Conference Venues

History

16 results found.
Venues with a rich and valuable history, both private and local. History is constantly sustained and manifests itself in the venue’s architecture, furnishing, corporate style, communication.

Cantine Duca di Salaparuta

Casteldaccia (PA) - Sicily

  • Multipurpose Area
  • Plenary capacity: 150
  • No. of halls:3
  • Point of ExcellenceHistory

    Cradle of Sicily’s wine culture. The Corvo wines, red and white, are still produced in the historic cellars built in the early 19th century. The cellars, ‘holy’ territory for wine lovers, can be visited.

  • Further points of escellence: Atmosphere, Surroundings

Cinecittà-Cinecittà Events

Roma - Rome (RM) - Lazio

  • Multipurpose Area / Theatre / Historical Building / Congress Centre
  • Plenary capacity: 1200
  • No. of halls:10
  • Point of ExcellenceHistory

    The first city of cinema founded in 1937 for Fascist propaganda films.
    Cinecittà hosted significant films in cinema history: Quo Vadis, Ben-Hur, Cleopatra. Federico Fellini’s favourite movie set.

  • Further points of escellence: Accessibility, Art/Culture, Atmosphere, Fame/Prestige, Logistics, Uniqueness, Versatility of Spaces

Florio Wineries – Cantine Florio

Marsala (TP) - Sicily

  • Congress Centre / Historical Mansion / Multipurpose Area
  • Plenary capacity: 1500
  • No. of halls:6
  • Point of ExcellenceHistory

    The cellars were built in 1833 and reflect the culture of that time, strongly influenced by English architecture. That same charming and aristocratic atmosphere still survive.

  • Further points of escellence: Fame/Prestige, Atmosphere, Huge Spaces, Leisure Activities, Uniqueness, Party and Wedding

Fondazione Querini Stampalia

Venezia - Venice (VE) - Veneto

  • Historical Mansion / Museum/Gallery / Historical Building / Multipurpose Area
  • Plenary capacity: 132
  • No. of halls:7
  • Point of ExcellenceHistory

    The official residence of the noble family Querini Stampalia since 1514. Today it houses the homonymous Foundation, founded in 1869 by the last descendant, Count Giovanni. The Palazzo has been redeveloped in modern times by the interventions of architects Carlo Scarpa, Valeriano Pastor, and Mario Botta.

  • Further points of escellence: Art/Culture, Design, In Town, Atmosphere, Uniqueness, Technology

San Salvatore Castle

Susegana (TV) - Veneto

  • Historical Mansion / Congress Centre / Village
  • Plenary capacity: 250
  • No. of halls:17
  • Total bedrooms: 8
  • Point of ExcellenceHistory

    Built in 1245, Castello San Salvatore is enclosed by ancient medieval ramparts. It includes an ancient village, a tower and the eighteenth-century Palazzo Odoardo which offers rooms of great charm. The Castle is still owned by the Counts of Collalto.

  • Further points of escellence: Charming Position, Party and Wedding, Versatility of Spaces
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San Servolo Island

Venezia - Venice (VE) - Veneto

  • Congress Centre / Multipurpose Area / Historical Mansion
  • Plenary capacity: 240
  • No. of halls:11
  • Total bedrooms: 173
  • Point of ExcellenceHistory

    Probably the oldest convention center in Italy. Founded in the 8th century as a Benedictine convent and perfectly renovated a few years ago, it has been converted to different uses and purposes over the centuries: a monastery for several religious orders, a military hospital and then a psychiatric sanatorium.

  • Further points of escellence: Art/Culture, Atmosphere, Charming Position, Nature, Surroundings, Uniqueness

Villa Widmann Rezzonico Foscari

Mira (VE) - Veneto

  • Historical Mansion / Multipurpose Area
  • Plenary capacity: 99
  • No. of halls:6
  • Point of ExcellenceHistory

    Built at the beginnings of 700 by venetian nobles with persian origins, the Villa has been renovated by the family Widmann in a french rococò style. They Preserved the saloons, furnitures with chandelier of Murano, frescos and the park (16.000 mq).

  • Further points of escellence: Art/Culture, Atmosphere, Surroundings, Charming Position, Party and Wedding

Abbazia di Rosazzo

Manzano (UD) - Friuli Venezia Giulia

  • Congress Centre / Historical Building
  • Plenary capacity: 99
  • No. of halls:7
  • Total bedrooms: 14
  • Point of ExcellenceHistory

    The abbey of Rosazzo, founded around 1800 by an hermit, has been a fortress. Nowadays it's a humanistic and social meeting point, and a venue for events.

Aquatio Cave Luxury Hotel & SPA

Matera (MT) - Basilicata

  • Hotel 5 stars
  • Plenary capacity: 50
  • No. of halls:1
  • Total bedrooms: 35
  • Point of ExcellenceHistory

    The "Sassi" of Matera, where the hotel is located, are the ancient caves inhabited since prehistoric times. They are the oldest historical center of the city and have been declared a UNESCO World Heritage of Humanity site.

  • Further points of escellence: Uniqueness, In Town, Board Retreat

Castello e Parco di Masino – FAI

Caravino (TO) - Piedmont

  • Historical Mansion
  • Plenary capacity: 180
  • No. of halls:5
  • Point of ExcellenceHistory

    Built with military purposes in XIth century by the Valperga family, descendants of King Arduino. During the sixteenth century renovation works transfomed the castle into a noble residence. Proofs of all ages can be seen also today.

  • Further points of escellence: Atmosphere, Surroundings

Grand Hotel Des Iles Borromées

Stresa (VB) - Piedmont

  • Hotel 5 stars L / Congress Centre
  • Plenary capacity: 250
  • No. of halls:16
  • Total bedrooms: 159
  • Point of ExcellenceHistory

    Inaugurated in 1863, it is one of the few hotels (about 80) that have been recognized as "Historical Establishment of Italy". It has always hosted international meetings and prestigious events, such as the famous Stresa Conference in 1935. Hemingway wrote his masterpiece "A Farewell to arms" here.

  • Further points of escellence: Atmosphere, Charming Position, Fame/Prestige, Golf, Luxury

Torre Del Castellano

Reggello (FI) - Tuscany

  • Historical Mansion
  • Plenary capacity: 75
  • No. of halls:3
  • Point of ExcellenceHistory

    The original structure dates back to X Century, it was a strategical point and a manor house. Back in 1913 it has been declared a cultural property of notable historical interest. It was a refuge for Uffizi's statues, during the Second World War.

  • Further points of escellence: Accessibility, Atmosphere, Nature, Surroundings, Team Building