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BAGLIONI HOTEL REGINA, a longtime favorite with the international jetset, is a triumph of Italian art deco that was built in 1892 on the famed Via Veneto—considered the very heartbeat of Rome. One of the most opulent hotels in the city, Hotel Regina exemplifies the attention to detail and service that mark the Baglioni family of hotels. Its interiors are marvels of marble, brass, bronze, and velvet, and they are accented throughout with Murano glass, contemporary and classical design elements, fine woodwork, and precious textiles. While all rooms and suites are spacious, elegant, and richly outfitted with the best amenities, the Roman Penthouse takes luxury to a new level. At nearly 6,000 square feet, this three-bedroom, four-bath, and three-level terrace with its panoramic views is considered one of the most spectacular suites in Rome. Many of the regular rooms offer breathtaking views as well, including of the Colosseum or Sistine Chapel. Onsite pampering is available at the Caschera Spa, with its state-of-the art body and facial treatments, hydrotherapy hot tub, Finnish-style sauna, steam room, and sensory shower.

Exploring offsite is just as invigorating—you are a short walk from many famous sites, including the Villa Borghese Gardens, Spanish Steps, Trevi Fountain, and the designer shopping mecca of Via dei Condotti, as well as numerous restaurants, bars, theaters, and boutiques. You can also book one of the many lifestyle experiences that are a hallmark of all Baglioni hotels. The elegant art deco theme extends to the onsite Brunello Bar and Restaurant, where award-winning Chef Sarzi Sartori has created a uniquely immersive experience of Mediterranean cuisine. Before coming to the hotel in 2009, Sartori worked his magic at venues around Italy, earning the accolades of celebrities like Jennifer Lopez and George Clooney. Guests of Brunello Bar and Restaurant delight in his fresh spin on traditional meat and fish dishes, all impeccably served and accompanied by the finest international vintages.

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