Fit for a queen, the Regina Hotel Baglioni was granted permission to make reference to a long term satisfied resident in it’s namesake, the Queen Margherita. Built in 1904, the hotel has a Liberty style and it is renowned as one of the most historic palaces of Rome with a refined atmosphere, rather like that of a historic home. Strategically situated on the famous Via Veneto, renowned as the meeting place of artists, writers and actors during the Dolce Vita period, Regina Hotel Baglioni is in easy walking distance of the Galleria Borghese museum, the Spanish Steps and Via Condotti with its elegant shopping area.
The Regina Hotel Baglioni offers a refined combination of luxury with an Italian touch whilst remaining up to the minute with contemporary facilites. The guest rooms and suites feature a sleek Art Deco style and each is outfitted with rich brocades, Murano glass lamps plus stunning marble bathrooms. For added refinement, many of the deluxe rooms boast balconies and an extra lounge, while all of the individually-designed Grand Deluxe rooms have views overlooking Via Veneto.
For the ultimate view, the Penthouse Panoramic Suite is unsurpassable. Located on the eighth and ultimate floor, the suite offers breath-taking views of central Rome, with a terrace featuring a wrought iron gazebo and a Jacuzzi en plein air. Inside are high ceilings, marble floors, a hand-carved marble fireplace, and a bathroom enhanced by rare Carrara marble. All this makes this suite the setting for an unforgettable Roman holiday.
The refined and sophisticated Brunello Lounge & Restaurant serves Italian cuisine worthy of the culinary capital that is Rome, with Chef Luciano Sarzi Sartori serving up excellent Italian cuisine using only the best local products.
The Tempio della Salute spa offers a wide range of beauty treatments and wellness packages, and hosts the hotel’s fitness center.