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Venue & recommended hotel

A.ROMA lifestyle is the venue and recommended hotel for GA2024. It is located in the Valle dei Casali Nature Reserve, a few meters from the famous Villa Pamphili Historical Park, just 20 min. by car from the historic centre and 30 min. by car from Leonardo da Vinci-Fiumicino Airport. 

A.Roma Lifestyle Hotel
Via Giorgio Zoega
59, 00164 Roma RM, Italy
Ph. +39 06 8781 2893

DOUBLE SINGLE USE ROOM: 190 EUR, including breakfast & VAT
DOUBLE ROOM: 215 EUR, including breakfast & VAT


Block booking dates: 19 May - 25 May 2024 Note: If you book nights outside of these dates, to request the special GS1 rate simply reply to the reservation confirmation email of the hotel to make the request. They will try to give you the best rate but are not obligated to do so.
Booking deadline: 1 April 2024

Instructions to apply discount code: Click button below: Select your language for the website. From the dropdown menu 'ADD CODE,' click on 'DISCOUNT CODE,' and choose 'Group Attendee'. Enter in the line below: GS1 General Assembly 2024

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Travel information

Getting to the Venue

Location:

A.Roma Lifestyle Hotel
Via Giorgio Zoega
59, 00164 Roma RM, Italy
Ph. +39 06 8781 2893

A.Roma Lifestyle Hotel is located 20 minutes by car from the heart of Rome and 30 minutes by car from the Leonardo da Vinci–Fiumicino Airport.  For directions and location amenities info, click here

Leonardo da Vinci–Fiumicino Airport

The Leonardo Da Vinci International Airport is 22 km from the hotel and, via the Grande Raccordo Anulare (GRA), the journey takes approximately 20 minutes by car.

Taxis

Licensed taxis are located in ranks outside Terminal 1 and 3 
From Fiumicino Airport to A.Roma LifeStyle Hotel the price is around 50,00 EUR 

Licensed, metered cabs are white with a “TAXI” sign on their roofs. The symbol of Rome City Council is also clearly visible on the front doors.

You can hail a taxi from the street but it is recommended to go to one of the city’s many taxi stands or call to book. Uber is available in Rome.

General Information

The GS1 General Assembly registration and hospitality desk, is located in the main ballroom foyer. Watch for signs in the lobby pointing you to the location. Our friendly team will give you your badge and programme, plus help you with information about the week, the optional tours, organisational questions and anything else you might think of!

Onsite GS1 Registration Deck hours:

  • Monday: 16:00-17:00
  • Tuesday: 08:00-09:00 and 16:00-17:00
  • Wednesday: 08:00-17:30
  • Thursday: 08:30-17:00

Dress code

For sessions and meetings: Business casual

Tuesday cocktail reception: Business casual

Wednesday Gala dinner: Black tie, formal dress

Thursday Optional networking dinner: Casual

Sightseeing tours: Casual with comfortable shoes

Security Procedures

All delegates, speakers and invited guests must wear their badges at all events and optional activities of the GS1 General Assembly.

Security guards are on duty inside and outside the venue.

Expect security checkpoint upon entry to the venue.

Weather

May is the perfect time of year to be in Rome. Average temperature is an average of 74 F | 58 C . Average rainfall for the month is 2.32 in.

Sightseeing in Rome

There are many exciting places to see and things to do in Rome. Explore the sites and activities here

Dining recommendations

Meals should be savoured and enjoyed, not eaten on the go while walking. Restaurant recommendations will be posted here soon.

Electric

Electricity in Italy complies to the European standard rules, so wall sockets have 220 to 240 volts alternating at 50 cycles per second output. If your gadget or appliance is not dual voltage and requires a different voltage then you'll need a power converter (or transformer) to convert to 220 to 240 volts. Italy has 3 main socket types: Type C, Type L, and Type F (aka Schuko plug).

Currency

The currency is Euro. ATMs are readily accessible and credit cards are widely accepted. 

Tipping

Tipping is not obligatory in Italy, however, a tip for exceptional service is always appreciated. 

Time Zone

All times shown on the Programme Central European Time (CET).