Hotel Massimo d’Azeglio

A Historic Hotel in the Heart of History.


In 1875 Maurizio Bettoja, passionate about wines, good food and hotels, opened a restaurant just above his wine cellar which today still hosts more than 30,000 bottles of wines and offers a unique setting for special candlelit dinners.

Since the end of 19th century, the hotel has welcomed guests in a classic setting and has preserved the original “Fin de Siecle” ambience and style.
The Massimo d’Azeglio has hosted many illustrious historical figures: the King of Serbia, the air force hero Francesco Baracca, Benito Mussolini, General Diaz, Louis Armstrong, Pier Paolo Pasolini, Fausto Coppi, Mascagni and many others.

The allusions to the Risorgimento are countless.

The hotel contains an important collection of original paintings, prints from the Risorgimento period (1860s). An autograph of the Count of Cavour, a self-portrait of Massimo d’Azeglio with three of his drawings are a testimony of the historical figures that have contributed to the unification of Italy.

5 floors

The Massimo d’Azeglio Hotel has 5 floors including one designated non-smoking floor.
It has 185 rooms and one of the most important Congress centres in Rome. The Sala Risorgimento welcomes up to 180 guests and is equipped with top technical equipment, such as amplification, audio and video recording, projection, photocopying, telephone, air conditioning, Wi-Fi internet access.
The Termini train station, the subway, the bus station and the airport shuttle are just around the corner.