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  • Ross Hotels Group 3892-660540-11156
  • Palazzo San Niccolo 4372-68745-11152
  • Palazzo Leopoldo 4369-46664-11153
  • Ultimo Mulino 220-264-11154
  • Palazzo San Lorenzo 5812-6546-11042
  • San Lorenzo Apartments 12290-5761-11155
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Meeting & events

The Rosshotels Palaces offer various possibilities for your conventions, meetings, incentives and private meetings. All the rooms have natural light and technical equipment including projector, screen, overhead projector and internet access, to ensure the success of your event.

The strategic position of Palazzo San Lorenzo, which is located halfway between Siena and Florence, makes it suitable for hosting meetings and conventions on a national level. The Palazzo has two meeting rooms able to satisfy the various requirements of customers inside a welcoming and refined setting.

The Palazzo San Niccolò in the heart of Radda in Chianti is suitable for executive meetings. The impressive meeting room located in the cellar area of the building, with a vaulted ceiling and stone walls, guarantees extra value for the success of the meeting.

For a high-level incentive you cannot help but think of Palazzo Leopoldo, prestigious and elegant with stylish, refined rooms, a terrace for a welcome aperitif at sunset and a 17th century kitchen used for Tuscan cooking classes.