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Rome Cavalieri Hotel & Resort special offers for UAE National Day

The Waldorf Astoria Resort & Spa Rome Cavalieri is offering free upgrades and free breakfast in celebration of the UAE National Day.

Guests coming for a full week's stay will receive a guaranteed free upgrade to a top-class room. In addition, guests will receive free daily breakfast at the L’Uliveto restaurant, which offers stunning views of the hotel's garden and swimming pool.

The Rome Cavalieri Resort is set amidst a 15-acre private park on the Mediterranean Sea. It is just 3 km from Vatican City and 5 km from the historic city center of Rome.

During their stay, guests can visit the exhibition "Between Cubism and Classicism" which marks the 100th anniversary of Picasso's visit to Italy. It includes works of the artist from 1915 to 1925. For lovers of modern art, visitors to the city can visit the exhibition “Enjoy: Art Meets Entertainment” which features contemporary works by some of the world's leading artists.

For those who like fine dining, the hotel’s Pergola Restaurant is the only Michelin-rated 3-star restaurant in Rome. The restaurant is supervised by renowned chef Heinz Beck, and is one of the most beautiful restaurants in the world and the favorite destination for visitors to Rome.

Rooms at the Rome Cavalieri start from EUR 236 for a deluxe room, with a free upgrade. For booking this hotel please click here.

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