A FIVE STAR LUXURY PALACE IN ROME
In the heart of the Eternal City, in Piazza della Repubblica, between the Baths of Diocletian and the Basilica of Santa Maria degli Angeli designed by Michelangelo, the first 5-star luxury hotel in Rome was established. Owing to the astounding restoration and redesigning of a sumptuous late XIX-century palace, the Boscolo Exedra Roma is unmatched: 238 rooms, 2 showy restaurants, a superb terrace overlooking Rome, an exclusive well-being center and a spectacular Business Centre, suspended above ancient Roman excavations.
At the luxury Boscolo Exedra Roma the emotions gain the upper hand: a refined and discreet atmosphere enclose the guests in extreme luxury and make them the key players in an experience worthy of a novel.
Ease and elegance surround the client at the luxury Boscolo Exedra Roma, host of and at the same time amphitryon to its guests, who can ask for anything at any time by calling the Concierge or enjoy the free access to the SPA and to the rooftop pool in summer.
An extremely refined set-up, 238 Five Star timeless rooms with free Wi-Fi in a Rome which always smiles: an experience of unequalled style. Twelve Junior Suites, 3 Executive Suites and 2 Presidential Suites: each recreates a sought-after setting, right down to the smallest details, and simultaneously expresses its innovative character. You can also choose to be a guest at the Clementino, once the largest papal granary, in a suggestive setting which brings back to life the atmosphere of the XVI century.
The soft fusion of a neoclassical imprint and a refined contemporary style make these two privileged residences the synthesis of patrician whim.
These are two unmatched rooms, one of which is on two levels, which are inspired by beauty and comfort, providing one of the most welcoming and unforgettable stays in the city.
The majestic Exedra has 12 Junior Suites, all with a panoramic view and with a raised night area, offering an intimate and elegant atmosphere. Absolute comfort and luxury.
These rooms are in a neoclassical style with stucco and have large mirrors, timeless luxury furnishings and contemporary comforts plus a courtesy line of exclusive Boscolo products.
If you looked down on Piazza della Repubblica from above you would see that the twin buildings, together with the entrance to the Via Nazionale, have the shape of a large cup. It was not by chance that here the spring waters rose up and the Baths of Diocletian stood, a point where many roads started.
The best way to get to know the city is to get around on a legendary ‘Vespa’, and lose yourself amongst its seven hills: the Aventine, Capitoline, Celian, Esquiline, Quirinal, Viminal and Palatine, which is where Rome was founded, by a small settlement of shepherds and a she-wolf who suckled two small children as if they were her cubs.
Experiencing Rome involves strolling along the Tiber by night on a hot Roman summer, enjoying the fashionable events on offer, going to the Isola Tiberina or an old restaurant in Trastevere to eat artichokes in the style called ‘giudia’. It also means visiting some of the most important wonders which make Rome the city with the largest collection of works of art in the world and, for this reason, a world heritage site: from the Colosseum to the Pantheon, from the Trevi Fountain to the museums and galleries of Modern and Ancient art, without missing anything: the ‘false perspective’ of Francesco Borromini at the Palazzo Spada.
The Boscolo Exedra Roma Hotel is at the subway station Repubblica-Teatro dell’Opera, a short distance away from Termini Station, and a few hundred meters from Piazza Venezia of Rome if you take Via Nazionale, one of the city’s main thoroughfares, which starts in Piazza della Repubblica itself.
From Fiumicino International Airport:
Take the Cristoforo Colombo Motorway and exit Roma Nord. Follow the signs for Via Salaria downtown, then for the Termini Station.
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