October 26, 2017 for 3 nights for 2 adults.
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The St. Regis Rome in Rome, Italy
The St. Regis Rome offers worldly travelers iconic elegance, legendary service and lavish accommodations in the heart of one of the world's most beautiful and ancient cities, Rome, Italy. An austere facade gives way to an interior filled with opulent luxury, and after a 35 million dollar renovation this mainstay of Roman culture offers even more stylish grandeur. Stroll to world famous sites and monuments, enjoy boutique shopping, and immerse yourself in the effortless chic of Rome, all while being treated to the finest of everything at the St. Regis Grand Hotel.
Stroll to the Spanish Steps, Trevi Fountain and Via Veneto. Explore the Colosseum, Roman Forum, Piazza Navona and upscale stores of Via Condotti just around the corner. All of the suites, and two floors of guest rooms, are attended by 24-hour inconspicuous butler service. Delectable Italian cuisine is served at Vivendo Restaurant, twice nominated as the best in Europe by Zagat, in a contemporary setting. A more intimate option awaits in the di...Vino Private Wine Cellar, while those wishing to see and be seen will find Roman society at Le Grand Bar. Retire each evening to sumptuously oversized rooms, richly swathed in damask, silks and plush carpets, and reminisce about another perfect day on your deluxe Roman Holiday.
Location of The St. Regis Rome
Nearest Airport: FCO
Amenities for The St. Regis Rome
- General Information
- 161 Guest Rooms
- On-Site Amenities
- 24-Hour Butler Service
- Business Center
- Culture & Arts
Reviews for The St. Regis Rome
Perfect location, marvelous rooms, truly beautiful hotel!!! Absolutely worth money which you will spend. Breakfast amazing! Team always smiling, joking, talking with you, without annoying, just small talks while you are having breakfast. If I remember right, Pietro, Gianluca, the guy who were making omelets for us are superb!!! They were even trying to talk with my mom, who don't know single English word, but they were still making some small communication with her. So we were always happy during our meal :) Bell desk and concierge always friendly and helpful. Tatiana ( i hope i remember right, Russian lady )at the reception desk were wonderful. As i am working in the Starwood hotels as well ( sorry, Marriott already :) ) I know how the staff has to be. St Regis Rome staff are absolutely great! I will definitely return here again and again! Thank you! Ksenia August 2016
Ksenia S - Dubai, United Arab Emirates
My husband and I stayed 4 nights in a Junior Suite at the St Regis Rome to begin our European holiday. We continued with 3 nights at the Hotel Imperial Vienna, 3-4 nights at the Prince de Galles Paris, and 1 night for me at the London Edition. We really enjoyed the St Regis Rome. The hotel is undergoing the final stages of a massive renovation, and almost half of the rooms and all of the suites and speciality suites were off-line during our stay. Most of the public spaces, however, have finished their renovation--and truly are spectacular. The hotel's now renovated public spaces truly are strikingly beautiful. Walking into the newly renovated lobby is truly spectacular. Walking into the lobby, however, is where you really discover how spectacular the renovation has been. The public spaces truly have been done to spectacular effect, perfectly combining the native Roman and historical elements but in a very modern, fresh and inviting way. We absolutely loved the effect and impact. Having subsequently visited the Hassler, Eden, Russie, and Manfredi hotels on our travels around the city, we can say without reservation that the St Regis lobby and public spaces have no equal in Rome. Check In Check in was easy and quick despite our late 11 pm arrival. The front desk staff and bellman clearly were expecting us, and promptly completed the check in formalities and got us right up to our junior suite. Room The junior suite was not a renovated version. Still, we appreciated its spaciousness and traditional style--though we very much look forward to a future stay, having seen the newly renovated public spaces and absolutely loving the new, fresher style! The biggest weakness for the junior suite was the bath--it was a bit narrow and less spacious than the rest of the suite. Still, it worked quite well for us most of the time. On the other hand, the air conditioning worked wonders. It easily hit 18 C, though I compromised with my husband for 19 C. The bedroom area was separated only be a reasonably spaced open doorway, offering reasonable separation between the living room and bedroom areas. The bedroom are was lovely, with a bit more space than the online photos suggest. We particularly appreciated the fresco above the bed--it really made us feel like we were in Rome. There was ample closet space for both us, surprisingly. The shower was a bit small but perfectly functional. Water pressure was adequate, but we can hope for increased pressure with the renovation! Our view was into the central courtyard--nothing special, but it did preclude there being any noise at all while we slept! The junior suite worked very well with us, actually. Despite the weakness of the less spacious bath, we really found the junior suite to be quite comfortable for us. While the decor was dated and more traditional than our taste, we expect from the public space renovations that the renovated rooms should be pretty wonderfully designed. We can't wait to get back to see them! Service Service was very good, albeit not perfect. Overall, we were very pleased. Everyone from the bellmen, valets, reception, concierge, housekeeping, food and beverage were incredibly friendly and welcoming. Others' reports suggesting pretentiousness or formality were not at all what we experienced--and I arrived in shorts! The highest point for me: after realizing I'd packed ill-fitting shorts, the butler and amazing housekeeping team moved the button so they perfectly fit me. No charge. Just handled. Sublime. Other high points: butler service was impeccable, bar service was always excellent, restaurant service was usually excellent, and housekeeping was perfect and invisible. I know many are confused by the butler service at St. Regis, but I always adore it. The butler service here was exemplary. I already mentioned how the chief butler helped organize with housekeeping to fix my ill-fitting shorts. The butlers also unpacked for us on arrival and packed for me the night before departure, something I absolutely hate doing myself. They very promptly brought us morning coffee and snacks every morning. They checked in and followed up with us whenever we had any questions. They gave us a few local recommendations that turned out to be lovely. Truly wonderful. Concierge is where we had both low and high points. The concierge team has been in constant and responsive communication with me for months in advance to plan our stay. Our request--months in advance--for a dinner reservation at Le Pergola was not made; however, the jacket requirement there likely would have precluded us from going. Still, this was for me a big fail. However, the concierge team did come through for us with advance reservations at 2* Il Pagliaccio, 1* Imago (at the Hassler), 1* La Terraza (at the Hotel Eden), and 1* Aroma (at the Palazzo Manfredi). We ultimately canceled Imago due to its jacket requirement. The concierge team was excellent in communication in advance, and worked wonders when I changed course. They helped arrange our private walking tour of the city, our private early VIP tour of the Vatican, and a private visit out of town to Hadrian's Villa and Tivoli gardens (which we canceled without issue a mere week before our stay). The concierge team did fail to advise me of the long shirt requirement at La Terraza. Considering how I'd mentioned to them of my aversion to jackets and my terror of feeling too warm, I'd have expected them to warn me of the long shirt requirement; they didn't. I arrived at La Terrazza and was asked to wear a jacket to hde the short sleeves, so I instead quickly returned to the StR for a change of shirt. I was a bit miffed at the StR concierge, but the La Terraza dinner was so amazing that the change was well worth the effort. Still, a fail and learning moment for the concierge team. We also had a dumb low point on our arrival when we asked for something from the room service menu to be delivered to our table in the bar area. The servers insisted that was not possible. We were miffed, but we demurred; the staff did have our tiramisu orders ready and waiting for us in our suite, beautifully presented, on our return, however. Later discussion with the Guest Relations Manager made it clear that was a mistake and a training issue. So we did have a few service misses. But overall our service was usually excellent. Considering the team was operating the hotel in the midst of a major renovation, I'd say that's pretty impressive, actually. The Eden and Hassler and many other comparable luxury properties close entirely during renovations, after all. I'm glad I had the opportunity to stay at the St Regis even during the renovation, and I'm excited to see how improved everything will be once the renovation is completed. I'm a tough customer and expect great service when we stay at a luxury hotel. The St Regis wasn't perfect, but we still feel they delivered great service overall. The true testament to that fact is that we absolutely would return for any future stays in Rome--and can't wait to do so. Dining Food and beverage were outstanding. Our first evening, we had drinks at the bar but wanted to sit in the beautiful room adjacent; the barman simply moved the breakfast pre-set and invited us to sit there. Even though our tiramisus weren't able to be delivered to us bar-side, they were delivered to us in our suite--and they were delicious! Our breakfasts were wonderful. The breakfast buffet was wonderful, located in the room directly behind the bar--allowing the beautiful lobby area to serve as the breakfast (and lunch) restaurant space. I imagine there will another restaurant space opened when the renovations are completed. As a Starwood Platinum guest, I didn't have to pay for breakfast. Truly a remarkable benefit. I don't know what the price was for other guests, but I can say that the breakfast offerings here were about as outstanding as they have been for us anywhere. We also had drinks at the bar every night we were here. We absolutely love the bar and lobby space and had fantastic service. The drinks were always great, as well Location We found the St Regis location to be surprisingly excellent, considering others' reports that it somehow wasn't well located. It was located very close to all the sights without being in the midst of the tourist hordes. We walked right by the overrated Trevi fountain to the even more overrated Spanish Steps and Hassler Hotel...in 10-15 minutes. It was an easy 10 min walk and mere 4-5 min taxi ride to the Hotel Eden (where we had dinner at La Terrazza). We took at 15-20 min taxi ride to Il Pagliaccio for dinner. We took a 10-15 min taxi ride to both the Coliseum and the nearby Palazzo Manfredi (where we had dinner at Ristorante Aroma). We took a 20 min taxi ride to the Vatican City. While we didn't use the train, the hotel is an easy 10 min walk or 5 min taxi ride from the Central train station. Excellent central location. Concierge While we discussed the concierge above in service, it is worthwhile to discuss the concierge team on its own. Overall, the concierge team handled things very well. They were extremely responsive with communication before and during our stay. They adapted to our changes in itinerary without issue. They were very helpful in helping us choose activities and excursions. They easily got us dinner reservations at some of the toughest gets in the city at Il Pagliaccio, Imago, La Terraza, and Aroma. They did fail in getting us the La Pergola reservation--but that can be a tough get, we know. They did fail to advise me about the long sleeve requirement at Le Terraza, but then I'm sure few people would think to wear short sleeves in the first place. They did miss giving us an outline of our planned itinerary and reservations on our arrival evening, but they did give us that (and subsequent reminders) for every other day. Overall, the concierge team did an outstanding job for a difficult and demanding customer. They weren't perfect, but I have confidence that they will be even better for our next visit. For those interested in the excursions, here are our thoughts and a few photo highlights: (1) The private city tour was expensive but totally worth it for us. (Cost 230 euros for first 3 hours, 70 euro per hour additional.) If nothing else, we avoided standing in lines. We covered the highlights: the Coliseum, the Forum, the Pantheon, and walking around the city a bit. (2) The Vatican Early Morning Tour cost 570 euros and seemed a rip...until we saw the line to get in when we finished. In the end, we are glad we avoided the even larger crowds and had some peaceful moments to enjoy the the Vatican, the Vatican Museums, St. Peter's, the Sistine Chapel, etc. But if we see another fresco ever again, it still will be too damn soon. (3) The view restaurants are very good...and worth the meal and views. While we didn't enjoy Imago due to their jacket requirement, we loved the views from La Terrazza and even more from Aroma. Overall We really enjoyed our stay at the St Regis Rome. Despite the fact that renovation was still ongoing for the rooms/suites and some behind the scenes public spaces we couldn't see, we rarely felt that there was any renovation going on at all. Only once did we hear any banging at all, and that was later in the morning. Call me impressed! We absolutely loved the new design and decor of the newly renovated public spaces, and yet still really enjoyed our comfortable junior suite. We cannot wait to come back when the rooms and suites are completed. We had very good service, and we very much enjoyed our time in Rome. We had the chances to see the Hassle, Eden, Manfredi, and Russie in the course of our sojourns, and we still loved the St. Regis. Not to take anything away from the other properties--they all were lovely and also showed excellent service (and in the case of the Eden, tremendous dining at La Terrazza). But we'd return to the St. Regis Rome in a heartbeat. Many thanks to the entire team there. We definitely look forward to our return!
Bill R - Newport Beach, California
I was very surprised how great this hotel was while we stayed her. The service is excellent, the staff was very friendly and the room was beautiful. If you are into steak, please try the mignon. You can cut it with a butter knife. Their breakfast was amazing too. I love a lot of choices and they did that. Would recommend to anyone and would come back. The only reason I gave them 4 stars was they renovating and I could hear the knocking one morning we were there.
I highly recommend this hotel. Clean and safe as well as gorgeous. The staff has been fantastic on every level. It is easy to get around the city from here. The rooms are quiet and quite large. The morning brunch well worth getting up early for.
One of the most beautiful hotel I ever seen. The hole hotel is wonderful, charming and in one of the best locations in Rome. I spent my wife's birthday there, and was a great experience. Love the room, the breakfast and lunch. Everyone was very helpfull