we arrived after a 10 hour flight traveling with a 5 year old and seven year old and found out that I had booked a room that would only hold 2 people. Within minutes they had sent about five in staff to meet us in our room, added a twin bed with new bedding and made sure that we would all be comfortable. I was so pleased! The rest of our stay followed suit... AMAZING!!! we can't wait to come back xo
We stayed 6/27 through 7/2/2015 on holiday. The room was clean and large. My only complaint is that the room illumination was too dim at night. Extremely helpful staff, good buffet breakfast. I would stay there again the next time I visit Rome.
I stayed at this hotel in July 2015 with family and it was fantastic!!!!!
It is just the right distance from the termini (3 or 4 stops on the depending on the bus). Very safe to travel back to at night time. Also one bus ride to Vatican and colosseum. Lots of mini supermarkets nearby!
The staff at the hotel were very helpful and accomadating. In particular the conceriege, namely, Simone was absolutely great. He was helpful with planning our days and recommended excellent restaurants. Very reasonably priced!
The only downside was the wifi- it's a bit slow! Breakfast had a wide selection.
I would definitely stay here again!
This was our first visit to Italy and we wanted to plant roots at just one special hotel that would offer a wonderful and delightful experience, we were not disappointed. By the end of our stay, the Aleph Hotel felt like home to us. We even left for a couple of days to the Isle of Capri and couldn't wait to return to the Aleph. The staff - from the front desk, bartenders (especially Luca), doormen, to the hostesses - were all exceptional, truly. There was slight construction work being done as we read about in the earlier evaluations, but we didn't notice, even during our restful afternoon naps. The rooms were cool and peaceful. The daily breakfast brunch was something we looked forward to always, very yummy. The area surrounding the Aleph Hotel was perfect, very close to everything we wanted. We would definitely go back in a second.
Made famous by 'La Dolce Vita' film in 1960, the Via Veneto is going through a glamorous renaissance. Bars, restaurants, chic hotels and boutiques all vie for attention in the street which coined the expression 'paparazzo' – the surname of the photojournalist in the film. Nearby, the Spanish Steps are the place for lovers' trysts, shopping, and honing the Italian art of 'dolce far niente' – idling and people-watching.