Milan welcomes landmark Radisson Collection hotel
Following an extensive renovation by Studio Marco Piva, Radisson Collection Hotel, Palazzo Touring Club Milan has launched in an iconic building at the centre of Italy’s fashion capital.
Radisson Collection’s first property in the bustling city of Milan is a real show-stopper.
Northern Italy’s glamorous new destination
This elegant hotel takes over a property that was once the headquarters of Touring Club Italiano, the most important Italian tourist association. Created between 1914 and 1915 by the architect Binda, the building has now been reimagined as a five-star hotel with help from Studio Marco Piva.
Leading both the architectural and interior design aspects of the projects, the studio diligently set about preserving and enhancing this majestic setting. Renovation and transformation works were carried out by Di Vincenzo Dino & C.
“I’m extremely happy to announce the opening of our flagship property in Milan in a building that is such an icon for the travel industry,” said Chema Basterrechea, executive vice president and chief operating officer of Radisson Hotel Group. “Radisson Hotel Group’s expansion in Italy continues with great confidence. The announcement of Radisson Collection Hotel, Palazzo Touring Club Milan in the heart of this dynamic city is a very positive signal for the tourism industry in Italy.”
Taking a tour of Milan’s newest hotel
Radisson Collection Hotel Palazzo Touring Club Milan houses 89 guestrooms and suites, many with views over Corso Italia, while the high-ceilinged Presidential Suite spans 105 sq m and has its own balcony. Its public spaces include Bertarelli Bar & Restaurant, named after the founding member of Touring Club Italiano, Luigi Vittorio Bertarelli.
Meanwhile, meetings and events can be hosted in versatile event space that accommodates up to 200 people at a time, complete with an attractive inner courtyard.
Located in the city’s historic centre, Radisson Collection’s inaugural hotel in Milan is a ten-minute walk from the Duomo, the Quadrilatero della Moda and Teatro alla Scala.
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