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The Guest House Villa Montalto

Near the park of Villa Grazioli, surrounded by the green of vineyards and olive groves, is a structure with rooms, apartments and villas formerly guest houses and stables of Villa Grazioli. It is located in the park of the Villa, the sixteenth century, former residence of Cardinal Acquaviva between Frascati and Grottaferrata.


6 Elegantly Furnished Rooms

The rooms are all located in the main wing of the village. Through the square you enter two apartments. In common they all have a splendid view of the garden terrace overlooking Rome and the park of Olives. Our six rooms are all furnished in the same classic style and are cleaned and tidied several times a day. Choose the type of room that best meets your needs and get ready to spend unforgettable holidays in our Guest House in the heart of the Castelli Romani, in a dream scenario where welfare, culture, history and cuisine will be the main protagonists of your stay.

  • Shower or Jacuzzi
  • Air conditioning
  • Led TV 32 °
  • Wifi free
  • Mini fridge
  • Comfortable beds
  • Room service
  • Swimming pool
  • Hair dryer
  • Parking

Since ancient times

this area has attracted key figures from Roman and Italian history, many of whom have built houses and villas here. Nearby is the abbey of San Nilo (1004 AD), the ruins of Tusculum, Baroque villas of the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries Villa Aldobrandini, Villa Grazioli, Villa Mondragone, Villa D'Este, Villa Gregoriana, Villa Adriana. Nearby there are other interesting cities, such as Castel Gandolfo, Frascati, Rocca di Papa, Ariccia, Albano and Tivoli. The real estate units were built as guest houses and stables of the ancient Villa Montalto today Park Hotel Villa Grazioli located between Grottaferrata and Frascati, within a park of about 30 hectares of gardens, vineyards and olive groves. The Villa was built by Cardinal Antonio Carafa in the 16th century; it then became the property of Cardinal Ottavio Acquaviva d’Aragona, of Cardinal Scipione Borghese and in 1614 it became the residence of Cardinal Alessandro Montalto.

In recent years it has been restored and restored to its former glory. Among other things, you can admire the splendid frescoes attributed to Augusto Ciampelli, Giovanni Paolo Pannini, Annibale Caracci and Federico Zuccari. In addition to a receptive function in the Casali di Villa Montalto meetings are often organized on music, art and various sciences. The structure in front of the ancient 16th century cardinal residence, just 20 km from the center of Rome and surrounded by a centuries- old park, enjoys a wonderful panoramic position overlooking Rome, the sea and Tivoli. The estate consists of a single body in one part houses the location restaurant Le Scuderie of Villa Montalto, ideal for private events, with three multipurpose rooms that can be equipped for conferences and meetings and with the possibility of catering service.