St. Regis Rome

Rome, Italy

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Why we choose St. Regis Rome

St. Regis Rome is the choice for travelers who want Roman elegance on a silver platter

  • Sala Ritz features original frescoes and Murano glass chandeliers
  • Exclusive butler service at any hour for any need
  • Le Grand Bar was named best bar in Rome by Newsweek

The St. Regis is Rome’s answer to the time machine, where the past and future seamlessly come together to create something magical. Originally opened by César Ritz in 1894, it maintains strong ties to its history with elements like the exposed original walls of the Roman Diocletian baths in Di…Vino. But the hotel is also firmly planted in the present. While they employ traditional butlers, those butlers are equipped with smart phones to guarantee quick access 24 hours a day.

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We suggest

The Junior Suites aren't at all junior: 600 square feet, a separate living room, and a fresco above the bed.

What you need to know about the hotel

A formal but welcoming atmosphere that seduces with opulence and history

  • The guestrooms’ unique murals reproduce centuries-old views of the city just like opening a window onto the past
  • Private wine cellar Di…Vino houses a collection of 600 cuvées and serves as a unique setting for wine tastings
  • Kami Spa, urban Europe’s first Asian spa, provides traditional Thai treatments that can also be brought to your room

The St. Regis debuted as “The Grand” in the late 19th century and lived up to its name immediately with a ceremonial banquet by Auguste Escoffier, the era’s most celebrated chef. Since then, it’s attracted a steady stream of royalty, dignitaries and celebrities who are drawn to its sophisticated combination of Empire, Regency and Louis XV styles—plus service that’s second to none. The 161 rooms and suites are all unique, though equally lavish in décor, and views include traditional Roman roofs and historical piazzas.

Eating and drinking inside the hotel is a sure bet. The St. Regis’ restaurant, Vivendo, has been nominated twice by Zagat as the best in Europe; plus, it has a see-and-be-seen bar and a wine cellar that’s a destination unto itself.

Where is it and what's nearby

Rome’s very first ultra-luxe hotel is within walking distance of top destinations yet feels like a secluded haven

  • Next door is the Church of Santa Maria della Vittoria, well known to fans of the book and movie, Angels and Demons
  • The phenomenally-preserved Pantheon is a dramatic, dimly-lit ancient monument that also holds Raphael’s tomb from the 1500s
  • Your credit cards will get a workout at Via Borgognona and adjacent Via Condotti, where top boutiques are shoulder to shoulder

The St. Regis has a fabulous location in the heart of the Eternal City. It’s just a quick stroll to the Spanish Steps, Trevi Fountain, Via Veneto, the Borghese Gardens’ art exhibitions and walking paths and much more. Rome is, of course, an ancient city whose modern incarnation is filled to the brim with museums, sights and monuments paying tribute to its former glory. But it’s also a modern metropolis with some of the best shopping and dining in the world. Here, you can go back in time 1,000 years and come face to face with the latest fashions within a single hour. 

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

    Larger than many other five-star properties in Rome.

  • A word from the hotel

    Reserve the wine cellar for a romantic dinner for two. The delicious menu, created by Francesco Donatelli, will complement the unique atmosphere for an evening to remember.
    Michele di Vico, Maître d’Hôtel

  • Awards and accolades

    St. Regis Rome was honored with a coveted place on the Condé Nast Traveler Gold List in 2014. It was voted Word's Best Business Hotel by Travel+Leisure in 2013 and 2014, and has won a TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence four years running.

    2016 Top Hotel in Rome, Readers' Choice Award - CDNT

    2015 and 2016 Certificate of Excellence and Hall of Fame, TripAdvisor


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When you book with us

Because of our special relationship with St. Regis Rome, we include these exclusive benefits when you book through Protravel:

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

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