Spend a romantic evening in the elegant Lounge Bar and admire the original frescoes by Venetian artist Guido Cadorin, including a famously controversial depiction of Mussolini's mistress.
The curved stone exterior of Boscolo Palace Roma is grand indeed, and brings to mind its larger curved neighbor, the Coliseum.
Here in Via Veneto, intrigue lies waiting around every corner. The area is a dream for leisure, history, and architecture lovers alike. But take a little time to enjoy the inner charms of Boscolo Palace Roma, as there are many.
Originally dreamt up in the 1920's, the hotel benefited from a more recent restoration that kept the good elements, and added on even better ones. Elements like the ornate Cadorin Hall, with soaring ceilings, a chandelier, and charming cobbled floors.
The bar, with its oversized lampshades framing a carefully chosen selection of spirits, is the perfect place to begin or end an evening. In the breakfast room, mornings are made more pleasant with a spread fit for an Emperor. The restaurant does outstanding Italian under the gaze of artful black and white photos.
Eight floors hold 87 rooms, all bright and airy with contemporary furnishings over marble tile flooring. Slip into you signature Boscolo bathrobe, and enjoy.