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What We Love

  • Top location, an easy walk to the Spanish Steps and Villa Borghese gardens, with the rest of the city’s historic center not much farther on foot or by metro
  • Free WiFi

What To Know

  • The hotel’s mishmash of styles (Asian, Art Deco, nautical) may not be everyone’s idea of a Roman holiday
  • The hotel sits near the eastern edge of the historic center, but most major sights are westward
  • A city tax of approximately $8 per person, per night, will be collected by the hotel at checkout


  •  Babysitting
  •  Bar
  •  Free WiFi
  •  Handicap-accessible
  •  Parking On Site
  •  Pet-friendly
  •  Pool
  •  Restaurant
  •  Room Service
  •  Spa
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A 20th-century bank turned five-star hotel with luxe rooms and excellent lounge bar

The Look

A powerful pastiche. In the ground-floor lobby, bar, reception area and breakfast room, black marble floors, cherrywood-paneled walls, scarlet accents and ornately carved and luxuriously upholstered furniture give off a vibe that simultaneously recalls the imperial periods of Rome, France, China and Japan. Upstairs, in the guestrooms and suites, a more maritime, Art Deco look reveals itself, with a blue-and-white color scheme, light wood paneling and such details as nickel-plated hardware, bevel-edged mirrors and Murano glass lighting.

Bed and Bath

Rooms at the Aleph are defined by their high-ceilings and elegance. Sliding wooden panels smartly divide bathroom and bedroom, where kingsize beds jut out from blue leather–upholstered walls. Elsewhere, glass surfaces top white storage-and-desk units, concealing cabinets, drawers and the minibar; a large flat-screen TV and a tall bevel-edged mirror sit just above. In the bathroom tiny blue and white glass tiles cover every surface from floor to ceiling. A glass vanity and sink, toilet and bidet complement a sunken tub-shower combo and the amenities comprise a grand suite of potions.


After a day spent sight-seeing, head for an aperitivo in the ground-floor Lounge Bar which attracts the after-work crowd. The hotel’s interior was inspired by Dante Alighieri’s Divine Comedy – expect sultry decor and atmospheric lighting. The on-site restaurant serves up gourmet fare and is a great place to people-watch.

How to Get There

Aleph Rome Hotel Curio Collection by Hilton
Via di San Basilio 15
Rome, 00187 Italy


4.5 Very Good 288 Reviews
Reviewed 3 days ago

I really was amazied by this lively experience. As you know, new hotel and you want to enjoy your vacation after being exhausting by work and life and you want the perfect time including all the details. This hotel had made it for me. I love Rome soo much but with first time hotel I was a little bit concerned but thanks God it was out of my expectations. The room looked a brand new like no one had stayed before. The bed "ohhh my God " such sweet dreams very comfortable. Everything was nice and clean. Also, the most important thing about any hotel is the staff. I do not want to mention names because I am afraid not to mention everyone. I can say that everyone from door to the reception the concerge, the restaurants and the housekeeping very professional and sweet with wonderful smiles and ready to help. I have to mention also that the location of the hotel is in the center of many shopping stores and variety of restaurants whether you are vegetarian, vegan or like meat suitable for everyone. I really enjoyed walking around the area and getting lost in the street even and night with the beautiful lights all around. Very safe area all the time. Finally, I hope to get the chance to come back again

Amazing Hotel and Staff in a Great Location
Reviewed 4 days ago

I came to Rome on business so I was not expecting to get much personal time in. However, the hotel is a great place, a touch cold when you first see all the marble but then when you get to see Rome you understand that this hotel really represents a palace and the warmth is added by the staff. During my stay, I dealt with Vincenzo and the lovely Marta who were simply amazing at their job. Loved the hotel in the end and will certainly be returning there in a few months.

Best hotel in Rome
Reviewed 6 days ago

Well - I don't know what other hotels are like in Rome, but the Aleph Rome Hotel was one of the best hotels my wife and I have ever stayed at. A++ staff from the minute we got there until the time we left. The front desk was extra friendly and accommodating. The bar staff was top notch. The breakfast staff was AMAZING. Every morning they started our day off with a smile and some delicious food. Oh I miss the waffles already. The room was so spacious and super clean. The doormen were always there to greet us coming or going. And a perfect location! TOP NOTCH hotel all around! We will be back! THANK YOU!

Top Notch
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We found this hotel by the reviews and location. It is centrally located to where we wanted to be and in a fantastic location. The staff were amazing and very helpful. We booked the private tours of the Vatican, Coliseum and Catacombs through the Concierge and couldn't have asked for more.

Reviewed 3 weeks ago

From the moment we arrived and through to our departure 3 days later, we thoroughly enjoyed our stay at this beautiful hotel. It was truly amazing and one of new favorite hotels. All of the staff were very friendly and helpful. We were also very warmly greeted with smiles when we would arrive or leave. I love the door men’s uniforms. Every time we needed a taxi, they promptly would call for one for us, and help with our questions. The decor throughout the hotel is so beautiful and taste fully decorated. We loved our room, it was spacious, comfortable and quiet. The bed was also comfortable. I could not always figure out the buttons for the lights, but that is user error. The breakfast buffet offered many wonderful and tasty choices. A must to try is the hot chocolate! The bar is also a must stop - we loved having terrific pre or post drinks that Paolo would create for us. The location is ideal - since it is on a quiet street and not a long walk from the Spanish Steps. Also - taking a taxi to sites in Rome is not expensive - we found our rate would run 8-10 euros for when we needed to get to the Vatican for an early morning tour. The pool and bar area was closed due to the cold weather. We were able to use and enjoy the spa amenities- which were well needed and welcome after a long and cold day of walking in the city. We cannot wait to go back and spend more time at this amazing hotel.