Regina Hotel Baglioni

Rome, Italy

From £900 Per person in low season

per person for 4 nights, based on 2 adults sharing a grand deluxe room on a bed and breakfast basis, including return airport private transfers.

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At a Glance

  • Located in the heart of Rome, this hotel is the perfect spot for culture, shopping and historical adventure

  • Unforgettable suites, with panoramic views across the city, including the Sistine Chapel, the Coliseum and beyond

  • Situated just a stones throw from the celebrated fashion district

  • Infamous restaurant and lounge which is popular with the International Jet Set

  • Modern art-deco design with classic Italian features

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Rome enjoys a typically Mediterranean climate. Summers (from June to September) are hot and dry with temperatures often soaring to 37°C. High humidity is also common, particularly in July and August. Winter tends to be moderate, at least by northern European standards, with temperatures averaging around 10°C to 15°C between December and February. Spring (March to June) and early autumn (September and October) are the best times to visit Rome, with lovely blue skies and mild temperatures. November and December are the two wettest months.

Starting in mid-June, the summer rush really picks up, and from July to mid-September the Rome teems with visitors. August is the worst month: Not only does it get uncomfortably hot, muggy, and crowded, but the entire country goes on vacation at least from August 15 to the end of the month (many Italians take off the entire month). Many hotels, restaurants, and shops are closed.

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This highly prestigious 5-star hotel is located in the heart Rome on the Via Veneto. Regina Baglioni's rooms are lavishly decorated and provide the very best in luxury and comfort, and acts as an impressive pad for exploring the delights of Rome.

The highly prestigious Regina Hotel Baglioni is a five star hotel located in the heart Rome on the Via Veneto: a classy street offering the finest in food, shopping and culture. The hotel’s 112 rooms, 14 of which are suites, are lavishly decorated and preserve the hotel’s glorious past. The Regina Baglioni is named after Queen Margherita of Savoy, who stayed in the hotel for a considerable time while her Roman residence was being completed. The hotel has a beautiful restaurant and ‘Caffé’ and acts as an impressive pad for exploring the delights of Rome.

Choose a warmly decorated room overlooking Via Veneto with WIFI internet, marble bathroom with separate bath and shower. Relax in a suite up to 60sq metres, with private Jacuzzi, original art pieces, and large terrace or balcony. Whatever you decide, the rooms are all superbly finished to exceptional standards. The new Brunello Lounge & Restaurant boasts exclusive access directly onto the Via Veneto and welcomes guests and locals in a unique style blending contemporary design and Italian traditional elegance. It is the ultimate place for fine dining and tantalising cocktails. For a light snack, a plate of delicious pasta or a relaxing drink you may also try Caffé Baglioni located in the hotel’s elegant lobby area, warmed and enriched by the atmosphere of the cosy fireplace.

Rome itself is a haven for cultural enthusiasts. Known as the Eternal City, it is the home of the Vatican and the Colosseum, and a vast collection of museums, galleries and the most awe-inspiring architecture. It is also the city for food lovers and of course, shopaholics. Rome is first class from the most famous designer labels in Italian fashion that dominate the more elegant city streets to the old craftsmen’s shops and food stalls, there is something for everyone.

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Sumptuous bedrooms and suites designed in the Art Deco with a classic Italian twist. All rooms feature marble bathrooms, fabulous views and most suites have a private balcony or terrace to enjoy an early morning coffee or an aperitif before supper.

There are 112 rooms, they have high speed wifi, Jacuzzi (in 2 suites & 2 deluxe rooms), disabled access, satellite TV with over 60 channels and a hairdryer.

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Children are welcome at Regina Hotel Baglioni and babysitting may be arranged on request.


The Brunello Lounge & restaurant is the heart and soul of this sophisticated hotel. Its warm and welcoming atmosphere has a contemporary and elegant design, and offers a fantastic array of dishes, from four different menus.

The A La Carte Dinner menu has options that include squid ink cannellone stuffed with codfish and potato with a zucchini puree and red onion chutney; Duck breast lacquered with arbutus honey in a red wine sauce with asparagus puree and glazed shallot; Pistachio crusted beef fillet with Brunello wine sauce and roasted Roman artichoke.

The Roman Tradition Menu has produce from the local region and is an all together more authentic affair with gastronomic delights including Roman style strips of beef with rocket salad, Grana Padano cheese flakes and aromatic vinegar emulsion misticanza; Lasagna with parmigiana style aubergine on cherry tomato fondue; Ricotta and IGP mortadella croquette with a Pecorino Romano fondue.


In the heart of Rome, The Regina Hotel Baglioni offers a break from the hustle and bustle in the form of its metropolitan Spa and Wellness centre. The intimate treatment rooms offer a range of massages and beauty experience to soothe away the aches and pains of everyday life.

The city of Rome is rich with historical and cultural delights. Major attractions include a trip to the Pantheon and Colosseum, followed by the unmissable Vatican.


  • Baroque Rome with an art historian

    Explore the historic Baroque centre of Rome with your private guide, an expert in art history and this fascinating period of the city. Admire some of Rome's most iconic sights, from the Spanish Steps to the Pantheon.

  • Borghese Gallery and bike ride with picnic

    Visit the famed Borghese Gallery, one of the best known museums in Italy, before exploring its beautiful gardens by e-bike, then stop to enjoy a gourmet picnic lunch.

  • Early morning visit to the Vatican

    Discover the wonders of the Vatican Museums and St Peter's Basilica in the early morning, before the doors are opened to the general public. Admire artistic masterpieces and the iconic Sistine Chapel, then explore the monumental St Peter's Basilica.

  • Italian aperitivo in Trastevere

    The aperitivo is a huge tradition in Italy and, with a professional sommelier in Trastevere, you'll discover the history behind this custom.

  • Leonardo da Vinci treasure hunt

    Leonardo da Vinci's projects have been hidden around Rome and it's your job to find all of the pieces! Work your way around the city, finding clues and solving riddles, before ending at the Da Vinci Museum.

  • Private photography experience

    Create lasting memories of your holiday with an exclusive private photography experience. With the help of a professional photographer, capture the perfect moment while you enjoy your romantic break, family holiday or honeymoon.

  • Roman mosaic workshop

    Learn the ancient art of mosaic making in a Roman family-owned workshop. You'll discover the history of the mosaics, learn the special techniques needed to make these beautiful pieces of art and try creating your very own mosaic.

  • Roman street food in Testaccio

    One of Rome's most authentic neighbourhoods, Testaccio is renowned for its culinary scene and home to some of the city's best places to eat. Discover the delicious street food in this up-and-coming area of Rome.

  • Tivoli, Hadrian's Villa & Villa d'Este

    Venture out of the city and into the Italian countryside. Located in the historic town of Tivoli, the beautiful Villa d'Este and the Roman emperor Hadrian's Villa showcase the ingenuity of Italian architecture throughout the ages.

Holiday Ideas

  • Best of Italy

    Rome, Florence, Venice & Milan

    from £6900 pp inc flights & transfers for 9 nights

    • Discover the highlights of Italy in its key cities - Rome, Florence, Venice and Milan
    • Step back in time as you explore Rome's ancient history
    • Immerse yourself in the art world in Florence, birthplace of the Italian Renaissance

Location & directions

Rome, Italy

The Regina Hotel Baglioni is situated on the central Via Veneto, a stone’s throw from the Villa Borghese, Piazza di Spagna and Via Condotti, the famous fashion street.

How to get there

2-hour 30-minute flight from London to Rome's Fiumicino Airport. Regina Baglioni is a 30-45 minute transfer from the airport.

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