Rome is the capital of Italy and is the city with the highest number of historical and architectural riches in the world. It has an amazing heritage spanning thousands of years and is the perfect place for any budding historian to visit.

However, if you have come to Rome on business you will want to make sure that you choose the right hotel to host conferences, meetings and events. Rome is a central business hub and there is plenty going on in Rome at all times of the year. Hotels will be more than happy to cater for your business needs.

One example of a great business central hotel is the Rome Hotel Bernini Bristol, which is built in one of the most famous streets in Rome. If you need to stay in the city, this hotel has 127 rooms and the suites all come fully equipped with the latest in entertainment technology and comfort accessories. For informal business chats, the hotel has several terraces that are dedicated to conversation. You can also enjoy its food, with gourmet authentic Italian cuisine food on offer from the restaurant and a range of wines at the bar.
The hotel also has conference facilities ideal for larger meetings.

Another ideal hotel, perfect for business travellers is the Barcelo Aran Mantegna. This is a modern structure, fitted with advanced technology and is well suited to business trips. The hotel is also easy access to major modes of travel, making it ideal for a conference you are hosting. The conference space itself is very flexible to your needs and capable of supporting a variety of events. On site is also a La Brasserie restaurant and a bar which provides a perfect space for meeting colleagues in a relaxed setting.
Other ideal hotels for business include The BEST WESTERN PLUS Art Hotel Noba, The Hotel de Russie, Hotel Delle Nazioni and Hotel Meeting.

Not in Rome for business? Choosing just a few of Rome’s amazing tourist attractions is difficult, there is such a variety to pick from. If you can find time to see the Vatican City and the Sistine Chapel then they are certainly a must, as well as the Colosseo (The Colosseum) and Trevi Fountain. There are also a large number of art galleries worth a visit, with Italy having played home to many famous artists throughout history.

Rome is a great city to visit all year round and can help arrange the perfect trip for you. There are also a number of festivals which take place throughout the year in Rome from the Estate Romana, a major arts festival which runs from June to September to the popular outdoors festivals such as the Donna Sotto le Stelle open-air fashion festival in July.