My husband and I spent a Romantic long weekend at the Boscolo Aleph hotel in January 2012 and it was truly one of the best boutique hotels we've ever stayed at. The hotel is absolutely beautiful - every inch of it is designed meticulously, you can tell that so much thought went into the planning of every corner and niche. Our room was very comfortable and lovely to come back to after every excursion in the city - one of the room's highlights is the lavish set of over 20 soaps and lotions set-up smartly in numbered long tubes that you can pick and choose from with the help of a "soap menu" that explains what each soap/lotion is. It was just a small detail of the room, but one that made us feel pampered and taken care of.
The hotel staff were friendly and helpful beyond words - all of the concierge staff were extremely helpful in recommending tourist attratctions and making reservations for us, and always with a smile. Lastly (but no less important): the hotel's location is fantastic - we walked EVERYWHERE throughout the entire city. It's about a 2 minute walk to Barberini Square (where the metro is, if/when needed), a 7 min. walk to the Spanish steps, and everything else is walking distance as well with varying times.
Side note: this hotel is very very similar to the exquisite "Soho Hotel" in London, where we stayed 3 years ago for double the cost. In short, this hotel is a real find. Enjoy! :-)
- 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