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The St. Regis Rome

Via Vittorio Emanuele Orlando, 3, 00185 Rome Italy
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#51 of 1,366 hotels in Rome
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Introduced to Rome society in 1894, the architecturally iconic St. Regis Rome is located in one of the city’s most impressive palazzos. The pioneer St. Regis in Europe and a social beacon for Romans and international travelers, the hotel has emerged to define a new era of luminosity. Blending a noble heritage with fearless, elegant interiors has transformed this grand dame into a supremely luxurious and artful residence. High-ceilinged and light-filled, the guestrooms and suites are styled with luxurious Rubelli fabrics, handmade glass and collectable curios – effortlessly sophisticated and distinctively urbane. A contemporary take on a historic address, St. Regis Rome has shed its former bearing and stepped out, into the limelight to truly own Rome. Radiant and luminous, it combines fearless elegance, disruptive artistry and discerning enlightenment. Starting from January 2020, The St. Regis Rome is the permanent exhibition space for the world-renowned art gallery Galleria Continua in Rome.
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Property amenities
Paid private parking nearby
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Fitness Centre with Gym / Workout Room
Bar / lounge
Bicycle rental
Airport transportation
Business Centre with Internet Access
Car park
Paid internet
Fitness / spa changing rooms
Breakfast buffet
Breakfast in the room
Complimentary instant cofffee
Conference facilities
Banquet room
Meeting rooms
Baggage storage
Non-smoking hotel
Butler service
24-hour front desk
Dry cleaning
Laundry service
Ironing service
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Room features
Air conditioning
Room service
Flatscreen TV
On-demand films
VIP room facilities
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Non-smoking rooms
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Historic Hotel
Languages Spoken
English, French, Spanish, German and 2 more
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acek wrote a review 21 Oct
Oakland, California847 contributions185 helpful votes
A mixed experience. The public spaces are impressive. Rooms have been recently redone, a mix of classic decor with modern touches. Ours was a bit generic, with interior view. Bed was harder than I like. Best feature was the shower, with great water pressure. Service was the real weak spot. Extremely inconsistent. Check-in experience was perfunctory; we felt rushed and unwelcome. Concierges were very good (great restaurant recommendations), as was the doorman. Housekeeping was poor. Came at inconvenient times (late afternoon, after we'd been out and about all day), walked in without knocking, removed items (e.g., coffee cups) but didn't replace them. Servers at breakfast tended to just disappear. Nice breakfast selection, but quality was uneven - unripe fruit, croissants were burned one morning. There are better, more interesting locations in Rome. We did love the house car. Highlight of the stay. Would not return.
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Date of stay: October 2021
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SpauldingRI wrote a review 18 Oct
Newport, Rhode Island14 contributions12 helpful votes
The St. Regis Rome was an absolute dream and made our visit to Rome in early October of this year a very special experience. The Hotel is a Palace where every amenity is of the highest standard. The Staff of this hotel are so professional and friendly with the highest standard of customer service. If perfection is what you desire when visiting Rome I highly recommend The St. Regis Rome.
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Date of stay: October 2021
Johnss wrote a review 15 Oct
Washington DC, District of Columbia26 contributions42 helpful votes
The hotel exceeded expectations in every way: SO elegant, yet SO comfortable. Staff were unbelieveably warm and professional in their smart designer uniforms. Special thank you to conceirge staff (Mario and Pasquale), the lovely staff at breakfast (Cristiano, best chef! The lovely manager and the lovely ladies (including one from Cyprus) and gentlemen in the dining room), the bar staff (George and others), butler service and housekeeping - all first rate representatives for your hotel. A "wow" experience!
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Date of stay: October 2021Trip type: Travelled as a couple
bookjjworm wrote a review 8 Oct
Westlake Village, California53 contributions5 helpful votes
We arrived on September 20, 2021. We were nervous traveling during Covid times. Each and every staff member we met at the St Regis was beyond helpful. I apologize for not making notes of names. The concierge staff helped us with an appointment and a taxi to get a PCR to fly from Rome to Hungary for our river cruise. In addition, wonderful recommendations within walking distance to the hotel, after long days. Our breakfast staff was amazing. Giana was so sweet, as well as the hostess and our breakfast chef. Thank you to you all. Your hotel is stunning. It was our anniversary. We had a lovely suite that was always beautifully cleaned each day. My compliments to that staff as well. We could walk to the Spanish Steps and the Trevi. It was perfect.
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Date of stay: September 2021
Response from Giuseppe De Martino, General Manager at The St. Regis Rome
Responded 1 week ago
Dear Bookjjworm, Giada your host, Karolina your hostess, Cristiano, the breakfast chef, the entire housekeeping and Concierge teams and all of us were so happy to read your great feedback! Grazie from the bottom of our hearts for having taken the time to share your experience. We await your return for another memorable celebration. Once again, Best Wishes! Giuseppe De Martino General Manager
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mck wrote a review 7 Oct
Winnetka, Illinois59 contributions30 helpful votes
Were you to Google search, "best hotels in the world", the first return you'll get is a 'Conde Nast Traveler' listing of the, so-called, fifty best hotels in the world. I've stayed at two of the hotels on the list and, although they were fine hotels, neither compares favorably to the Rome St. Regis. 'Travel and Leisure' magazine has a list of the top one hundred, and although two St. Regis properties are on the list, including the Florence St. Regis, where I've stayed as well, with all due respect to that great hotel, the Rome St. Regis is better. If we were friends and you were waffling about where to stay in Rome, the Rome St. Regis being one of your choices, I'd tell you to go to the St. Regis and if there was anything about your experience that wasn't perfect, I'd pick up the tab for your stay. It's really that good. Genuinely one of the very, very, best hotels in the world. For the most part, previous reviewers have said it all. Great location near all of the places you'll want to visit if you're a tourist. Spectacular lobby and public spaces. Uber-spacious and luxurious rooms. Fantastic service from everyone you'll interact with from the moment you arrive to the sad moment you check out. And within walking distance of some great restaurants, which is surely something you'll want to do because the LAST place you'll want to have dinner is at the Lumen Garden. After three weeks of traveling around southern Italy, when we checked in to the St. Regis two days before returning home, the last thing we wanted was a heavy meal. What's more, we were tired and didn't want to leave the hotel. The Lumen Garden looked like the perfect place to have a light dinner. What my wife and I experienced that evening, however, was the most expensive bad meal we could ever recall having been served. There was no dressing on the Caesar salads we ordered. When we pointed this out to our waiter, he took the plates back to the kitchen and then seemingly returned with the same undressed salads assuring us that they were perfect. For an entrée I had the sea bass which, based on the fishy smell and taste, was at least a couple of days from being 'fresh caught' or freshly thawed. My wife ordered what was represented as "spinach soufflé". What she got was a meager plate of steamed vegetables. The "spinach soufflé" element were these wholly flavorless inch and a half long, by one inch diameter, cylinders of compressed boiled spinach puree. Trying to salvage a terrible meal by having ice cream for dessert, in the land that invented gelato, what I was served were four small scoops of grainy ice cream; two scoops of uninspired chocolate chip and one scoop each of insipidly flavored pistachio and hazelnut. The bottle of wine the waiter recommended was unpleasant as well, but I'll take the blame for ordering it and not knowing any better. I don't believe I've ever suggested in a review that someone should be fired, and I won't go that far in this review either, but based on the dinner we were served, the chef or chefs responsible, along with the food and beverage manager, should be put on probation, at the very least. To be served a meal as bad as we had that night, in a hotel as fine as the Rome St. Regis, should be an embarrassment to one and all involved in serving it. That said, kudos to the pastry chef. The breakfast croissants were the best I've ever had served at a hotel restaurant, or any other restaurant. Still warm from the oven, they were fabulous. And the little spiral cinnamon puff pastries were pretty great too.
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Date of stay: September 2021
Response from Giuseppe De Martino, General Manager at The St. Regis Rome
Responded 1 week ago
Dear Mark K, we read your review with great attention and I would like to thank you for your wonderful feedback, but even more for having shared your Lumen experience in detail. I wish that that an immediate action had been taken to rectify the situation and make up for it. Although there is very little that I can do at this stage, please accept our sincere apologies together with the ones of the entire Kitchen Brigade; we are investigating the matter and there is no doubt that your report will not go unheard. Once again, thank you for your meaningful contribution, we look forward to welcoming you back to show you the result of our improvements. Sincerely yours, Giuseppe De Martino General Manager
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Frequently Asked Questions about The St. Regis Rome
Which popular attractions are close to The St. Regis Rome?
Nearby attractions include RomeOperaConcerts (0.3 km), Santa Maria della Vittoria (0.08 km), and Vatican Necropolis (0.3 km).
What are some of the property amenities at The St. Regis Rome?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, an on-site restaurant, and a lounge.
Which room amenities are available at The St. Regis Rome?
Top room amenities include a minibar, air conditioning, and a flat screen TV.
What food & drink options are available at The St. Regis Rome?
Guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant, a lounge, and free instant coffee during their stay.
Is parking available at The St. Regis Rome?
Yes, a parking garage, paid private parking nearby, and paid public parking nearby are available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to The St. Regis Rome?
Conveniently located restaurants include Quel Che C'è Laboratorio di Cucina, Ambrosia Rooftop Restaurant & Bar, and Ristorante Nerone.
Are there opportunities to exercise at The St. Regis Rome?
Yes, guests have access to a fitness centre and locker rooms available in the fitness centre during their stay.
Does The St. Regis Rome have an airport shuttle?
Yes, The St. Regis Rome offers an airport shuttle for guests. We recommend calling ahead to confirm details.
Are any cleaning services offered at The St. Regis Rome?
Yes, dry cleaning and laundry service are offered to guests.
Does The St. Regis Rome offer any business services?
Yes, it conveniently offers a business centre, meeting rooms, and a banquet room.