Regina Baglioni

Via Vittorio Veneto 72
00187 Rome

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The Regina Hotel Baglioni is located in the famous Via Veneto, where tourists feel at home in the well-known cafe and restaurant area, near the beautiful park of Villa Borghese. It is housed in a perfectly art nouveau style building. Its prestigious refined furnishings and impeccable service make the Regina Hotel Baglioni one of the most renowned Hotels in the Capital. The hall of the hotel, in liberty style, recalls the time when Queen Margherita lived here while her palace - today the American Embassy - just in front of the hotel was being renovated. All the rooms have been recently redecorated with rich woods, and refurbished in classical style that gives you the sensation of typical warm Italian hospitality. From the suites of the seventh floor you can enjoy a fantastic view of Rome. This is really a five-star hotel masquerading as a four-star property. Guests feel like old friends and that's just the way they are treated. The hotel boasts 151 spacious elegant rooms adapted for physically disabled people and equipped with air conditioning, heating, bathroom, hair dryer, direct dial telephone, mini bar, bath robes, satellite TV, in-room movies/on-demand video, and a safe deposit box. Guests are provided with room service from 07:00 to 01:00; small sized lobby, 3 lifts, group dining room, baby-sitting, laundry facilities, coach drop off, conference facilities, car rental and car park The 'Le Grazie' restaurant consists of three rooms: the Sala Centrale, the Veranda Liguria and the Veranda Regina. Each cozy room has been completely renovated and furnished with particular attention to details in accordance with the art nouveau style of the building. The kitchen offers Mediterranean and international dishes, which are both tasty and light. The hotel accepts all major credit cards.

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The Regina Hotel Baglioni is situated in the Via Veneto in an elegant building dating back to the beginning of the last century. It is a stone's throw from the Piazza Barberini, the Piazza di Spagna and the Piazza Navona.

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