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A Family Getaway To Roma At The Hotel Hassler


Hotel Hassler Roma
, owned and managed by Roberto E. Wirth, has been welcoming families since its founding in 1893, and in that tradition, has announced a new Family Escape Package, available through October 31, 2012.



The package includes:
  • Three nights' accommodation in two Deluxe or Grand Deluxe rooms
  • Private check-in for children with a special gift (a Bukowsky stuffed bunny)
  • Daily buffet breakfast
  • Milk and cookies before bedtime
  • 'Ice Cream Pleasure' - a selection of the Hassler's home-made ice cream
  • In-room movie for the entire family
  • Optional babysitter for four hours per day
  • Guests may also opt for additional family-friendly activities arranged by the Hassler's concierge, including a private lunch or dinner in an ancient alley or piazza within the city, a trip to the Museo dei Bambini (Children's Museum of Rome), or a carriage or helicopter ride.


Based on double occupancy for a family of four and priced from €614 - €934 per night (approximately US$845-US$1,285), the package is valid through October 31, 2012. Extra children can be added at an additional cost.

To know more about Hotel Hassler Roma, visit www.hotelhassler.com.



About Hotel Hassler Roma:
Set atop the Spanish Steps and featuring a panoramic view of the entire city, the Hotel Hassler Roma, owned by President and Managing Director Roberto E. Wirth, has been Rome's five-star lodging of choice for the world's elite for more than a century. Each of the 95 rooms (of which 13 are suites) are individually designed and adorned in authentic Italian accents and contemporary touches. Highlights include the Michelin-starred panoramic restaurant, Imàgo, the Salone Eva, and the neighboring, Hassler-owned Il Palazzetto (www.ilpalazzettoroma.com), a charming 16-century, five-story palazzo with four hotel rooms overlooking the Spanish Steps.
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