Regina Hotel Baglioni, Rome General Hotel Information Housed in a magnificent, liberty-style building, the Regina Hotel in Rome is perfect for those in search of elegance and finesse. Guests are guaranteed prompt, impeccable service during their stay, and are able to wander through the magnificently furnished rooms which once hosted famous figures such as Queen Margherita. Hotel Location The Regina Hotel is situated in Rome's Via Veneto. Located right in the heart of the city, the hotel is just a short distance from the Villa Borghese gardens, Piazza di Spagna and the magnificent Trinità dei Monti church. Accommodation The Regina Hotel was built in 1904, modernised for the first time in 1972 and completely renovated in June 2001. The last renovation enhanced the hotel with an important and renovated entrance on Via Veneto and a new hall, both in perfect liberty style. The 143 rooms, including the suites, have every comfort and offer guests a charming view of the capital. The 8th floor suite and its spacious private terrace with jacuzzi measure a total of 200 sq. m (2153 sq. feet), and offers a magnificent panorama of the roofs of Rome; the bedroom has a totally soundproofed glass outer wall which provides a fantastic overview of all the main Roman monuments. Restaurants & Lounges The "Le Grazie del Canova" Restaurant covers four rooms: Sala Veneto, Sala Centrale, Veranda Liguria, Veranda Regina. Each room, infused with warmth and furnished with particular attention to details, has been completely refurbished in keeping with the Liberty style of the building. The chef offers a Mediterranean-based and international cuisine, combining flavours that are both light and intense.turkeyarena.com The four dining-rooms are designed to hold up to one hundred guests. Leisure & Recreation Nestling amongst the myriad attractions of the "Dolce Vita", the Regina Hotel is situated in Via Veneto. Located right in the heart of the city, the hotel is just a short distance from the Villa Borghese gardens, Piazza di Spagna and the magnificent Trinità dei Monti church, as well as some of the city's most famous cafés.The Caffè Regina offers over seventy cocktails, including the famous Regina cocktail, and is open from 10am to midnight. Meetings Three meeting rooms for between 40 and 80 people. The Sala Belvedere on the 8th floor (penthouse) has glass walls and a large sunroof. Events and meetings may be organised against a breathtaking backdrop due to its splendid panorama of Rome.