Hotel near Palazzo delle Esposizioni exhibition centre
Lovers of art and culture will appreciate the fact that the Hotel Lazio Hotel is close to the Palazzo delle Esposizioni exhibition centre. The Palazzo was built in neoclassical style in 1877 and was inaugurated in 1883. It hosts numerous art exhibitions and events. It is located in the central Via Nazionale and can be reached in about 15 minutes on foot from the Lazio Hotel hotel, which is 1.7 km away, by walking along Via Vicenza towards Via Marsala, Via Marsala, Viale Enrico de Nicola, Piazza dei Cinquecento, Largo of Villa Peretti, Via del Viminale, Via Depretis, Piazza del Viminale and Via Nazionale. The Palazzo has been renovated several times and is the preferred location for the Rome Art Quadriennale and the Rome Quadriennale exhibitions. The Palazzo delle Esposizioni extends over an area of more than 10,000 m2, with exhibition spaces of over 3000 m2, 292 m2 for educational services, a 136-seat cinema hall, an 88-seat auditorium, an art workshop/laboratory, a coffee shop and a bookshop.
After major renovations carried out in 2007, the Palazzo was reopened to the public and presents projects of the highest quality, with excellent technological standards and modern reception policies. It hosts art exhibitions, film festivals and projects dedicated to theatre, photography and books.
The three exhibition areas are spread over three floors and, thanks to vertical walls, they enjoy total autonomy. Since 2007, it has hosted events and exhibitions dedicated to the great people of the twentieth century and the cultures that have passed through it: Stanley Kubrick, Mario Ceroli, Mark Rothko, Bill Viola, Giorgio De Chirico, Alexander Calder, Robert Doisneau, the American avant-garde movement, socialist realism, Mimmo Jodice, Helmut Newton, National Geographic photographers, news stories on the Mexican Revolution and Prague Spring.
The Palazzo delle Esposizioni is open at the following times:
• Sunday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday: from 10 am to 8 pm;
• Friday and Saturday: from 10 am to 10.30 pm.
Closed on Monday. Admission is allowed until one hour before closing.