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