Bettoja Hotels Collection

In the heart of Rome, the center of the world!

★★★★sVia Cavour, 15, 00184 Roma, Italia

Hotel Mediterraneo

10 Floors of true and original Art Deco  Designed by Art Deco Architect Mario Loreti in 1936, Hotel Mediterraneo is a 4 ½ star hotel in the heart of Rome and...
★★★★Via Cavour, 18 - 00184 Roma

Massimo D'Azeglio Hotel

In 1875 Maurizio Bettoja, passionate about wines, good food and hotels, opened a restaurant just above his wine cellar which today still hosts more than 30,000 bottles of wines and...
★★★★Via Cavour, 23 - 00184 Roma

Atlantico Hotel

The 4 star Hotel Atlantico welcomes its guests into a marvellous 1930’s building, boasting a pleasant and cosy Art Deco atmosphere. From the top of the Esquiline Hill, the tallest of Rome’s 7...

Innovation respecting tradition, this is always our commitment.

In 1870 Rome became the Capital of the Kingdom of Italy. Five years later, Maurizio Bettoja, a wine merchant from Piedmont, acquired the Massimo d’Azeglio restaurant, originally a tavern that opened in nearby St. Mary Major’s square for the Jubilee of 1875.

The Bettoja Hotel group has grown through five generations of Bettojas to establish itself as the oldest and among the largest family owned hotel groups in Italy.
The Chairman of Bettoja Hotels is Angelo Bettoja, friendly host, world traveller and gourmet chef.

The hotels are in a central location close to Rome’s main monuments, with easy access to railway, airport-shuttles, buses and metro, all of which are within short walking distance.

We also offer private parking facilities, free Wi-Fi connection, fitness and massage center, and an unique roof garden with bar and restaurant on the top floor of the Hotel Mediterraneo, the tallest venue in central Rome.

The hotels were built between the end of 1800 and the beginning of 1900 and great care has been taken to maintain their original style.

Hotel Mediterraneo and Hotel Atlantico represent an exceptionally authentic example of Art Deco Style with all the modern comforts you would expect in the 21st century.

Alternatively, the Hotel Massimo D’Azeglio is a fine example of “fin de siecle” interiors.

The restaurant Massimo d’Azeglio has kept its original fine wood paneling and is decorated with paintings and prints from the Risorgimento period. Massimo D’Azeglio is one of the few restaurants included in the “Historical Places of Italy”.

In the historic center of Rome

Hotel Mediterraneo
Massimo D'Azeglio Hotel
Atlantico Hotel