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Hotel Regina Baglioni Hotel 5 star
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The Regina Baglioni is one of the historical landmarks of the Via Veneto. Wander down as if to have a drink at Harry's bar (located on the same avenue): for a chic yet traditional atmosphere. Take in the luxury of early 20th Century palaces, the traditional service and the refinement of the decor. It is best suited to couples celebrating a special occasion (birthday or other celebration) to fully appreciate the hotel.

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      Regina Baglioni   -   © I. Lubinetsky/Easyvoyage

    • Hotel Regina Baglioni

      Regina Baglioni   -   © I. Lubinetsky/Easyvoyage

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    Location 6.67 /10

    On the Via Veneto, halfway between the Barberini (at the square of the same name) and Spagna (exits on to the Via Veneto) metro stations. The chic boutiques and antique shops of the Piazza di Spagna district are a 15-minute walk from the hotel.
    Fiumicino airport is 16 mi away; Ciampino airport is 9 mi away. Transfer time is around 45 minutes from Fiumicino and 30 minutes from Ciampino.

    Accommodation 8.60 /10

    The 8 floors of the Regina consist of 143 bedrooms and suites of various categories. All have 3 possible outlooks: onto the Via Veneto, the surrounding side streets or the building's internal courtyard. Accommodation floor areas start at 25m² for "classic" rooms. The decor of the suites is more elaborate than that of the bedrooms (notably including sculptures and antique furniture), but comfort, as well as a certain degree of luxury, is present throughout. The marble bathroom includes a bathtub, hair-dryer, bathrobes and welcome products (60ml) carrying the mark of the Baglioni chain. Other facilities include a flat-screen television, a mini-bar, air-conditioning and a telephone.

    Overview 9.10 /10

    Opened in 1904, the Regina Baglioni occupies a Liberty-style building corresponding to Italian Art Nouveau. Enthusiasts take note, from the entrance with its flower-shaped glass and metal canopy, to the marble staircase, climbing up through the floors with its floral motif forged iron handrail (there are, of course, lifts for getting to your room). Setting aside the historical elements, the decor of the public areas (lounges located in the extended reception area, bar and restaurant in the opposite areas) is traditional in terms of comfort (velvet bench seats and armchairs) and bold in terms of colour (colours range from pink to midnight blue and from dark red to black). It is more noticeable by night than by day and under careful lighting. As far as facilities are concerned, a spa is planned. Its opening is eagerly awaited, as there are currently no fitness or relaxation facilities at the hotel.

    Food and drink 8.95 /10

    In the morning, guests are invited to take a table in either of the two rooms laid up for breakfast: businessmen sit next to the buffet, where the decor is a mix of grey, black and midnight blue, whilst holidaying couples sit in the high, stucco-ceilinged lounge, with its rural fresco-decorated walls and its beige and dark red velvet armchairs. The buffet offers many dishes, from smoked salmon to scrambled eggs, via patisseries (jam tarts, nut and chocolate cake), sliced fruit, cheese and bread rolls. Coffee is served at the table. During the day, the frescoes lounge doubles up as a café (the Café Baglioni) where you can stop for a drink or a quick bite to eat. The Brunello restaurant is located opposite the reception, in an area which houses a bar to the front and another room further back. You could also take a seat on the terrace overlooking the Via Veneto. If you're looking to sample the food services, your first stop should be the Express set lunch menu (3 courses and a drink for £26) which gives you the opportunity to try seasonal dishes. Otherwise, the set evening menu costs £79 (with wine). Light and sophisticated Mediterranean cuisine: fillet of mullet in a tomato sauce, caïpirinha-style papaya parfait...

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    In the news
    After being closed for 3 months to undergo renovations, the hotel opened again on the 1st of March 2009. The restaurant and bar, the Brunello (entrance on via Veneto) were not closed during this time. Therefore, they are open for business as usual.

    The Regina Baglioni belongs to the prestigious Baglioni hotel group (like the Luna Baglioni, in Venice). Guaranteed elegance and historical style, this is a great place to base your stay on the Via Veneto in the spirit of past times. For those who wish to soak up the atmosphere without staying there, the set lunch menu at the Brunello restaurant is recommended: 3 courses and a drink (glass of wine or mineral water) for approximately £26. A very good deal given the prices charged in Roman-style palaces (a main course alone generally costing around £26).
    Accommodation tip:
    As there is no category of bedroom or suite that exclusively overlooks the Via Veneto, and given that the 1st category (known as 'classic) has a floor area of 25m², it is recommended that you book a 'classic' room. Bear in mind, though, that these are much in demand throughout the year.
    Rates and reservations at www.baglionihotels.com.


    • Shuttle bus
    • Car park
    • Handicap access
    • Restaurant
    • Internet access
    • Air conditioning
    • Spa

      massage, beauty salon, sauna, keep fit, spa, Turkish bath, wellness

    • Swimming pool
    • Sports equipment

      fitness, sports

    • Animals allowed
    • Whirlpool bath
    • Safe
    • Non-smoking rooms
    • Meeting room


    • A historical hotel in preserved surroundings.
    • Spacious and luxurious rooms throughout the range.
    • Set lunch menu costing £26 (3 courses and a drink).


    • Breakfast rooms have no external outlook.
    • No roof terrace.

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    • Overall Score -/10
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