- Aleph Boscolo Hotel Rome (Rome)
Aleph Boscolo Hotel Rome
country: Italy, city: Rome (City Centre: Spanish Steps)
Aleph Boscolo Hotel Rome If you are planning for a particular holiday destination at Rome, then Aleph Boscolo Hotel is the perfect place for you to reside, whilst having the railway station just a kilometre away.
Aleph Boscolo 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.
Hotel Facilities: Room Facilities: Baby sitting service
Dry cleaning facilities
Cable / Satellite TV
- 25 km to the airport (Leonardo da Vinci - Fiumicino)
- 1 km to the railway station
Via Di San Basilio 15
International hotels. — Academic. 2010.
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