The St. Regis Rome
What We Love
- Butler service, available at any hour of the day via email
- Contemporary a la carte dining at Chef Francesco Donatelli's Vivendo restaurant
- Signature suite designed by Bottega Veneta's creative director, Tomas Maier
What To Know
- Excellent access to all modes of transport, including Rome's central train station that links guests to destinations all over Italy
- 12-hour services at the St. Regis' KamiSpa
- Babysitting services and a variety of baby supplies, including diapers and cribs, available upon request
- Free WiFi
- Handicap Accessible
- Parking On Site
- Room Service
The St. Regis’ Roman outpost is chic, romantic and timeless. Think regal timber and marble paneling, soft Italian leathers of every shade and grand antique mirrors and chandeliers alongside modern linens and furnishings. The brilliant original frescoes, contemporary artworks by Ubaldo Bartolini and Paolo Fiorentino and fabulous views of the ancient city make this one of Rome’s most over-the-top stays.
Bed and Bath
From its standard guestrooms to its superior Couture and Bottega Veneta suites, St. Regis’ accommodations are spot on. Rooms play on the opulence of Roman royalty, with wide windows and picture-perfect views of Roman ruins. Damask fabric and Murano glass chandeliers decorate the bedrooms, while marble confections gild nearly every surface of the spacious bathrooms, which are stocked with spa-like Remède products.
Apart from the hotel’s unbeatable location on the Via Vittorio, the true star of the St. Regis is Vivendo, a retro glam restaurant with a sophisticated, seasonal menu to match. In the dining room and beyond, St Regis’ platinum customer service is always on display: Guests staying in suites have 24/7 butler assistance that includes packing/unpacking and garment pressing. Also onsite? The Asian-inspired kamiSpa, a state of the art fitness center and a buzzy bar.
In the Area
The shops on Via Condotti are just minutes from the hotel. After a retail splurge, eat your way through some of Rome’s best restaurants and markets, namely Piperno and Campo dei Fiori. Make time to take in the city’s best cultural attractions, like the Trevi Fountain, the Roman Forum, Michelangelo’s Campidoglio, the Coliseum, Piazza Navona and the Baths of Dicoletian and Caracalla; they’re all a short walk from the hotel.
How to Get There
I recently stayed at the St Regis on a visit to Rome with my Mother.
Everything was very lovely. The hotel has been recently refurbished and the rooms look great a a bit more modern, without losing their historical character.
Check in was very smooth and the staff all made us feel very welcome, from the Doormen, the Check in agent and the Butler assigned to our room.
I really liked the feel of the open plan Lobby/Bar/Restaurant area and the nice touch of the nightly Champagne Sabering Ceremony.
The breakfast was very good. Plenty of choice and pleasant surroundings..The staff made it very easy, from the Elegantly dressed young lady who was sweeping around the area welcoming people as they approached and finding them a table, I cannot recall her name, but she didnt miss anyone out and made sure everyone was attended to quickly. Then the nice waitress who was assigned to our table, was very sweet and friendly, always smiling and quickly clearing used plates away...I feel especially ashamed that I cannot recall her as she was so nice and we wanted to thank her personally!
Location is easy enough to points of interest and very close to train Station
The St. Regis Rome is conveniently located near two main train stations; the Repubblica (3-4 minute walk) and Termini (8-10 minute walk). The hotel staff we encountered were all professional and great. After checking in, a butler helped us to our room while explaining the hotel and what it had to offer.
What stood out for me was the staff that helped with breakfast. Their breakfast buffet has a nice variety of foods and their staff were always very attentive and personable - a great way to start your day.
I had very few expectations for the St Regis other than knowing that it's the luxury brand of Marriott. Mine was a standard experience that you would get with almost any good hotel worldwide.
First, the room. We are Platinum Marriott members, so we were upgraded from the basic room to a Premium room. It was a small room with a bench at the foot of the bed, a desk and chair, and the bed/bedside tables. The linens and fabrics in the room were gorgeous (I lovingly caressed the incredibly thick curtains and briefly wondered if I could find the fabric in the United States) and the bed was comfortable. If all you want to do is sleep in your room, this will suffice. If you'd like to truly relax, you'll need another seating area. The bathroom is also so small, you can't fit two people comfortably, making the morning routine a bit awkward.
The area around the hotel has nothing of interest other than some ruins and a large traffic circle. Walking around wasn't pleasant and there are very few restaurants in walking distance.
We chose to stay at the Westin Excelsior for our second night since the area is much more inviting on the via Veneto.