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.
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.
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.
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