Baglioni Hotel Regina

Rome, Italy

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    La Dolce Vita on Via Veneto

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    La Dolce Vita on Via Veneto

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    La Dolce Vita on Via Veneto

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    La Dolce Vita on Via Veneto

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Why we choose Baglioni Hotel Regina

A 100-year tradition of classic Roman elegance in an illustrious building

  • The location is unbeatable and the interior décor is divine
  • Brunello Lounge is the go-to spot in Rome for innovative Mediterranean cuisine
  • The Art Deco suites have elegant marble floors and original furniture

In literary terms, the Baglioni Hotel Regina wants you to be a protagonist in your own Roman story. In more practical terms this means that stuffy formality is swept aside and a warm, personal approach takes its place.

The turn-of-the-century building houses a fine selection of rooms and suites. Some with original Art Deco fittings, such as patterned marble flooring and original furniture. Others have been renovated in traditional Italian style.

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We suggest

Grab a corner suite overlooking the Via Veneto. We especially love the Regina Suite.

What you need to know about the hotel

A favorite destination of jet-setters, the luxe Baglioni Hotel Regina offers a wide selection of original Art Deco era rooms

  • The apartment-like Ludovisi Suite dazzles with Louis XVI furniture, pure silk tapestries and a Mediterranean garden-themed terrace
  • The spa’s “Dolce Vita Ritual,” designed as a total body reboot for the couple, includes two treatments “silky skin”, two facial rejuvenation treatments and two relaxing massages grape seeds oil all served with dedicated teas
  • The Brunello Lounge & Restaurant not only serves gourmet dinners, but also specializes in imaginative cocktails

The Baglioni Hotel Regina opened its doors in 1904, launching its operations as the residence of Queen Margaret of Savoy. In addition to its royal pedigree, the hotel’s distinctly Italian feel, period façade and Art Deco and classic décor are among the many reasons to plan a stay. It consists of 107 rooms and ten suites, with the suites offering a significant upgrade. Some of them have private terraces with a Jacuzzi facing vibrant Via Veneto, and they’re all dripping with Italian elegance in the form of antiques, silks and damask fabrics.

Where is it and what's nearby

Situated on Rome’s central Via Veneto, the hotel’s strategic location lays the Eternal City at your feet

  • Archaeology buffs will adore Palatine Hill, once the residence of emperors and aristocrats, where many ancient palaces are still intact
  • The 4th century Cathedral of St. John Lateran, considered the first Christian church, includes a Capuchin Crypt decorated with human bones
  • The Vatican Museums, housing some of the world’s most illustrious art collections, include the Sistine Chapel (frescoed by Michelangelo) and the Raphael Rooms

The Baglioni Hotel Regina has a truly phenomenal location just a stone’s throw from the Villa Borghese, Piazza di Spagna and Via Condotti—Rome’s famous fashion street. It’s also within walking distance of the Spanish Steps and Trevi Fountain. But whichever direction you head, you’ll soon notice that Rome is essentially one huge open-air museum stuffed to the rafters with notable churches, cathedrals, buildings, squares and ancient architecture. An air of artistry is simply everywhere. A few highlights: the Forum, Colosseum, Pantheon and the Capitol. A bit further outside the main areas is Castelli Romani, a district famous for its old mansions, cafes and restaurants.

How to enjoy Rome

Drenched in history and studded with jewels from the world of art and architecture, Rome is a city to lift the spirits

  • No lines or entry fees make the Pantheon, one of Rome’s best-known architectural gems, a good place to begin your sightseeing
  • Via Condotti is the destination for high-end shopping, packing all the best brands into this narrow but charming little street
  • Rather than wait in endless lines to tour the perennially-popular Sistine Chapel, ask your concierge to pre-arrange an appointment

When it comes to Rome, most visitors go one of two ways: make a list as long as your arm of “must see” attractions and dash from one to the next; or blend into the city to get a feel for what life is like for modern Romans. The third way is to harness modern skills to accomplish both at once.

You can see many of Rome's architectural and historical masterpieces on a tailored tour organized through your concierge. Zip around on a Segway or take a private limo to pre-booked sessions at the big sights. Then dress in your finest Italian chic and take in the elegant boulevards or enjoy the greenery of Villa Borghese. Pause to reflect on the Spanish Steps (people have been doing it in style since the heady days of La Dolce Vita), shop the boutiques of historic Via Veneto—and while you're there, eat at some of Italy's very best restaurants. Wander the narrow streets away from the crowds to come across hidden gems (there's a fountain around every corner) before you head back to your hotel for dinner feeling, perhaps, less like a tourist and more like a local.

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    When to visit Rome

    Winter can get seriously cold, and summer is hot and crowded. Make the most of the weather and relatively small crowds by planning a trip to Rome in the spring or fall.

  • We say

    La Dolce Vita on Via Veneto.

  • A word from the hotel

    I suggest our guests try typical Roman pasta, especially forms like rigatoni, bucatini, and penne with the most traditional sauces: carbonara (fresh eggs, bacon, pecorino cheese), amatriciana (bacon, tomato, basil, garlic, and pecorino), arrabbiata (a spicy version of amatriciana), gricia (a sort of amatriciana but without tomatoes), and the simple but very tasty cacio e pepe (cacio cheese and pepper).
    Luciano Sarzi Sartori, Executive Chef


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When you book with us

Because of our special relationship with Baglioni Hotel Regina, we include these exclusive benefits when you book through Protravel:

  • Full buffet American breakfast daily for up to two in-room desks
  • Upgrade on arrival, subject to availability
  • USD $100 equivalent food & beverage credit to be utilized during stay

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