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Dining

A taste of tradition in the heart of the city

Guests of the Atlantico can benefit from the rooftop restaurant and bar located in the neighbouring Hotel Mediterraneo. The Rooftop offers breath-taking views of the city, where guests can enjoy a glass of prosecco at sunset or enjoy dinner with a wide choice of seafood and regional Italian dishes with a modern twist. For more traditional Roman cuisine, guests can visit the Massimo d’Azeglio just across the street. Both restaurants have a relaxed atmosphere, well-stocked bars, and accommodate vegetarian and vegan options.

Polene Breakfast Room

Open from 6.30 to 10.30 am to offer full American Breakfast with a rich array of cereals, fresh fruit, tasty baked croissants, fruit juices, typical Italian bread, salads and more.

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Roof Garden “La Terrazza” Bettoja

At the 10th floor of the hotel, on Rome’s highest hill, the Esquilino, the amazing roofgarden with a breathtaking view welcomes guests to “La Terrazza” del Mediterraneo Restaurant & Bar.

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Massimo D’Azeglio Restaurant

Since 1875, the Massimo d’Azeglio Restaurant is one of the oldest restaurants in Rome. Still patronized by locals as one of the original establishments serving genuine Piedmont dishes, authentic Roman pasta and an international classic menu.

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Bar 21

A celebration of Art Deco, the invitation to explore tastes through the ages. To enjoy a glass of red wine, a quick snack during your walking tour or a relaxing moment at the end of business day. 

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Bar Cavour

The aura of important states men, artists and musicians through the years is still alive. Do not miss the opportunity to get a famous Espresso in the same sofa of Mascagni or Roger Waters. Open from 10.00 am- 00.00 am.

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Bettoja Wine Cellar

Discover this unique secret venue in Rome. 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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