WE HAVE AN AMAZING OFFER JUST FOR YOU THAT WILL MAKE THIS U2 CONCERT UNFORGETTABLE
Rome, may 1987. Thousands of Romans living near the Stadio Flaminio called the firemen to report an earthquake. It was more of a Rock earthquake, though: U2, with the power of their charisma, supported by an ecstatic audience and a 100.000 watts sound system, made the windows in the nearby palaces shake and moved the hearts of all those who were lucky enough to be able to attend the concert for the release of the album “Joshua tree”.
Thirty years have already gone by, many groups and singers have come and gone, nowadays the 100.000 watts are forbidden, but songs like With or Without you made music history and U2, one of the bands that revolutionised the rock world, are coming back to Rome to celebrate the album that made them famous all over the world.
On the 15th and 16th July, the Stadio Olimpico, will be full of emotion for those who were also there thirty years ago, for those who will see them for the first time or for those who don’t want to miss the opportunity to see another of their concerts, and there will be lots of opportunity to walk through Rome and discover her beauty, when the sun is high in the sky enlightening the eternal city or when the light of sunset enhance her sassy and elegant beauty.
We would like to contribute to making your concert weekend even more special with an offer dedicated to those who managed to buy a ticket for a concert that was sold out within hours.
Is the U2 concert unmissable?
For, us U are unmissable 2!
Show us your ticket for the concert and you can enjoy the offer “U2” in Rome”.
- Welcome aperitif on our terraces, to toast to the experience that awaits you
- Late check out: besides enjoying the concert, enjoy Rome until the sunrise without worrying about the check out time!
- Buffet breakfast always included
- free bottle of water
- kettle in the room with tea and coffee
- free Wifi
Contact our hotel directly by writing to us at firstname.lastname@example.org in order to enjoy your U2 offer in Rome