Regina Hotel Baglioni


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The Via Veneto, one of the symbols of Rome immortalised in Fellini’s La Dolce Vita, now offers a slightly different spectacle from the one we saw in the film: groups of happy young people moving from one café to the next, looking to get a little drunk and find a little fame.

Less glamorous and more efficient, the Via Veneto today is a broad, bustling avenue, lined with grand hotels, embassies, a few luxury boutiques and restaurants with terraces behind curved glass windows.

The Dolce Vita may have changed, but the place still has all the features worthy of a great capital: wide pavements and a chic clientele. And above all it’s one of the few places in Rome where ladies can walk in high heels without running the risk of an accident on the pavement.

The Via Veneto leads directly to the gardens of the Villa Borghese, or in less than ten minutes to the Piazza di Spagna and the Via Condotti with its luxury boutiques.

That’s why the Via Veneto will always be the Via Veneto, the only place that is both modern and luxurious, close to the heart of Rome, and a quick link to anywhere in the city.

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Room size 9 Rating : 9
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Breakfast 9 Rating : 9
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Regina Hotel Baglioni

Via V. Veneto, 72

Metro station : Barberini