Looking to stay somewhere that is serious about beauty? Do you want to be close to Italy’s historical sights, and everything Rome has to offer? -While still being close to the beach? Fuzzy about interiors? Demanding of standards? Then La Posta Vecchia Hotel, thirty minutes from Rome, is the place for you.
La Posta Vecchia was built in the 17th century and used to be part of ancient Alsium, a port city, originally Etruscan but later Roman, which was covered over in subsequent centuries by new buildings, like Castello Odescalchi and its outbuilding of the castle, owned by the Orsini family, one of the oldest families in Rome. Following its sale in 1693, and a devastating fire in 1918, the American billionaire J. Paul Getty purchased the property in the 1960s, transforming it into his seaside home. For several decades, it was the home of J. Paul Getty, who, alongside art historian Federico Zeri, decorated it with unique furnishings from the 15th and 17th centuries and precious artwork from around the world. The villa’s recent history began in the 1980s, when the private home was purchased by the Sciò family, who used it as their private residence until 1989. In 1990, Roberto Sciò turned it into a luxury hotel.
The Getty Suite and the Medici Suite are the largest suites of the hotel. The Getty Suite was J.P. Getty’s private wing when he resided in the Villa. It boasts 16th and 17th century furniture, an oak-wood ceiling, King-size bed, white marble bathroom and a wall of windows overlooking the sea. The Medici Suite was Mr. Getty’s companion’s suite. The Spanish 17th century King-size bed belonged to the Medici family, and pink marble tub embraced by two marble stairways highlight the outstanding luxury which is the hallmark of the Villa.
The three Senior Suites offer enchanting views over the lush Italian Garden or overlooks the sea, where fisherman can be spotted diving for squid during the summer months. Precious artefacts from yesteryear and the period marbles in the bathroom provide a taste of the glamour that pervades the entire hotel. Choose your favourite one among the Castello Suite, the Red Suite and the Olive Suite.
Enjoy fine dining at The Cesar. Located in the sumptuous surroundings of La Posta Vecchia hotel, The Cesar is guided by the chef Antonio Magliulo. Serving up Italian classics with a contemporary twist, his inventive creations won’t fail to awaken your palate and make you see Italian cuisine in a whole new light. Set against the emerald backdrop of the Tyrrhenian sea.
LPV Health and Beauty Centre. Give yourself the time and space to focus on you at the LPV Health and Beauty Centre at La Posta Vecchia. Offering a range of treatments are tailored to your needs by experienced practitioners in the intimate centre or in your hotel room.
- Loc. Palo Laziale snc, Palo Laziale, Rome
CHECK-IN / CHECK-OUT
- Check-in: 3 pm
- Check-out: noon
- Public areas: free of charge
- In-room: free of charge
TRANSPORTATION & TRANSFERS
- Car park / valet service: free of charge
- Transfer service: subject to additional charges
- Children are welcome in this hotel
- Public areas: smoking allowed
- Smoking rooms: not available
- Small dogs allowed
- The Cesar (Restaurant: Italian cuisine)
- Continental breakfast: included
- American breakfast: included
- Buffet breakfast: included
- 19 rooms and suites
- In-room amenities (flatscreen TV, in-room safe, minibar, complimentary newspaper daily, Maria Candida Gentile bathroom products)
- Air conditioned hotel
- Laundry service
- Concierge service
- Business center
SPA (LPV HEALTH & BEAUTY)
- Hammam / steam room
- Tennis on site
- Non-motorised water sports
- Private beach on site
- Indoor pool
ALWAYS INCLUDED IN THIS HOTEL
- Complimentary Internet
- Complimentary Mineral Water in the room upon arrival
- Buffet breakfast for 2 daily
- Buffet breakfast
- Private parking
- Private museum guided tour
- Bikes and tennis court