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Reviewed 26 July 2012

Villa is a great building near Frascati. Well furnished and comfortable, with limits. Rooms are small, suites are good. Service in July was under ordinary levels expected for the Small Leading Hotel affiliation. Dinner in the garden was spectacular (see photo), overlooking Rome. We were there on a weekend where they closed the pool for a publicity photo shoot which could have been done at a different time, like morning, or mid week. The pool attendant just said - pool closed - you have to leave. Villa Graziola will not satisfy the traveler expecting 5 star service. It's a building that kinda offers "take it or leave it" Stay there if you get a good rate. Pretend you know the Cardinals from an earlier century.

Room Tip: Aim for a suite upgrade. Stay in the Villa. Enjoy the garden dinner.
  • Stayed: July 2012, travelled as a couple
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Thank JGSwick
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Reviewed 9 July 2012

We spent two nights here following a cruise in the Western Mediterranean. The hotel is a converted villa, originally built as a hilltop hideaway for a Cardinal hoping to escape the heat and congestion of Rome. It was perfect! Rome in the heat of August is hard to endure, but this hilltop location catches the breeze off the Tyrrhenian Sea and is pleasant on the hottest days. We traveled from Civitavecchia to Frescati by train and were treated like old friends by the staff. You can go up on the roof and watch a soccer game in the village below or just admire the fantastic views of Rome lit up at night.

  • Stayed: August 2011, travelled as a couple
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1  Thank Daniel E
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Reviewed 7 July 2012

I visited the Villa recently to attend a party arranged by my company, all I can say is oh lucky me. The Villa it self is stunning and for me displays everything I love about Italy, history, excellent food, stunning setting, and fantastic Italian hospitality. My evening was magical and I urge you to visit Grazioli. I will certainly be going back for a longer visit. Thank you to all the staff.

Room Tip: As I did not stay the night I cannot rate the rooms
  • Stayed: June 2012, travelled on business
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1  Thank Amber56
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Reviewed 5 July 2012

Lovely situated hotel close to Rome, on a hill, almost 400 metres over sea level. Hotel building from end of 1580. Lovely with charm.
Really nice people in reception, friendly and also good englishspoken.
Stayed in the main building. Booked through SLH homepage.
Clean and nice rooms, but really bad beds, stone hard!
The view from the room is breathtaking, you see all of Rome.
Breakfast really low, a conference group of about 60 people had breakfast just before 8 AM and the "buffet" was almost empty. Asked for fried or boiled eggs (the cantines were empty and the scrambled eggs probably tasted good an hour ago when they were freshly made)and got the answer that there are some scrambled but the rest was just empty.
So for the view a tiptop, but the beds and breakfast very low.
The hotel runs a pool area, very beatyful in a garden, clean and proper, and also a small shop, expensive.

Room Tip: If you wish a room with a view, book a room in the main bulding. If you want a modern room book at the garden.
  • Stayed: July 2012, travelled as a couple
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Thank Traveloholicman
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Reviewed 21 June 2012

We spent 3 nights here only trying the restaurant on the 2nd night - it was fantastic - waiting service superb, food superb. Good range of wine.

The building is very old and beautiful so dated bedrooms could be expected. Lovely grounds.

  • Stayed: June 2012
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Thank Neil W
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