One of Italy’s most renowned family-owned hospitality groups, Bettoja Hotels announces the completion of an extensive renovation of its Congress Conference Center increasing its total meeting space capacity to 19,375 square feet. The Congress Conference Center has been renewed and is now operational and equipped with the most modern technologies and features. The addition to the total meeting space capacity of the three hotels, and their central location makes Bettoja Hotels one of the most strategic meeting centers in Rome. To welcome business travelers from around the world, Bettoja Hotels just launched a new special promotion to meeting planners across its three hotels.
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Bettoja Hotels continue to make instrumental strides in enhancing the hotel group’s structure as it evolves into the future, commencing a new chapter in the family’s hospitality tradition, which began over 140 years ago. Under the chairmanship of Maurizio Bettoja, President of Bettoja Hotels, the three monumental hotels, Hotel Mediterraneo, Hotel Massimo d’Azeglio and Hotel Atlantico, continue the hospitality group’s extensive redesign. Spanning five generations, there are a total of 493 rooms shared amongst the three hotels, and the Bettoja family has renewed their commitment to their guests and the hospitality industry by beginning a 20 million-Euro renovation across all hotels. The renovation began in the summer of 2018 and will continue over the next several years.
To celebrate its renovated Congress Conference Center, Bettoja Hotels is offering a “Business Day Offer” at its three hotels in the heart of Rome’s city center. For 55 euros per person, the offer includes meeting room rental, two coffee breaks, one light buffet lunch, table amenities and conference equipment, free dedicated Wi-Fi and room rates starting at just 90 euros per night (VAT and breakfast buffet included). Meeting planners can choose among 12 modern meeting rooms across the three hotels. This special offer is valid from November 1st, 2019 until March 31st, 2020 and a minimum of 20 participants is required. For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org or via the website.
With its prime location just 650 feet from Rome’s Termini train station, Bettoja Hotels is perfectly situated to all the major attractions within the city. An ideal choice for business meetings and conferences, there are 12 meeting and event rooms, two restaurants including a rooftop restaurant and bar, two bars and 493 rooms among the three hotels. The renovated meeting rooms and spaces are equipped with the latest audiovisual technologies featuring state-of-the-art audio equipment, video projector with connection Tri-standard, VHS, slide projectors, computers, Bose surround sound and Wi-Fi high speed internet access. Additional services such as simultaneous translators, interpreters, secretarial services and more are available upon request.
For those who wish to book a room for a private event or a business conference, there is a diverse array of options. Whether you favor aesthetics or functionality, Bettoja Hotels has the perfect space for you. Choose between the elegant and beautifully preserved period interiors as found in the Sala delle Polene, Sala Caminetto, and Sala delle Mappe, or the more modern meeting rooms and spaces equipped with Laser HD projectors, electric screens, Bose audio systems, fiber optic Wi-Fi 10 Mbit to host the perfect event.
The hotel group consists of three hotels located in the heart of Rome on Via Cavour – all within walking distance of each other. Its flagship property, Hotel Mediterraneo was built in 1938 and blends museum-worthy Art Deco design and stylish furnishings with historical touchstones such as maps, prints and marble busts of Roman emperors. The hotel’s seven new meeting rooms can host up to 120 people in theater style. Hotel Mediterraneo offers 242 rooms, a fitness center, one lobby bar and one rooftop restaurant and bar. With incredible views of the city, the Roof Garden Restaurant & Bar and host 70 people for a cocktail reception and 60 people for a seated lunch or dinner. The nearby Hotel Massimo d’Azeglio has 185 rooms with a special focus on history and houses original paintings from the 1860s Risorgimento period. With three modern meeting rooms, Hotel Massimo d’Azeglio can host 180 people in theater style and offers 185 rooms, one historic restaurant and an ancient wine cellar that can host 80 people for a cocktail reception and 60 people for a seated event. The more intimate Hotel Atlantico is connected to the Hotel Mediterraneo and offers 65 rooms, three meeting rooms with natural light with the capacity to host up to 55 people in theater style.
“The Bettoja family has always believed in hospitality and offers a perfect mix of tradition and innovation in Rome. Last year we began the restyling of our rooms to keep in step with the technology and innovation that dominates the market while preserving the aesthetic that characterize our hotels,” states Maurizio Bettoja, President of Bettoja Hotels.
The history of hospitality signed by Bettoja Hotels was born in Rome in 1878 and has never stopped, bringing through time and trends 140 years of services dedicated to hospitality with an all-Italian reception. After being the first hotel to offer air conditioning in Rome and having passed through the city’s historical highlights, Bettoja Hotels becomes a true “art collection” to be experienced during guests’ stay, whether business or pleasure, complete with the most modern technologies and amenities.
About Bettoja Hotels
Founded in 1878, the Bettoja Hotels is a family-owned hospitality company spanning five generations with a long-standing tradition of hospitality. The hotel group consists of three hotels located in the heart of Rome on Via Cavour – all within walking distance of each other. Its flagship property, Hotel Mediterraneo was built in 1938 and blends museum-worthy Art Deco design and stylish furnishings with historical touchstones such as maps, prints and marble busts of Roman emperors. Set on Esquiline Hill, the highest of Rome’s seven hills, the ten-story hotel is among the highest buildings in Rome’s center and affords sweeping views of the city from its rooftop bar and terrace suites. The hotel’s spacious 245 rooms vary in décor and all feature high ceilings and modern, new marble bathrooms. Free Wi-Fi and a fitness center are also available to all guests. The hotel’s new meeting rooms can host up to 120 people in theater style. The nearby Hotel Massimo d’Azeglio has 185 rooms with a special focus on history and houses original paintings from the 1860s Risorgimento (unification) period. The artwork focuses on the historical figures who were part of this movement, such as Massimo D’Azeglio, the hotel’s namesake, who was a statesman, painter and writer. With three modern meeting rooms, Hotel Massimo D’Azeglio can host 180 people in theater style. The more intimate Hotel Atlantico is connected to the Hotel Mediterraneo and offers 65 rooms, three meeting rooms with natural light with the capacity to host up to 45 people in theater style.Ristorante Massimo d’Azeglio is located in Hotel Massimo D’Azeglio and is recognized for its ancient wine cellar with more than 1800 bottles including precious labels. The wine cellar’s intimate setting is perfect for wine tastings and private events with the capacity for up to 70 people seated or standing. Hotel Mediterraneo’s Roof Garden Restaurant and Bar is located on the 10th floor and provides an unforgettable city view.All hotels offer 24-hour concierge service, room service, complimentary Wi-Fi and rates include buffet breakfast, hotel tax and service. www.bettojahotels.it
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