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Location. The Regina Hotel Baglioni is located in the centre of Rome, Italy within one kilometre of Trevi Fountain and the Villa Borghese, and three kilometres of Termini Station. Barberini, the nearest metro station, is 300 metres away.
Hotel Features. Situated in the fashionable shopping street of Via Veneto, the Regina Hotel Baglioni combines classical elegance with art deco detail. Concierge services are available, with multilingual staff able to make arrangements for private transportation and tourist activities. There is a currency exchange on site and safe deposit boxes are located at reception. Valet parking is available.

The hotel's Caff? Baglioni, located in the lobby, serves drinks and light snacks throughout the day and evening. The stylish Brunello Restaurant has an intimate ambience and a menu which features Mediterranean dishes and local produce. In the Brunello Lounge, guests can enjoy a variety of cocktails while rubbing shoulders with the international glitterati.

The hotel has business facilities and conference rooms. Wireless Internet is available (surcharge).

Guestrooms. All 112 air conditioned rooms at the Regina Hotel Baglioni are richly decorated with silk tapestries and colourful Murano glass. Each is equipped with satellite television, direct dial phone, wireless Internet, minibar and complimentary bottled water. The marble bathrooms have a bidet, telephone, hair dryer and a combination bath and shower. Bathrobes and slippers are also provided.

Expert Tip. During most of the year, queues for the Sistine Chapel extend all the way back to St. Peter's Square, so it's best to get there early] Entrance to Rome's museums and galleries is free on the last Sunday of the month, so unless visitors particularly enjoy crowds, they may wish to wait until Monday. In late July and August, however, the crowds have moved elsewhere and the Vatican museums are practically deserted.



Location. The 16th century Hotel d'Inghilterra in central Rome, Italy, is located 50 metres from Via Condotti's shops and 200 metres from the Spanish Steps. The hotel is 500 metres from the Trevi Fountain and 800 metres from the Pantheon. The Colosseum and Vatican City are within two and a half kilometres. Stazione Termini railway station is two kilometres away.
Hotel Features. Set in a former royal palace, the Hotel d'Inghilterra has its own private art gallery and garden.

Vaulted red ceilings, leather seating and marble and granite floors furnish the Caffe Romano where guests can dine on international dishes, Chicago rib steak and traditional Italian cuisine. The room is decorated with artwork by artists Roberto Almagno and Franco Ruaro. The Hotel d'Inghilterra Bar, designed in English country pub style, serves coffee, wine and draught ale, in an informal ambience decorated with original hunting paintings.

There are two ornate meeting rooms for up to 60 people opposite the hotel in the Palazzo Torlonia. The Hotel d'Inghilterra has a business centre and complimentary Internet access. Complimentary newspapers are provided in the lobby.

Guestrooms. Hotel d'Inghilterra's 89 richly decorated, air conditioned guestrooms feature 19th century Roman antiques, baroque mirrors and silk and damask fabrics. All rooms have satellite television, minibars, safes, complimentary newspapers and marble bathrooms with bathrobes.

Expert Tip. The hotel is 50 metres from Via Condotti, one of Rome's most renowned shopping streets, lined with designer boutiques and pavement caf?s.



Location. Exedra stands directly on the Piazza della Repubblica across from the Repubblica Metro station in Rome, Italy. The ancient Roman ruins of the Diocletian Baths and St. Mary of the Angels church frame this unique property.
Hotel Features. The lobby glows with rich furnishings, white columned walls, vaulted ceilings and subtle lighting. La Frusta, a restaurant designed by Adam Tihany, combines historic ambience with 21st century vibrancy. Tazio Brasserie is adorned with snapshots of Tazio Secchiaroli, the forefather of paparazzi photography. The hotel houses a champagne bar lit with red and blue lights and distinguished by cascading crystal chandeliers. High tech meets history in the business center and function rooms that feature ancient stone walls and glass floors where the mosaic floors of the Diocletian Baths are visible below. Meeting rooms can accommodate up to 250 guests. The hotel's Exedra Wellness Spa offers chromotherapy and revitalizing and purifying herbal teas and massages. Saunas, steam baths, a solarium and spa tubs offer relaxing retreats. The spa adjoins a rooftop pool that offers panoramic views of the city. Additional property amenities include transportation to Leonardo da Vinci International Airport for a fee and Town Car rentals.

Guestrooms. The hotel's 236 guestrooms offer two toned crocodile leather headboards accented by golden brocade bedspreads and curtains. Rooms afford views of the Piazza della Repubblica or the Monti surroundings. Private bathrooms vary in size, but all feature marble walls, floors and counters. Room amenities include satellite television and dial up Internet access. Minibars are available in all accommodations.

Expert Tip. This hotel occupies a central location near some of Rome's most beautiful churches. The Saint Mary Major Basilica is located right down the street. Across the street is the stunning St. Mary of the Angels church.



Location. The Grand Hotel Parco dei Principi is located in Rome, Italy, opposite the Villa Borghese gardens, one kilometres from Via Veneto, and 2.5 kilometres from the Trevi Fountain.
Hotel Features. Guests of the Grand Hotel Parco dei Principi have access to the onsite fitness centre and outdoor swimming pool. Multilingual staff are available at the concierge desk, and the hotel's front desk is open around the clock.

The Pauline Borghese restaurant offers an international wine list and an olive oil menu, and light refreshments are served at La Pomme Bar. A complimentary American breakfast is available every morning.

Guestrooms. Grand Hotel Parco dei Principi's 180 guestrooms feature jewel tones and decorative furnishings. Amenities include air conditioning, wireless Internet, satellite television, and minibars.



Location. The Art Deco Hotel Lord Byron in Rome, Italy, borders the Borghese gardens in the exclusive Parioli neighbourhood. The Spanish Steps, Trevi Fountain, and Via Condotti and Via Veneto's shops are two kilometres away, ten minutes by complimentary shuttle. The closest metro station is Flaminio.
Hotel Features. Set in a 1930s patrician villa, the hotel has marble steps and a white gloved doorman. Art Deco touches including silver light fixtures decorate the lobby. There are fresh flowers and books in the lounge.

Mirrored walls, octagonal tables and high backed chairs furnish the Art Deco style restaurant, serving Italian dishes such as pasta rolls with trout and black truffle sauce. In the late night Il Salotto Lounge and Wine Bar, guests can enjoy Mediterranean cuisine and cocktails in a 1930s style setting with mirrors, striped carpets, deep red fabric chairs and dark wood furnishings. Original art from the owner's collection decorates the bar. The hotel serves evening port and petits fours and complimentary buffet breakfast.

The hotel has meeting rooms, business services, complimentary newspapers and complimentary valet parking.

There is a rooftop garden at the hotel. Guests enjoy discounts at a nearby fitness centre.

Guestrooms. The Hotel Lord Byron's 32 climate controlled guestrooms feature 1930s inspired interiors, floor length curtains and mahogany or rosewood furniture. Some rooms have balconies with garden or city views. All include satellite television, dial up Internet ports, minibars, and complimentary bottled water. Traditional paintings decorate the vintage marble bathrooms, which contain bathrobes and slippers.

Expert Tip. Atypically for Rome, early 20th century works of art by Northern European artists, part of the owner's private collection, are displayed throughout the hotel.