How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Babysitting service
- Room service
- Non-smoking rooms
Photos of Altea Suites
TripAdvisor Reviews Altea Suites Pomezia
Travel Blogs from Pomezia
Bwahaha! I can't even keep a straight face while typing the fierce scream we were to use at Gladiator school.
Imagine this as a field trip - hopping on a bus, traveling to a nature reserve about a half hour's drive outside the city, and stepping back in time.
I have to say this was probably one of the most anticipated days since I found out I would be teaching ...
... art and sculpture and jewellery. Had a lovely time in there talking to the 2 girl proprietors and the artist, who had been to Australia 7 times. I bought an ornament in there. A wonderful ball in amazing earthy tones. I loved it. There were really large ones but they would not have fitted in the case so, after all 4 of us stood and critically analysed the 3 smaller ones that we had placed in a row, I chose one. We all agreed it was obviously the best one! So funny. Had a lovely ...
... the Romans. Trajans Market still remains intact and you could see how the world’s earliest mall was setup.
Around the area were people trying to sell things and Kinda got a good deal on a device that enable you to take better selfies. We also saw what I believed were gypsies dressed as crippled old ladies begging which was quite effected as their face was covered. We got lost, but eventually found our way to the Navonne square with ...
... Michelangelo got upset with Pope Zacheria and fled to Florence...a few days later he wrote a letter to the Pope apologizing. From here, Michelangelo outlined what he wanted to paint to the Pope and he agreed to proceed. From here on out, artists finally gained the creative freedom to build what they want and sell their work freely vs be demanded to create only what those in power requested. We also learned that most skilled artists were skilled illusionist at times - if you ...
... ride bikes. The road is meant to be closed to traffic on Sundays but was not. So a 2 lane road, with walled sides and 3 cars travelling abreast of each other trying to overtake each other before oncoming traffic put us off. Back on our bus to complete our circuit. Very enjoyable.
Walked back to the gluten free restaurant where we enjoyed great spaghetti before tottering home for "wine" down and a restful evening in.