La Posta Vecchia Hotel
Palo Laziale (Rome), Italy
Today, it is a refined, five-star luxury hotel, with spacious rooms and lobby furnished with antiques from the 15th and 17th centuries and precious artworks from around the world. During the 17th century, it was an outbuilding of the castle owned by the Orsini family, one of the oldest families in Rome. In the 1960s, it became the home of the American magnate J. Paul Getty. However, in the late 1980s, it returned to its current function of hospitality. The elegant villa’s gardens include exotic plants and Mediterranean fragrances, and guests can view the horizon from the large terrace overlooking the sea, while savouring the refined creations concocted by the hotel’s chef.

Before you is the terrace overlooking the sea, drenched in sunlight from dawn to dusk. Around you is the greenery of the garden with its palm trees, Mediterranean pines, flowers and scented plants. Inside, you will discover delicately decorated wood ceilings, precious antiques, tapestries, paintings and statues.
Spa Program
Spa program
✈ Rome Fiumicino (29 km)
✈ Rome Ciampino (54 km)
• Rome: 40 min. (40 km)
• Florence: 3h (320 km)
• Amalfi Coast: 2h30 min. (320 km)

The hotel has a total of 19 rooms:
• 2 double standard rooms
• 6 superior deluxe rooms
• 3 super deluxe sea view rooms
• 3 junior suites
• 3 senior suites
• 2 master deluxe suites

• The Cesar Gourmet Restaurant

• Small and intimate LPV Health & Beauty
• Products by Antica Casa Farmaceutica Santa Maria Novella of Florence
• Calidarium, a steam room
• Open from March until November
• The Cesar Gourmet Restaurant
• LPV Health & Beauty Centre
• Calidarium
• Tennis Court
• Helipad on property
• Seafront Sun Terrace
• Indoor heated Pool
• Conference room with natural light
• Private Villa Museum
• Complimentary Parking
• Exclusive Use
• Private Beach Access

• Tennis
• Trekking and Cycling
• Horseback riding and Polo
• Golf (30 minutes from property)
• Visit to the on site Roman Museum
• Cooking Classes
• Private guided tours to Etruscan ruins, Rome and Vatican cities
• Wine Tasting
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