Essentially Mediterranean and with an evident tourist and marine tradition, Roses is in the north of the Costa Brava, on one of the most beautiful bays in the world, in a unique natural environment between the Cap de Creus Nature Reserve and the Els Aiguamolls de l’Empordà Nature Reserve. Its origins date back to the 4th century BC with the founding of the Greek colony of Rhode. Since then, Roses has been a meeting point for civilizations that have left their mark in important archaeological sites and have shaped the identity of a modern and culturally active town. Roses has excellent hotels, prestigious restaurants, shops, and a wide range of leisure activities and watersports in the Bay.

The Roses Congress Centre is a spectacular modern building, winning the FAD 2003 award. It has multi-purpose areas to host conferences, conventions and business meetings.

Located in the centre of Roses, it is the focal point of a large, open area comprising a 1,300 m2 square and a car park for 100 vehicles.


Ground Floor

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Auditorium 404  250 300 400 
Main Hall 200 100 100 200
Mirror Hall 150 75 100 150
Auditorium Main Hall Mirror Hall
This is the main area of the building. The seats are arranged in retractable levels so they can be removed to create a useful open area of 383m2, where any kind of event can be held. The theatre has a maximum capacity of 410 people, with 6 spaces for wheelchair users. The stage covers 185m2. A 168 m2 rectangular hall, it is also used as the auditorium vestibule. The main choice as the place to serve refreshments during coffee breaks, it is ideal for conferences, press releases and cocktails. It is separated from the Mirrored Hall by removable panels so that it can be easily converted into a 282 m2 space for any function. It has two access points to the first floor. A 114 m2 rectangular hall, it receives natural light through a skylight. It is accessed via the Main Hall or from outside the building. It can be joined to the Main Hall to create a 282 m2 function room. It is ideal for coffee breaks and as an exhibition and communications area.


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Glass Room 40 20 - 40
Studio Room 70 35 - -
Glass Room Studio Room
This is an 85 m2 space on the first floor at the front of the building. It is defined by its brightness. One wall is entirely etched glass allowing direct light to enter from the square at the front of the building. It is ideal for conferences, presentations, press conferences, exhibitions and for use as a coffee break area. It is accessed from the Main Hall and from the upper floor of the Auditorium. A 57 m2 space, it is strategically located on the first floor of the building, above the Main Hall. For large capacity conferences it is used as the technical secretariat office, although seminars, conferences, courses etc can be given here.


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Main Room 150 75 100 150
Main Room Meeting Rooms
This is a 98 m2 rectangular room with a large terrace. The room can comfortably accommodate the control and coordination facilities for conferences, although it is also used for holding conferences, courses, communications and meetings. This floor has eight rooms measuring between 18 and 30 m2 ideal for small meetings or any other similar activity: briefing room, internet, etc.


The Citadel of Roses

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Parade ground 6.000m2 30.000 30.000 2.000 4.000
Church 200m2 150 150 100 150
Arsenal 150m2 100 100 60 100
Esplanade of the well 1.500m2 600 500 400 800

The Citadel of Roses, a sixteenth-century fortress built in a place that houses the remains of ancient Greek, Roman and medieval cities, offers spacious rooms and covered corners to hold all types of events. The relaxing atmosphere, views and historic context, and cultural opportunities (museums, exhibitions, guided tours, night tours, etc.). Make the place unique and special.

The Trinity Castle


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Main Terrace 200m2 150 150 100 150

The Trinity Castle is a fortress built during the reign of Charles I, which was recently renovated with contemporary standards that show their original volumes and highlight the power of the old structures. The castle stands at the entrance of the port of Roses offers an exceptional terrace overlooking the bay and the Empordà region.


Roses and the surrounding area offers a wide range of activities that complement the working
sessions and make the stay a memorable experience.


  • Sail the crystal-clear waters of the Bay and the Cap de Creus Nature Reserve
  • Go diving
  • Go for a cycle
  • Walk along the coastal paths
  • Fly over the bay in a light aircraft
  • Do a parachute jump or experience a wind tunnel
  • Play golf
  • Relax in a spa
  • Taste the local fish-based cuisine
  • Discover the culture of wine at the “Mas d’en Coll” Leisure and Wine Centre or visit the vineyards and cooperatives where you can try the best wines from the Empordà region
  • Follow the passage of time from the Neolithic era in a unique archaeological complex
  • Submerge yourself in the surrealism of Dalí visiting the Museum, his Studio-House or walk through the delightful landscapes that inspired him
  • Appreciate the beauty of outstanding examples of Romanesque architecture
  • Or why not enjoy the daily show of the fishing boats leaving port or the sun setting on a calm sea

... privileges within everyone’s reach.