Welcome to Hotel Atlantico
Overview\nThe 4 stars Atlantic Hotel welcomes its guests into a marvellous Palace of 1935 offering a pleasant and cosy atmosphere. It has a favorable location right in the centre of everything: the most important monuments and the most comfortable transport link.\n\nLocation\nThe centrally located hotel is set on the top of the Esquiline Hill. The Trevi Fountain, the Coliseum, the Opera House are within walking distance. The Underground is just around the corner, the station is very convenient for those arriving by train and the Leonardo Da Vinci Airport (Fiumicino) is simply reachable by train.\n\nRooms\nThe hotel has 65 rooms distributed over 5 floors. The wooden antique furniture offer a retrò taste to the well sized rooms alongside with the comfort and the latest technology which are seen in the details: individually controlled air-conditioning, direct dial telephone, minibar, TV with international channels and safe. The bathrooms are delightful and spacious, equipped with all comfort, with shower or bathtub, hairdryer and toiletries. Internet access and WI-FI is available in all the guest rooms.\n\nFeatures\nThere are 2 superior meeting rooms with a capacity of 65 persons equipped with amplification, audio and video recording, projection, photocopying, telephone, air conditioning. The Concierge is always keen to help its customers to meet any request, such as getting tickets to events in Rome, renting a car, request a baby-sitter. There is a secured underground garage in the basement of the hotel opened 24 hours. (fee applies) On the top floor of the Hotel Nord and of the Hotel Mediterraneo, there are two fitness areas equipped with modern implements.\n\nFood & Drink\nThe Hotel Atlantico communicates with the Hotel Mediterraneo also sharing the breakfast room, restaurants, bar and garage. The Hotel Atlantico and the Hotel Mediterraneo have a common history, elegance, style, and also an excellent restaurant proud to offer first-class dishes and high-quality wines. The restaurant is an example of pure Italian Art Decò: adorned with mosaics, especially the D'urso inspired to the hunting, boiseries and marble busts of Roman emperors.