Rome Cavalieri a Waldorf Astoria Hotel

Built in 1963, the Hotel Rome Cavalieri’s accommodations are completely surrounded by greenery. In fact, it finds its place on Monte Mario, from where you can enjoy an enchanting view of the Vatican and monumental Rome.

The Rome Cavalieri was the first hotel in Europe to become part of the luxury brand of Waldorf Astoria Hotels & Resorts and is now considered a real museum as it houses magnificent masterpieces signed by important artists and craftsmen. Antique furniture, tapestries and sculptures frame three priceless paintings by Gian Battista Tiepolo.

The hotel has 345 luxuriously furnished rooms and 25 suites, the exclusive Imperial club, the La Pergola restaurant which has been awarded three Michelin stars, and the prestigious Grand Spa Club wellness center.



2200 square meters dedicated to Wellness, partially developed in a luxuriant park where an array of Mediterranean vegetation hides the three swimming pools of the hotel and accompanies guests through various health paths complete with exercise equipment.

Inside, the Cavalieri Grand Spa Club boasts an elegant area made up of ten rooms for spa and beauty treatments, from the more traditional Ayurvedic and Shiatsu massages, Aesthetic Lymphatic Drainage and Plantar Reflexology, to some exclusive offerings such as the Caviar Firming Treatment, a massage to firm and soften the skin of the face performed with “pearls of caviar” and the Platinum Rare Treatment, the result of anti-aging studies by La Prairie and great for rebalancing the skin and giving a sense of general well-being .

The spa also includes a couple’s treatment room equipped with Lemi’s Spa Dream quartz treatment beds which offer guests the sensation of being welcomed by the embrace of the sea.

The pride of the SPA is the indoor swimming pool, renowned for being used as a film set for some films and music videos. Complete with waterfalls, hydromassage, calidarium and frigidarium paths. The swimming pool is dominated by an enormous glass dome which, in the summer, lets the sun’s rays penetrate inside and makes them reflect in the water, giving rise to suggestive games of light. In winter, however, the atmosphere is guaranteed by a spectacular wood-burning fireplace.