There's a very interesting split in the travel industry between business and leisure travelers. And if you're one of the business types, you know well that you're on the road constantly and the things that matter to you, travel convenience, efficiency, and connectivity, are almost the opposite of what a leisure traveler might want. If the word 'secluded' ever appeared in a hotel description, you'd cross it off the list immediately. So I'm here to use some adjectives you might appreciate hearing in describing some of the world's best business hotels. Today? Rome.
If you're heading to Rome on business, there's really only one place to stay. The Rocco Forte Hotel de Russie is a favorite of A-list celebrities both of the entertainment and financial world. Its connectedness and central location right on the Via del Babuino means that the Rocco Forte is never far from where you need to be, digitally or materially. Four separate meeting rooms and an intimate 122-room size makes it perfect for an executive retreat, and the terraced gardens serve as a place to relax and take in the views of Rome in the brief respites to yourself. Chef Nazzareno Meghini at the Le Jardin de Russie takes full advantage of the superior freshness of Italian ingredients to craft his own unique take on the Italian classics. The Rocco Forte Hotel de Russie is just a great hotel for businessmen.
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