Aleph Rome
Aleph Rome.  Winner of the 2003 European Hotel Design Award for “best interiors,” the chic and stylistically eclectic Aleph is setting a new benchmark for hotels in Rome.  With its sexy and provocative interpretation of “heaven and hell,” depicted in three distinct layers of public space, the Aleph has revolutionized the Italian hotel experience. 

The 93 guest rooms, inspired by Italian designs of the 1930s and 1940s, combine contemporary and period furnishings—a nod to living in modern Rome.  Each room features a significant black and white “day in the life of Rome” photomural by Bram Tihany that infuses energy and a sense of place.   The VIP Suite, finished in exotic zebrawood, features a 76-square-meter private terrace and an enclosed Jacuzzi.  More than just a place to stay in Rome, the Aleph is a state of mind. 

Photography: Janos Grapow, Andrea  Martiradonna