Set atop Esquilline, the highest of Rome’s seven hills, this hotel will delight with its Art Deco charm and original features dotted throughout. Traditionally styled with a retro twist, the rooms also feature wooden antique furnishings and air-conditioning. Conveniently, the hotel shares a breakfast room, restaurant, bar and rooftop terrace with breathtaking views over Rome, with its neighbouring hotel. Termini station is just around the corner with easy access to the Vatican City and Trevi Fountain within walking distance.
Why we recommend the Bettoja Hotel Atlantico
- Central location close to transport
- Easy walk from shops, restaurants and attractions
- Rooftop terrace dining with superb views
- Complimentary daily breakfast and Wi-Fi
- On-site fitness centre
Attractions near the Bettoja Hotel Atlantico
The best vantage point
Built on top of Esquilline Hill, the highest of Rome's 'Seven Hills', the Hotel Atlantico gives you the perfect spot for enjoying sweeping views across the city. Make the most of this position to admire the panorama from way up high at the hotel's picturesque terrace restaurant.
This is an idyllic setting to enjoy a romantic dinner and reflect on all the unique sights and experiences enjoyed throughout the day, while you gaze across Rome's city skyline.
Tread in the footsteps of Ancient Romans
The Roman Forum was once the political, cultural and religious centre of Ancient Rome. Nestled between Palentine Hill and Capitoline Hill, the site is now comprised of extensive ruins that were the important public buildings and temples during their time. Stroll around this fascinating ancient area to imagine what life would have been like with chariots gliding past 2000 years ago.
There's a lot to see including the best-preserved ruins of the Arch of Titus, the Arch of Spetimus Severus and the Temple of Romulus. With a little imagination or with a tour guide to help put you in the picture, you can experience the grandeur of Ancient Roman public life.