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New Royal Media Hotel & Towers to open in Milan

Search ASIA Travel Tips .com 28 June 2005

Domina Hotel Group are to manage a new Royal Media Hotel & Towers in Milan, Italy, scheduled to open in 2006.

Based in a residential area, the Royal Media Milan Hotel & Towers is conveniently located between the city centre, the Campionaria Fair and the new Rho-Pero International Fair and easily reachable by private and public transport.

The 259-room new construction is a complex of two buildings attached from first floor level with a drive through passage between the two.

The high rise wing of 11 floors built along an internal garden will have 176 rooms, restaurant, bar, lounge area and health centre. The low rise wing of 6 floors will have 83 rooms, conference and meeting rooms, banqueting, exhibition facilities, offices and stores. Underground parking with 140 car spaces and direct hotel access will also be available.

The hotel expects to open 3rd quarter 2006. All rooms and common areas will have the latest technology such as plasma screens, videoconferencing system and free internet access. Hotel guests will be able to surf the Net, send and receive emails without connecting their laptops and view news broadcasts and newspapers from around the world. 

Having had considerable success to date with our Royal Media Ljubljana Hotel & Casino in Slovenia, this new addition in Italy greatly accelerates our Royal Media Hotels development commented Francesco Borrello, chief executive officer of Domina Hotel Group and we are currently working on opening additional properties in other European destinations. The best is yet to come.

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