Telegraph - Describing its ethos as ‘rough-luxe’, the 10-room boutique hotel places original, vintage pieces by leading Italian designers in a stripped-back historic building, leavening the mix with rich fabrics, playful contemporary art interventions and a ground-floor bar and breakfast room that feels like a shabby-chic bistro. read more
NY Times - Many of the 10 suites, spread over five floors, have original wood-beam ceilings and mosaic-tile floors… Like a Fellini film, the G-Rough deftly balances the refined and the rugged, creating a sophisticated hotel with both a sense of place and a sense of style. read more
Wallpaper* - Located near Piazza Navona, the five storey 16th century building takes design cues from a host of Italian designers to form its own interpretation of the Made in Italy stamp; expect to find original furniture from the thirties, forties and fifties by the likes of Gio Ponti, Silvio Cavatorta, Guglielmo Ulrich, Osvaldo Borsani and Archimede Seguso throughout. read more
Condé Nast - It's all super-cool, but also surprisingly welcoming (this is Rome, after all, not Milan)… [and] A deal with Roman art historian and opener-of-closed-doors Filippo Cosmelli means the Unconventional Luxury Experiences G-Rough offers its guests are more exclusive than most Roman hotel tours and packages. read more




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