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Since 1894, the St. Regis Rome hotel has been known as a building of art with historical features that attract tourists every year. It exudes sophistication and luxury, with blended attributes that display majestic antiques and fine arts. Moreover, the well-thought-out interior design will blow you away when you enter the property and stand at the front desk.
Home to the famous Lumen Garden, St. Regis Rome is located in the eternal city, not far from the Termini train station, Piazza della Repubblica and next to the Basilica Santa Maria. The unique beauty of this grand hotel is complemented by surrounding art venues like the Museo Nazionale Romano and Palazzo Massimo alle.
Besides, the Trevi fountain is within walking distance. The Via Dei Condotti and the Spanish steps are also close by. Moreover, to get to the Colosseum, it is only 10 minutes away by subway.
A hand-blown glass Murano chandelier hangs from the exquisite ceiling of the lobby. In fact, the whole lobby has these Murano glass chandeliers. With its modern contemporary artwork, the hotel is also famous for its 19th-century elevator. The elevator is the first operating lift in the city. A blend of historic vintage and modern-day sophistication like these is what tourists like about this resort.
Additionally, the signature staircase of the St. Regis Rome hotel is another phenomenon. This staircase is an awesome wonder that keeps eyes glued to its magnificence. With ornamental design wrapped around it, its unique structure complements all the other elegant interior designs.
The hotel has 138 guest rooms and 23 suites. With each space having high ceilings and Venetian chandeliers, the display of its sophistication does not end in the lobby. Moreover, the rooms are well-equipped with sound-absorbing windows and carpets.
Furthermore, the powder blue-colored rooms designed by well-acclaimed designer Pierre Yves Rochon are spacious. They also have soaking bathtubs and showers with travertine, sandy marble, or terrazzo floors. Besides, with the gorgeous style of Rubelli fabrics, the bed linens match perfectly with the rest of the decor.
Additionally, some of the suites have free butler service upon request. Great customer service is also right at your fingertips when you need it, as the hotel's top priority is guests' satisfaction.
There is one dining area at the hotel, which is the LUMEN Cocktails & Cuisine. The setup is elegantly casual, with classy armchairs and urban cafe tables.
Food on the menus swings between international Italian dishes and classic Italian cuisines. Some of these dishes include saltimbocca and cacio e Pepe. Additionally, you can order cocktails, and a kid's menu is available for those who come to the hotel with their children.
Moreover, every evening, the LUMEN Cocktails & Cuisine holds a Sabrage Ritual. This is where bottles of champagne are opened with sabers. Additionally, they feature video projections displaying different aspects of Italian culture and history.
In the morning, guests also get to go down to the lobby for an elegantly laid-out continental breakfast. But, of course, the staff is also there to attend to the guests if they need help with coffee, drinks, or anything else.
The Kami Wellness Center supplies guests with various special massages incorporating Asian-based Thai, Iommi, and Shiatsu techniques. Located on the hotel's fifth floor, the spa gives guests a relaxing and invigorating experience.
A fitness center is also available to use as you wish to further add to the wellness regime. This gym has Technogym equipment, weights, and treadmills for a full-body workout. Besides, training instructors are also available. These trained professionals can help you reach your fitness goals in case you need the extra push.
The Ritz ballroom sits perfectly just across the lobby. It is considered a historic room because it is the oldest ballroom in Rome. It is also the romantic and alluring ballroom for your weddings in all of the country. For this reason, it is under protection by the Ministry of Culture.
Additionally, there are flat-screen TVs in every room. Included are also free Wi-Fi, slippers, robes, Ipad docking, and clocks. Furthermore, there are in-room spa services and 24-hour room service.
To add to those, there is a formal afternoon tea session held every day and a wine cellar that has champagne and wine tastings available to guests.
The hotel's surrounding activities are exciting and fun to indulge in. Local attractions include visiting the Bioparco Rome conservation Zoo, approximately a mile away from the property. Additionally, Casina di Raffaello is a great exhibition that kids love to go to. They have interactive reading groups and educational workshops for the kids.
Then there is the "Exploring Rome under a New Light"- showcasing the historical evolution of Rome. Again, four great venues are linked together by light. Also, visiting the Colosseum at night sounds pretty exciting.
The Colosseum night tour will take you to the magnificent amphitheater via your very own private tour - in, out, and under the Colosseum. They focus on giving guests great shows by switching lights while they walk past the Roman Forum, through public spaces, which is a little eerie and scary at night.
The St. Regis Rome hotel is the finest must-see destination if you ever venture into the eternal city. With nearby sightseeing adventures and classy restaurants close by the hotel, this is a great place to spend a well-needed vacation. It is perfect for individuals and families looking to get away and explore new sights.
Introduced to Rome society in 1894, the architecturally iconic St. Regis Rome is located in one of the city’s most impressive palazzos.
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