How To Make Cacio E Pepe, According To Hotel Bettoja Mediterraneo In Romeopens in a new tab
No Roman holiday is complete without a sampling of Cacio e Pepe, and one historic location that does it particularly well is Hotel Bettoja Mediterraneo. Built in 1938, this centrally located property still features its original Art Deco design and stands on top of Esquilino Hill, the highest of Rome’s Seven Hills.
This central Rome Hotel Has the best Rooftop viewsopens in a new tab
All roads lead to Rome, but when you get there, where will you stay? For comfort, convenience, and culture we suggest the 4-star Hotel Mediterraneo.
Black Friday travel deals for trips now or in the new yearopens in a new tab
Black Friday and Cyber Monday are traditionally some of the best times to book travel. The deals available are incredible, and the travel dates are flexible. So, if you’ve been thinking about booking a trip sometime soon or for the new year, you’ll want to do it soon as these deals won’t last.
An Art Déco Dream: Bettoja Hotel Mediterraneo in Romeopens in a new tab
A passion for art and hospitality continues to thrive in this family-run hotel chain. Bettoja Hotel Mediterraneo is located in the heart of the city of Rome, Italy minutes away from Roma Termini.
Reopening of the Hotel Mediterraneo (Rome)opens in a new tab
Welcome back to the Velvet Runway, and this feature about the Reopening of the Hotel Mediterraneo in Rome, which I’m really excited to share with you!
Rome's Esquilino Neighborhood Is Home to More Than Just the Famous Termini Train Station — Here's What to Exploreopens in a new tab
It used to be that people would arrive at Termini and get out as fast as they could — but these days, there are more than a few reasons to linger.
This Rome Hotel's Art Deco Design Is So Special, It's Protected by Italy's Ministry of Cultural Heritageopens in a new tab
Just a few blocks from Roma Termini, the frenetic central train station in Rome's Esquilino district, you'll find one of the city's most important monuments to Art Deco hiding in plain sight.
Hotel Mediterraneo is the tallest building on the highest hill in central Rome, and it has a storied history. This 242-room hotel, the first building in Italy to have air-conditioning, was built in 1936 as part of the developments surrounding the 1942 World's Fair. (Needless to say, the country soon became preoccupied and the fair never happened.) Irving Berlin, filming This Is the Army in the area, was a notable early guest. Soon, the hotel would house Jewish citizens of Rome, sheltered by the Mediterraneo's anti-fascist owner Maurizio Bettoja. Later, German soldiers would occupy the hotel, and eventually, American GIs.
Rome's Bettoja Hotels Completes 2nd Phase Of Renovationopens in a new tab
Bettoja Hotels Collection, an Italy-based, family-owned hospitality collection, has completed work on the second phase of a major renovation project, which included 70 new Premium rooms and suites, as well as other enhancements, at the group’s Hotel Mediterraneo in Rome.
Bettoja Hotels: nuovi dettagli artistici al Mediterraneoopens in a new tab
Con la collaborazione di grandi maestri artigiani, i dettagli artistici dell’Hotel Mediterraneo tornano a sorprendere. Nel cuore della città capitolina, Bettoja Hotels non arresta l’attività di restyling della struttura e annuncia la conclusione della seconda fase, che svela il sapiente lavoro dei migliori maestri del restauro e 70 nuove camere e suite Premium, già pronte ad accogliere gli ospiti.
Bettoja Hotels Collection to Eliminate Plastic Bottles on Earth Dayopens in a new tab
A day to promote environmental awareness and bring attention to the protection of the planet, Earth Day is celebrated in more than 193 countries each year. From poisoning and injuring marine life to disrupting human hormones to littering beaches and lands to congesting waste streams and landfills, plastic pollution continues to pose a great threat to the survival of the planet.
One of Italy’s most renowned family-owned hospitality groups, Bettoja Hotels Collection announces the removal of all plastic bottles beginning on Earth Day 2019. As part of the company’s ongoing commitment to progress its three iconic hotels in Rome to a new chapter in the family’s hospitality tradition which began 140 years ago, Bettoja Hotels Collection continues to make instrumental strides in enhancing the hotel group’s mission as it evolves into the future.