UNIQUENESS & BEAUTY
The magic imperial atmosphere of the Eternal City.
Partly suspended over the ancient ruins of the Thermal Baths of Diocletian, the Boscolo Exedra Roma welcomes you in a sophisticated and incredibly suggestive atmosphere.
In the splendid setting of Piazza della Repubblica, between the Baths of Diocletian and the Basilica of Saint Mary of the Angels designed by Michelangelo, rises the first 5 Star Luxury hotel in Rome, opened in 2003.
The Boscolo Exedra Roma is the result of an extraordinary and accurate refurbishment and modern planning of a sumptuous late 18th Century building. 238 rooms, 2 scenic restaurants, a panoramic terrace with views over Rome, an exclusive spa and an efficient Business Centre, suspended over ancient Roman excavations. A refined and discreet atmosphere surround the guests and involve them in an experience capable of satisfying the most demanding of desires.
For its majesty, welcome and history, the Boscolo Exedra exceeds the simple definition of a 5-Star Luxury Hotel.
The building, redesigned for the Boscolo by architect Maurizio Papiri and designer Adam D. Tihany, was built in the 19th Century, when Gaetano Koch constructed two twin buildings in the neoclassical style, one of which became the Boscolo Exedra today.
The name evokes memories of the old name of the square and has its origins in the grande esedra inside the spa area of Imperial Rome, on which today's Piazza della Repubblica was planned. In the hotel's basement area the remains of the important Diocletian Baths are on display (298-305 A.D.). The Basilica of Saint Mary of the Angels can be admired from the private surroundings of the impressive terrace.
In the ancient 16th Century granary of Pope Clementine some exceptional rooms have been created, retaining suggestive elements of old, mixed with modern comforts. Relax online in the silent cocoon created in all suites and rooms, take a swim surrounded by vestiges of the Imperial age in the Posh Bar pool, inspired by the meeting of water and air, the sky which covers the roofs of the Capital; every element of the Boscolo Exedra has something magic about it.
The Boscolo Exedra tells the story of the "Thermae Diocletani", some of the most famous and elegant baths of the past, displaying the marvellous evidence from the excavation, such as the pool in the Diocletian Hall, the large tile mosaic floor in the foyer of the meeting area, or the octagonal fountain under the Michelangelo Hall.
The Clementine Wing, the result of a transformation of the thermal "calidrum" in the storehouses of the Roman grain stores, still has the original wooden trusses on show, expertly salvaged and restored.
Staying at the Boscolo Exedra is also an opportunity to admire an important element of modern art: Mario Sironi's (1885-1961) solemn draft of Geografia, the rigid posture of a sitting woman, almost as if on a throne, with the world at her feet as the central element of the composition.
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Please fill this form for individuals or for groups and you shall receive an answer written by a live person at Hotel Exedra. This is the only way you can know exactly what room types are available for the dates you want, an the best possible rate, because you are dealing directly with the hotel. Bear in mind that websites set up to give an automatic answer, work with allocated quotas given by the hotel, therefore when it appears there are no rooms available for the date you want, this is not necessarily true. Plus they charge the hotel a commission which is normally around 20% of the room rate.
Piazza della Repubblica, 47 00187 Rome − Italy
+39 06 489 381
Fax: +39 06 489 380 00
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.
Exedra Fusion Spa is an authentic tailor’s of wellness where you can dedicate your time to relaxing and invigorating moments for the body, free your mind and feed your spirit with pure well-being. An up-to-date, magical fusion of wellness, art, culture and fragrances from memories of East and West.
The sensory experience resulting from our wellness journey is made unique through the study of ancient traditions and the innovation of our products and techniques: from the jets of water of hydromassage to the colourful tranquillity of chromotherapy, from face/body beauty treatments by Thailon to the wide range of massages and rituals for body and mind, it’s all a harmonious and enveloping combination of passion, knowledge and fascination with details.
Also available* is the open-air pool on the hotel’s terrace with a breathtaking view of the roofs of the Eternal City where the Bar & Restaurant serves lunches and dinners marked by wellness, taste and refinement.
The Exedra Fusion SPA Team is glad to welcome and pamper you so you can experience the magic of well-being from the skin to the mind and body!
Thalasso SPA rituals: Relax - Drenage - Oxygen - Silk Skin - Anti-age - Sport – Jet lag – Hot stone massage – Shiatsu and Ayurveda
His and hers face treatments:
HYDRAFACIAL MD®, world leader in instant skin rejuvenation. Face cleaning, ANTI–AGE, EYE TREATMENT
ORIENT - Detoxifying eastern journey.
A ritual based on the heat generated by movement: helping the body to free itself of toxins, the skin rediscovers vitality, while the body is regenerated as a long eastern-style journey of spiritual purification.
ATLANTIC - Revitalising immersion in the Atlantic.
This ritual revitalises and regenerates the organism with specific massage techniques combined with the poultices of Atlantic Ocean minerals
ASIA - Retreat to the peace of Asia.
An invitation to experience unforgettable moments of relaxation. When we think of the East, we think of a place rich in beauty, colour and joy: this ritual embodies its characteristics, lending peace to the mind and nourishment to the body.
POLYNESIA – A journey of relaxation.
This ritual is accompanied by the scent of tiare flower and coconut to profoundly relax body and mind through fragrance. A treatment that, in addition to massages, caresses the body with a hydromassage, providing the sensation of finding oneself on a far-flung island.
AMAZON - Energising treatment.
A mystical ritual that recalls the magic and wild atmosphere of the Amazon characterised by the Aztec tradition.
Free use of the gym area and personal trainer and yoga teacher service for one-to-one or small-group training sessions.
From the majestic Tazio Gallery, which overlooks the Piazza della Repubblica, to the spectacular Posh terrace which has a view of Rome's rooftop, to the refined surroundings of the La Frusta restaurant evoking the echoes of the Dolce Vita, and to the Business centre with its 8 prestigious high-tech rooms with a view over the ancient Roman baths and a capacity of 20-180 guests - the Boscolo Exedra Roma guarantees an always-excellent superior welcome.
The wide ranging offer of the menu selected for coffee breaks, business lunches and elegant dinners from creative cuisine to traditional fare. The Boscolo Exedra's Chefs are masters in astonishing guests with banquets worth of the most refined gastronomical merits. They are genuine occasions of culinary art, capable of satisfying the most demanding palates.
Looking down on the Piazza della Repubblica from above, you can see the twin buildings, together with the entrance on Via Nazionale, which form a large chalice shape. Not by chance, it was here that the spring waters fed the Diocletian Baths, a start and end point for many roads. An Eternally romantic an lively metropolis, the home of the Roman Empire and a diamond of the baroque period, Rome has an incredible and unique place in the world.
To "live" Rome means a night-time stroll along the illuminated banks of the Tiber, during one event or another, or taking a visit to the Isola Tiberina, or in one of the historic restaurants in the Trastevere for a plate of "Giudia" artichokes. The marvels to visit are countless, which makes Rome a city with the largest number or artworks in the world, and for this reason, a World Heritige Site: from the Colossus at the Pantheon, to the Trevi Fountain, to the numerous museums and modern and ancient art galleries.
Rome is a city rich with history and ancient monuments spread all over the Capital which are a constant reminder of its glorious past. Of course starting with the Colosseum, symbol of ancient Rome, where the spectators enjoyed Gladiator battles, to then reach the dome of the Pantheon, the Bernini Fountain in Piazza Navona, Piazza di Spagna with its famous steps and the Barcaccia Fountain, the obelisk in Piazza del Popolo, and the imposing Vittoriano of Porta Venezia. And who could forget the Trevi Fountain? The list of Rome's marvels is incredibly long, a great pretext for return visits to discover the architectural treasures of this magical city.
The boundless number of works which celebrate the beauty of Rome's artistic heritage will leave you breathless. The city is an open-air museum in itself, containing masterworks by Raffaello, Caravaggio, Michelangelo and Leonardo, which are on display in many of the churches and museums of the Capital. Permanent collections are not to be missed in many of the museum, starting with the Vatican Museums, are considered to be some of the most beautiful museum complexes in the world. In the Capitolini Museums you will see the splendours of Imperial era. Do not miss the National Modern and Contemporary Art Gallery and the Galleria Borghese. Worth a visit are the Quirinale stables, the Exhibition Building and the Bramante Courtyard with its unmissable temporary exhibitions with an international feel.
Rome is the first choice of many film directors. Thousands of films have been filmed on the roads of the Capital, from the recent Oscar-winner "The Great Beauty" directed by Paolo Sorrentino, to legendary films such as "Roman Holiday" and "La Dolce Vita". It's hard not to understand the cinematographers who chose the city, a quick trip across town on a Vespa, or even on foot, is enough to feel a part of something big. Walking around the city you will recognise enigmatic locations from "Angels and Demons", and breathe the epic atmosphere of "Gladiator". Romantics will recognise the backdrops which formed the scene for "To Rome with Love" by Woody Allen, whereas action-lovers won't want to miss spying the city through the eyes of Sam Mendes in the latest 007 movie, following the gaze of the of Aston Martin in James Bond's hands.
The grand park of Villa Borghese is the green heart of the City of Rome. Loved by Romans, who adore passing their free time here, appreciated by tourists and art lovers, drawn by the Galleria Borghese in which some of the masterpieces by Bernini, Canova, Tiziano and Rubens can be admired. You will be immersed in a relaxing atmosphere by wondering the paths of the park. Rent a boat to read a book on the artificial lake, reward yourself with a pause in the Biopark and in May don't miss the Horse Race in Piazza di Siena, one of the most famous in the world and with an International flavour.
Walking around the marvellous roads in the centre of Rome, among the fascinating boutiques in Via Margutta, Via Giulia, Via dei Banchi Vecchi and Via dei Coronari, you can find extremely rare antique items. Some of the unmissable cult shopping locations in Rome are undoubtedly the Tridente are with its famous Via Condotti, Via Borgognona, Via Frattina and the entire area surrounding Piazza di Spagna, with famous Jewellers and Ateliers of the biggest Italian and International stylists dotted all over the quarter.
As the sun sets on the Eternal City, the spectacular terrace of the Exedra isserving meals by the pool, as well as cocktails and delicious fish dishes.
The talent of Adam D. Tihany, the atmosphere of the Dolce Vita and the suggestive stealthy photography of the father of the Paparazzi Tazio Secchiaroli evoke a feeling of different times. Dining in the dark/light ambience of the Roman Dolce Vita, among the light reflected through glass, or under the impressive white marble archways, opening out on to the ancient Piazza Esedra. The geometry and the grace play host to the relaxation area, to have a drink, to have a quick meal, for for an informal business meeting in the fantastic restaurant, offering classic dishes with a modern touch, in line with the promotion of innovation and creativity.
Lounge Bar, Gallery Dolce Vita is an unparalleled champagne bar to have a drink, sip a refined glass from the à la carte wine list, or have a quick meal whilst taking on the grandiose view of the Piazza that surrounds the Exedra.
On the first floor with large windows looking over the Piazza della Repubblica and Saint Mary and the Angels, La Frusta has breathtaking views in a fascinating atmosphere.