3 Hotels in the Centre of Rome
Since 1875, the Bettoja Family has welcomed guests in its hotels in the historic center of Rome. Boasting over a century of hospitality our three Hotels - Atlantico, Massimo d’Azeglio and Mediterraneo - located in a listed building will quite literally surround you with history and art upon your arrival in Rome. Located a few steps from Rome Termini Station, Bettoja Hotels is the perfect location for both business and leisure stays.
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All structures provide elegant halls and stylish rooms that blend tradition with innovation. Guests from all three Hotels are welcome to access our variety of bars and restaurants, as well as garage and gym services.
Book in advance and save, in case of need you can change your dates without any risk. Breakfast included. Terms and conditions: totally prepaid and not refundable, any price differences will be charged if higher than the initial amount booked. VAT included, city tax Euro 6.00 per person per day excluded.
Get ready to discover the Ligea Lounge Bar and its breathtaking view, from the 10th floor, with its 50 meters high, you will be enchanted and don’t forget to share with your contacts your unique experience at #ligealoungebar and you will receive a signature gift for your best post.
Stop thinking and start planning! Take advantage of the latest Bettoja Hotels’ Offer and get the best rate for your weekend escape in the Eternal City.
Our Weekend offer includes: American Breakfast, Welcome in room with italian Sparkling wine, Free upgrade up to Superior room, Early Check-in, and late check out , Free WI-Fi , 10% off on menu à la carte at our Restaurants
Discover a hidden part of the Rome with a local street art expert: have a walk around Ostiense and Tor Marancia .
Have a closer look at the Street Art movement with its contemporary vibes while exploring fascinating spots in a post-industrial area of Rome…and to round off your tour, visit the Centrale Montemartini, an ex Thermal Power Plant¸ an amazing place where you can admire the pairing of ancient and new pieces of Roman history.
Designed by Art Déco architect Mario Loreti in 1936, Hotel Mediterraneo is a 4 star hotel in the heart of Rome and sits on top of Esquilino Hill, the highest of Rome’s Seven Hills.
Since the end of the 19th century, the 4-star Massimo d’Azeglio has welcomed guests in a classical setting which has preserved the original “Fin de Siècle” ambience and style.
The Atlantico is a 4-Star Hotel, which welcomes its guests into a marvelous 1930’s building with a comfortable and elegant atmosphere, Hotel Atlantico boasts an incredibly central location.