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Why Plan a Company Retreat in Rome?

Here are our top reasons why you should host your next corporate retreat in Rome:

  • Culture-Forward: Italy is a proud nation, and Italians are truly passionate about their history, cuisine, and sports. 
  • Easy of Travel: Italy is very well connected by train and plane. Hosting a corporate retreat in Rome is only made easier by many of the transportation options. 
  • Various Activities: Home to some of the world's most iconic sites and dishes, making Rome the perfect destination to indulge, explore, and learn. 
  • The Food: When in Rome… Eat! 

Rome tops everyone's travel list and is the perfect destination for a company retreat being home to many of the world's greatest works of art, architecture, and gastronomy. Rome is sure to leave everyone with lasting memories of lively meals and a host of once-in-a-lifetime experiences. Being the epicenter of the Roman Empire and the birthplace of the Renaissance, this European triumph is a fountain brimming with one-of-a-kind treasures and adventure. 

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Top Corporate Retreat Venues in Rome

Hotel Villa Pamphili Roma

This modern hotel sits on the outskirts of Rome bordering the city's largest public park, Villa Doria Pamphili. Hotel Villa Pamphili Roma is a modern, laid-back urban resort in the Eternal City. The 235 tastefully appointed guestrooms blend contemporary design and art deco furnishings to create a spacious, oasis to retreat to. Here, guests can enjoy a semi-Olympic pool, and full-service spa, dine at 2 exquisite restaurants or take in the city views from the panoramic rooftop terrace. 

  • Number of Rooms: 235
  • Meeting Rooms: 16 (largest capacity 280 theatre-seating)
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Hilton Rome Eur La Lama

Hilton Rome Eur La Lama is a contemporary hotel with touches of Italian charm. Located in the EUR business district with direct access to the La Nuvola Convention Centre, this hotel is perfect for meeting-focused retreats. Sleek and modern, the 439 guestrooms offer an uncluttered and minimalist style combined with soothing colours, plush bedding, expansive windows, and premium amenities that add the finishing touches to a comfortable stay. 

  • Number of Rooms: 439
  • Meeting Rooms: 7 (largest capacity 200 theatre seating)some text
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The Westin Excelsior Rome

A historic luxury hotel located on the famous Via Veneto, one of Rome's most renowned streets. Known for its opulent décor, prime location, and exceptional service, the hotel offers a blend of classic Roman grandeur and modern comforts. This 5-star hotel features 316 elegant guestrooms, a luxe spa, an indoor pool, and 3 distinct restaurants ranging from casual to a chandelier-adorned dining room. 

  • Number of Rooms: 316
  • Meeting Rooms: 12 (largest capacity 240 theatre-seating)
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How We Can Help Your Team in Rome

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Top Corporate Retreat Activities in Rome

Activities during your company retreat in Rome should seamlessly integrate work & leisure aspects while intensifying bonding between team members.

Some Retreat Activities to Consider in Rome

Activities during your company retreat in Rome should seamlessly integrate work & leisure aspects while intensifying bonding between team members.

Italian Cooking Class

Let the team roll up their sleeves and get their hands messy in a hands-on cooking class. Led by a renowned local chef, the group will learn the traditional methods of making pasta (ravioli, gnocchi), famous sauces (arrabbiata, puttanesca), and other delizioso Italian staples. Before sitting together to share some Italian wines and taste test the dishes. 

Pinot & Painting Workshop

Let your inner Botticelli shine and channel the creativity of Di Vinci as the group takes on the challenge of painting their very own masterpiece. Hosted by a local artist the encouraging, hands-on workshop is a fun-filled way to bring the team together and ensure everyone feels a little more inspired! Workshops can be customized to work in different mediums or create a collaborative masterpiece or individual artwork. 

Vatican Art Tour

Explore one of the most famous museums in the world - The Vatican. The group, led by an English-speaking historian, will take a fascinating private tour through the collections. The Vatican is a city-state surrounded by Rome and the official site of the Pope and the Catholic Church, boasting some of the most jaw-droppingly beautiful buildings and artworks in the world. The museum's walls are covered in masterful works of art by great Italian artists such as Leonardo da Vinci and Raffaello Sanzio.

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Top Tips for a Company Retreat in Rome

Expert Advice for a Retreat in Rome

  1. Explore Italian History: Rome became the most powerful state in the world by the first century BCE and today is a living museum of its past conquests and traditions. 
  2. Come Hungry: One of the most well-known and loved cuisines in the world, indulging in fine Italian dishes and wine is a must! 
  3. Visit in the Shoulder Months: Visit in the shoulder months (Spring or Autumn) to avoid large crowds and extreme heat. 
  4. Dress Code: Rome is filled with sacred sites and when visiting any churches it is mandatory to cover your shoulders and knees, and you must wear shoes.
  5. Public Restrooms: When out and about touring the city make sure to have a few spare Euros as it's common to pay about pay 2€ to use public restrooms. 

Any Other Considerations for an Offsite in Rome

Rome is a relatively safe destination. However, like any major city, you are urged to stay vigilant in crowded areas, keep your belongings secure, and be cautious of pickpockets, particularly in tourist hotspots and on public transportation.

Rome and Italy as a whole are known to accept and welcome the LGBTQ+ community and minority groups. 

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FAQs

Corporate Retreat FAQ

Are work retreats worth it?
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Definitively, yes. Work retreats allocate time and space for teams to break free from the everyday routine, encouraging innovation and creativity. These getaways promote deeper relationships among employees while fueling their productivity back in the office.

How much do companies spend on retreats?
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Company spending on corporate retreats can dramatically vary depending on factors such as location, size of the team, activities planned, and accommodation type. Often the budget ranges from a few thousand dollars to tens of thousands. Take a look at our budgeting cheat sheet to learn more. 

How long should a corporate retreat last?
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Generally, corporate retreats tend to fall within 2-5 days including travel time. The duration depends largely on the goals you aim to achieve from the event — whether it's strategic planning or strengthening employee relationships.

What is the importance of corporate retreats?
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Corporate retreats are essential for enhancing team bonding, morale boosting, breaking deadlock situations in projects or negotiations, revisiting shared goals and celebrating achievements together. They provide an exclusive environment away from regular work stress where people can rejuvenate while getting a broader perspective on company objectives.

What would be the average budget for a corporate retreat?
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This again hugely varies but according to some market sources; small businesses might anticipate investing $500-$1000 per person whereas larger enterprises may cater budgets around $2000-$5000 per participant inclusive of flights & accommodations along with food & activities.

How do you choose a corporate retreat destination?
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It involves considering various factors like ease of transportation, total distance participants need to travel, overall cost-efficiency and types of available facilities. Always remember to customize the location depending upon your specific retreat goals.

What is the best way to plan a remote company retreat?
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Start by setting clear objectives for the retreat. Next, determine activities that align with these goals — this can range from professional development workshops to leisure and bonding opportunities. Establishing rules for engagement can further ensure a rewarding experience.

What's the best way to find corporate retreat facilities?
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Online research is a great starting point. Beyond that, you might want to tap into your professional network or, even better, consult corporate retreat planners who are familiar with various locations, venues, and itineraries that would be ideally suited to your company.

All-inclusive retreat locations for my organization
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Resorts often offer all-inclusive packages designed specifically for corporations which include accommodation, food services along with team-building exercises in their diverse amenities like golf courses or spas.

Company retreat ideas?
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The possibilities are endless. Team building games, skill-sharing sessions, wellness and mindfulness seminars, problem solving challenges and culinary competitions are some of quite popular ideas among many others.

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Meet Some of Our Retreat Experts

Amanda LeGresley
TRAVEL OPERATIONS MANAGER
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Keswick, ON

Amanda brings her keen eye for travel and event planning to our Operations Team, bolstered by over a decade of experience managing events for the Toronto Film Festival and other swanky clientele across Canada (she's fancy like that).

Her passion for creating memorable experiences (particularly around a great meal) makes her the perfect fit as an Operations Manager, planning awe-inspiring events for our clients.

In her spare time, Amanda loves exploring the great outdoors either on the road with the sunroof down, or on the ATV trails near her hometown of Keswick, Ontario. Indoors, she's known for being a bit of a 'sushi savant', and kicking back on the couch with the latest Reality TV with her dog, Rebel.

Andrew Hercus
TRAVEL OPERATIONS MANAGER
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Canmore, AB

Our resident "Mountain Man", if there's a job in the wild, chances are Andrew's had it. Ski Patrol? Check. Whitewater Kayak Instructor? Check. Spartan Race Medic? Somehow, even that too.  To say he's big on the great outdoors (and every Canadian cliche) is an understatement. Andrew lives, breathes, and (literally) eats the wilderness.

Andrew joins the Moniker team from his home within the Rocky Mountains, in Canmore, AB, leading the Trip Planning & Operations team where he brings his talents to coordinating gobs of detail and data into seamless execution of our retreats. He's also a licensed Medic which comes in handy when our guests have a little too much fun on destination!

Casey Cogan
TRAVEL OPERATIONS MANAGER
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Ottawa, ON

Hailing from the nation's capital, Casey joins us as an Operations Manager to ensure every Moniker program is perfectly planned.

With a keen eye for the details, and a self-proclaimed overachieving perfectionist, we're lucky to have her on our team. Casey's got a sweet tooth and a soft spot for unique handbags, and is always on the hunt to add to her collection during her travels around the globe.

Amanda LeGresley
TRAVEL OPERATIONS MANAGER
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Location Pin
Keswick, ON

Amanda brings her keen eye for travel and event planning to our Operations Team, bolstered by over a decade of experience managing events for the Toronto Film Festival and other swanky clientele across Canada (she's fancy like that).

Her passion for creating memorable experiences (particularly around a great meal) makes her the perfect fit as an Operations Manager, planning awe-inspiring events for our clients.

In her spare time, Amanda loves exploring the great outdoors either on the road with the sunroof down, or on the ATV trails near her hometown of Keswick, Ontario. Indoors, she's known for being a bit of a 'sushi savant', and kicking back on the couch with the latest Reality TV with her dog, Rebel.

Andrew Hercus
TRAVEL OPERATIONS MANAGER
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Location Pin
Canmore, AB

Our resident "Mountain Man", if there's a job in the wild, chances are Andrew's had it. Ski Patrol? Check. Whitewater Kayak Instructor? Check. Spartan Race Medic? Somehow, even that too.  To say he's big on the great outdoors (and every Canadian cliche) is an understatement. Andrew lives, breathes, and (literally) eats the wilderness.

Andrew joins the Moniker team from his home within the Rocky Mountains, in Canmore, AB, leading the Trip Planning & Operations team where he brings his talents to coordinating gobs of detail and data into seamless execution of our retreats. He's also a licensed Medic which comes in handy when our guests have a little too much fun on destination!

Casey Cogan
TRAVEL OPERATIONS MANAGER
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Location Pin
Ottawa, ON

Hailing from the nation's capital, Casey joins us as an Operations Manager to ensure every Moniker program is perfectly planned.

With a keen eye for the details, and a self-proclaimed overachieving perfectionist, we're lucky to have her on our team. Casey's got a sweet tooth and a soft spot for unique handbags, and is always on the hunt to add to her collection during her travels around the globe.

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