Via Vittorio E. Orlando 3, Rome

As I walked into this 1894 hotel, I could see why the King of Spain lived here for 10 years. The art, chandeliers, antiques, velvets, drapes, ornate ceilings and varied shades of maroon and gold – forget the kids, I was mesmerized! I, like its former guests Queen Elizabeth and Princess Grace Kelly, felt I was in a little palace, till it turned out that it was family-friendly too, or really as family-friendly as a hotel in Rome can be….

  1. Baby cot
  2. Bottle warmer
  3. Child bathrobe & slippers
  4. Child toiletries
  5. Diapers
  6. High chair
  7. Child menu
  8. Doctor on call
  9. Interconnecting rooms
  10. Babysitting services (by qualified local agencies)


Family Favourites:
  1. The kids just loved their St. Regis backpacks, colouring pencils, storybooks, plush stuffed animals, stories for every night of their stay and other welcome amenities.
  2. The St. Regis Rome offers several family-friendly tours for kids to discover the eternal city. These include tours of ancient Rome, the Vatican and children’s museums.
  3. Don’t miss a ride in the ‘rising room’, a lift that has been in operation in this hotel since 1894.
  4. Great location. Piazza Della Republica is right next-door and Via Veneto is a short walk. The Spanish Steps, Trevi Fountain and the very kid-friendly Villa Borghese park, with its rides and zoo for kids, are all about a 20-minute walk away.


Parent’s Perks:
  1. Butler service in certain rooms and all suites is a very handy service that parents find themselves getting used to quite easily.
  2. The Kami Spa specializing in Asian therapies.
  3. Fun St. Regis traditions like afternoon teas and champagne sabering.


The Hotel:
  • Leonardo da Vinci Airport – 30 km
  • 161 Rooms & suites
  • 1 Bar
  • 1 Restaurant
  • Spa
  • Fitness Centre

Mandy’s Tip: Families for whom a hotel is not complete without a swimming pool will be disappointed to know that this hotel doesn’t have one.

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