Relais Castrum Boccea Hotel in Rome, Italy
Surronded by the green Roman countryside, where comes the fragrant wind of the sea, just 30 minutes from downtown, here is the "Castrum Boccea" a dwelling place in the medieval age and converted into a hotel relais. Surrounded by lush vegetation offers large outdoor and indoor space, an ideal setting for weddings, business meetings to stay in complete relaxation.
Relais Castrum is a historic property part of a mediaeval hamlet in Rome's Boccea area, 20 km from both the Vatican and Bracciano Lake. It offers luxury rooms and fine Italian cuisine.
The hotel has a Restaurant, Bar, 24-hour front desk, Garden, Non-smoking rooms, Rooms/facilities for disabled guests, Express check-in/check-out, Safety deposit box, Heating, Luggage storage, Shops in hotel, Allergy-free room available, All public and private spaces non-smoking, Air conditioning, Designated smoking area, Restaurant (à la carte), Snack bar, Sun terrace
The 2 restaurants on site are La Sala Dei Cavalieri which serves Italian cuisine in a cosy dining room with fireplace and La Taverna is set at the foot of the ancient tower, with direct access from the parking, and offers grilled meats and a selection of fine wines.
Additional: Room service, Meeting/banquet facilities, Business centre, Babysitting/child services, Laundry, VIP room facilities, Breakfast in the room, Ironing service, Bridal suite, Souvenirs/gift shop, Fax/photocopying, Ticket service, Concierge service, Private check-in/check-out, Shuttle service (surcharge), Special diet menus (on request), Trouser press, Airport shuttle (surcharge)
The Relais has 31 rooms and suites all furnished with antiques: large attic with wooden beams, rooms with canopy beds, suites room with Jacuzzi and outdoor furniture, in short, all designed for a pleasant experience. All rooms at Relais Castrum Boccea are air-conditioned and spacious with views of the park
Renowned throughout the world as one of the great cities, Rome is a name that is synonymous with history, style and everything Italian. This huge city is on the western side of the Italian peninsula, about half way down. Rome has an incredible history which spans more than 2000 years. The Rome of today is a thriving and busy city of nearly three million, and literally hums with life. Buzzing vespas confound tourists as they zip around the heart of the city in between dozens of monuments and historic buildings, any one of which would be a prime attraction in almost any other city.
For the tourist, there are few cities that compete with the stunning range of options here. Dining out on a summer's evening in one of the open Piazza' which have changed little in centuries, shopping for the world's finest shoes or most stylish fashions, or taking in the amazing views across the Roman Forum where the Caesars once ruled. There are more restaurants than you could eat at in a lifetime of holidays, more museums than you could visit in a hundred weekends or you can just stroll the streets of the old centre where the past and present blend all around you and famous architectural wonders can be found around every corner.