Time and human neglect plunged the sixteenth-century Villa in solemn decadence. With competence and authentic passion, the historical building is finally restored and can be admired by visitors. Expert gardeners have skillfully redesigned the Italian Garden and the 15.000 sq. Woody Park to match the patterns, followed centuries ago by the original architect. From windows, lounges and terraces, the Villa offers spectacular views. At sunset, on the horizon, the sea sparkles with the shimmering reflection of the dying sun, and on the other side, Rome becomes alive with twinkling lights.
Today, M14121 is an Italian National monument an enchanting hotel with 58 rooms. Impressive halls, frescoed by seventeenth-century artists, are available for meetings and receptions. The colors of frescoes, created by G.P.Pannini in the eighteenth century, appear so lively to the admirer that one would think they were freshly painted. The Villa has been equipped with the most advanced utilities so that the guests can enjoy the comforts of a modern and functional hotel. The bedrooms have been furnished and decorated in line with the character of the building: wood, pottery and precious fabrics enrich the furniture, which has been chosen for its prestige, as well as for its elegant lines.
Hospitality professionals offer an impeccable service, in line with the tradition of the “Relais & Châteaux” group, of which M14121 is a part. Ample choice of typical Roman and Mediterranean dishes are offered in Acquaviva Restaurant, situated on the ground floor of the Villa.