Hotel Atlantico

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The Hotel Atlantico, a four-star hotel in Rome, welcomes its guests into a 1935 building built on the highest of Rome's seven hills, the Esquilino.

Due to its central location in the heart of Rome and near the Termini Railway Station, the many interesting sites in Rome such as Trevi Fountain, the Coliseum, the Imperial Forums, and the National Roman Museum are but a short walk away.

The Hotel Atlantico is connected to Hotel Mediterraneo (another member of the Bettoja Hotel Group) through an inside stairway from the lobby. Guests are invited to take advantage of all the services including restaurant, bar, breakfast room and garage offered in the Hotel Mediterraneo.

The interior design of the 69 rooms at Hotel Atlantico in Rome, distributed over five floors, has features inspired by the Italian Art Deco style. The rooms, some of which are particularly spacious, are comfortably furnished with 30’s and 40’s pieces, have hardwood floors, providing their guests with an old world atmosphere. All rooms are equipped with individual air conditioning controls, telephone, mini-bar, color TV with international channels, an in-room safe and WI-FI system for easy Internet connections.

The Hotel Atlantico can host conferences up to 50 people in each of its two conference rooms equipped with state-of-the-art audio and video technology.

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Hotel Atlantico
Via Cavour, 23
Roma 00184

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