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 Heaven and Hell have been given an unexpected twist. 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. Enter the Aleph and you'll be immediately caught up in a red-tinged vortex full of delicious sensations, striking contrasts, stunning details and sensual luxury. The 96 rooms in the Aleph, which include 24 deluxe rooms and 6 charming suites and junior suites, are a dramatic combination of eclectic Italian style from the Thirties and Forties and sleek minimalist design. On the walls, large black and white posters by Bram Tihany, a photographer of New York streets, portray special glimpses of "a day in the life of Rome." The Aleph's suite accommodations are dressed up in soothing beige hues. The two full-sized suites include a cozy lounge area which overlooks an outdoor terrace with Jacuzzi. Junior suites have separate "day and night" areas divided by a glass frame. The most modern comforts and the latest technology are the extra special touches that make the Aleph the quintessence of unconventional luxury. In this elegantly austere, contemporary ambiance you can still unleash your fantasy and sing the praises of Rome on the terrace of your private suite, relaxing in the Jacuzzi under the stars.
- Boscolo Aleph Hotel
- Via di San Basilio, 15
Directions to Hotel
From the Highway: The highway is approximately 4 km away.Take the Roma Nord exit, and follow the signs for Via Salaria downtown, and then for Via Veneto. Once you have passed the United States Embassy, turn right in via San Basilio. From Termini Station: The station is approximately 1 km away.Five minutes by taxi.On foot about 15 minutes (from the Station, take Via Bissolati toward Piazza della Repubblica, then turn left to find Via San Basilio). From the Leonardo da Vinci - Fiumicino Airport: The airport is approximately 25 km away. By taxi it takes around 45 minutes, and costs around 50 Euro. By train from the airport to the Termini station (35 minutes and around 3.5 Euro). It is also possible to book a pick-up service directly at the Hotel desk.
The Aleph Hotel won the Best Hotel Interior Design in Europe at the 2004 Villegiature Awards that were held on October 18 at the Bristol hotel in Paris with the participation of ambassadors, diplomats, directors of renown luxury hotels and resorts and major publishers. Featured in "Top 25 Hot New Hotels in Italy" in Travel and Leisure (September 2004).
Banquets & Meetings
Affluence and material comforts are at home in the Aleph. 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 state-of-the-art technologies and flawless service you'll find in the striking Conference Room, which can accommodate over 70 persons, will turn even the most devilishly complex meeting into a heavenly opportunity for success. To the right of the meeting room is the entrance to the Red Library, an inviting space designed to encourage mental relaxation, as well as an ideal choice for informal and exclusive meetings among the books, which are presented in virtual dimensions behind luminous screens.
Secretarial and business service.
Fine Dining on Site
Gastronomic temptations abound throughout the Aleph. While we're not saying that you will end up in Dante's Sixth Circle of Hell with the gluttons, you will definitely find it hard to resist the pleasures of the palate in the 60-seat Maremoto sensational restaurant. The fiery red ambiance with striking flame-like twig arrangements against stark white niches sets the right tone for the delicious recipes concocted by the chefs. Restaurant proposes essential and sophisticated culinary concepts without being over elaborate. The restaurant's menu is based upon basic Mediterranean ingredients superbly rendered. Also in the Sin area, the 25-seat Wine Bar Dioniso is an ideal spot for a refined and light working lunch or a late-evening rendezvous in a languid and rarefied atmosphere. Directly opposite, the 25-seat Angelo Bar is a heavenly spot for drinks and conversation. Scarlet red, mysterious black and glints of gleaming metal and crystal are the refined backdrop for a superb selection of the best Italian and international wines. On the Aleph's top floor, the 7 Heaven open-air restaurant and bar is an exotic terrace with captivating views over the Eternal City. Seating 70, 7 Heaven is an ideal place to meet friends or entertain business colleagues.
Located where the bank building's vaults once stood, the Aleph's Paradise Spa is an exclusive and intimate retreat for hotel guests and walk-in customers alike. Evocative of the leisurely and artistic lifestyle of the ancient Romans who delighted in highly refined vices, the spa offers a sauna, Turkish bath and thermal swimming pool, as well as a small gym outfitted with exercise machines and equipment. The spa also offers a range of massages and body treatments delivered by trained therapists, including energizing and revitalizing delights such as Melted Chocolate massage; Honey Body Scrub with maize flour; Shiatsu, Deep Muscle and Ayruvedic massages; and Chinese Foot Reflexology.
- - Banquets & Meetings
- - Business Center
- - Meeting Space
- - Fine Dining on Site
- - Fine Dining Nearby
- - High Speed Internet
- - Spa Facility
- - Dining
- - Shopping
- - Theatre & Museums
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