Ciao, Roma! at Caravel
Score: 8.5

Caravel Hotel - 4 Stars, Via Cristoforo Colombo, Roma, Provincia Roma, Italia

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Ciao, Roma!

Sep 6, 2018 - Sep 9, 2018

3 Nights at Caravel

A heady mix of haunting ruins, awe-inspiring art and vibrant street life, Italy’s hot-blooded capital is one of the world’s most romantic and inspiring cities.

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Check-in: Sep 6, 2018
Check-out: Sep 9, 2018
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Feel at ease in your own private comfort zone with free high-speed Wi-Fi, light wooden floors and a comfy bed. From the oversized windows allowing for plenty of natural light to the handy working desk. From the full-length mirrors to the multiple easy-to-reach power outlets. Every detail is thoughtfully designed to ensure a hassle-free, relaxing stay. 

Finely designed, our 118 refreshing accommodations offer all the comforts you need. 

Amenities and features include:

  • Black-out curtains
  • Working desk
  • Full-length mirrors
  • Complimentary digital access to over 6000 newspapers and magazines
  • Coffee and tea facilities, upon request
  • Luggage rack furniture
  • Spacious wardrobe
  • Custom paintings by Italian artist Franco Ciuti in some rooms

In addition, a snack-and-drink vending machine is available on each floor.


Room Amenities :

  • Climate control
  • Hair dryer
  • Safe
  • Makeup/shaving mirror
  • Refrigerator
  • Shower/tub combination
  • Air conditioning
  • Wi-Fi
  • Minibar
  • Satellite TV service
  • Complimentary weekday newspaper
  • Private bathroom
  • Room Service

Included

  • Accommodation in a modern style room
  • Rich breakfast buffet 
  • Free high-speed Wi-Fi

A heady mix of haunting ruins, awe-inspiring art and vibrant street life, Italy’s hot-blooded capital is one of the world’s most romantic and inspiring cities.


A trip to Rome is as much about lapping up the dolce vita lifestyle as gorging on art and culture. Idling around picturesque streets, whiling away hours at streetside cafes, people-watching on pretty piazzas – these are all an integral part of the Roman experience. The tempo rises as the heat of the day gives way to the evening cool and the fashionably dressed aperitivo (pre-dinner drinks) crowd descends on the city's bars and cafes. Restaurants and trattorias hum with activity and cheerful hordes mill around popular haunts before heading off to cocktail bars and late-night clubs.

A city break in Rome offers countless things to see and do, buy or eat. Some of the world’s most influential art is here – both inside museums and outside in the public squares and parks. Walk among ancient ruins of the Roman Empire or drop a coin in the Trevi Fountain. Buy Italian leather goods in the market and order fresh gnocchi at dinner.

One of the most iconic images in the world is the Colosseum. When you’re in Rome, no visit would be complete without a trip to the world’s largest amphitheatre. Built in the first century, it could hold up to 80,000 people and hosted events like chariot racing and gladiator games. In more recent times, it’s been a venue for concerts and theatrical performances. One of the main hubs of Italian history is the Roman Forum. It’s been called the most celebrated meeting place in the world and is home to shrines, temples and political buildings throughout the ages. 

Although the Metro is useful for getting from A to B, the best way to see Rome is definitely on foot. Take a stroll around the city to marvel at the ancient architecture and famous landmarks. Rome is a sprawling city, but it’s easy to see all the sights if you know how. Start at the Roman Forum, before exploring the Colosseum and the Pantheon. This will then give you the perfect opportunity to stop for lunch and enjoy some authentic pasta or traditional gelato. Finally, visit the Vatican and St. Peter’s Bascilia for a view of the Sistine Chapel. 

When in Rome, do as the Romans do, which in this case is sampling delicious, authentic food. There are hundreds of tasty restaurants in Rome, but there are some places you should make a special effort to visit. Head to Testaccio, a neighbourhood known for its delicious cuisine and rich history surrounding food. Its ancient port took deliveries of olives, grains and wine to the city, which are still firm favourites on Italy’s menu. Make sure you try some traditional thin-crust pizza by the slice, plenty of delicious pasta and leave room for gelato. 

A city break in Rome isn’t complete without visiting this centre of the Catholic world. Vatican City is an area of Rome rich in romance, religion, culture and history. Home to the Pope, Vatican City has the world’s largest church and hundreds of ancient works of art. Climb up the 323 steps to the top of St. Peter’s Basilica’s dome. Once you’ve reached the highest point, you can enjoy staggering 360 degree views across the city. For art lovers, you’ll want to visit the Sistine Chapel which is home to the world famous Creation of Adam mural by Michelangelo.  

There are plenty of places to go to after sundown in Rome. The cobbled streets are full of colourful characters, all looking for a night out in the Italian capital. Head to an Irish bar, which are surprisingly popular with Italian locals. Ostiense is the place to be, packed with bars, clubs of every genre and discos. Rome is a beautiful place to be, especially in the summer, where festival events become more frequent and draw in the crowds. If you fancy something more relaxed, go for pre-dinner drinks at one of the wine bar near Campo de' Fiori.

A heady mix of haunting ruins, awe-inspiring art and vibrant street life, Italy’s hot-blooded capital is one of the world’s most romantic and inspiring cities.

A trip to Rome is as much about lapping up the dolce vita lifestyle as gorging on art and culture. Idling around picturesque streets, whiling away hours at streetside cafes, people-watching on pretty piazzas – these are all an integral part of the Roman experience. The tempo rises as the heat of the day gives way to the evening cool and the fashionably dressed aperitivo (pre-dinner drinks) crowd descends on the city's bars and cafes. Restaurants and trattorias hum with activity and cheerful hordes mill around popular haunts before heading off to cocktail bars and late-night clubs.

Few cities can rival Rome's astonishing artistic heritage. Throughout history, the city has starred in the great upheavals of Western art, drawing the top artists of the day and inspiring them to push the boundaries of creative achievement. The result is a city awash with priceless treasures. Ancient statues adorn world-class museums; Byzantine mosaics and Renaissance frescoes dazzle in the city's art-rich churches; baroque facades flank medieval piazzas. Walk around the centre and without even trying you’ll come across masterpieces by the giants of Western art – sculptures by Michelangelo, canvases by Caravaggio, Raphael frescoes and fountains by Bernini.

The result of 3000 years of ad hoc urban development, Rome's cityscape is an exhilarating spectacle. Ancient icons such as the Colosseum, Roman Forum and Pantheon recall the city’s golden age as caput mundi (capital of the world), while its many monumental basilicas testify to its historical role as seat of the Catholic Church. Lording it over the skyline, St Peter’s Basilica is the Vatican’s epic showpiece church, a towering masterpiece of Renaissance architecture. Elsewhere, ornate piazzas and showy fountains add a baroque flourish to the city's captivating streets.

Eating out is one of Rome's great pleasures and the combination of romantic al fresco settings and superlative food is a guarantee of good times. For contemporary fine dining and five-star wine there are any number of refined restaurants, but for a truly Roman meal head to a boisterous pizzeria or convivial neighbourhood trattoria. These are where the locals go to dine with friends and indulge their passion for thin, crispy pizzas, humble pastas, and cool white wines from the nearby Castelli Romani hills. Then to finish off, what about a gelato followed by a shot of world-beating coffee?

 

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Situated on Via Cristoforo Colombo, bordering the historic center of Rome and the EUR business district, Hotel Caravel offers warm hospitality in a haven of contemporary elegance. Relax in style with a range of thoughtful amenities to make the most out of your stay.
A careful contemporary style blends with bespoke furniture inspired by the voyages and explorations of Italian navigator Christopher Columbus. Ancient books and parchments rolls, maps and globes, as well as bright colors, warm tones and a relaxed atmosphere.

Original details can be found at every turn, giving the hotel a unique sense of place. The composed, undisturbed essence of our neighborhood is also captured in the hotel’s design. With tailor-made Murano glass chandeliers and specially-chosen handcraft pieces, guests are welcomed in a calm, charming ambience with a modern feel. 
Hotel Caravel collaborates with internationally renowned Italian artist Franco Ciuti. His essential sculptures and paintings, created exclusively for the hotel, can be appreciated in the lobby and in some of the guestrooms. Franco Ciuti’s artworks add to the hotel’s contemporary aesthetic and contribute to an elegance made of simplicity.

DALLALTRAPARTEDELLALUNA RESTAURANT
Italian traditional cuisine with a subtle contemporary touch. Mediterranean flavors, light, refreshing dishes, local favorites and a selection of timeless Roman classics. Feel swaddled in a warm and serene ambiance, carefully decorated with bespoke chandeliers and elegant furniture. Vegetarian and vegan options are also available.From breakfast meetings and business brunches, to hot & cold buffet lunches and seated dinners, Dallaltrapartedellaluna’s team will create personalized menus tailored to guest needs and assist with any request to ensure a memorable event.

BAR
A casual, stylish bar area invites guests to work, gather or simply relax with an afternoon drink, tea or aperitivo. Refreshments and sandwiches are also available.

All the comfort for a meeting
Small business meetings, grand corporate events, product launches and training courses can all be hosted at Hotel Caravel.

With cutting-edge technology and plenty of natural light, our flexible meeting spaces offer elegant, comfortable settings for a diverse range of events. Facilities include:

• Capacity for up to 150 people
• Free Wi-Fi, fiber optic
• Abundant natural illumination
• LCD monitors and displays
• Surround amplifier
• Wireless microphones

• Flipcharts
• Projectors
• LAN internet connection
• Cabins for simultaneous interpreting
• Wardrobe and reception area
• On-site technical support, upon request


Hotel Reception

Check in : 02 PM
Check out : 11 AM


Hotel Amenities

Business Center
Restaurant
Wi-Fi Internet
Bar Lounge
Parking
Air Conditioner

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