Rome, Italy

La Posta Vecchia

Rates per night from$389.48

Price information

If you haven’t entered any dates, the rate shown is provided directly by the hotel and represents the cheapest double room (including tax) available in the next 60 days.

Prices have been converted from the hotel’s local currency (EUR347.73), via, using today’s exchange rate.

Double Standard

  • 2guests
  • 1extra bed - $122.19 for adults - $122.19 for ages 4 to 12
  • AND
  • 1crib - free for ages 0 to 3
Decorated with rich pops of ruby-red, yolk-yellow and other traditional Italian hues, these stylish but cosy 30sq m, garden-spying rooms are set on the second floor, styled with contemporary elegance. Each room has a grand, king-size bed; the ensuite, ceramic-tiled bathroom has a bathtub with a freestanding shower attachment. One of these rooms can be connected to a Superior Deluxe Room to form a small two-bedroom apartment. Each room has some covetable objets d’art, plus a TV, DVD player, free WiFi and minibar. Bathrooms are stocked with fragrant SMaria Candida Gentile bath products from Florence.

Superior Deluxe

  • 2guests
There are six garden-spying Superior Deluxe rooms to choose from, spread across the ground, first and second floor. These rooms have Renaissance va-va-voom in spades, thanks to their stash of antiques, stately king-size bed and ensuite bathroom with a travertine, marble or ceramic-tiled shower or bath tub (plus a stash of fragrant Maria Candida Gentile bath products). Each room is decorated with traditional Italian hues, from bold duck-egg blues and teals to soft yellows and peach. These rooms range in size from 28–43sq m (some have space for an extra bed). Each room has a TV, DVD player, minibar and free WiFi.

Superior Deluxe Sea View

  • 2guests
These three rooms have all the bountiful charms of Superior Deluxe rooms, with the additional lure of sea views – spy on local fishermen diving for squid during the summer months. Each room is elegant and spacious, decorated with precious 18th-century antiques, glittering mirrors, rich shots of colour and furnishings emblazoned with ornate patterns and prints; the ensuite bathroom has a travertine, marble or ceramic-tiled shower or bath tub (plus a stash of fragrant Maria Candida Gentile bath products). These rooms range in size from 33–38 sq m; each one has a majestic king-size bed, TV, DVD player, minibar and free WiFi.

Junior Suite

  • 2guests
Pretend you’re ye olde Italian aristocracy and peer at the sea and gardens from these suites’ mediaeval-style windows. Wood-beamed ceilings and 17th-century antiques add historic gravitas; additional Italian glamour comes courtesy of vivid injections of colour, from papal-red to warm yellows and golds. There are three Junior Suites to pick from, set on the first or second floor, spanning 40–43sq m. Each suite has a king-size bed, a double bed or twins; the ensuite bathroom has a bath tub (some have a shower, too). There’s a TV, minibar, free WiFi. Some suites have space for an extra bed.

Senior Suite

  • 2guests
Admire the hotel’s lush Italian gardens or the sea – where you can admire fishermen diving for squid in the summer months – from the comfort of these three decadent suites, each of which has a snug sitting room. The marble ensuite bathroom and precious artefacts add historic allure to these palatial 59–60sq m suites, decorated with pops of vivid colour and dreamy pastels. Pick from the Castello Suite, the Red Suite and the Olive Suite. Each suite has a king-size bed; the ensuite bathroom has a bath tub (some have a shower, too). There’s a TV, minibar, free WiFi. Some suites have space for an extra bed

Master Suite

  • 2guests
Bed down like a billionaire in these two suites, which span 94–96sq m. The Getty Suite was once Paul Getty’s private wing, so you can expect the very best of the best. The suite is decorated with 16th- and 17th-century antique furniture, an oak ceiling, a luxurious white marble bathroom, a tempting king-size bed and a wall of windows overlooking the sea. The Medici Suite was Mr Getty’s companion’s suite; its ornate 17th-century Spanish bed originally belonged to the Medici family; additional knee-weakening luxury comes courtesy of a pink marble bath tub, framed by two marble staircases. Each suite is styled with Italian opulence; injections of rich colour keep luxury levels lofty; additional features include a TV, DVD player, WiFi, minibar and stash of fragrant Maria Candida Gentile bath products.

Exclusive Use

  • 45guests
Have the hotel all to yourself between 23 October and 28 March (excluding New Year’s). You’ll have exclusive access to the hotel’s 11 rooms and eight suites, and all the hotel’s facilities, including the heated indoor pool, LPV Health and Beauty Club, and tennis court. A daily buffet breakfast made by the hotel’s executive chef, Antonio Magliulo and his team, is served in the main restaurant; the hotel can also prepare lunch and dinner (for an additional cost) – one or the other must be booked each day of your stay. The hotel can arrange a private visit to the Villa Romana (included in booking), and additional services (at an extra cost), such as golf lessons, cooking demos, boat trips, tennis lessons and wine-tastings with the hotel’s sommelier. Each room has a plasma TV with a DVD player, air-conditioning and a safe. The hotel comes with bicycles, free WiFi throughout the property, free parking and a free minibar. There is a minimum booking of 20 adults.