The H’All Tailor Suite Rome
The resort is located on a quiet tree-lined road at the exclusive and wealthy Borghese/Parioli neighbourhood. The primary Piazza del Popolo, that has a subway stop, is under a 10-minute walk off. Just off the Piazza is Rome’s most important thoroughfare and shopping street, Via del Corso, that leads off to Via dei Condotti, home to most of the high-end style houses.
A number of the town’s major monuments, such as the Borghese Gallery or even Castel Sant’Angelo and the Vatican could be reached by foot or transportation. The resort is close enough to the action yet remote enough for people who need an oasis escape from the active center of Rome.
Style & personality
From the minute you arrive, you get a feeling of the boutique and tailor-made sense of this resort. The elegant white construction seems a home made one, based on owners’ Riccardo and Ramona’s assignment to make you feel at home. Thus the title: what here is all about a personal encounter. The lobby is an image of premium quality and diverse furnishings in bold yellows and blues, resulting off to a expansive dark wood staircase complete with a dangling artwork installment of this resort’s signature H and a lifetime size gorilla model.
This design carries through to the guest suites and rooms, where artworks out of Rome’s Mucciaccia modern art gallery decorate the walls and fit perfectly with the minimalist and trendy design furnishings and pieces of every uniquely appointed chamber. The famous All’Oro restaurant can be fitted with lavish and lavish colourful interiors and all out of the charcoal cloth covered tables into purple velvet sofa chairs are designed with customer comfort in mind.
Service & amenities
Constantly on hand to help with vacation preparation or some other town and dining hints, the concierge and staff team are enlightening as well as also the consummate hosts. In accord with this home-away-from-home feel, they’re like having neighborhood friends who will help out with anything from personal airport transfers to building a gourmet picnic in Villa Borghese, town excursions or bespoke experiences like Vespa or Ferrari drives around town.
Space service from the All’Oro restaurant is available until 11pm everyday with resort classics such as the bar sandwich, burgers and pizzas to some more gourmet offering including and nice dining creations. There’s 24 hour reception, free Wi-Fi in rooms and public areas, a bar and parking can be found on site. On request, laundry service may be organised and free papers are available every day from the lobby.
All the 14 rooms in the H’All Tailor Suite boasts cutting edge technological features like digital touch curtains, touch sensitive lighting and electricity switches as well as usefully, USB outlets. The tasteful furnishings made by interior layout artisans and artists have the maximum quality materials and, along with the diverse art, have every been personally chosen by Riccardo and Ramona.
All rooms have hand handled parquet flooring, brass lighting fittings, contemporary place lights and a touch Made in Italy odor. Each king-size mattress includes a pillow menu and also the big baths are fitted with frosted Murano glass showers, marble bathrooms with chromotherapy and distinctive French couture Replica by Maison Margiela toiletries. The lavish suites additionally contain terraces and whirlpool tub and extend a group of fine cigars.
Food & beverage
The gem in this hotel’s crown is the ‘ All’Oro pub. This isn’t your ordinary hotel restaurant but in a feeling, a fine dining restaurant with hotel rooms, even as the owners explain it, even though Riccardo and Ramona have still kept the homely facet of the remaining portion of the home.
A few of the standout dishes contained the salt and curry cod tiramisu, a deconstructed carbonara lotion in an egg shell, plus a cheeky take on the older Roman classic: a chunk of coda alla vaccinara (slowly braised oxtail) that looks like the Ferrero Rocher chocolate. Additionally, it provides vegan and fermented tasting menus. There’s an outdoor garden, open wine basement and second large dining area inspired by an ‘Old England’ sitting area, complete with a fireplace, elegant wood panelling and a key door.
Value for cash
Prices start from $200 (#175) in low season; and out of $240 (#210) at high, such as breakfast. Free Wi-Fi is available throughout the resort.
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