Hotel Preview: St. Regis Rome

Rome is a city which is magical to some degrees. If you want to enjoy the city to the fullest, you need the right hotel. The newly renovated St. Regis Rome may be a perfect fit as it is not only centrally located, but also offers rooms with an amazing design in a building with a huge history.

Via Vittorio Rome: More city center is not possible. That’s the location of the St. Regis Rome, reachable in a few minutes from Roma Termini (Central Station). All major sights are reachable on foot. Longer distances may either be made by taxi or by metro.

The beautiful of St. Regis Rome(Image Source: St. Regis Rome / stregisrome.com)

The beautiful entrance of the St. Regis Rome(Image Source: St. Regis Rome / stregisrome.com)

Taxis are available right next to the hotel, the metro is just some meters away.

But the location is not everything at the St. Regis Rome. The hotel got renovated for 35 million euro lately. Guests can definitely see the difference.

138 rooms and 38 suites in the perfect location

Guests who choose the St. Regis Rome as their hotel for a trip to Rome can expect a lot of their room. Even the smallest room category, called Superior Room, is sized 35 square meters – more than in most other luxury hotels in Rome.

Room design at St. Regis Rome (Image Source: St. Regis Rome / stregisrome.com)

Room design at the St. Regis Rome (Image Source: St. Regis Rome / stregisrome.com)

The design is modern on the one hand, but still more classic than in many other hotels. Nevertheless, the design fits perfectly into the history of the St. Regis Rome. Anyway, guests shouldn’t expect old décor as the renovation made all rooms at the St. Regis a very special experience.

A more classic "Imperial Room" (Image Source: St. Regis Rome / stregisrome.com)

A more classic “Imperial Room” (Image Source: St. Regis Rome / stregisrome.com)

That may especially be the case when booking a Royal Suite (300 square meters), the Bottega Veneta Suite (160 square meters) or the Designer Suite (130 square meters).

Enjoying a drink or even a private dinner

Whoever wants to get a feeling of the St. Regis Rome may also visit the bar of the luxury hotel. It is open every day from 7 to 11 pm and offers some of the best drinks in the city.

The bar serves amazing drinks all day long (Image Source: St. Regis Rome / stregisrome.com)

The bar serves amazing drinks all day long (Image Source: St. Regis Rome / stregisrome.com)

The atmosphere is cozy and informal. Also, restaurant Vivendo invites guests with a design of the 1930s and 1940s, but offers a chilled atmosphere in which attentive staff serves high-quality food. Guests searching for an even more tranquil spot to enjoy a private dinner may ask for a spot in the wine cellar of the Vivendo.

Restaurant at St. Regis Rome (Image Source: St. Regis Rome / stregisrome.com)

Restaurant at St. Regis Rome (Image Source: St. Regis Rome / stregisrome.com)

The location is just opened for special occasions, so a pre-booking is needed if you want to enjoy some quality time in a very private atmosphere.

Amazing services at the St. Regis Rome

Even though the St. Regis Rome does not have a pool, there is a lot to do in the hotel. If you do not want to explore the city or got some free minutes between business appointments, you may enjoy spending some time in the state of the art fitness center. Also, there is a business center and free wifi in the lobby area, so work can be done in the St. Regis Rome as well.

State-of-the-Art Fitness Center at St. Regis Rome (Image Source: St. Regis Rome / stregisrome.com)

State-of-the-Art Fitness Center at the St. Regis Rome (Image Source: St. Regis Rome / stregisrome.com)

The luxury hotel does moreover offer a private butler service and concierge services that make every wish come true. For lovers of old design with a modern touch and perfect service, the St. Regis Rome may be the ideal spot for the next trip to Rome – be it for business or for leisure. The prices start at 250 euro a night for the lowest room category.

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7 Comments on “Hotel Preview: St. Regis Rome

    • That’s right. The both styles (modern and still old fashinoned in some degrees) is pretty interesting at the St. Regis Rome!

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