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St Regis

Suite price ($)



Rome, Italy

Number of bedrooms

One bedroom

Size of master bed

Emperor (200 x 200cm)

Numbers of bathrooms

Two bathrooms

Number of floors

One floor

Sustainability Initiatives

Recycling systems - Food

Recycling systems - Glass

Recycling systems - Metals

Recycling systems - Paper/card

Recycling systems - Plastic

0-25% (Energy - Renewable sources)

Linen and towel reuse programs

Onsite produce

Features - In suite

Art collection


Business facilities

Dining room


Full kitchen

Hot tub



Walk in wardrobes

Welcome gifts

Wine cellar

Leisure facilities - Hotel




Luxury and privacy options

Bullet proof glass

Dedicated staff quarters

Packing/unpacking service

Private door away from rest of hotel

Private floor of hotel

Private use of hotel amenities


Airport transfers

Private elevator to suite

Food and drink facilities - Hotel

Wine cellar

Private dining

Number of restaurants

One restaurant

Courtesy cars



Business facilities - Hotel

Board room

Conference room

Lecture theater

Number of dedicated staff

Five members of staff




Dedicated concierge/guest relations manager


Private chef

Luxury brands

Acqua di Parma

Bang & Olufsen


Historical landmarks views

Royal Suite, The St. Regis Rome


Originally opened in 1984 by legendary Swiss hotelier, Cézar Ritz, the St. Regis Rome is the epitome of opulence. Overlooking the Piazza della Repubblica and Baths of Diocletian in the heart of the historic city, the hotel recently completed an extensive multi-million-dollar restoration of its lavish interiors.

Entering the imposing dove-gray Belle-Époque-inspired lobby, adorned with a 15ft hand-blown glass chandelier, it is clear that no expense has been spared. The aptly named Royal Suite is the most extravagant of the 23 sumptuous suites available.

A favored spot for celebrities, monarchs and heads of state, the 3,328-sq-ft suite is ideal for entertaining. An entry hall leads into a regal living room complete with a grand piano. The room is thoughtfully decorated with classical art, an ornate gilded mirror, Louis XVI and Piedmont antique furnishings, and 17th century Aubusson rugs.

Served by a private kitchen and wine cellar, the spacious dining room boasts a Carrara marble table that comfortably seats 12. A dedicated butler, chef, concierge, chauffeur and masseuse are on-hand to cater to your every need.

In keeping with the rest of the suite, the furnishings have been carefully chosen in the master bedroom, right down to the luxury custom-made Frette linen atop the King size bed. The stunning marble bathroom has a Jacuzzi and separate tub making it the perfect place to relax and unwind. There is also an additional guest bedroom, two walk-in closets and the option to connect to the St. Regis Suite and Presidential Suite so you’ll never be short of space.

Beyond the suite, guests can soak up the hotel’s rich history and admire Mario Spinetti’s frescoes in the breathtaking Ritz Ballroom: the first public ballroom in Rome. Those with a penchant for art can also visit the world-renowned Galleria Continua which recently opened a new permanent exhibition space at the St. Regis. And if you’re venturing further afield, the hotel offers guests an iconic courtesy car – a Fiat 600 Multipla from 1962 fitted with a new zero emission electric engine – to explore Rome in style.

Gold 2022, Luxury

Gold 2022, Privacy

Gold 2022, Staff and Services

Gold 2022, In-Suite Facilities

Gold 2022, Technology

Bronze 2022, Sustainability

Bronze 2022, Accessibility