Boscolo Aleph Roma
Daring design meets genuine comfort and excellent service in this unique hotel in Rome
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 luxury hotel Boscolo Aleph Roma. 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 Maremoto restaurant and Angelo Bar. Enter the 5 star hotel Boscolo Aleph Roma and you'll be immediately caught up in a red-tinged vortex full of delicious sensations, striking contrasts, stunning details and sensual luxury.
Angelo Wine Bar
In the hotel, a fascinating conversion of what was once a bank, there are 96 rooms, including thirty-three Deluxe rooms, four Junior Suites and two Executive Suites. They all feature Italian design inspired by 1930s and '40s style, with large black and white photographs by New York street photographer Bram Tihany, portraying everyday life in Rome. Details include Murano Liberty glassware and Art Déco furnishing.
Anmo Tuina Spa
The vaults of the former bank have been converted into a luxurious spa, in which the colour blue dominates the scene, along with water. The spa evokes the Ancient Roman fascination with the spa as an essential part of everyday life. It has a sauna, a Turkish bath, a small gym, and two swimming pools. Treatments provided comprise cosmetic, thermal and therapeutic procedures, delivered with the customary 5-star Boscolo professional technique and courtesy.