Starwood is to expand its Le Méridien brand to Rome,
Owned and managed by the Toti Group, Le Méridien Visconti Rome is scheduled to debut by the
end of this year following an extensive renovation and conversion
from the independent Visconti Palace Hotel.
forward to establishing a long-term and mutually beneficial
relationship with the Toti Group and thank them for putting their
trust in Starwood,” said Michael Wale, President, Starwood Hotels
& Resorts, Europe, Africa and Middle East. “We are excited to
re-introduce Le Méridien into Italy and unlock ‘The Eternal City’
and its rich culture for our guests and curious-minded travelers.”
Le Méridien Visconti Rome is located in the Prati
district near the Vatican, Castel Sant’ Angelo and one of Rome’s
premier shopping streets, Via Cola di Rienzo. The hotel is also
within walking distance from Piazza di Spagna, Piazza del Popolo,
Villa Borghese, Piazza Navona and the Pantheon.
romance of Rome to life, the 240-room hotel’s curated culinary offerings
will include a rooftop terrace, all-day dining
restaurant, breakfast room and bar.
The fitness centre will
provide guests the opportunity to experience an invigorating
certain that working with Starwood, which is known for its
indisputable experience and capability, will strengthen our know-how in the field of hotel management. Le Méridien Visconti
Rome will become a leading example for the hotel industry in Rome,
which is a strategic industry for the economic recovery of our
country,” said Pierluigi Toti, President of Silvano Toti.
has a long history of operations in Italy, with 23 hotels in the
country today under five of its design-led brands: St. Regis, The
Luxury Collection, Sheraton, Westin and Four Points by Sheraton.
Le Méridien Visconti Rome will join four other Starwood hotels in Rome, including The St. Regis Rome, The Westin Excelsior Rome, Sheraton
Roma Hotel & Conference Center and Sheraton Golf Parco de’Medici.
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