Experience a perfect business location close to Rome’s exhibition center! Maximise your enjoyment in Rome, an iconic city steeped in celebrated culture, by staying at this outstanding Top Secret Hotel. This magnificent 4 star hotel is situated in the Eur district, an area famous for its significance in modern history. This lively yet stunning location will provide the perfect backdrop for an unforgettable stay in the capital. At the hotel, you will find that in addition to top-rate hospitality, the services are capable of fully catering for all business meetings. Expect a modern and professional atmosphere, underlined by the hotel’s 2000 square metre conference centre. Further facilities include audio-visual equipment, translation, and secretarial services. Alternatively, excite the children by having some fun at the indoor water park or play in the heated swimming pool. Drift away in relaxation after a busy day at the health club or in the Turkish baths. This hotel includes all of the comfortable services you would expect and more such as WiFi, air conditioning, 24-hour desk service, a currency exchange, and an on-call Doctor.
Embrace the Eur district, and take a stroll through an area with momentous importance to a political time forgotten in Italy. The district is a former monument to Fascist imperialism, paying homage to Roman imperial town planning. Stroll along the district gardens and take in the impressive sight of the Palazzo Della Civilta Italiana. This square colosseum stands proud as an unshakable symbol of Fascist architecture, characterised by marble and limestone. The building holds many curiosities for history enthusiasts, featuring a gorgeous façade of six rows of nine arches. Many speculate that the number of rows and arches is significant, and is an allusion to Benito Mussolini. Furthermore, the arches are filled with striking statues representing former Roman trades such as handicrafts and astronomy.
You can marvel at the cultural impact of the great city by taking a short stroll to the Museo Della Civilta Romana. This museum forms incredibly detailed models and plaster casts to reconstruct the best aspects of ancient Rome. A must see in this museum is the wondrous, large model of imperial Rome. Continue your educational trip by visiting the close-by National Museum of Prehistory and Ethnography which houses a collection of over 60,000 pieces exploring European indigenous cultural phenomena.
Situated in Southern Rome, you are only steps away from Via Appia, one of the longest straight roads in Europe, and a road holding a wealth of strategic important during the peak of the fallen republic. Take a relaxing jog or have fun with the family by hiring bikes and cycling along the Via to relive the magic of this ancient colossus. If you are looking for peace, stop off and lose yourself at Cafarella Park to enjoy natural beauty away from central Rome.