If you watched the Young Pope you may have noticed that some of it was filmed in Bettoja’s Hotel Mediterraneo. Its art deco design and stunning lobby with red carpet made the perfect background for an encounter with the young pontiff. This is not the first time the Bettoja Hotels have been used as a backdrop. Valentino shot one of his catalogs here as well.
To celebrate the Easter season, the Bettoja Hotels are making a visit even more affordable by extending a 10% discount on any three-night stay and up to 25% off for a non-refundable or early booking made 30 days prior to arrival. A double room at Hotel Mediterraneo can be booked for as little 274 Euros per night and 252 Euros at the Massimo D’Azeglio using the non-refundable offer.
To tempt culture vulture clients, the hotel will offer a free pass to a nearby museum, Scuderie del Quirinale or Palazzo delle Esposizioni.
The Bettoja Hotel group, Hotel Mediterraneo, Hotel Massimo D’Azeglio and Atlantico, has grown through five generations of Bettojas, establishing itself as one of the oldest family- owned hotel groups in Italy. Book families and friends at one of the group’s newly renovated large rooms accommodating up to four people or connecting rooms accommodating up to six, a rare find in the Eternal City where rooms usually run small.