On the discovery of the best flavors
An exclusive partnership
Dammann Frères has been selected as exclusive partner at The St. Regis Rome, building, as does the St. Regis, on a long heritage of finest teas. 1963, Mr. Damame was granted the privilege in France, to exclusively sell its teas to Louis XIV, the beginning of a long story resulting in Dammann Frères being today one of the most famous and prestigious tea sellers in the world.
Our vast collection of teas has been carefully selected by our Tea Sommelier who will be delighted to take you through an exclusive journey of the different varieties of tea.
Since its creation in England in the early 1800s by Anna, Duchess of Bedford, the way to enjoy Afternoon Tea has long been associated with the entertainment of society.
In the late 19th century, it was Caroline Astor, mother of the St. Regis founder John Jacob Astor IV, who elevated Afternoon Tea to a new level by introducing the ritual at dignified gatherings at her house in Manhattan.
Time to revive this St. Regis tradition in our beautiful hall, a moment of creating memories in the heart of Rome.
Choose from our three exclusive offers and spend a relaxing afternoon at the St. Regis Rome:
- Traditional Afternoon Tea for €28 p.p.: selection of teas, homemade scones with cream, traditional pastries and finger sandwich
- Moet & Chandon Afternoon Tea for €36 p.p.: as mentioned above, complemented by a glass of Moet & Chandon champagne
- Moet & Chandon Rosé Afternoon Tea for €38 p.p.: as mentioned above, complemented by a glass of Moet & Chandon rosé champagne
Afternoon Tea Time
Daily | 3.00pm - 6.00pm
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I was a little surprise at the amenities afforded to Lifetime Platinum members. We had two rooms and normally one of the Platinum offers is free breakfast for two. We choose this option. One room I paid for the other I used my points. The free breakfast was only offered for the paid room. The free room apparently does not receive any Platinum amenities. First time this happens in my over 20+ years experience with SPG.