The Sheraton Roma Hotel & Conference Center is a contemporary 4-star establishment offering warm hospitality, efficient service and comfortable accommodation near the heart of Rome. It boasts a superb Italian restaurant and excellent leisure facilities including a large swimming pool, two squash courts and a tennis court. Surrounded by lush greenery, the hotel is situated in Rome's EUR business district between the historical city centre and Fiumicino Airport. It is just a short drive from an abundant offering of historical attractions and cultural treasures and within a leisurely walk of EUR Magliana metro station which provides easy access throughout the city. An amusement park and a golf course are located in the vicinity. The hotel occupies a contemporary cross-shaped complex with a minimalist white facade. Onsite facilities include a large outdoor swimming pool with ample sunbathing areas, two squash courts, a tennis court, a jogging track, a gym with extensive weightlifting and cardiovascular equipment, as well as an outdoor massage parlour. Classic guestrooms showcase an intimate decor with warm tones, carpeted floors, dark wood furnishings, and large windows which maximise natural light. They feature a cloud-like mattress, pristine linen and blackout curtains to ensure a great night's sleep. They are also equipped with contemporary amenities tailored to the needs of modern travelers, such as high-speed wireless internet capabilities (chargeable) and a television with satellite channels and in-room movies. The mouthwatering flavours of traditional Italian dishes combine with international cuisine in the impressive Il Vigneto Restaurant, which offers a rich Mediterranean buffet and a wide selection of pizza. Light fare and fresh juices can be enjoyed at La Cascate Pool Bar, while immaculate cocktails and quick bites are available in the relaxed Tutta Roma Bar. Chargeable wireless internet is accessible in selected communal areas. The hotel provides a scheduled shuttle service to and from both Fiumicino Airport and downtown Rome.