This grand, lavish hotel The St. Regis Grand Hotel exudes an old-world charm and has rooms with frescoes and exquisite bed sheets. The baths are large and the food at the Vivendo restaurant is can't-miss. The staff bends over backwards for the guests. There's private 24-hour butler service for guests, as well.
The St. Regis Grand Hotel, Rome was built in 1894 and in fact was the very first deluxe hotel in Rome.
After the extensive and full scale restoration in 1999 the St. Regis Grand Hotel, Rome has regained its prestige and continued its honorable heritage by appearing in the well famed Nast Traveler's 2005 Gold List.
Situated in a plain square the hotel is not far from the Spanish Steps and the Trevi Fountain. Walk a little bit further and you will reach famous Via Veneto. The place is quiet and relaxing although being a local centre of diplomacy and political meetings in Rome.
The main visitors staying at this hotel are the international dignitaries, businessmen, and even world-known celebrities.
You will find the Vivendo Restaurant of the highest class as it is truly the number one restaurant in Rome that was nominated by Zagat, as well as being the Gold Key award winner for its perfect design. Even the wine cellar Di Vino and a private butler are fully available for your dining pleasure.
At this point the St. Regis Grand Hotel, Rome is the finest hotel in Rome and one of the most fashionable in the world, and its status is unquestionable.
Number of rooms: 161.
The hotel offers a continental breakfast at the price of EUR 33 per person per night.
You can start your day with a buffet breakfast, which costs EUR 43 per person per night.
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