|By Marketwired .||
|January 30, 2014 02:46 PM EST||
ROME, ITALY -- (Marketwired) -- 01/30/14 -- With one of Europe's largest convention centers, top-notch catering, state-of-the-art event spaces and a convenient location, the Rome Marriott Park Hotel is a favorite for meeting and wedding planners alike. Now, events at this business hotel in Rome are even more rewarding with two new promotions.
With the Meet in Rome and Get Rewarded promotion, those who book an event to be held between now and 30 June 2014 with a minimum of 100 rooms will receive the following benefits at this Rome airport hotel:
- Double Marriott Rewards® points
- Free shuttle service to the city center
- Free Wi-Fi in guest rooms and meeting spaces
Big events aren't the only ones to reap benefits, however. With the Small Meetings, Great Benefits Rome hotel deal, events held between now and 30 June 2014 with a maximum of 50 people will receive:
- Free onsite parking
- Free Wi-Fi in guest rooms and meeting spaces
- One free participant for every 10th paying person
The hotel's 126,971 square feet of event space offers various options for both large and small events; its multifunctional conference center with 40 modular meeting rooms has the ability to host up to 7,000 guests at one time. Complement a meeting or event with state-of-the-art audiovisual features including sound and lighting, and work with the professional catering team to create a menu for all meals and all palates ranging from a seated business lunch with pasta and fish dishes to a gala dinner highlighting international cuisine.
The Rome Marriott Park Hotel also offers online event planning services to assist with handling the details. RESLINK allows guests to easily book their group accommodation rate, while eROOMING LIST gives planners the ability to keep track of booking information. The hotel also offers a custom webpage where event attendees can find all the details about their event in one place.
To book your next event with any of the above offers, please contact the Group & Conference Department at 39-06-65882700 or [email protected].
About the Rome Marriott Park Hotel
Rome Marriott Park Hotel may offer one of the city's largest hotels, but guests will still feel at home here, where personal service, fine dining and wellness amenities combine to create a comfortable stay. Located just 11km from Fiumicino International Airport and 14km from the city center, the hotel is popular for hosting meetings and offering large group accommodation in Rome. With more than 126,970 square feet of event space that includes 40 meeting rooms and one of Europe's largest convention centers, the Rome Marriott Park Hotel is known for hosting flawless meetings, weddings and social functions both big and small. Convention Center Bars cater to meeting attendees with quick yet delicious fare. Vacationing guests will find themselves close to the Coliseum, the Spanish Steps, Trevi Fountain and Rome's other major attractions, and can choose from a menu of beauty and massage treatments at Our Spa. Relax at the seasonal outdoor pool and Pool Bar, sauna and fitness center. Guest rooms feature classical Italian elegance and beautifully handcrafted furniture, luxury bedding, a marble bathroom, flat-screen TV and high-speed Internet access. Dining options include Italian and international cuisine at Brasserie Restaurant, featuring a summer terrace overlooking the pool; cocktails, snacks, sweets and sandwiches at the Lobby Bar and traditional Italian cuisine with a variety of regional hors d'oeuvres and international wines at Kalypso Wine Room.
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