Via Vittorio E. Orlando, 3, Rome 00185 Italy
+39 06 47091

Area & Activities


Local Attractions

Art Experiences
Our guests are invited to live extraordinary moments to discover a secret and ancient Rome thanks to two exclusive itineraries thought for the new era of cultural influencers:

The Evolution of a District: Diocletian Baths
Experience an amazing journey through time, to discover the events that have transformed the area where the largest spa complex in the world was built, in an elegant district for the new elite of the capital of Italy, where today the hotel is located.

Exploring Rome under a New Light
Discover the historic center of Rome from a new point of view, opening visiting four amazing venues, typically inaccessible, linked to each other by the theme of light: an experience that will show what it means to really unveil a city, beyond the clichés.

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Hotel Façade Fountain of Moses

Family and Children's Activities

0.7 miles

Villa Borghese Gardens

Enjoy a stroll outdoors at this landscape garden.

0.9 miles

Casina di Raffaello

Educational workshops for children, Interactive group readings, Temporary Exhibitions, Bookshop, Gift shop http://www.casinadiraffaello.it/

1.1 miles

Bioparco Rome Conservation Zoo

It is known as the largest zoo in Italy and is intended for entertainment and education. http://www.bioparco.it/english/

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Area & Activity Highlights


The Colosseum

The Flavian Amphitheatre, better known as the Colosseum, is the largest amphitheatre ever built and its name is believed to be derived from the nearby colossal statue of Nero. Construction was completed 80 AD under emperor Titus. Although partially damaged caused by earthquakes and stone-robbers, the Colosseum is still an icon symbol of Rome.

The Colosseum could accomodate 87,000 and hosted gladiatoral games and a variety of other events, including shows, animal hunt as well as simulated sea battles for which the entire area could be flooded.

The Roman Forum

Be transported back in time, while walking around the historical sites of the ""Forum Romanum"" the old marketplace of ancient Rome. Walk around ruins of the 7th century, from shrines to government buildings, temples and more, this was the central square of ancient Rome, where most of the daily life happens. Walk up the Palatine hill to enjoy the view from the top. From here you can even visit the first little houses built on the hill, and according to the legend of Romolus & Remus, the first settlement built in Rome.

*Tickets are valid for Roman Forum, Palatin Hill and the Colosseum and valid for 2 consecutive days.

Piazza Navona

One of the most beautiful squares in Rome is without doubt 'Piazza Navona'. Built on the ruins of stadium Domitian in the 1st century, it is today gathering place for Romans and tourists, surrounded by many bars and restaurants. On the center of the square is the famous 'Fontana dei Quattro Fiumi' or Fountain of the Four Rivers by Gian Lorenzo Bernini, and just in front the beautiful Sant'Agnese in Agone by Francesco Borromini. Both were great masters of sculpturing and architecture and you will find many more of their works around Rome, so keep these names in mind.

On both ends, you can see two more fountains, the 'Fontana del Moro' showing four Tritons in a basin and the 'Fountain of Neptune' on the North end.

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Discover the beauty of Rome with Nacho Figueras

Join St. Regis Connoisseur, Ralph Lauren Ambassador and international polo player Nacho Figueras as he is exploring one of his favorite cities. Walking through the city's ancient heart, history is around every corner and as a lover of architecture, Nacho is feeling at home in this open museum. Join us on a journey through the Eternal City and learn more about Nacho's favorite places in Bella Roma.
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The Campidoglio

The Capitoline Hill, just next to the Vittoriano, is one of the seven hills in Rome. In the center of the square rises the statue of Marcus Aurelius, emporer of Rome. The original has been moved to the Capitoline museums, while the statue on the square is a copy.

The three palazzi on the square are the Capitoline museums, hosting as well the original statue of the famous 'Lupa', the she-wolf and symbol of Rome feeding the two twin-brothers, Romolus and Remus.

When you have walked up the hill, make sure to stop after the stairs, turn around and enjoy the view over the Eternal City.

Santa Maria della Vittoria

A small basilica church in Rome completed in 1626. The church is the only structure designed and completed by the early Baroque architect Carlo Maderno, but the masterpiece is in the Cornaro Chapel, to the left of the altar, and is Ecstasy of St. Teresa by Scipione's favored sculptor, Bernini.

Saint Susanna at the Baths

A Roman Catholic parish church on the Quirinal hill in Rome. The modern church dedicated to Saint Susanna was rebuilt in 1585-1603. In 1921, Pope Benedict XV authorized the Paulist Fathers to use Santa Susanna to create the National church in Rome of The United States of America.

Moses Fountain

Overlooking Santa Susanna square, leaning on the façade of The St. Regis Rome, the Fontana dell'Acqua Felice, also called the Fountain of Moses, was built in 1587 and reopened in 2010 after two years of restoration.

Santa Maria Degli Angeli E Dei Martiri

This is a titular basilica church in Rome, built inside the frigidarium of the Baths of Diocletian. The thermae of Diocletian dominated the Quirinal Hill with their ruined mass and had successfully resisted Christianization. Michelangelo Buonarroti worked from 1563 to 1564 to adapt a section of the remaining structure of the baths to enclose a church.

Terme Di Diocleziano

The Baths of Diocletian were the largest and most sumptuous of the imperial baths, or thermae, dedicated in 306 and remained in use until the aqueducts that fed them were cut by the Goths in 537. Similar in size and plan to those of Caracalla, it is well preserved because various parts were converted to ecclesiastical or other use.

Vespa Tours

Take your place in the passenger seat of the world's most famous scooter for a 4-hour tour of Rome. Travelling no faster than 30 km/h, on the back of a Vespa being ridden by expert riders, you will make your way through narrow alleyways and into immense squares.

Art Unveiled for St. Regis

A project created by the flair of Catherine Diana Biagiotti, contemporary art specialist and Director of the Biagiotti Art Project, in collaboration with The St. Regis Rome and The St. Regis Florence. This experience is specifically come together to offer our guests a unique chance to explore contemporary italian art from a privileged perspective.

The most exclusive museums and private collections open their doors to the guests of the The St. Regis Rome and The St. Regis Florence, for an unforgettable artistic experience. The first tailor-made service dedicated to art lovers. Guests are invited to elevate their St. Regis experience with this unique art experience in the Eternal City.
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Local Attractions

The Baths of Diocletian

Via Enrico De Nicola, 76

0.5 miles from hotel

Colosseum

Piazzale Del Colosseo 1

1.4 miles from hotel

Roman Forum and Palatin Hill

Via Dei Fori Imperiali

1.6 miles from hotel

MAXXI, National Museum of 21st Century Arts

Via Guido Reni 4/A

2.7 miles from hotel

Villa Borghese Gardens

Piazzale Napoleone I

0.7 miles from hotel

Spanish Steps

Piazza di Spagna

0.8 miles from hotel

French Academy in Rome – Villa Medici

Viale Trinità dei Monti, 1

0.9 miles from hotel

Quirinale Presidential Palace

Piazza del Quirinale

0.5 miles from hotel

Scuderie del Quirinale Museum

Via XXIV Maggio, 16

0.5 miles from hotel

Palazzo Barberini

Via delle Quattro Fontane, 13

0.4 miles from hotel

Spa Nearby

0.4 miles from hotel

Phone: +39 06 489911

Services, Treatments and Amenities

  • Facials
  • Massages
  • Men's services

Area Sightseeing

Tour of Rome

Based on your personal request

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Phone: +39 06 47092805; ext= 2804

Ancient Rome

Roman Forum-Colosseum Palatino Hill Capital Square

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Vatican City

Vatican Museum - Sistine Chapel - St Peter Basilic

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Tivoli Villas

Villa D’Este-Hadrian's Villa-Villa Gregoriana

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Phone: +39 06 47092805; ext= 2805

Special Tour

On request

In house Concierge

Phone: +39 06 4709; ext= 602

More Activities

Biking trail (4.0 miles) Horseback riding (2.4 miles) Jogging/fitness trail (4.2 miles) Squash (3.2 miles) Bike Rentals (1.6 miles)

Local Partners

Galleria Continua
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