Built in 1894 as the first deluxe hotel in Rome, the St. Regis Grand Hotel is within walking distance of the Spanish Steps, the Trevi Fountain and Via Veneto. Upon reopening in mid-December 1999, after an extensive restoration and renovation, the St. Regis Grand, Rome reclaimed its status as the finest hotel in Rome and one of the best in the world.
This honor has been re-emphasized by recently being named to Conde Nast Traveler’s 2002 Gold List. As a focal point of Rome’s diplomatic and political life, we are proud to host many national and international dignitaries, heads of state, business executives, and widely known celebrities.
Enjoy a unique dining experience at our restaurant Vivendo, the number one restaurant in Rome nominated by Zagat, and the Gold Key award winner for design and decor. Our private wine cellar, Di Vino, selected to be “”depositaire de l’ enotheque Dom Perignon”” invites you to private dining with regional and international menus enhanced by a wide selection of wines to complement each course.
An English-style butler is available, on dedicated floors, to attend to guests’ requests 24-hours a day.
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