The Chedi Milan becomes The Radisson Blu Hotel, Milan

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Podcasts Videos Thursday, 22 April 2010

Rezidor has taken over the Chedi Milan, rebranding it as the Radisson Blu Hotel, Milan. This contemporary and stylish hotel, comprising 250 rooms situated in Milans modern Bovisa district, has been designed by Jaya Ibrahim who has created a perfect blend of Italian sophistication and Indonesian elegance.

The hotel's 250 guest rooms and suites boast hi-tech amenities such as satellite TV, LCD screen, individual climate control and free high-speed internet access.

The hotel features an Italian restaurant, Filini - a perfect spot for daily lunch and dinner. Filini opens out onto a Garden Courtyard for stylish al fresco seating. The hotel further comprises a Lounge Bar ideally situated between the restaurant, main lobby and meeting rooms, and a testament to sleek design thanks to its impressive marble spiral staircase.

The Radisson Blu Hotel, Milan offers 8 meeting rooms, a conference room, an exclusive boardroom and a separate delegate entrance. Enjoying natural light, all rooms are equipped with individually controlled air conditioning, free high-speed internet access and top-of-the-range audio visual equipment.

The hotels Health and Fitness Club boasts a steam room, a private sauna, a heated indoor swimming pool under a spectacular glass atrium, whirlpools, a fitness centre and numerous treatment rooms, it is a true oasis where body and soul can relax.

The Radisson Blu Hotel, Milan is located 6.5 km northeast from the historic city centre and a 30 minutes drive from the airport Milan Malpensa. The city's exhibition centres, Fiera Milano City and Fiera Milano, are respectively just 3 km and 7.5 km away

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