The capital of the Roman empire, the eternal city is famous the world over for the Trevi Fountain, the Forum and four major basilicas. Are you looking to organise a corporate event in the Italian capital? Our hotel, the 9Hotel Cesàri, is located in the very centre of Rome, just a few minutes’ walk from some of the city’s most beautiful monuments and most famous piazzas.
The 9Hotel Cesàri is ideally located in Rome, between the Pantheon and the Trevi Fountain, a few blocks from Piazza Venezia, the Forum and the Coliseum, on the left bank of the Tiber. It sits among the Roman remains of the Italian capital looking across the river to the Vatican. It is an ideal location for organising events in Rome as part of a corporate seminar or for bringing your employees together or offering customers an idyllic setting. A complete range of guided tours of the storied and ancient city and its most beautiful monuments are available around the hotel and are easily accessible, on foot or by bike, car or metro.
Everyone still remembers the most famous scene in the filmography of the great Italian director Federico Fellini. The extraordinary location in that scene, the Trevi Fountain, continues to attract visitors and tourists from around the world. As the 9Hotel Cesàri is located a stone’s throw from Piazza di Trevi, home to the Trevi Fountain and its pool topped by baroque sculptures inspired by Bernini, guests will be able to enjoy it at night when the crowds dwindle and peacefulness returns. With Rome understandably attracting a host of tourists and art and history lovers from all over the world, it can be refreshing to explore certain parts of the city at more quiet times and infuse your stroll with an air of dolce vita. This is a major advantage of staying at a hotel in the very centre of the ancient city.
Rome is the capital of the Christian world and home to the Vatican State and the exceptional St. Peter’s Basilica. The second of Rome’s four major basilicas, St. Peter’s was built on the site of the tomb of Saint Peter, the very first pope, itself built on top of the ancient circus of Caligula and Neron, where the first Christians were martyred. St. Peter’s may be the largest Catholic church in the world and the heart of the Vatican State, but the Archbasilica of Saint John Lateran is considered as the first. Consecrated in 324, it is the oldest Christian monumental building and serves as the seat of the bishop of Rome, i.e. the pope. Located to the south-east of the Coliseum, Saint John Lateran is easily accessible from the 9Hotel Cesàri. The Basilica of Saint Paul Outside the Walls is further to the south, while the Basilica of Santa Maria Maggiore is located to the west, close to Rome Termini train station.
Taking advantage of the hotel’s central position, guests can easily visit all the key buildings to be seen in the former capital of the Roman empire on the sidelines of a corporate event.