There are people who enjoy Rome by diving into the centre of town, and its permanent hubbub, choosing a hotel in the centre. There are others who prefer to enjoy this environment but staying in a hotel on the outskirts, with guaranties of a quiet night and open air spaces, with a 15 minute transport service to the centre. Capannelle, is for the travelers who prefer the second option. It is in a residential area with the same name, between the Ciampino airport and the town. Capannelle is grand hotel, which worships the best local cooking, and which proposes spacious rooms and a remarkable breakfast.
The entire hotel is accessible to wheelchairs, although it has no crane for the swimming pool. Two of its rooms are wheelchair adapted. It has lifts, signage in Brail and relief in different places around the hotel, and in the rooms in which the clients should require it. If you wish to count on a room adapted to wheelchairs or for someone with low vision, please say so when making your reservation.
There is golf and horseback riding, in the vicinity. Enjoy Rome. Free minivan service between the hotel and the Termini train station, with various frequencies daily.
Rome is impossible to summarise.
- Rome. Robert Hughes. W&N. 2011. 13,5€
A fascinating itinerary of about three thousand years of the splendor and decadence of which has been in many senses the capital of the world.
- Rome. Lonely Planet. Duncan Garwood, Abigail Blasi. 2015. 19€.
The Marco Polo restaurant specialises in Roman cuisine. Serving magnificent pasta, meat and fish.
Pasta of all tastes and shapes, limoncello, special oils. Antiques,in the Via del Babuino (Piazza Espagna, Piazzadel Popolo)
From Ciampiano airport, ten minutes by taxi, fifteen by bus on the avenue which joins the airport to Rome, or the hotels minivan, at set times.