The Grand Hotel St. Regis in Rome was built between 1890 and 1894, designed by Roman architect Giulio Podesti. When it opened on January 10, 1894, it was inaugurated by César Ritz, a famous Swiss hotelier and owner of the Paris hotel of the same name.
Today, the property is known for being a historic hotel, located within one of the city's most spectacular buildings.
Thanks to the restyling it has undergone, the St. Regis in Rome shows itself in a new, radiant and disruptive guise, while creating a sophisticated and unmistakably refined atmosphere.
The Grand Hotel St. Regis stands on the ancient Baths of Diocletian in Republic Square. The restyling project involved the restoration of the facades, revision of the layout, renovation of the finishes of the common areas on the ground floor, and of the rooms. Objective: to enhance the spaces and improve the functionality of the hotel while respecting its historical-artistic value.
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