Rome's Regina Hotel Baglioni Unveils New Ludovisi Suite

Regina Hotel Baglioni, Rome

Looking to book your very own private apartment in the heart of Rome? The Regina Hotel Baglioni has unveiled a swanky new suite that has been designed just for that purpose. Located on the seventh floor, the Ludovisi Suite—named for the famous Villa Ludovisi which once stood on the Via Veneto—is accessed by private elevator and has a furnished, landscaped terrace with awe-inspiring views over the rooftops and monuments of the Eternal City.

With the debut of this suite, the hotel introduces a novel concept: a living space that's entirely versatile and customizable according to guests needs. The Ludovisi Suite comes with a living area, three bedrooms and four bathrooms but can be configured in several different ways creating either a one- or two-bedroom suite or an apartment of two bedrooms- each with their own bathroom. Floors of black Marquina marble and white Carrara marble create an Art Deco feel; pure silk tapestries, a Murano glass chandelier, and Louis XVI antiques decorate the sumptuous space. Because it's outfitted with state-of-the-art technology, the living area can also be transformed into a work space for business meetings. What's more, the suite comes with the services of a personal butler.

For more information about the Regina Hotel Baglioni, go here.

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