Rome is one of the most stunning cities in the world. Combine sight seeing, sublime food, a great hotel, top class tennis and 12 hours of tennis coaching and you get the perfect weekend city break for tennis lovers.
Lots of companies will organise trips and tickets to see a tennis tournament, and many others offer tennis holidays and tennis coaching at your hotel. But we combine both, as part of a fantastic city break.
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A trip to Rome is as much about lapping up the dolce vita lifestyle as gorging on art and culture.
Idling around picturesque streets, people-watching on pretty piazzas. We have put together a fantastic itinerary that will keep you busy and allow you to see the best bits of the city whilst soaking up some world class tennis and improving your own game.
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Rome’s climate in late spring makes May a perfect time to visit for a city break, so join us for a long weekend. You’ll have plenty of time to enjoy the city in the day and at night, alongside your tennis activities.
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The Internazionali BNL d’Italia features the best players at the Foro Italico in Rome.
The tournament is one of the three ATP World Tour Masters 1000 events contested on clay, but the event is more than just tennis; it is a total entertainment experience. High fashion, fine food, fabulous shopping and celebrity musical performances have made the tournament one of the most glamorous stops on the ATP World Tour. Rafael Nadal has won a record seven titles in Rome.
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The hotel benefits from the outdoor Pool with Whirlpool tub!
It is open from June to September, from 9:00 am to 18:00 pm, with assistance for bathers, café-bar, loungers and umbrellas. Please note that the use of the swimming pool comes at a surcharge of € 15.00 adult
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Professional staff, 4-star Superior comfort and services.
The Excel Roma Montemario welcomes you to a scenic, sheltered haven just outside the city centre.
In the heart of the Natural Reserve of Montemario, the resort is ideally situated in the immediate proximity of the Olympic Stadium and the Foro Italico, a short distance from Prati district and the Ordinary Court of Rome, only 2 km from the Catholic University and the Gemelli General Hospital, only 5km from the Vatican city.
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Romans take their food and wine seriously…
You will never be stuck for somewhere to enjoy a good meal in Rome. Roman cuisine is set it apart from the food of all other Italian cities. Local specialties such as cacio e pepe (pasta with Pecorino Romano cheese and black pepper), carbonara (pasta with egg, cured pork jowl or belly, Pecorino Romano cheese, and black pepper), roasted lamb, and assorted offal, can be found in a variety of restaurants ranging from simple international venues to Michelin-starred restaurants.
We have put together an itinerary that works from a logistical perspective and keeps you fuelled for tennis but also allows you to see some of the best sights Rome has to offer.
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The tennis programme consists of 12.5 hours of tennis incorporating our teach/train/coach philosophy.
Meaning you get the perfect blend of coaching, fast paced drills and matchplay sessions.
The programme has been devised with the main emphasis on improving your doubles; our aim is for you to go home a better doubles player with an improved understanding of your positioning, movement and tactical play. As well as improving your doubles play we will also be giving you personal technical tips which you can work on to further help improve your game.
For those that want to play singles we arrange box leagues that can be played outside of the program times.
Our programme is as flexible as it need s to be and we can tailor your holiday to your exact needs. You can play as much or as little tennis as you want. You can rest assured that all abilities will be catered for, from absolute beginners to County and National standard players. Private lessons with one of our professional coaches can be arranged in resort for an additional cost.
This week is as much about having fun as it is about meeting new friends and playing tennis.
In total there are 5 excellently-prepared red clay courts.
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Refresh your body with a visit to the Spa
At the Excel Montemario spa their expert consultants and therapists offer soothing treatments.
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Rome’s nightlife starts late…
It is not unusual for locals to meet up for dinner around 9. 30 or even 10. Rome is unique when it comes to nightlife and entertainment. It is different from any other capital in the world, yes there are surely loads of bars, pubs & clubs spread all over the city but the best way to enjoy the culture, vibe and spirit of the city is outdoor.
As the weather is mild here for most part of the year, every square turns often into a big outdoor bar. The locals love their evening ”passeggiata” (slow walk through the old town), strolling around the cobble stoned streets, sipping a beer while chatting with friends
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You can book a room on your own for a supplement of £40 per night.
The room is exactly the same room that you receive as if two people are sharing it is not smaller single room. We will ask for a double bed however this can not be guaranteed you may be given twin beds.
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Only a short Distance from the airport…
From Fiumicino Airport
Option 1, travel time about 1 hour: taxi (minimum fare €65,00).
Option 2, travel time about 1 hour 20 minutes: take the Leonardo Express train to Termini Train Station in Rome; change and take the metro Line A to Lepanto; then take the bus number 913 for Montemario Station and get off in Monte Gaudio, opposite Via Degli Scolopi, 20m on the left.
From Ciampino airport
Option 1 , travel time about 1 hour: taxi (minimum fare €65.00).
Option 2, travel time about 1 hour 15 minutes: take the bus to Anagnina terminus; change and take the metro Line A to Lepanto; then take the bus number 913 for Montemario Station and get off in Monte Gaudio, opposite Via Degli Scolopi, 20m on the left.