Bettoja`s latest brochure

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Bettoja`s latest brochure
BETTOJA HOTELS
ROME
mediterraneo★★★★s
massimo d’azeglio★★★★
atlantico★★★★
nord nuova roma★★★s
MEDITERRANEO/MASSIMO D’AZEGLIO/ATLANTICO/NORD
Maurizio Bettoja, a wine merchant from
Northern Italy, settled in Rome in 1875. Soon after
he opened the Massimo d’Azeglio restaurant above
his wine cellars on the via Cavour. By 1878, under
the direction of his son Angelo, the restaurant
had grown into the Massimo d’Azeglio Hotel.
Today, the cellars, still lined with thousands of
bottles of personally selected wines, are the scene
of delightful candlelit parties. The restaurant,
as popular as ever for its delectable authentic
Italian cuisine, draws patrons from all over Rome.
In 1928 Angelo’s son Maurizio, and father of
today’s Angelo, the fourth generation president,
became president. By that time two hotels across
the via Cavour had been added to the firm,
the Atlantico, and the adjoining Mediterraneo,
flagship of the chain, a monument of the Italian
Déco style. In 1935, the Nord Nuova Roma was built,
a half block away on the via Amendola.
Today the Bettoja Hotels are one of the few
This is an exceptional group of hotels which
family-owned groups in Italy with a capacity of
offers a variety of accommodations, reasonably
about 661 rooms, ranging from deluxe penthouse
priced, and conveniently located. They are just
suites in the superior first class Mediterraneo,
a block away from the railroad, airline train
to standard singles in the three star Nord.
terminal, public transport hub, and metro.
The Bettoja tradition of good food and service
The Bettoja Hotels in Rome are within walking
has continued through the five generations. Many
distance of the most important archeological
of the present staff are second, third, and even
sites, such as the Forum and Colosseum, of the
fourth generation. The concierges have earned
Opera House, Roman Archeological Museum,
a reputation for courtesy and knowledge.
the via Veneto, Spanish Steps.
is located in the center of the city:
on the Esquilino Hill, the highest
of the seven hills of Rome.
The elegant penthouse suites of the
Mediterraneo command a sweeping view
ROME
The Italian Art Déco Mediterraneo
of the city of Rome.
The Roof Garden BAR & REstaurant
“La Terrazza” has a panoramic view of Rome
from its flowered terrace.
251 Rooms
100 m Train Station
100 m Airline Train Terminal
Air Conditioning
Garage
Restaurant
Bar
Minibar
Satellite TV
ROOF GARDEN BAR & RESTAURANT
fitness center
FREE WI-FI
Phone +39 06 4884051 - 06 4814276
Fax +39 06 4744105
Via Cavour, 15 - 00184 Rome
www.bettojahotelS.it
GDS CodeS
AMADEUS
WVROMMED
SABRE
WV6957
GALILEO
WV48659
WORLDSPAN
WV20748
The Hotel Mediterraneo is one of the most
notable, handsome, and well preserved
examples of Italian Art Déco in Rome. Built
between 1938 and 1942-44 by architect and
designer Mario Loreti, it was meant for
the 1942 World Fair - the E42, whose
fairgrounds were to be the showpiece of
the Fascist Régime, and its rebuilding was
declared of national importance and part of
the E42 building plan: it was not only allowed
to exceed the height allowed by the zoning
laws (it still is the highest building in the
ROME
center of Rome), but
other buildings and
areas were expropriated
to allow its
expansion. The
Mediterraneo was to host the
E42 official guests, and the Crown Prince was
to be present at the opening; but, as war swept
across Italy, its first guests were the U.S.
officers, with Irving Berlin and his famous
show “This is the army”…
The architecture, furniture, and decorations
of the Mediterraneo have been included in
exhibitions and books on the Italian
Art Déco style.
Those who appreciate
the arts of the ‘30s and
‘40s will find one of its
best preserved examples
of interiors
in the high style
of the period.
has provided traditional hospitality
to its numerous Italian and Foreign
guests. Although through the years
it has been refurbished many times.
the hotel has maintained its “turn of
ROME
Since 1875 the Hotel Massimo d’Azeglio
the century” character. Its halls, bar
and restaurant house an important
collection of paintings and prints
of the Italian “Risorgimento”.
The wood paneled Restaurant, with its
famous wine cellar, is one of the best
known in the city. The Massimo
d’Azeglio Restaurant and Hotel has
been included amongst the historic
places of Italy.
184 Rooms
100 m Train Station
100 m Airline Train Terminal
Air Conditioning
Garage
Restaurant
Bar
Minibar
Satellite TV
FREE WI-FI
Phone +39 06 4620561 - 06 4870270
Fax +39 06 4827386
Via Cavour, 18 - 00184 Rome
www.bettojahotelS.it
GDS CodeS
AMADEUS
WVROMETT
SABRE
WV6933
GALILEO
WV48658
WORLDSPAN
WV20747
ROME
pleasant atmosphere and decor,
offer quiet and comfortable
hospitality.
Like the other Bettoja Hotels,
it is in the center of Rome.
ROME
The Atlantico’s rooms, with its
The bar and restaurant of the
Mediterraneo, which are connected
to the Atlantico, welcome
the Hotel’s guests.
69 Rooms
100 m Train Station
100 m Airline Train Terminal
Air Conditioning
Garage
Restaurant
Bar
Minibar
Satellite TV
ROOF GARDEN BAR & RESTAURANT
fitness center
FREE WI-FI
Phone +39 06 485951
Fax +39 06 4827492
Via Cavour, 23 - 00184 Rome
www.bettojahotelS.it
GDS CodeS
AMADEUS
WVROMBET
SABRE
WV6762
GALILEO
WV48678
WORLDSPAN
WV20751
ROME
is located in the center of Rome.
It faces the new Roman Archeological
Museum and is across the square
from the Museum of the Baths of
Diocletian and the Opera House,
ROME
The recently refurbished hotel Nord
and is within walking distance
from the Railroad Station.
Its charming roof garden, “La Limonaia”,
overlooks the baths of Diocletian.
157 Rooms
100 m Train Station
100 m Airline Train Terminal
Air Conditioning
Garage
Restaurant
Bar
Minibar
Satellite TV
ROOF GARDEN
fitness center
FREE WI-FI
Phone +39 06 4885441
Fax +39 06 4817163
Via G. Amendola, 3 - 00185 Rome
www.bettojahotelS.it
GDS CodeS
AMADEUS
WVROMOJA
SABRE
WV6571
GALILEO
WV48657
WORLDSPAN
WV20746
ROME
MEETINGS
&
CONVENTIONS
The Bettoja Hotels
offer fully
equipped facilities
for meetings
and conventions
from 180 folding
seats to 10
person board
rooms.
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BETTOJA
HOTELS
S. MARY
MAJOR
FORUM
COLOSSEUM
S. JOHN IN
LATERAN
SALES AND RESERVATIONS OFFICE
BETTOJA HOTELS
Via Cavour, 18 - 00184 Rome
Phone +39 06 4814798 - 06 4883288 - Fax +39 06 4824976
National Toll free 800-860004
e-mail: [email protected] - www.bettojahotels.it
BETTOJA HOTELS REPRESENTATIVES:
United Stases
travel maketing solution
US Toll free 800 783 6904
e-mail: [email protected]
ON ALL MAJOR GDS SYSTEMS
HOTEL
AMADEUS
SABRE
GALILEO
WORLDSPAN
Mediterraneo
WVROMMED
WV6957
WV48659
WV20748
Massimo d’Azeglio
WVROMETT
WV6933
WV48658
WV20747
Atlantico
WVROMBET
WV6762
WV48678
WV20751
Nord Nuova Roma
WVROMOJA
WV6571
WV48657
WV20746

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