The best and the new for incentives in Italy

Discover the New Gems of Italy

We have two incredible hotels, recently opened, that we at Gastaldi recommend highly for your luxury incentive trip for two different reasons. Let’s have a look at Bulgari Hotel Roma and Casa di Langa:

Bulgari Hotel Roma: A Sparkling Tribute to Ancient Rome

In the heart of Rome’s Campo Marzio district, a dazzling gem awaits discerning incentive groups: the Bulgari Hotel Roma. This luxurious haven, inaugurated in June 2023, pays homage to the cradle of the Bulgari universe. Step inside with us and explore its opulence.

A Modernist Marvel

The Bulgari Hotel Roma occupies a splendid modernist building dating back to the 1930s. Its façade overlooks two of the city’s most iconic treasures: the Ara Pacis and the Mausoleum of Augustus. As you approach, the travertine and terracotta bricks create an elegant fusion of ancient aesthetics and contemporary design.

Italian Craftsmanship and Elegance

Inside, renowned Italian architecture studio ACPV ARCHITECTS has meticulously restored the house and designed its interiors. With over 100 rooms, mostly suites, the hotel promises an indulgent stay. Picture yourself sipping an aperitivo at the Bulgari Bar, surrounded by curated collections of ancient and contemporary art. Each piece tells a story, evoking the rich heritage of the eternal city—a symbol of art and culture.

Il Ristorante – Niko Romito: A Culinary Journey

For gastronomes, the prestigious Il Ristorante – Niko Romito awaits. Here, Michelin-starred chef Niko Romito crafts culinary masterpieces inspired by Roman traditions. From handmade pasta to exquisite desserts, every dish is a celebration of Italy’s culinary legacy.

The Temple of Bulgari Heritage

The Bulgari Hotel Roma isn’t just a place to rest; it’s a temple of Bulgari heritage. As you wander through its corridors, you’ll feel the legacy of the Maison of jewels. The city that has given so much to Bulgari now receives this gem in return—a testament to timeless elegance and impeccable craftsmanship.


Casa di Langa: Sustainable Luxury in Piedmont

Nestled in the heart of Piedmont, the Casa di Langa beckons travelers seeking a harmonious blend of luxury and sustainability. Let’s explore this boutique property that opened its doors in June 2021.

Vineyards and Rolling Hills

Perched atop rolling hills, Casa di Langa overlooks 40+ hectares of working vineyards. The landscape is a symphony of green, where grapevines sway in the breeze. As you arrive, the scent of earth and grapes envelops you—a promise of authentic experiences.

Piedmontese Design Meets Sustainability

The 39-room boutique hotel seamlessly weaves traditional Piedmontese design with sustainable practices. Wooden beams, stone walls, and rustic charm create an inviting ambiance. But it’s more than aesthetics; it’s a commitment to the planet.

A Deep Respect for Nature

At Casa di Langa, nature is revered. Solar panels power the property, rainwater is harvested, and local produce graces the dining tables. Sustainability isn’t a buzzword here; it’s a way of life. As you sip Piedmontese wines on the terrace, you’ll know that every sip supports a greener future.

Commitment to Social Responsibility

Casa di Langa’s ethos is underpinned by its corporate social responsibility commitment. Purpose, people, philanthropy, and the planet—they’re all intertwined. As you unwind in your room, gazing at the vine-covered hills, you’ll feel part of something greater.

Whether you’re drawn to the timeless elegance of Bulgari Hotel Roma or the eco-conscious charm of Casa di Langa, these new gems redefine luxury for the discerning incentive group.  Let us work with you to plan the journey and experiences your group deserves, and let these hotels weave their magic.

Sustainable Gems: Italy’s Hidden Treasures

The New York Times’ “52 Places for a Changed World” is the guide that highlights places around the world where travel helps be part of the sustainable solution.  We are proud that as sustainable incentives are become so important to groups, Italy’s sustainable gems were named in 34th place, 13th and an incredible first place.  Come with us on a journey to discover why they are rated so highly:

Chioggia: The “Little Venice” – First place out of 52

Nestled along the Venetian lagoon, Chioggia beckons intrepid travelers. Often overshadowed by its grand neighbor, Venice, Chioggia offers a delightful alternative. Imagine narrow canals, colorful houses, and a slower pace of life. Here, you won’t find crowds; instead, uncover authenticity. As you wander its streets, you become part of a lesser-known story—one that celebrates preservation and community.

Courmayeur: Where Mont Blanc Meets Italian Charm – 13th place

Courmayeur, cradled at the foot of Mont Blanc, exudes Alpine elegance. In this historically French-speaking corner of Italy, a delicate dance unfolds between tourism and conservation. The town’s cobblestone streets lead to cozy cafés, where locals share tales of snowy peaks and glacial valleys. Here, sustainability isn’t a buzzword; it’s a way of life. As you all sip espresso with a view of Mont Blanc, you’re part of a legacy—a promise to protect nature’s grandeur.

Naples: Stairways to Solar Power – 34th place

Ah, Naples! This vibrant city pulses with life, art, and resilience. In the popular neighborhood of San Giovanni a Teduccio, a remarkable community thrives. They’ve harnessed the sun’s energy, installing 166 solar panels—a beacon of “fair energy.” Families living below the poverty line now enjoy clean, free electricity. And the local authorities? They encourage tourists to explore Naples on foot, winding through its fabulous stairways. Each step becomes a testament to sustainability and solidarity.


Please contact us, your partner for the true gems and some of the most sustainable places in the world,  euromic Italy, Gastaldi Global DMC.

Contact Gastaldi Global DMC