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Exedra

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At a Glance

    Pros

  • spacious and attractive rooms
  • great spa and pool
  • terrace with cocktail service
  • close to Termini station

    Cons

  • food and beverages are expensive
  • beyond the immediate vicinity, parts of the neighborhood can be sketchy

Exedra Review

If Rome's semi-stodgy hotel scene has an It-Girl, it's this place, where high rollers love to host splashy parties by the rooftop swimming pool and magazines love to rave about them. Rooms are predictably luscious in an uptown way, with silky linens and handsome nouveau-colonial bedsteads, and many face the spectacular fountain in the piazza outside. Unlike its naughty younger brother the Aleph, the Exedra is a model of neoclassical respectability, all gilt-framed mirrors and fresh flowers, but there's a glint of cutting edge in the paparazzi-inspired (and inspiring) Tazio brasserie. Why stay here, rather than at the umpteen other expensively elegant hotels in central Rome? Think about it while you lounge by that rooftop pool.

    Hotel Details

  • 220 rooms, 18 suites.
  • Rate includes breakfast.
  • Credit cards accepted.
Updated: 03-19-2014

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