Enjoy a taste of tradition at Massimo d’Azeglio Restaurant
The finest italian flavours from the 19th-century
Our culinary history begins with the opening of the Massimo d’Azeglio Restaurant, in 1878, which boasts a long tradition in serving fine food and wine. Member of the Association of “The Historic Restaurants of Italy”, favored by guests and locals alike, serves genuine Piedmont dishes, authentic Roman cuisine, and a number of world recipes. Let the Bettoja Hotels Maître Piero and Andrea help you choose between the delicious dishes based on traditional regional recipes created by our Chef Renzo Di Filippo and Antonio Vitale.
The Sala Mosaico takes its name from the imposing mosaic depicting a hunting scene located at the end of the room. Guests staying in Hotel Mediterraneo or Atlantico may choose to have their breakfast here or in the Polene breakfast room included in the price of their room, or for an additional fee guests can enjoy a breakfast with a view up on the 10th floor.
Open from 6.30 to 10.30 am to offer a full American Breakfast with a rich array of cereals, fresh fruit, tasty baked croissants, fruit juices, typical Italian bread, salads and more.
The stunning room is embellished with original Vietri hand painted ceramic floors and features marine details such as tritons and mermaids carved in oak- recalling the name of the Hotel Mediterraneo.