Three hotels in the heart of Rome
The three structures are located in central Rome on Via Cavour, all within walking distance from one another.
Hotel Mediterraneo, the largest and most luxurious of the three Hotels, was built in 1938 and reflects the Art Deco design of the period. Set on the Esquiline Hill, the highest of Rome’s seven hills, the rooftop bar and restaurant ‘La Terrazza’ offers tasty delights and sweeping views of the city. The hotel has 242 spacious rooms, all with their unique personality and character.
Hotel Massimo d’Azeglio, located just across the street from the Mediterraneo, preserves its original ‘Fin de Siècle’ setting cherished by many important guests through the years. The Massimo d’Azeglio was the first property of the Bettoja Hotels Group, and started out as a restaurant. Today, the restaurant is still open serving traditional Roman and genuine Piedmont dishes since day one.
Hotel Atlantico is a charming and intimate property directly connected with Hotel Mediterraneo by an internal corridor. This charming hotel offers warm and elegant décor, cozy public areas and 65 rooms embellished with Italian wood and vintage furnishings.
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.
Hotel Massimo d´Azeglio
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.