Radisson Hotel Group adds Palazzo Montemartini in Rome to Radisson Collection, effective June 2018.
Built back in 1881, Palazzo Montemartini is now a prestigious hotel in the heart of Rome, situated near the Baths of Diocletian and the church of Santa Maria degli Angeli designed by Michelangelo. In style and setting, Palazzo Montemartini is a true individual, embodying the essence of Radisson Collection – which combines great design with a truly authentic flavour, a vibrant social scene and a unique location.
The Palazzo is made up of 82 stylish rooms and suites, as well as spacious events halls with natural light. Our exclusive Senses Restaurant & Lounge Bar offers local distinctive flavor, perfectly complemented by impeccable views of the Servian Wall – the very first wall of ancient Rome.
Wellness is our top priority at the Montemartini SPA by Caschera– an aspirational lifestyle space with jacuzzi, heated hydro tonic pool, energizing treatment rooms including a dedicated salt room, sauna and hammam, sensory and chromotherapy showers, and relaxation and herbal tea area.
Elie Younes, Executive Vice President & Chief Development Officer, said: "We couldn't have asked for a more iconic destination than Rome to add a new Radisson Collection to the world. Palazzo Montemartini is a perfect addition to our portfolio. It's a modern icon that respects the brand promise of Radisson Collection through its authenticity, design and exceptional service. We are looking forward to building on the heritage of this legendary hotel and showcase the true colors of Radisson Collection in one of the world's most loved cities."
"The philosophy of the newly launched Radisson Collection matches particularly well with the distinctive traits of Palazzo Montemartini, focused on providing a friendly luxury experience," said Giuseppe Marchese, CEO of Ragosta Hotels Collection that owns Palazzo Montemartini. "We are proud to join the Radisson Hotel Group and launch the first Radisson Collection in Italy."
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