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Celebrate Pasqua and Primavera in Rome
Great Exchange Rates Plus Special Offers.
AT THE BETTOJA HOTELS


Rome, Italy, March 2017…Spring is the best time to be in Rome for families, friends… weather is perfect, sun is warm, flowers are everywhere and this year the prices are right.  Also, museums and historic sites offer special admissions and the cultural calendar brims with enticing choices. It is a time for strolling and dining alfresco and witnessing the flowers blooming in the Borghese Gardens…the perfect time to take family and friends to one of the most beautiful cities in the world. 

Families and friends will take advantage of Bettoja's newly renovated large room accomodating up to four people or conncecting rooms accommodating up to six. This is a rare find in Rome where rooms are usually too small for families or small groups.


To celebrate this remarkable time of year, the Bettoja Hotels www.bettojahotels.com 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.

And to tempt your cultural side, the hotel will offer a free pass to either museum: Scuderie del Quirinale http://english.scuderiequirinale.it/Home.aspx or Palazzo delle  Esposizioni https://translate.google.com/translate?hl=en&sl=it&u=http://english.palazzoesposizioni.it/&prev=search.  This offer is available at all three hotels.

Spring is also the best time for walkers to explore Rome’s ancient streets.  The Bettoja family, long time Romans, loves to share their intimate knowledge of the city and have produced printed walking tours (Roma a Piedi) available at the front desk.  These itineraries will take you through Byzantine, Christian, Jewish Rome and through the hidden antique district near Piazza Navona. Walkers will be transported back in time while discovering hidden treasures that visitors rarely see.

And for shoppers don’t forget to ask the concierge for directions to the nearby Monti District filled with stores selling an eclectic mix of vintage, handmade clothes, jewelry, and crafts!  Between the Bettoja Hotels and the Coliseum and Forum you’ll find, the main shopping streets of the Monti: Via del Boschetto, Via dei Serpenti, Via Leonina, Via Panisperna and the side streets that connect them. http://www.inromenow.com/site%20templates/ShopFashMonti.html

Spring also means dining alfresco on the rooftop terrace at the Bettoja’s Hotel Mediterraneo.  Or maybe a cocktail or aperitif while taking in one of the most beautiful views of Rome.  Foodies may want to try the menu at Massimo D’Azegio across the street, known for its serious Roman Cuisine.   And of course there are hundreds of nearby cafes for a light lunch, cappuccino and of course for people watching.

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. All hotels are situated on the top of the “Monti” on Esquilino Hill within walking distance to most major sites. Good food and warm personal service has always been the Bettoja mantra through five centuries.  The family and staff have not wavered from their promise to maintain high standards and good value…especially in the Spring!
 

For reservations, contact:
e-mail: reservations@bettojahotels.com : web site: www.bettojahotels.com  
Bettoja Hotels 800-783-6904, Fax: 212-860-4544.


For press information, contact: Martha Morano, Morano Public Relations
212-860-5566, martha@moranopr.com, www.moranopr.com

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