Rome Cavalieri Hotel

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Rome Cavalieri Hotel

5 star

Rooms: 370

101 Via Cadlolo - Rome - 00136 - Italy | 635091
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Reviews - Rome Cavalieri Hotel

A wonderful experience!
Submitted by: Kristina Reftel in 09/11/05
  • Age Group: 31 - 40
  • From: Sweden
  • Traveller type: Pleasure Seeker
I stayed at the Cavalieri Hilton with three girlfriends for four nights Oct-Nov. It was a fabulous stay!

We had two connecting double rooms, with Rome-view. Paying the extra cost for the view is really worth it if you want to enjoy the view over the Vatican City instead of the view of a giant TV antenna.

We also had booked the executive level, which meant we had access to the club room. That was simply great! This was an all-inclusive room, with a buffet changed five times a day. Great breakfast, lovely afternoon tea with sandwiches and cakes, little pies in the evening and snacks and drinks at night. Since a coke cost 8 Euro (yes, it's true. Ridiculous, but true) it felt good to relax in the club room with free drinks...

The executive level also gave us access to the Spa, which was lovely. Swimming pool, Jacuzzi, Turkish bath, sauna...

The hotel is about 15 minutes outside the city with car, up on a hill. That meant that the view was spectacular, but that walking down town was out of the question. The hotel, however, provided a free shuttle bus every hour until 8 pm. A cab was 10-20 Euros.
All in all, I would really recommend this hotel to anyone who doesn't care about the costs... or anyone who's been saving to make a special trip!
Fab hotel
Submitted by: Mercedes Williams in 17/09/05
  • Age Group: 31 - 40
  • From: United Kingdom
  • Traveller type: Business Traveller
We stayed at the Cavalieri Hilton on business and I must say that it is the most sumptuous place I have ever stayed. I am not a seasoned traveller but I have been to a few hotels and this is by far the best. The surroundings are beautiful, the hotel is very quiet with comfortable rooms. All the rooms have spectacular views of Rome. The only thing is that it is expensive. I was lucky as ours was a business trip, it would take me ages to save the money to stay at this hotel but then again it would definelty be worth every penny.

Historical Traveller Reviews of Rome Cavalieri Hotel

Beautiful Hotel with Celebrities

from zobark
We loved this hotel, the cost is high, but it's worth it. The rooms were so comfortable I was ready to move in. The staff was very helpful for everything. Although it's not directly on a metro line, the hotel shuttle takes right to the heart of the ciity. We had two top celebrities staying at the hotel while we visited, which made the trip even more exciting.

What an awesome hotel!

from pdx_doglover
We just spent a week in rome at the Cavalieri. The best hotel experience we have ever had. Luckily we were upgraded to an 8th floor Rome View room. The executive lounge is absolutely spectacular with food available at all times. The view of Rome from up on the hill is gorgeous.

The only downside is the 15-30 minute ride to Piazza Barberini (depending on traffic) on the free Hotel shuttle (which shuts down well before dinner is over).

We loved waking up every morning and walking out onto our Balcony to watch the sun rise.

Awesome. Simply Awesome.

Exceeded my expectations!

from A TripAdvisor Member
The hotel is beautiful, and although I had a view of a radio tower from my room, I'm not complaining – just try to get a room with a view of the city!

Concierge service was unbelievable! On my departure all taxis in Rome were on strike and I had to get to the airport. There were no car services available, so the concierge had the bellhop drive me to the airport in his 198? Fiat! Service doesn’t get much better than that!

Staff was extremely helpful and friendly. I did return to my room one evening to find that it had not been made-up, but that was fixed within 10 minutes; though the floor manager was a little peeved at the maid and made it quite obvious with her tone as the two of them cleaned (just a minuscule grievance).

The only drawback to this hotel is the distance from downtown. There is a shuttle available during the day, and it runs once an hour. A taxi downtown will cost about 12 Euros. I did make the walk several times, too. However, the walk is not recommended unless you have at least 30-40 minutes (I walked fast) and don’t mind a little exercise. Basically, do the roundtrip walk once a day, and it’s not a problem for an active person… more than that and you’ll be wasting a lot of time!!

Wow, what a hotel...

from markkferg
Just returned from 12 days in Italy with much of it spent at the Cavalieri on my company (thank you). This place is great. The rooms are large, the bathrooms huge and the grounds very nice. A couple of things to note: as mentioned in other reviews the food/beverage is incredibly expensive. A couple friend of ours had lunch (2 salads and 2 soft drinks) and paid 80 euro! Also, the hotel is not convienent to city center. Although they do run a reliable shuttle, you can't get out and walk to a restaurant or store.

Glorious experience!

from A TripAdvisor Member
We spent our anniversary in March 2003 at this wonderful hotel. A candlelit balcony with view of the Vatican, elegant rooms and staff who could not do enough to please made this a special trip. The concierge provided great service including finding our lost luggage and quickly shipping an embroidered robe as a present for my husband. We will be back!

Too Noisy!!!

from A TripAdvisor Member
What a nice staff and great hotel if you put aside the fries smelling room (changed) or noisy room (second room) (doors slamming all night) (noisy air recycling) .......will never go there again. Pity for the staff though......

great hotel but be aware

from A TripAdvisor Member
Stayed here in April, 2004. Great room and bath. Excellent service. Although it is 15-20 minutes from central Rome, there is a fabulous and reliable shuttle every 30 minutes. Everyone uses it.

For the business traveller, super venue. There are conferences there ALL THE TIME. This is a business hotel. But there are problems for the leisure traveller without an expense account.

1. Breakfast ranges from 33 to 45 Euros. 33 is for a continental.

2. Rooms "with views" cost more. We had a glorious room overlooking an enormous TV satellite antenna.

3. Hotel is NOT in a park but in a pleasant residential area. SO, walk 10 minutes to the square for a typical breakfast of coffee and croissant. We met other folk who bought bread, etc. in town and brought it to the room . There are also a few very good restaurants in the area for lunch and dinner.

4. BIG WARNING!!!!!!! Do not open your mini bar if you do NOT plan to take anything out of it!!!! You are charged 6 Euros just for opening it to take a peek. IF this happens, go to the cashier and have the charge removed; they are nice about it, but this is their "policy."

5. Ameniies: yes, they are Hermes, but nothing to brag about--tiny bottles of shampoo, etc., that you get in some airplanes in business class. Worst of all is the soap, a very small sliver. Yes, they have a "Soap menu." If you want a different soap, be ready to pay 9 euros for a bar.

6. In other words, this is a lovely hotel which nickels and dimes you.

A little bit of heaven

from A TripAdvisor Member
I can't talk highly enough about this hotel. We have stayed at Hiltons all over the world and this one is exquisite. After driving into Rome to find the hotel (a trick on its own), we were a little skeptical - the area at the bottom of the hill is covered with grafitti. However, from the moment we stepped into the hotel, we were treated like royalty. We were staying with points, which often means they treat you like you are staying there for free. However, the person checking us in was very professional, upgraded us to a suite (2 adults, 2 kids), personally introduced us to the concierge, gave us a tour of the executive lounge, and took us to our room. We then received a plate of sweets (it was Easter Sunday). The room was to die for! The bathroom included a large tub and a shower, heated marble floors, and more towels than we could dream of using. The fitness center was wonderful. The pool was warm, although the hot tub wasn't working our second night. The executive lounge was very welcoming. They told us to plan to eat a breakfast meal there and to feel free to come up for an evening meal - and they really meant it! The breakfast included meat, cheese, fruit, cereal, yogurt - it was wonderful. Evening choices included shrimp, lasagnne, beef stir fry, roast lamb.....everything was plentiful and wonderful. The room itself was great - although our bed (king size) was as hard as a board. The view from our balcony was outstanding - we could see the Colloseum and St. Peter's. The hotel also provides a shuttle down to the town once an hour which was great. The first day, we walked out the door and it was raining - and the valet handed us 2 umbrellas to take with us on our day of sightseeing. Our whole family hated to leave!!!

The Best Hotel in the World!!

from A TripAdvisor Member
I think the hotel is b e a utiful!!! The views are amasing and the club room is spectacular!! The service is brillliant! The food ain't bad ether!! I would recommend it to every one!! You can meet many friendly people there!!

Lavish and relaxing

from RobCh
I stayed at the Hilton Cavalieri on business for 3 nights in May 2003.
This Hilton is the most luxurious I ever went to, more in line with what I have seen in a top of the line Hyatt Regency. Definitely world class! The rooms are incredibly spacious (by European and most standards) and equipped with a comfortable seating area and a huge marble bathroom. There was also a large balcony with marble fixtures.
While my room was on the wrong side of the hotel (i.e. not overlooking the city), this was not a big issue as everything else made up for it.
The grounds and pool are beautiful. Being a bit away from the action was not a problem either as the hotel shuttle takes you in and out of the city center in 10 minutes max. Another thing worth mentioning is, at the time I went, the hotel's outside walls were covered with flowers and the soft smell from this was sifting through the rooms ... it was incredible. If you're thinking about going in May, you will be amazed!
This decided me to go back, this time with my wife, in May of this year, for a romantic 20th wedding anniversary trip! The only drawbacks from the Cavalieri: a few staff members will treat you with an attitude and the restaurants are way overpriced. A 10 minute walk from the hotel will take you to a quiet and nice residential area that have cafes and trattorias where you can have breakfast-lunch-dinner at great prices.
This will also give you a taste of the real life in Rome. Lastly, also look for some special rates the hotel give occasionally... not cheap, but worth every euro! I cannot wait to go back.

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  • Address: 101 Via Cadlolo - Rome - 00136 - Italy
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