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Opened by Carlo Ritz in 1894, the St. Full review →
Valet whisks away Aston Martin. Throw Goyard and Louis Vuitton on Empire chaise longue in royal satin, plated in 18k gold.
Even smaller touches, including Murano glass lamps and original frescos, give each set of rooms their own style and feel. Full review →
It is one of the world’s finest hotels and attracts heads of state, celebrities, royalty, and industry moguls... sumptuous rooms and impeccable service.
This restored landmark is more plush and upscale than any hotel in the area -- not even the comparable Excelsior or the Eden across town can match its sheer opulence. Full review →
Between Termini station and the Via Veneto area, this dignified hotel occupies a patrician palace, with oriental rugs, chandeliers and antiques. Full review →
Over-the-top opulence, five-star service and sumptuous cuisine in the heart of the Eternal City. Full review →
Frescoes, fine fabrics and Empire-style antique pieces adorn the luxurious guestrooms and lavish lounges of this hotel, which has retained the splendid atmosphere of its early years.
The St. Regis Rome is a grand five-pearl hotel of the Belle Epoque era, with modern amenities. Full review →
This bonafide deluxe operation may lose points for its less than romantic location, but you can walk to many sights in less than 30 minutes: Trevi Fountain, the Colosseum and even the Spanish Steps. Full review →
The St. Regis... remains a bastion of old-style luxury to put the recent flood of five-star arrivistes in the shade. Full review →
A stone’s throw from both the Quirinal Hill and the Baths of Caracalla, the St. Regis Grand is a respite from the centro storico fray. Full review →
5 Star Hotel stre9isrome.com.