Your group accommodation with Groupcorner

Whether for a business meeting, conference, school trip, family getaway, spiritual retreat or sports competition, there are many reasons to take a trip in a group. Finding accommodation that satisfies the needs and tastes of all, but also meets a predefined budget is not easy to do. Confronted with an overcrowded range of offers, organising your quotes and making sure that the hotel, apartment-hotel or holiday village meets all your criteria, then actually finalising and managing the booking with payment and rooming lists can be an arduous task. Groupcorner has already done most of the work for you and saves you valuable time.

Of the thousands of accommodation choices we have listed in France and Europe, we have selected options to meet every need, whether for a small group at a teambuilding weekend, or a business seminar for hundreds of employees. In the heart of major French cities or European capitals, we have selected hotels to suit all budgets, from luxury hotels to economical options. In the countryside, by the sea or in the mountains, we offer accommodation as varied as campsites, holiday villages or group lodges. We even have unusual and unique places to stay for an original experience. There is something for everyone, every need, and every budget.

Our travel notes

Traveling to Rome

The capital city is located in the middle of "boot-shaped" Italy. Though "All roads lead to Rome", as the saying goes, flying there remains the easiest solution.

Rome has two international airports; the largest is Leonardo da Vinci, best known as Fiumicino. As for Ciampino airport, it welcomes more interior flights and is a major hub for low-cost airlines. Fiumicino is roughly 30 km from the centre; an express shuttle will take you there in 30 minutes for 14€, while a bus will take 45 mins to 1 hour for 8 €. Ciampino is closer to the centre (12 km); it will cost you 4€ to get there.
You can also take the train to Rome if you live in France and Switzerland, using for instance with the Thello service; however, the night ride is long. Driving is another interesting budget alternative if you live in the Swiss and French border regions. The regular Eurolines buses can take your group there as well, if you cannot charter a whole bus.

Hotels of all standards for all kinds of groups

WIth 3 million inhabitants, Rome is the biggest Italian city; it also among the largest European capitals, together with Moscow and London. Not all areas in the megalopolis have the same charm or standards; here is a quick description, so that you find your bearings.
Capitol Hill is the heart of Rome; it harbors the antique city, culminating with the Colosseum and the Forum. If you continue along the Tiber River, you reach the Ghetto and Tiber Island, with the remains of the ancient Jewish quarter. Farther down the river, you get to the Field of Mars ("Campus Martius") and the lovely Piazza Navona. This area is one of the major tourist attractions, with its little streets and artistic jewels. Continuing down the river, the Pantheon district encompasses ancient monuments and institutions. Eastwards, you will find Quirinal and Trevi districts, hosting other tourist firm favorites - like the Trevi Fountain and the Quirinal Palace, which crowns this hill.
The Vatican and St Peter's area is located on the other bank of the Tiber River. It is of course home to Saint Peter's Basilica, the Vatican museums and the affluent residential districts of Prati and Clodio. On the left bank of the Tiber, North of the ancient centre, the Piazza di Spagna and Villa Borghese area is a posh one, featuring luxury and antiques shops. Eastwards, you will find the more down-to-earth and affordable districts of Monti, Esquilin and Viminale. In the South-West, Trastevere is a trendy place with its brightly colored streets, hosting many foreign artists. As for the business district, it is located outside the inner centre, in the World Expo district. Its architecture is a reminder of the Italian fascist period.

Groupcorner selects accommodation that will suit all kinds of groups in Rome. Whether yours is a business group, a school group, a sports team or an association, Groupcorner will find a hotel matching your requests.

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To share the latest and greatest cutting edge technologies while offering a high quality human touch thanks to our team of experienced advisors who go out of their way to exceed your expectations.

Our Team:

Because booking accommodation for groups is complex, our team of Groupcorner advisors is on hand to make the process easy for you. Accommodation partners and clients can easily contact our advisors to smooth communication and solve tricky situations so that your group finds an ideal solution!

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Simple and efficient, the Groupcorner website lets you manage your booking in one place, avoid dozens of emails and easily compare several offers.

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Over 1000 groups use Groupcorner each month to find the perfect accommodation, with a customer satisfaction score of more than 98%.

Our accommodation partners eager to welcome your group:

More than 23 000 accommodation partners all across Europe are waiting for your request on Groupcorner. We work with a wide selection of properties from self-catering cottages to 5 star luxury hotels. We have developed a network of partners working with the best group accommodation specialists.

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Groupcorner is a European company headquartered in the French Burgundy countryside near Cluny (population 5000, including us). We work in partnership with every type of group accommodation solution, everywhere in Europe.

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