Regina Baglioni Hotel
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Stunning and spacious rooms. Loved the breakfast, food was fresh and cappuccinos amazing. The piano player at night was awesome as well. Great restaurants walking distance -- only 15 minutes away from everything, walking distance to the Spanish Steps as well.
The location of this hotel is great to take a stroll around rome. The staff speak english and are friendly and helpful. The rooms are quite small, but typical European style rooms. The breakfast was not included in our room and was expensive. But this is a safe location to walk around rome.
The Hotel Baglioni is a sumptuous hotel. It impresses from the moment you enter the luxurious lobby. The staff is friendly and professional. The breakfast room has hostess seating and an array of fresh baked goods, eggs, bacon, sausage, fresh fruit, cheeses, fresh ham, and yogurt. The concierge was especially helpful; recommending and booking restaurants for us, and contacting our transportation and the airline. The hotel is situated in a lovely area within walking distance to dining, shopping, the Borghese Gardens, and the Spanish Steps. We highly recommed this hotel.
I was in Rome on last minute business and was having difficulty finding a centrally located hotel. My office was able to book the Baglioni - which I had not heard of before - but I liked the location (right across from the American Embassy). After an overnight flight with a longer than desired layover in Munich, I arrived shortly after 11:00 and dreaded what I was expecting to be grovelling to get an early check-in. I was pleasantly surprised when I was told my room was ready (with a free upgrade to a larger mini-suite) and I could check in then. The bell man, receptionist, and concierge, all of whom I had asked for different things before I headed to my room, were professional and friendly. THE ROOM: was quite large. It had a small hallway, large bedroom with a separate, large (by hotel standards) walk-in closet, and a large bathroom. I really liked the way they were able to maintain many of the design elements of the original building, and they had nice fabrics throughout and comfortable bedding and pillows. They had complimentary still and sparkling water, very nice bathroom amenities, and a well stocked closet with all types of hangers and shoe shine items. Although it was March, it was fairly warm out, and the air conditioning did not cool the room very well - something that I suspect would be an issue in the summer heat of Rome. There was a strange, and somewhat unpleasant smell in the room that was obvious the second you walked into the room that should have been noticeable to the hotel guests (almost like a dirty diaper) - that remained in the room during the stay (between being so tired and barely in my room during the less than 48 hours I was in Rome - I put up with it as I was too busy/tired to move rooms). Also, the front desk claimed that Italian law prohibits irons in guest rooms. I have no reason to doubt that's the case - but having arrived with suits crumpled in a suitcase - I was forced to steam the wrinkles out in the shower. In the evening - they made up the bed and replaced towels in the bathroom, and placed a nice chocolate on the bed and placed a new bottle of sparkling water next to the bed on the nightstand. Nice touch when you return to your room late from meetings. Wifi worked well throughout the hotel. They had ample loaner plug adapters as the room did not have any U.S.-type outlets.BREAKFAST: breakfast was included in my room rate. It was very nice. They had fresh juices, sparkling wine, 3-4 hot items, lots of fresh baked bread (much of which was still warm), and an array of breakfast pastries and fantastic meats, cheeses, and smoked salmon. The coffee was almost like an espresso - and was great and sparked some renewed life in my jet-lagged body. Everything seemed high-quality - and the dining room was superb in terms of the place settings. You felt you were eating in a high-end restaurant (which it is) - versus the trend of most American hotels to downgrade their breakfast offerings and service to make it less formal (and likely to save on costs). STAFF: as mentioned - everyone was friendly, and as I hadn't stayed in the area before, they provided great directions and advice for both sightseeing and both taxi and walking options for my meetings. Even the front desk attendant, who checked me out at 3:30 a.m. on Saturday morning and grabbed me a cab, had a big smile and gave the impression that he was genuinely happy to help me at that hour of the morning. So - a fantastic location, a grand dame hotel that allows you to experience the grander days of hotel living with all of the modern amenities you need as either a tourist or business person. While I hated saying Arrivederci to the Baglioni Hotel Regina - I hope to be back on my next trip!
A very pleasant long weekend stay spent in this well located hotel in the middle of via Veneto. It is within 10 minutes walk of many of the usual Spanish steps and other attractions whilst up the street is Harrys Bar of Rome as well.Service is attentive and the spa is small but adequate. Rooms are spacious and period but modern amenities as it were.Last day was rainy and they provided us with umbrellas as well as suggestions from the concierge as to where to and remain rain free as it were.
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Items not included:
- Travel insurance (mandatory if traveling to Cuba)
- Tourist cards ($10USD)if traveling to Dominican Republic with Sunwing Airlines
- Departure taxes ($20USD) if traveling to Dominican Republic with Sunwing or Signarture Vacations
- Hotel transfers for packages with WestJet to USA (with exception to Honolulu)
- Hotel transfers for packages to Europe
- Items of a personal nature
- 99 rooms
- Brunello Lounge & Restaurant ( Mediterranean cuisine)
- Caffe Baglioni, located in lobby, offers light snacks and refreshing drinks
- Meeting facilities
- Business centre
- Room service
- WiFi available
- Personal Shopper
- Currency exchange desk
- Air conditioning
- Satellite television
- iPod dock
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Regina Baglioni HotelRome,Italy
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Via Vittorio Veneto 72, 00187 Rome Italy
Some restaurants may be open for certain meals only and limited visits may apply. Reservations required and dress code in effect for a la carte restaurants. Time restrictions may apply for water sports.
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