Chedi Milan to Rebrand as Radisson Blu Hotel, Milan

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The 250-room Chedi Milan is to be rebranded in Q1 2010 as the Radisson Blu Hotel, Milan in Italy.

The hotel is located north of the city centre, within minutes of Milans two trade fairs. Its 250 rooms with an average size of 37 m2 have an Asia-meets-Italy style designed by the well-known Indonesian firm Jaya & Associates. Amenities include limestone bathrooms, flat screen TVs and Radissons signature free high speed internet access. Besides a restaurant and a trendy lounge bar the hotel also offers nearly 800 m2 of meeting and conference space. After a hectic day in Italys commercial capital, guests can relax in the spa and at the indoor swimming pool.

Since its first opening in 2007, the hotel has received rave reviews. Fortune Magazine proclaimed it as one of the Best New Business Hotels in the World. The UKs Daily Telegraph called it a super-chic urban retreat and Vogue UK proclaimed it as the place to stay if you want to mix with the high fashion crowd in the Italian capital of style.

Milan is a key market for us. The city is one of the worlds fashion capitals, and we are delighted to be present in town with our chic, contemporary and design orientated core brand Radisson Blu,, said Kurt Ritter, President & CEO of Rezidor.

The Radisson Blu Hotel, Milan is Rezidors second property in Italy the company also manages the 232-room Radisson Blu es. Hotel, Rome.

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