Hotel Castel Gandolfo

Address: Via de Zecchini 27 , Castel Gandolfo, Lazio, 00040, Italy | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Via de Zecchini 27 , Castel Gandolfo, is near Castel Gandolfo, Genzano, Alcazar, and Circeo Peninsula.
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Castel Gandolfo

Reviewed by sportiebec


Reviewed Oct 25, 2014
by (1 review) , Australia Flag of Australia

Great breakfast, amazing view over the lake and lovely spa bath. After hiking up and down from the lake plus doing the hike everyday the spa was greatly appreciated

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TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Castel Gandolfo

4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

Travel Blogs from Castel Gandolfo

Walk, tennis, Pope's amazing gardens

A travel blog entry by sportiebec on Oct 25, 2014

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This is the second day here and it is peaceful beautiful and hilly. Anywhere you go you walk up and downstairs, sometimes 100 at a time. I walked 15km today around A lovely volcanic lake called lake Albion it is a tough walk but I walked with two locals who made me laugh most of the way. Tennis was with Eugino a local tennis coach. I had a great …

I'm in Rome!

A travel blog entry by on Oct 05, 2014

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... all in Italian, so I'm not really sure what was going on... But I caught a few words here and there. And I heard the pope speak! So that's awesome. Afterwards we walked back across the Tiber River and got a little lost. We eventually made it to the Pantheon, which is apparently surprisingly hard to find if you are me. We decided to join a little tour and got a huge history lesson and some great looks at a remarkable structure that is pretty much the oldest building standing in the ...

Bodies & Bones

A travel blog entry by mcandrews on Sep 19, 2014

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... and I didn't even get on to the martyrs! I heard a particularly gruesome story about St Cecilia but we'll leave that for another time. Next we visited the Basilica of San Clemente (St Clement). Now this was impressive! This is a building that dates from the 11th century although the outside walls date from the 1700s. Turns out that this is built on top of an earlier bigger basilica that dates from the 4th century. Underneath that is a house and some flats that date from ...

The Eternal city - Roma

A travel blog entry by europetravels on Aug 14, 2014

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... the change. Gotta love it !! Welcome to Rome !

We jumped on the train and decided to make our way back to the apartment for a quiet night in after stopping at the shops to stock up on supplies. We were all pretty exhausted and it was early evening by now.

We are feeling very fortunate to arrive over these 4 days as we were told today one day was a bank holiday so a lot of the smaller shops were ...

Vatican City

A travel blog entry by melliekat on May 16, 2014

1 comment, 18 photos

This morning it was Mel's turn to shower first and she ran out of hot water (again) before she’d finished. I made scrambled eggs for us. Yesterday we had tried to toast our bread in what appeared to be a microwave/convection oven. It had a "crisp" setting on it. All it did was make the bread hard. So today it was plain old bread and butter...but at least we had butter.

To reach Vatican City we had to cross the Tevere (Tiber) river. We found it easily with me navigating the map. ...