that has inspired visitors for centuries is Rome's most prestigious address – the Rome Cavalieri hotel. Though only minutes from the city's great monuments, the Rome Cavalieri has the …Moretranquility of an oasis. Enclosed in fifteen acres of lush Mediterranean parklands, this luxury hotel is a calm retreat in the heart of the Eternal City, an elegant refuge where time slows and hearts quicken.The first hotel in Europe to be part of the exclusive Waldorf Astoria Hotels & Resorts, the Rome Cavalieri hotel is more than just a 5–star property. It's the pre-eminent luxury hotel in Rome, with an art collection that outshines many museums, a Grand Spa that would be the envy of a prestige health resort, and standards of luxury that set it apart from other Rome hotels. The Rome Cavalieri brings new meaning to notions of Italian style, and new purpose to the fine art of exclusive hospitality. Less
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I would not recommend this Waldorf as the service was not what I expected from a “5 star” hotel.
Let’s start with the concierge. They did contact us 3 weeks ahead to see if they could help with anything, restaurant reservations, transportation, etc. However,
The Cavalieri is located atop a hill that provides a lovely view of Rome. If you have a lower floor (as we did) you can walk out of the hotel, turn left and in a 15 minute walk, you have a tremendous view of downtown...More
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Response from RobertaR0SSI, Front Office Manager at Rome Cavalieri, A Waldorf Astoria ResortResponded 27 June 2018
Dear Roger W,
Thank you so much for taking the time to write this great review!
All of the Rome Cavalieri team are happy to read that we exceeded your expectations with the hotel and the service received.
We appreciate your kind words and hope...More
This huge hotel is very plush. Rooms with City views have really stunning views over the city. The facilities are also excellent. However, it is far from the centre so it doesn't quite feel like being in Rome, even if you can see the Vatican...More
The Rome Cavalieri is minutes away from all of the attractions of ancient and modern Rome, but it is literally above it all and it feels like an oasis. High on a cliff with views of the city, a garden/resort setting, it is a wonderful...More
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If you are staying in any other 5star hotel in Rome other than Waldorf Astoria by Hilton and paying top $$$ for it you are doing it wrong!
Simple as that.
I’ve stayed in...More
The shuttle leaves Cavalieri every hour on the half hour (8:30, 9:30, etc.,) but it stops running @ 12:30 pm and starts again at 3:30. It goes to the Piazza Barberini, which is walking distance to the Trevi Fountain... More
The shuttle leaves Cavalieri every hour on the half hour (8:30, 9:30, etc.,) but it stops running @ 12:30 pm and starts again at 3:30. It goes to the Piazza Barberini, which is walking distance to the Trevi Fountain, Spanish Steps and Colesseum. We took the shuttle and walked to all those places. Colesseum is a bit further but still manageable.
It takes about 20-30 minutes to get there so if picks up on top of every hour except for the 3 hour break.
If you would rather not walk, there are a lot of hop on and hop off shuttles at the Piazza and you can book a ticket to travel around to all the sites as well.
I wouldn't stay at the Waldorf again. Wasted a lot of money we could have spent closer to the sites and their customer service is terrible.
I'm not familiar with Rome's NYE fireworks, but this hotels location would be perfect for waht you're describing, very helpful staff. I'm sure they could seat you at the restaurant/ perhaps even from your rooms balcony.
We had a private car transport us from the airport to the hotel for $45.00, from the hotel to the port was $145.00. Very convenient and much quicker than going into town and taking a bus (provided by ship).