The Acquacetosa “Giulio Onesti” Centre is located in the Rome. This centre covers a 25-hectare surface and is equipped with a wide range of indoor and outdoor facilities to practice many sports. The centre offfers 200 beds located in 5 facilities close to another. 20 2-bed rooms for each building make it a comfortable centre which can ensure a pleasant stay to its guests. Also four suites are available, each one composed of two rooms and bathroom. In the short term, TV sets and telephones will be installed in each room so as to enrich the supply of already existing room services such as air conditioning and frigo bar. Also the Internet connection will be provided; a reading room and a game and leisure room will be arranged in specifically reserved areas.
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The Acquacetosa Centre is suitable for practicising many sports. In fact, this structure hosts many areas to practice football and rugby; two plants for field hockey; a “diamond”, namely an infield for baseball, and another one for softball; gymnasia for practicing gymnastics, fencing, weigh-lifting and taekwondo; a plant for archery; two swimming pools (one of which is being fully restructured and will allow the diving practice) and a specific pool for water polo. As regards indoor sports, the “Giulio Onesti” Centre is equipped with a multi-purpose plant, a real sport palace which can accommodate about 650 people and can be also used as a venue for meetings and events. Finally, the renovation works have already started in order to make available, within 2006, a second indoor structure to practice team sports such as basketball, volleyball and handball, which can accommodate about 1,000 people.
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