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One of the most traditional restaurant in the heart of Rome

The Finest Italian Flavours from the 19th-century

The Massimo d’Azeglio restaurant has been open since the 1878, it is Member of the Association of “The Historic Restaurants of Italy”, and it is one of the oldest restaurants of Rome. The Massimo D’Azeglio Restaurant offers a selection of Piedmontese and roman specialities, and a wide wine list. An unique tradition is the boiled meat, served with mustard and green sauce. A careful service and an historical atmosphere make this place warm and welcoming.

Massimo d’Azeglio Restaurant

Open since 1875, the Massimo d’Azeglio Restaurant is one of the most longstanding restaurants in Rome. Favored by guests and locals alike, the restaurant serves genuine Piedmont dishes, authentic Roman pasta, and a number of world recipes.

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Bettoja Wine Cellar

Discover this secret venue available for private hire

Located in the basement of the Hotel Massimo d’Azeglio, the Bettoja Wine Cellar is an authentic underground cellar complete with classic wooden shelving, original wine barrels and the “dust of history”.

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“Spagnola” Breakfast Room

Open from 6.30 to 10.30 am to offer a delicious American Breakfast with a rich array of cereals, fresh fruit, tasty baked croissants, fruit juices, Typical Italian bread, salads and more. This original room reflects the Spanish art tradition.

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Sala Umberto

Customers of the Massimo d’Azeglio have access to a full breakfast buffet served in the elegant ‘Sala Umberto’

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Room Service

At your disposal with different menu options:
Bar 10.30 am /11.30 pm - Variety of Beverages & tasty snacks 
Lunch 12.30 pm /3.00 pm
Dinner 7.00 pm/10.30 pm

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Bar Cavour

Walk the same halls as important State-men, artists and musicians who walked these halls.

Do not miss the opportunity to get a famous Espresso on the same sofa as Mascagni or Roger Waters.

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