Boscolo Hotel Palace
Reminiscent of the Belle Époque, the Boscolo Hotel Palace is housed in an Art Nouveau-influenced structure built in the 1920’s by renowned architect Marcello Piacentini. Located near the American Embassy on Via Veneto, the hotel contains 87 guestrooms decorated with marble floors, Italian beach wood, and futuristic white furniture. In contrast, the lobby and lounge celebrate 1920’s high society with a large Murano crystal chandelier and frescos painted by Venetian artist Guido Cadorin, depicting early-20th-century socialites decked in pearls and furs. The hotel is within a five-minute walk of major landmarks like the Spanish Steps and Trevi Fountain.
Room to Book:
For the most impressive view, request a room overlooking Via Veneto; just be aware that street-facing rooms are slightly noisier than others.
During your stay, make sure to stop by the neighboring Café de Paris, which was featured in Federico Fellini’s 1960 film La Dolce Vita.