The ruins found in the Boscolo Exedra Roma concern the Baths of Diocletian, one of the largest and most perfect of the ancient world. Under the Diocleziano hall one can see a tub, in the foyer of the meeting area the floor is a mosaic with large tiles, under the Michelangelo hall there is an octagonal mountain and inside the hotel the large marble heads depict divinities, XIX-century copies of the classical model.
The Boscolo Exedra Roma retains the so-called ‘Ala Clementina’, the result of a transformation (in the XVI century) of the ‘calidarium’ in the warehouses of the Annonaria Frumentaria of Rome which still maintains, accurately restored, the original wooden beams.
Staying in the Boscolo Exedra Roma also gives you the chance to see an important example of contemporary art by Mario Sironi (1885-1961), which presents the rigid posture of a woman sitting, almost as if on a throne, with the world at her feet.
Thanks to the Boscolo Group, Piazza della Repubblica has benefited from a large-scale redevelopment which has made it one of the major attractions of the city.