The St. Regis Rome

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

Bespoke Experiences


Discover our new exclusive collaborations with several Fashion, Art and Design Italian excellences specially made for you.

Garage Italia

An Iconic Fiat 600 Multipla from 1962

The hotel offers a customized courtesy car for guests: an iconic Fiat 600 Multipla from 1962, designed exclusively and realized by Garage Italia, with a new zero emission electric engine unit, that will take the guest to a special trip to discover the most iconic points of interest of Rome.

The interior replicates a fresco by Pietro da Cortona, located in the salon of the noble floor of Palazzo Barberini in Rome. The two exteriors colors recall the original model from the 60’s, black and ivory pastel, painted with a special glass effect and enriched by a line of a leaf of 24K gold that runs on the sides of the car.

Galleria Continua

The St. Regis Rome will be welcoming a series of exhibitions from Galleria Continua, listed amongst the most predominant art gallery in the world. The art installations throughout the hotel invite guests, global travelers and Roman citizens to interact with art, in a game of references between external and internal, public and private.

Designers

To crown the renovation works, the hotel features new exclusive partnerships to enrich the offer in the name of Italian excellence. The St. Regis Rome has announced the collaboration with Bottega Veneta, the Italian luxury brand that has curated the furnishing of the Bottega Veneta suite; with Larusmiani, a great example of the finest artisanship and tailoring, with a bespoke trunk in the hotel lounge with the Gentlemen’s Essentials line; and with Giada Curti, a Roman haute-couture designer, who created a tailored collection of stylish, made-in-Italy uniforms for all hotel employees.

Bespoke Art Journeys in collaboration with IF Experience

Our guests are invited to live extraordinary moments discovering a secret and ancient Rome thanks to two exclusive itineraries thought for the new era of cultural influencers: "The Evolution of a District" and "Exploring Rome under a New Light".

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