Accomodation

This year Hotel Capannelle is hosting our guests. Our festival classes on weekend will be in this hotel also.

Hotel Capannelle (4 Stars Hotel)

Via Siderno, 37 – 00178 Roma (Italia)
Phone: +39 06 71060
E-Mail: info@hotelcapannelle.it

Price for tanGO TO Rome participants

Double Room per person 43 Euro per day (breakfast included)
Single Room 76 Euro per day (breakfast included)
Note: You can register from ACCOMODATION section in festival REGISTRATION page.

Hotel Capannelle is located inside the historical neighborhood of Rome “Statuario”, only 3 km away from the Ippodromo Capannelle and 3 km from the subway stops “Cinecittà” and “Colli Albani” of the line A, same line that will bring you to the historical center and the Vatican. A Shuttle Service is available for our guests to easily reach these stops. Furthermore, being Ciampino airport only 5 km away (and connected also with a Shuttle Service), Hotel Capannelle is the ideal place either for a business travel or for a pleasant weekend in the Eternal City.



From our terraces, our guests can enjoy the beautiful view of the Acqueduct Park and of the Ancient Appian Way Park, where the historical Villa dei Quintili is located. From the Ancient Appian Way Park it’s possible to undertake several and interesting Routes – full of archeological and artistic sites – to reach the heart of the Imperial Rome.

The Hotel has 252 rooms, of different kind, including 4 suites and 14 accessible rooms and a modern convention center made up of 8 meeting rooms for a total of approximately 1200 mq (12.917 sq.ft.).  

The Hotel Capannelle, which belongs to the new hotel group Reginal Hotels, is the first building in the world that has been transformed into an open air gallery. The street artist Andrew Pisacane aka Gaia, which has been mentioned by Forbes as one of the most influent American artist of our age, has transformed, with his painting, the Hotel Capannelle in an unique place of inspiration for the city and for its guests. His work of art “Mobility” is indeed an invitation to “mobility, freedom and happiness”.