With many companies continuing to encourage remote working for the foreseeable future, the five-star Sofitel Rome Villa Borghese now offers a new Workcation Package. Included activities range from a running tour through the Eternal City, private yoga classes ensuite or among the gardens of neighboring Villa Borghese, Italian lessons, art of pasta with the chef, and a wine tasting plus much more. Accommodations are in one of the hotel’s newly redesigned spacious suites, starting at €900 (approximately $1064) per night. The rate for families or travelers looking for an additional double room start at €1250 (approx. $1478). The Workcation Experience is valid for extended stays of 14 nights or longer.
Sofitel Rome’s new Workcation Experience provides endless opportunities for cultural enrichment and leisure to complement an efficient remote working environment. Inclusions are as follows:
- Private run guided by a former coach of Coni (Italian National Olympic Committee) that also happens to hold a post-graduate degree in Art History. Run or walk through the city with casual stops at the St. Peter’s Square, Roman Forum and the Colosseum.
- Three Yoga Classes on one’s suite terrace or in the nearby park of Villa Borghese. Classes can be set to the guests preferences whether it’s beginner or advanced.
- Traditional Roman pasta making class with the hotel Executive Chef, Chef Giuseppe D’Alessio.
- Wine Tasting & Tips.
- 10 hours of Italian lessons.
- Virtual Concierge Service from the hotel’s head concierge, president of Le Clefs D’Or Rome, to offer suggestions, recommendation, and planning both virtual and in presence.
- Private transfers to and from Fiumicino airport or railway station.
- 20% discount on Food & Beverage at the hotel.
- and more!
Other private and unique experiences in the region can also be arranged by the hotel at an additional cost, including Tea with a Princess, eBiking down the Ancient Appian Way, and wine tasting with vintners in the Lazio Region of Fattoria di Fiorano. Lunch at the Pope’s summer residence, Castel Gandolfo; a walking tour of the Eternal City’s most beloved monuments and historical sites from the 19th century; alfresco watercolor painting classes, floral workshop with Rome’s premier floral designer, and more are also offered. Additionally, a tour of the Trastevere neighborhood includes a stop at Farmacia dei Papi, the oldest known apothecary in all of Europe, and a Roman Holiday Movie Tour includes a Vespa ride to see the most memorable locations from the Audrey Hepburn film.
For more information or reservations, visit: https://all.accor.com/hotel/1312/index.en.shtml#origin=sofitel.