Loquis: Hotel Mediterraneo

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Hotel Mediterraneo


Published on:  2019-05-14 10:42:00

  Open House Roma

The Hotel Mediterraneo built in 1930 by Maurizio Bettoja, and designed in 1936 by Mario Loreti for E42, is an example of rationalist architecture, and is one of the best examples of Art Deco in Rome. With 50 meters of height, 10 floors and 243 rooms, it is the tallest building in the center, and its decoration is inspired by a severe and monumental luxury, typical of the forties, and by the style of "white telephones". In the hall there are marble busts of Roman emperors, and mosaics from Capizzano depicting the story of Ulysses. The furniture is dominated by wood and marble, the theme of the sea is recurrent throughout the hotel, as in the wonderful breakfast room decorated with tritons and oak mermaids. From the splendid terrace on the tenth floor, you can enjoy a spectacular view ranging from San Pietro to the Castelli Romani.

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