Hurlingham Privileges

This is a Hurlingham Privileges Hotel. When you book through us you are entitled to VIP benefits during your stay.


Hotel Information

  • Description
  • Bar
  • Restaurant
  • Spa


The Baglioni Hotel Regina is situated on the strategic, central Via Veneto, a stone’s throw from the Villa Borghese, Piazza di Spagna and Via Condotti, the famous fashion street.

A meeting place beloved of the international jet-set, this hotel in Rome has a magnificent selection of rooms in original Art Deco style.

The Brunello Lounge & Restaurant’s distinguishing features are its atmosphere of refined design, the unusual arrangements and innovative menu using ingredients of superior quality.


Caffè Baglioni:

For breakfast, a coffee or a relaxing tea, you will find the Caffè Baglioni in the hotel’s welcoming Lobby, warmed by an elegant fireplace.


Brunello Lounge & Restaurant:

The Brunello Lounge & Restaurant, with its exclusive independent entrance on Via Veneto, welcomes clients to a unique atmosphere which unites traditional Italian elegance with contemporary design. It is the ideal location in which to sample dishes of Mediterranean flavour made from extremely high-quality products. It is the most innovative lounge in Rome, perfect for a refined dinner but also for tasting imaginative cocktails.



Baglioni SPA by Caschera SPA at the Baglioni Hotel Regina, Rome is a metropolitan oasis where to rediscover harmony between mind and body, dedicated to all who want to experience authentic beauty and wellbeing. The SPA is a large space featuring two massage rooms, abeauty room, fitness centre, sauna, Turkish bath, Jacuzzi and changing rooms. Designed by Rebosio+Spagnulo, the renovated Baglioni SPA is an intimate and exclusive location where warming light, fragrance and music create a calming oriental atmosphere. Guests can experience an extensive range of treatments, including the signature “SPA Penthouse Ritual”, a unique massage and facial created exclusively by Paolo Caschera for Baglioni Hotel Regina.


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