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Aleph Boscolo Luxury Hotel Rome5 Stars
Via Di San Basilio 15 Rome IT-00187
This hotel is near Via Veneto in the heart of Rome, the concepts of Heaven and Hell have been given an unexpected twist. Once a stately bank, the building has been lavishly remodeled to become the perfect scenario for your high-profile meetings and business appointments in Rome.
The 96 rooms in the Aleph, which include 32 superior rooms and 10 deluxe rooms, are a dramatic combination of eclectic Italian style from the thirties and forties and sleek minimalist design.
The restaurant proposes essential and sophisticated culinary concepts without being over elaborate. You'll find true paradise in the luxurious Spa below, and surrender to the tempting treats served above in the Sin restaurant and Angelo Bar.
The state-of-the-art technologies and flawless service in the striking Conference room can accommodate over 70 persons, which will turn even the most devilishly complex meeting into a heavenly opportunity for success.
Starting from March 31st, the fitness centre and swimming pool at the hotel will be closed for renovation.
- 1 km to the Railway Station
- 25 km to the Airport (Leonardo da Vinci - Fiumicino)
- Baby Sitting Service
- Currency Exchange Services
- Bar / Lounge
- Laundry Facilities
- Conference Facilities
- Photocopying Facilities
- Air Conditioning
- Internet Access
- Cable / Satellite TV
- Mini Bar
Aleph Boscolo Luxury Hotel Rome Guest Reviews (18)
The hotel is decorated/furnished in the true Italian tradition of beauty, quality and modern. Good location and nice breakfast. Staffs are helpful. The hotel ‘s business/service model however distract from the positives. For instance Iron is not provided in the rooms, guests has to have their cloths done for a fee even if it is for removing creases after folding, coffee and tea making kettles are not provided in the rooms guest have to go to the 2 floor to make their own- we accidently discovered the service. At breakfast guest have to order their coffee, even though it is buffet. A meal we ordered at the rooftop garden restaurant turn out to be very disappointing, we had ordered a hot dinner meal what we were served was obviously straight from the freezer. Unfortunately this dinner service is all that we remember from the hotel as this meal was to celebrate our anniversary.
akwasi wrote on July 8, 2012
Unforgivable experience, it was really nice. It's located about 5minutes walking distance from the Spanish steps (Spanga).
Fahad wrote on June 10, 2012
Staff very friendly, however a few issues to note: First morning we waited half an hour for our cooked breakfast & when we reminded the waiter, it had been overlooked. Suffered badly with moquitoes in our room, despite all windows being shut, Also could not turn off our main light, had to call maintenance, this happened twice, Jacuzzi - cold Turkish bath - in darkness and smelt damp. Black patches in the corners of the swimming area. Despite the above enjoyed our stay, excellent location, just didn't reach our 5* expectations
Tricia wrote on June 6, 2012
The location is perfect rally quite finance district so no excess noise at night. Metro Tube is a 2 min walk which is great for getting round for only 1 euro. Spanish steps and Trevi fountain are 10 min walk away. I paid £500 at the last minute for 3 nights which was worth it. It is not a 5* hotel like we have in Britain however it is still very nice. I dont understand the reviewers of rude staff, everyone on reception throughout the day and night are lovely and very helpful, offered to print out boarding passes and borrowed us a plug adapter for free, the doormen are dopes but hadly worth slating the hotel for. The spa is not a 5* one but its ok im sure they dont put chorline in the pool, The wifi is completely free too. Again the rooms are not absolutley sparking new so there is some wear and tear to the fixtures but the bed and bathroom are cleaned well. If you have time to be looking at skirting boards you have too much time are your hands and Rome is wasted on you.
Dann wrote on May 8, 2012
The location of the hotel is excellent. I have read many bad posts concerning the style and the atmosphere of the hotel, but, from my perspective, i thinks these negative comments are not deserved: the style is special but modern and trendy. Rooms are originally decorated, modern clean and quite large (for Rome standards). That said, the hotel is no five stars (as they claim): our window had view on the A/C engine of the hotel (extremely noisy), the amenties are of poor quality, the SPA/pool are barely clean. These are no real issues but this is not what you would expect from a five stars hotel, especially for the price they are charging for the room. Last but not least, the service is terrible. Here is the best exemple why: Since parking is impossible in Rome, you will certainly leave your car to the hotel concierge. It will cost you EUR 35. Neverthesless, this is not the worst part: I had to wait more than one hour from the moment I asked for my car until I can drive to the airport! Despite this major issue, the staff did not do anything, they charge me for the parking anyway, they did not apologize and, worst of all, did not give us any explanation. In couclusion, the hotel is fine, well-located, but overpricy for what you get (espcially in terms of service). If you can get a special offer: fine. Otherwise, be prepared to be desappointed
Floribus wrote on January 14, 2012
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