seven- storied building that dates back to 1929-1930, and which was once
a stately bank, hosts the luxurious Aleph Boscolo Hotel. Located very
near Via Veneto, in the heart
of Rome, this intriguing place, amazingly designed and restored by gifted architect
Adam D. Tihany, fills guests with delicious sensations.
Striking contrasts, stunning details and sensual luxury, pleasantly
surprises everyone that comes in. A dramatic combination of eclectic
Italian style from the thirties and forties, and sleek minimalist
design, wrap the bedrooms, decorated predominantly in whites and creams
with splashes of dark blue, and with large black and white posters
by Bram Tihany, a photographer of New York streets.
This contemporary style hotel, offers an elegantly, austere ambiance,
where you can unleash your fantasy and sing the praises of Rome.
You will definitely find it hard to resist the pleasures of the palate
in the Maremoto sensational restaurant, with its fiery red ambiance with
striking flame-like twig arrangements against stark white niches. The
Alert terrace, is the ideal place for an evening rendezvous. Through the
leaves of exotic plants that surround the bar-restaurant, captivating
views of the eternal city can be enjoyed. In addition to an
award-winning design, the Aleph's Paradise Spa evocative of the
leisurely and artistic lifestyle of the ancient Romans, is an exclusive
and intimate retreat for hotel guests and walk-in customers as well. A
true paradise experience.