Rome’s Regola district is famous for its exciting nightlife, its modern galleries and exclusive concept stores. Inspired by these lively surroundings, South-African designer Tristan Du Plessis turned a neoclassical building of the late 19th Century into an attractive hotel. And with its contemporary works of art in the public areas, among others from Willy Verginer, Alice Pasquini and Cyrcle, the hotel itself becomes part of the art scene.
Regarding the design of the hotel, the Chapter Roma offers a glamorous mix of steel, brass, copper and bronze that builds an interesting contrast to the high vaulted ceilings and the inner arches, the elegant herringbone parquet, the raw bricks and the classic, Italian interior. The rooms quote these elements in a subtle manner and assure premium comfort with furniture from renowned designers as well as custom made pieces by local craftsmen.
The lobby bar is full of art and the perfect place to discuss art and culture with locals.
Tristan Plessis Studio
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