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Mon, 9 Oct 2017

Marriott Signs W Hotel in Rome, Italy

Marriott has unveiled plans to open a W hotel in Rome, Italy.

 W Rome, scheduled to open in 2021, will be developed by Omnam Group through a real estate fund managed by Kryalos SGR.

Situated near the famous Spanish Steps and the fashionable boutiques of Via Condotti, the 159-room W Rome will feature a bar with city views, two restaurants, over 120 square meters of meeting/event space, a gym and a spa.

W Rome, to be set across two historic buildings in the energetic Via Veneto neighborhood, is scheduled to open in 2021. Click to enlarge.

 The hotel will span two adjacent 19th century properties on Via Liguria. Originally intended for residential use, the commanding buildings previously operated as a hotel, as well as offices for government ministries and private companies.

 The structures will be carefully renovated and re-imagined to refresh the historic elements, while infusing the W brand’s design philosophy.

David Zisser, Founder and CEO of Omnam Group, said, “The combination of the central location and beauty of this historic building, together with the distinct personality and cutting-edge style of the brand, presents a prime opportunity to provide a new luxury hotel experience in Rome.”

 W Hotels currently has a worldwide portfolio of more than 50 properties and is on track to reach 75 hotels by 2020.

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