Designed by Art Deco Architect Mario Loreti in 1938, it sits on top of Esquilino Hill, the highest of Romes Seven Hills, offering unparalleled views of Rome. Inspired by the name Mediterraneo, the marine theme can be enjoyed throughout its 50 meters high 10 floors and 245 rooms. With its central location, a few steps from the Termini train station, guests staying at Hotel Mediterraneo can walk to all of the most iconic monuments and attractions in the city.
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