G-Rough – Rome’s newest design gem

The explanation of the name of G-Rough hotel in Rome gives you a peak at the personality of this hotel.

G-Rough Rome - Nook Twelve

“The ‘g’ is from our other property PalazzinaG in Venice,” explained Emanuele Garosci, the man responsible for bringing about much of the brilliance that abounds here. “We’re presenting a very Italian sense of luxury here—one with history, design, and a touch of whimsy,” adds entrepreneur Gabriele Salini, the other bold visionary at work here.

G-Rough will offer guests an insider slice of a city, in this case Rome, when it opens its doors March 2015.  The two partners modelled each floor of the hotel on a different designer from the 1930s, 40s and 50s, including Giò Ponti, Ico Parisi, Silvio Cavatorta, Paolo Venini, Guglielmo Ulrich, Osvaldo Borsani and Archimede Seguso.

G-Rough Rome - Nook Twelve

G-Rough Rome - Nook Twelve

The classic 1950s furniture is the best part – the octagonal coffee table, velvet aubergine chair, floor lamp with blown glass, and cascade light. The 90 square-metre penthouse incorporates textural details such as patterned floor and ceiling tiles, and affords a stunning view of the Sant’Agnese dome.In the suites, gleaming bathrooms are awash with reflective, brass-toned tiles contrasted with moss-green mosaic, vintage-style fittings and rustic, timber roof battens. The hotel  also features a large café and bar on the ground floor and offers exclusive tours of the hidden side of Rome led by an in-house lifestyle manager.  A true gem!

For bookings:  G-Rough hotel 

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G-Rough Rome - Nook Twelve

G-Rough Rome - Nook Twelve

G-Rough Rome - Nook Twelve

G-Rough Rome - Nook Twelve

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