Bettoja Hotel Massimo d'Azeglio
A century-long tradition of hospitality
Since the end of the 19th century, Hotel Massimo D’Azeglio has welcomed guests in a well-preserved and authentic “Fin de Siècle” atmosphere. Our heritage building has hosted a variety of illustrious historical figures: the King of Serbia, the WW 1 air force hero Francesco Baracca, Benito Mussolini, General Diaz, Louis Armstrong, Pier Paolo Pasolini, Fausto Coppi, Mascagni and many others. Thanks to its charming and historic atmosphere, Hotel Massimo d’Azeglio continues to attract distinguished visitors.
This historic hotel in Rome contains an important collection of artefacts, including prints from the Risorgimento, an autograph of the Count of Cavour, a romantic painting painted by Massimo d’Azeglio himself, “La Vendetta”, his own self-portrait, and many portraits of the historical figures that have contributed to the unification of Italy.
The Hotel Massimo d'Azeglio
Select from a wide range of 185 rooms at our family run hotel in Rome. Our Classic Rooms and Superior Rooms are spacious and bright, with wood floors, classic furniture, high ceilings and wide windows. Tradition and innovation are harmoniously combined in our rooms, with great attention to detail.
Impressed by the view, delighted by the tastes
In our unique restaurant in Rome at the Massimo D’Azeglio Hotel we carefully select local products to create traditional and genuine recipes. We’re always attentive to freshness, simplicity and showing respect to our culinary tradition. Our maîtres await you with their super tasty suggestions!
Our Excellent Location
Reassuringly central, yet hidden from the bustle of capital streets, in the real heart of the Eternal City. You’ll get the best of everything from your stay. The tranquility of Santa Maria Maggiore, the buzz of central Via Cavour, elegant Via Nazionale and glittering Monti neighborhood. All just a stone throw away.
Since the end of the 19th century, the 4-star Massimo d’Azeglio has welcomed guests in a classical setting which has preserved the original “Fin de Siècle” ambience and style.