EUR – Business District area hotel

Boutique, 4-star hotel near Wimbledon Common

Boutique, 4-star hotel near Wimbledon Common

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Rome’s EUR Business District is where ancient history meets contemporary innovation, making it the ideal base for premium hotel accommodation in the ‘Eternal City’. Hotwire customers can take advantage of unbelievable discounts on this modern, highly regarded 4* Hot Rate hotel which features beautifully appointed double en-suite guest rooms fitted with free high speed Wi-Fi internet and all the latest amenities. Executive guests in the Italian capital for business can conduct meetings or conferences in the hotel’s exclusive meeting rooms which are fully equipped with the latest professional services, whilst those on an indulgent Roman retreat can sample traditional gourmet Italian cuisine in the hotel’s sophisticated onsite restaurant and bar.

Characterised by shimmering glass and futuristic skyscrapers, the EUR district of the ancient city of Rome is dazzlingly modern when compared to its numerous ancient Roman monuments and relics. Located just south of the capital’s historic heart, the Business District is ideal for those in the city for meetings or conferences or those who simply prefer more contemporary surroundings. Despite its modern architecture and economic significance, the EUR is also home to several prominent historical landmarks free for tourists to visit, most notably the Piazza Guglielmo Marconi and its imposing Egyptian obelisk, the beautiful Basilica dei santi Pietro e Paolo and the highly esteemed Museum of Roman Civilisation.

The district is connected via extensive public transport links, including the Laurentina and EUR Magliana metro stations, meaning that hotel guests are only ever a few minutes from Rome’s vibrant city centre and its wealth of historic landmarks. Arguably the city’s most enduring symbol of the former ancient Roman Empire is the astonishing Colosseum. A vast arena built in 80 AD and with an impressive capacity of 80,000 spectators, the Colosseum is the largest amphitheatre in the world and one of Rome’s most popular tourist hotspots. Today, the Colosseum is open to the public to marvel at its sheer size, as well as to explore its labyrinth of subterranean tunnels which formerly transported gladiators and exotic animals to meet their fate in the arena. During the peak summer seasons, tourists are advised to arrive early so as to avoid queues and crowds.

Just a stone’s throw from the Colosseum is another of Rome’s most iconic historical relics, the Roman Forum. The plaza is home to the ruins of the former government buildings of the mighty Roman Empire, some of which date back to the 8th century BC.