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Boscolo Hotel Aleph

Via di San Basilio, 15, Rome 00187 Italy

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Boscolo Hotel Aleph, Rome, Italy
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Boscolo Hotel Aleph - Hotel Reviews from across the web

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Hi! Make your Philippine visit relaxing and fun here at the Four Seasons Hometel. Our property is new and cozy. Warm welcome, we hope to be of sincere good and personalized service.See and experience why we are considered the 'Best Place to stay in Manila, exotic Philippine Islands' and your 'Home A...

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The Aleph, A Boscolo Luxury Hotel, is an excentric property created by gifted architect Adam D. Tihany, who becomes a modern-day Virgil as he leads you on an amazing journey filled with heavenly places and sinful delights in his very personal interpretation of Dante's Divine Comedy: the Aleph. In th...

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The Aleph is the best of Rome's recently opened contemporary-style hotels, such as es.hotel and Hotel Art. Designer Adam Tihany, whose previous work includes restaurants Le Cirque 2000 in New York and Foliage in London, has based the interiors on Dante's Divine Comedy, focusing on red (for Hell) and...

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Wondering where the beautiful people are Look no further than the Aleph, the most unfalteringly fashionable of Rome's new class of design hotels. The just-this-side-of-kitsch theme here is Dante's Divine Comedy, and you can walk the line between heaven and hell through the Angelo bar, the red-red-re...

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Called sexy and decadent by some hotel critics when it opened, this winning choice leads the pack among new wave Italian hotels. A luxury hotel in the center of Rome, Aleph was designed by Adam Tihany, who said he wanted to humanize the rooms with indulgent details. Only a minute's walk from the Via...

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A distinguished member of design hotels TM. Provocative and ironic, the Aleph is a hotel that is not afraid to take risks and show its teeth. The latest project from New York designer, Adam D. Tihany, is an eclectic display of decadence and reserve, coolness and passion, inspired by the eternal them...

No title - expert review
Gifted architect Adam D. Tihany becomes a modern day Virgil as he leads you on an amazing journey filled with heavenly places and sinful delights in his very personal interpretation of Dante's Divine Comedy: the Aleph.In this intriguing hotel near Via Veneto in the heart of Rome, the concepts of Hea...

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Once a monumental bank in Rome, the historical building has been beautifully remodeled to become a stylish design hotel that bewitches through aesthetic charm. Designed by the famous architect Adam Thinany, the Aleph is the unique place where heaven and hell blend in perfect harmony. Each comfortabl...

absolutley beautiful - user review
a comfortable hotel with a great location. one of the most beautiful contemporary interior designs i have ever seen.the rooms and bathrooms are v...

Wonderful experience - user review
Although many of the reviewers seem to have found the staff less than helpful, I found each and everone I dealt with to be great. During my stay I was given a above par level of service and can recommend this hotel to anyone looking for a well located and quiet space. Traveler's tip on dining.Try th...

Solid Accommodations - user review
Modern themed hotel located in good section of the city. Front desk was very helpful with providing local information and directions. Spa looked very interesting but was not open w...

Beautiful and convenient hotel - user review
The Aleph Boscolo was a great hotel. The metro was only 1 short block away and the hotel is located between the Trevi Fountain and the Spanish Steps. My husband and I are very satisfied with the location and decor of the hotel...Great bed and the best shower head. We especially like the fact that we...

Beautiful, but not near the night life - user review
The Aleph is a beautiful hotel, and the service was great, but I disagree with previous reviews and some of the guide books about the hotel bar having a great scene . While it's certainly stylish, I n...

Wonderful! - user review
The Aleph is a wonderful hotel! As someone who lives in Manhattan and knows luxury hotels quite well I was a little skeptical of the Aleph's claim. And yes luxury may be a stretch, by American standards, but by European ones, it is not. Consider the Aleph a 4 star hotel, instead. It's trendy, fun, a...

More thqn i Would usualy pay but worth it - user review
The contrast of old Rome and this trendy modern hotel are an experience not to be missed. If I had a fatter wallet, I would live there. One tip, if you have nogt bneen to Rome before, the room service food is 3wonderful if money is no object...but there are a bazillion bustros in Rome where you can ...

Great location - user review
The hotal is located in a great part of the city, close to shopping and all the major attractions. The Via Veneto is around the corner with nice restau...

Great Location - user review
The hotel is located within minutes of the Trevi Fountain and the Spanish Steps. The subway is just half a block away. I agree with other traveller's opinion on the staff. They weren't very helpful or inviting at all. The room was quiet and comfortable. Traveler's tip on local attractions.The Galler...

Pricey but Beautiful - user review
The room was wonderful with a sunken jacuzzi tub. Room service was outrageous for example 30 euro for a club sandwich. The staff was very helpful and always there to assist. The location was nice but not too close to the major sights in Rome. However, the Trevi Fountain was about a 10 15 minute walk...

Not Impressed - user review
The staff was not helpful and seemed uninterested in service. We did not feel very welocome here. It seemed they were not particularly friendly. Traveler's tip on local attractions.Rome is a very beautiful place...when we go back we will...

Chic Roman Hotel - user review
Very modern and clean hotel. Most hotel employees speak English and are very helpful with the surrounding area. The hotel is in an ideal walking location: 2 mins from a metro stop, 10 15 mins from Spanish steps/Trevi fountain/Via Veneto. Great restaurants and shopping nearby as well. Would definatel...

More hell than heaven - user review
Arriving for our first wedding anniversary through LastMinute.Com we found that our room did not have flat screen tv or a CD player as indicated on their website, light fittings were broken, the shower holder was broken, jagged & dangerous and the sparkling wine & chocolates that I had ordered as a ...

Forget the Love & Romance Package - user review
I paid the extra EUR200pn, bringing the total to over EUR500pn for the extras which included airport pickup, room upgrade, flowers, sparkling wine and chocolates on arrival, inclusive dinner, breakfast in the room, free spa entry and a horse & carriage ride through Rome. Pickup was a nice Merc, we h...

Ultra modern in historic Rome - user review
The hotel is located on a quiet street near Via Veneto and Piazza Barberini. Walkable to Spanish Steps, Trevi, Pantheon and most of the great sights. The subway is also close for trips to Vatican or Colliseum. The hotel lobby is fantastic with a very beautiful staff to tend to your needs. The rooms ...

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there is nothing bad to say about this hotel, great location, excellent service, and a modern dream...

Not a good choice - user review
This may be Fodor's choice, but it certainly is not mine. We arrived in Rome after spending three nights in Florence at the Grand Hotel Villa Medici which was truly a wonderful experience and a great hotel. We spent three nights at the Aleph in March 06. It's expensive and the service is extremely p...

Amazingly Nice Hotel - user review
The hotel is beautiful. The design is very impressive. Strikingly bold colors and unique pieces of art fill this hotel. This hotel is definitely luxurious. They have a nice lib...

Nice Hotel, POOR service - user review
Nice hotel , nice quiet location, non existant service, they almost go out of their way not to serve. 4stars not, 3 stars probably. We travel all over the world and usually stay at...

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