Rosewood Hotels & Resorts will open Rosewood Milan in 2025 in the heart of the Italian city, marking the brand’s fourth hotel in the Italy. Rosewood Rome and Rosewood Hotel Bauer in Venice were recently announced, while Rosewood Castiglion del Bosco in Tuscany has been a long-time favorite.
“This development comes with great excitement as we continue our growth in Europe and Italy specifically,” said Sonia Cheng, chief executive officer, Rosewood Hotel Group. “Rosewood continues to expand to destinations where we know our ‘affluential explorer’ guests want to travel. With all its culture and vitality, Milan ticks all the boxes for a Rosewood urban location and it will round out our portfolio of global fashion capitals where Rosewood has a presence, including our iconic properties in New York, Paris and London.”
Rosewood Milan, situated on the edge of Quadrilatero della Moda, will boast 70 guestrooms, with around 20 suites, and will include the historic Palazzo Branca and Palazzo della Banca Commerciale buildings, built in the 19th century and the former home of the Italian Commercial Bank.
Studio K.O., a Parisian firm, will oversee the design, which will also include a bar and restaurant; a courtyard; a garden; and an Asaya wellness facility with three treatment rooms, an indoor pool and fitness center.
Other Rosewood Hotels & Resorts coming to Europe include Munich, Salzburg and Amsterdam.
Located in the heart of Houston’s Theatre District, the recently renovated Lancaster Hotel originally opened in 1926. The classic interior with an abundance of natural light floods the two-story lobby. A shimmering chandelier and elegant marble floors juxtapose nicely with the contemporary art displayed on the salon staircase wall.
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