Arrived in Rome and staff were very professional and allowed us early check in. I found the hotel lobby area very accommodating but small. The decor was a mix of contemporary and old world and was supposed to signify an entrance into hell. Heaven was below at the spa. Very strange! When the bellman brought our bags to the room he did not show us or explain anything about the room or hotel. His service was less than adequate. The room was average both in size and decor. Lighting was minimal. We faced the back, had no view and it was dark. There was enough drawer space and the closets size was adequate but the rods were so high that it was difficult to hang up clothes. Who would think in an expensive hotel they would have the security type hangers and then position them so high that it was difficult to insert the body into the holder? The bathroom was roomy, very modern and beautiful. Very nice. There was no wireless in hotel rooms and available for $20+ per day in the lobby. I complained and they allowed me the use of the wireless. I had been led to believe that the whole hotel was wireless. The breakfast buffet at 30 Euros per person was limited and repetitive. No concierge and limited information on restaurants or activities in area. Definitely would never stay again.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- In a Prime Location, just steps from Rome's storied Via Veneto, the luxurious Aleph Hotel Rome charms with its new modern Italian design and its fine and warm hospitality. An executive floor is totally renewed and will accomodate you in a trendy and chic ambiance with luxurury bathrooms and precious lighting. The new rooms are equipped with high technology features: Complimentary fiber optic Wifi speed connection service, USB charging ports, Streaming from your mobile phone to TV, Spotify, Youtube, Euronews, Accuweather Streaming, TV 45 to 60’, Temperature control. The historical building was a bank in 1929 and then transformed in a hotel. Recently works have brought to light the original pillars in Cipollino Marble of the '30s in the lobby. The main part of the lobby is closed for the month of June to valorize this inheritance that will be part of the new Aleph. Further new rooms and a brand new bar are coming soon in July. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Boscolo Aleph Rome
- Boscolo Aleph Hotel Rome