Rome’s Hotel Baglioni: Fit for a Queen

Share: Once upon a time an Italian queen moved into a beautiful 1892 stone building in the center of Rome. The century had just turned from 19th into 20th. While she waited six years for her own palace across the street from the building to be finished, Queen Margherita, mother of King Octavio III, so thoroughly enjoyed her stay in one of the first Grand Hotels of Europe that she allowed her hosts to put the royal imprimatur on its name. Thus the Hotel Baglioni, part of a group of high-end properties throughout Europe when it was completely restored...

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