The London List Abroad: Rome’s G-Rough Hotel turns the deconstructed look into luxury accommodationThe London List

By Sam Bathe on 29 Apr 2015

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Transforming a 16th century palazzo-style building, Gabriele Salini and Emanuele Garosci describe their G-Rough Hotel as “unconventional luxury suites”. Combining traditional and modern Italian design ideals with a deconstructed aesthetic, details like worn plaster walls and vintage furniture give the hotel a unique atmosphere. Offering 10 unique suites, each decorated with original works from designers including Guglielmo Ulrich and Giò Ponti, the hotel also includes a ground-floor bar and cafe which is open to the public.

G-Rough Hotel, Piazza di Pasquino, 69, 00186 Rome, Italy
www.g-rough.com/hotel-rome

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