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
- 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
We are very happy we chose this hotel for our winter holiday in Rome.
*Our check in was smooth & as platinum spg/marriott member we were 'double' upgraded to an extremely nicely renovated room with a "super" king size bed.
*Butler service from Giovanni was delightful & excellent.
*The breakfast buffet is top notch with plenty of fresh fruit, breads and eggs prepared to order.
*Concierge desk was very helpful and open when we needed to ask questions.
*Their classic "bird cage" elevator was beautifully maintained and still operating, our son loved racing the elevator up/down the stairs surrounding the lift shaft.
*Family friendly, they gave a nice local landmark coloring book & coloring pencils to our 2nd grader
*Bathroom is nicely appointed with plenty of amenities and enough clean fluffy towels to keep us all happy
*The daily complementary glass of champagne at 7 pm (don't be late) in lobby bar is a nice way to ease into the evening
From the moment the top hatted polite and professional doorman greets you with a wide smile and takes care of your luggage to the time the same wonderfull person waves you off you are embedded into the lap of luxury. Wonderful room, wonderful food wonderful service. Will be back soon when we need a luxurious break.
As an Elite Member, we were treated to an amazing stay at this property to celebrate our 30th Wedding Anniversary. The Room was amazing and new furnishings & amenities were indulgent. We did not want to leave! The Check-In service provided was frankly, the BEST I've ever received. In room amenities leave you with little want, and the Afternoon Tea was very enjoyable. The only issue experienced was a room service breakfast which was sub-par and not removed from the bill even after we sent it back.
Month Visited: November-December 2018
Type of visit: Family
Length of stay: 3 nights
Check-in and first impressions:
Beautiful entrance, very elegant, lobby is Christmas decorates and has beautiful lighting and modern vs classic decorations. Friendly staff and easy check in. Our room was not ready when we arrived, it was very early in the morning, but we were invited to breakfast and one hour later we were guided to our rooms.
Room type and first impressions– size, views, wardrobe, decor, welcome amenities… :
We got a beautiful connected Imperial Room + Deluxe Rooms (just slightly smaller and with shower and bathtub combined- not separated as in the Imperial Rooms). Both categories newly renovated. We really loved how spacious it was, plenty of storage space, bathrooms were a very nice nice, specially for the Imperial Suite, which we had a very big bathtub and very big shower. Decoration was very elegant and modern. Immediately the St Regis Butler came to our room and asked us if we needed any help unpacking or for restaurant reservations. We received a bottle of Ruinart champagne and daily fresh fruits as welcome. Specially loved how easy it was to turn on/off and the 3 different types of light: Bright, ambience, night… easily from all parts of the room.
Bathroom and amenities:
Bathrooms were very big, from face tonic, to cleanser… anything you need was there!!! And the quality was very good. I am personally amenity-obsessed and they were great and everyday replaced without having to ask.
They were very efficient and fast in cleaning the room. We also ordered food for dinner, everything was great, not too many things on the menu. The only but i’d say is the club sandwich was a bit cold for my taste but for the rest everything was perfect and the amount of food was generous.
Easy to connect, they give you a wifi code in reception in a card. You must keep it and log in every 24 hours.
Breakfast took place in the lobby area and bar, it was very nice, staff were very friendly. Specially loved the show cooking of eggs and the Eggs Benedict with truffle were SO GOOD.
YES. Our pet received her welcome amenities too. A bed, treats, and two bowls for food and water!
The area is Republicca, it is about a 15 minute walk from the main sites like the Trevi Fountain and about 25 minutes to Piazza Spagna. Rome is a very touristic city so it was nice to stay away from the crowds at the end of the day.
What I love the most:
The Deluxe and Impersial Rooms and suites- I would recommend both of these room categories. They both have been renovated very recently and are lovely. The staff is very efficient and the hotels’ decoration is stunning.
This is a good hotel. Very grand and old style whilst still feeling clean and modern. Staff were great. Late checkout offered on arrival. Breakfast was ok, not huge range but lots of healthy options. We would stay again.