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Villa Nocetta is an exclusive private hire property located in an elegant and peaceful area of Rome, within a short distance of Vatican City and in the city’s greenest spot - Villa Doria Pamphili.

The villa is comprised of six tastefully decorated suites, each furnished with elegant contemporary designs to blend with the classic 50s design. The bedrooms are double and twins and are all en-suite. The Augusta, Cecilia and Virginia suites have their own panoramic terrace.

If guests want to escape the crowds and dine in the property, excellent Italian and international cuisine can be rustled up by the villa chef, who will tailormake menus to your tastes. Meals can be served in the private garden or in the dining room. Alternatively dinner can be delivered to the guests from nearby Italian restaurants and delicatessens. If that wasn't enough there is even the option for guests to have bespoke Italian cookery lessons in the comfort of the property.

Villa Nocetta has a large private garden overlooking the parkland of Villa Doria Pamphili. There are lounge areas, where guests can sit, eat and relax, and ideal for spring and summer evenings. There is also a swimming pool in the spacious garden.

The villa is equipped with a fitness room, and the basement has a billiards room with a pool table and cue sticks.

To top it all off there are easy and comfortable transfers to all major historical, artistic and commercial points of interest of the city. Or for something more local, the historical area of Monte Verde is just a few steps from Villa Nocetta.

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The Villa offers guests two of their own butlers for a truly pampered experience.

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