The Secret Impressionists: unseen masterpieces
with Hotel de la Ville
An imposing 17th-century landmark on the Piazza Venezia, Palazzo Bonaparte, named for Napoleon’s mother, has borne witness to many of Rome’s most important events. From inaugurations to wars and the shooting of iconic films, this Renaissance-Baroque palace has been at the heart of modern Roman history. Recently reopened following a meticulous refurbishment, this grand 3,000-square-foot palace is now to be a cultural hub, and its inaugural exhibition in its new capacity is appropriately significant: Impressionisti Segreti, or the Secret Impressionists.
Running until next spring, this exceptional show brings together more than 50 historic works, showcased in the opulent rooms previously inhabited by Napoleon’s mother. Curated by a duo of experts in the field, Claire Durand-Ruel and Marianne Mathieu, it includes stunning pieces from Cézanne, Renoir, Monet, Gaugin, Sisley, Pissarro and more, many of which have remained hidden from the public eye for decades and are only now being loaned for display. Discover their newly revealed glory as part of a two-night stay at Hotel de la Ville, including two skip-the-queue tickets to the exhibition, and bear witness to an extraordinary cultural event.
Two or more nights at Hotel de la Ville, from Superior Rooms to Junior Suites
Two free skip-the-queue tickets for Impressionisti Segreti
Terms & conditions:
Package subject to availability
Valid for stays until 8th March 2020
Indicated price is per night
Terms and conditions
Hotels Hotel de la Ville.
Valid 08/10/2019 - 08/03/2020
Minimum Stay (Nights) 2