La Posta Vecchia, Rome - Ladispoli

"Aristocratic Roman palazzo overlooking the Tyrrhenean sea outside Rome"

There are places which offers an undefinable charm perceived only by few people. La Posta Vecchia at Palo (ancient Alsium), is one of these places. Situated north-west of Rome, overlooking the Tyrrhenean sea, it is easily reached along the Via Aurelia.

Furnishings, paintings and tapestries, every piece at La Posta Vecchia is a work of art: from the inestimable Roman ceramics to the precious paintings; from the French tapestries (inspired by Raffaello designs); to the elegantly Fortuny draped Restaurant. Surrounded by a vast park, La Posta Vecchia is filled with archaeological testimonies of Imperial Rome. It proudly exudes the charm of the past whilst offering all the commodities of the present.

La Posta Vecchia offers extraordinary Master Suites, each with its own individual style and furnished with art treasures collected from royal residences throughout the world. The ground floor is a labyrinth of halls and lounges where one may relax, reflect and study or maybe take a swim in the pool surrounded by harmonious arches framing the magnificent view of the Tyrrhenean sea. The underground museum hosts a collection of Roman remains found on site and the mosaic floors of the villa which once belonged to Julius Caesar.

Everything at La Posta Vecchia will speak to you of beauty and harmony, luxury, peace and pleasure.

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00055 Palo Laziale, Ladispoli, Rome, Italy

Hotel facilities:

  • 19 rooms, including 8 suites rooms available


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