The Hoxton Rome opens today.
Following a complete redevelopment, whose works have been recently completed, the building in Largo Benedetto Marcello, 220 in Rome, belonging to “Beverly Hills” fund managed by Kryalos SGR, is ready to inaugurate its new spaces designed by The Hoxton, brand of the London group Ennismore, an institution in the hospitality and lifestyle sector.
The Hoxton Rome is the first hotel in Italy of the English “open-house” hotel brand born in East London in 2006, as well as the tenth of the collection, and joins in a unique style the Hoxton hotels in London, Paris, Amsterdam and USA.
The asset represents the first investment of Beverly Hills fund, specialized in real estate investments with hotel destination of use to be redeveloped and repositioned, and was made to the fund in 2018.
The redevelopment of the property was carried out by Kryalos SGR, in partnership with Cedar Capital Partners, and covered all areas of the asset for a period of approximately two years.
The hotel, which covers an area of 10,000 square meters, is located in the Parioli district, near the green areas of Villa Borghese and Villa Ada, close to cultural centers such as the MACRO, the National Gallery of Modern Art and the MAXXI, and adjacent to the Coppedè district.
The new reference of the Capitoline hotellerie has 192 rooms whose style is inspired by the Italian design of the seventies, and has an open-space lobby, a coffee bar, a restaurant, an outdoor terrace and an meetings and events area.
The Hoxton Rome offers itself to the Capital as a place where not only guests but everyone can take advantage of common areas that allow you to experience the hotel in an innovative way, no longer linked only to tourism but capable of involving a wider audience, thanks also to the food & drink areas open 24 hours a day.
“We believe that hotellerie – said Paolo Bottelli, CEO of Kryalos Sgr – offers very interesting opportunities, especially if we consider quality products with great commercial potential and attractive for the international public, in a city like Rome characterized by a high flow of tourism but with an offer not completely up to par in some segments. “
“We are also particularly proud – concluded Paolo Bottelli – to have brought to Rome and Italy a brand such as The Hoxton, certainly unique and unmistakable in the hospitality sector for its approach, design and offer to customers.”