Curio Collection by Hilton has acquired the newly renovated Aleph Rome Hotel—an elegant property in the heart of Rome near the Barberini metro station, between Via Veneto and Piazza Barberini. Aleph Rome Hotel, Curio Collection by Hilton is an 88-room hotel located just a short walk from the iconic Spanish Steps, the Trevi Fountain, Villa Borghese and other city landmarks. The property, built in the 1930s, is the first in Rome and the second in Italy for the brand.
The renovation of Aleph Rome Hotel was focused on blending its Roman design with contemporary features, while preserving its historical treasures, including authentic Cipollino marble. Highlights of the renovations include:
- Spacious Guestrooms: The hotel offers 88 guest rooms, including 14 suites and a Junior Suite, each featuring modern Italian furniture, high ceilings, and marble floors.
- Rooftop swimming: Guests can enjoy the rooftop pool, which overlooks the city. The hotel also offers a wellness spa, fitness center, and indoor pool.
- Event & Meeting Space: The hotel has a meeting room adorned with marble flooring that has capacity for 100 guests, and is well suited for both business meetings and events. A private suite on the fifth floor can accommodate up to eight guests in a more intimate setting.
Additional amenities include the Sky Blu Restaurant located on the hotel’s rooftop, serving a creative reinterpretation of traditional Italian cuisine featuring local ingredients; the late-night cocktail bar, Onyx Bar; and the Cognac Lounge, where guests are invited to make their choice from the sizable collection of cigars and spirits in the hotel’s own Cognac Lounge. Rates start at $475 per night. For more information, visit curiocollection.com.