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Hotel Palazzo Naiadi The Dedica Anthology Autograph Collection Hotel 5 star
Piazza della Repubblica, 47 185RomeITA Rome, Italy -
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To make sure of a pleasant stay, impress your other half with a setting that lacks neither gilding nor history, and to discover ancient (or Renaissance) Rome within walking distance of your hotel, reserve a room at the Exedra. This is a luxury hotel but it is not flashy, with attentive and discreet service. It is like living in a palace and, from June to September, you really can get a feel of the "dolce vita", with the open-air swimming-pool on the roof.

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    Location 8.56 /10

    On the Piazza della Repubblica (underground station of the same name), opposite the Baths of Diocletian and the Church of Santa Maria degli Angeli, and 7 minutes on foot from Termini station.
    Fiumicino airport is 16 mi away; and Ciampino Airport is 9 mi away. Allow 45 minutes to reach Fiumicino airport and 30 minutes for Ciampino.

    Accommodation 8.90 /10

    From the "classic" category to the presidential suite, the rooms of the Exedra are all spacious (at least 237 sq ft), and very elegantly furnished. As this old building has high ceilings, 11 junior suites have been arranged as a duplex rooms. As regards style, ask for a suite if you wish to sleep surrounded by contemporary design features. In the other categories, the decoration is dominated by Roman classicism and natural materials. The bed head and armchairs are covered in leather (ostrich, alligator), and carved gilded wooden frames surround the large mirrors. The walls are covered in yellow and khaki striped fabric, or painted in light ochre; a thick beige carpet covers the floor. From the window, you can see the Piazza della Repubblica (a fantastic view), or a back yard converted into a car park. The luxuriant fittings include a marble bathroom (with a bath in the "classic" category, usually a bath and shower in the other categories), where you can find a hair-dryer, bathrobes, and 70 ml of Etro hospitality products. The television broadcasts fifteen channels. There is also air conditioning, a minibar, and a telephone. The room service deserves a special mention, as it allows you order a hot, tasty dish at any time (including grilled salmon or pasta).

    Overview 9.09 /10

    The Exedra opened in 2002 in one of the two exedrae of the Piazza della Repubblica, and has 240 rooms spread over 5 floors. Its strong point, only accessible from June to September, is its roof, which has been fitted with a terrace and swimming-pool. The size of the pool (33 x 13 ft) will not allow you to improve your crawl, but what a view from the sun deck! Rome, and some of its seven hills, are laid out before you in the direction of the Piazza Venezia. One area of the terrace is also set aside for a drink or something to eat. Do not forget to book to be sure of a table; the Romans know this place well too. Another al fresco option is the terrace of the Tazio brasserie, under the archways by the Piazza della Repubblica,. You can have a drink or dinner outside here all year round (heating panels are installed here in the winter). The decor is harmonious and superb: the lobby ceiling is illuminated by a Murano chandelier, the walls are decorated in stucco, and the neo-renaissance lounge areas are draped with damask fabric. It is a palace in the real sense of the word.

    Food and drink 8.70 /10

    The Tazio brasserie, which is open for the three meals, is on the ground floor, by the Living Bar, whose terrace is under the archways with a view over the Piazza della Repubblica. Inside, small alcoves make it look like a 1950's film set. The floor is of two-tone marble, with wooden veneer on the walls that has been coordinated with the furniture. There are white tablecloths and the service is attentive. The setting is pleasant, and you will also enjoy the dishes on offer, starting with breakfast. There is a buffet offering, among other things, smoked salmon, raw ham, jam tart, orange pancakes, scrambled eggs and bacon, and sliced fresh fruit. Orange juice and coffee are served at the table. At lunch and dinner, the service is "à la carte". The cuisine is tasty, with regional specialities such as Venetian pasta (with kidney beans), or spaghetti with pistou from Genova. There are other choices, if you would prefer something more Roman: lamb chops with herbs (with cinnamon sauce to complete the change of scenery), or a fillet of cod with broccoli and black olives. However, be careful with the prices. a starter or main dish cost will each set you back around £27.50.

    To know

    The Exedra takes its name from the old name of the Piazza della Repubblica, whose semi-circular buildings - or exedrae - line the square.
    The Exedra is a luxury hotel in a historical building, decorated like a palace. Like the Aleph (another Roman hotel), it belongs to the Boscolo group, and is set apart from the latter by its traditional architecture and palatial arrangement. It is a hotel to remember if you wish to visit Rome in style.
    Accommodation advice
    Ask for a room overlooking the Piazza della Repubblica. there is a splendid view in the evening over the fountain decorating the middle of the square.
    For prices and bookings, visit www.boscolohotels.com.


    • Shuttle bus
    • Car park
    • Handicap access
    • Restaurant
    • Internet access
    • Air conditioning
    • Spa

      massage, beauty salon, sauna, hammam, keep fit, spa, Turkish bath, wellness

    • Swimming pool
    • Sports equipment

      tennis, gym, golf, fitness, sports

    • Animals allowed
    • Barber
    • Whirlpool bath
    • Safe
    • Non-smoking rooms
    • Solarium
    • Meeting room


    • Open roof-terrace and swimming pool in the summer
    • Princely rooms
    • The hotel is opposite the Baths of Diocletian


    • Long corridors and half-landing steps
    • Tables cramped together in the brasserie

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