Radisson Hotel Group has added Palazzo Montemartini, A Radisson Collection Hotel to its ever-growing portfolio, marking its inaugural Radisson Collection hotel in the heart of Rome.
Palazzo Montemartini, which was built in 1881, is an iconic property, recognised for its elegance and proximity to the Baths of Diocletian and the Basilica of Santa Maria degli Angeli, designed by Michelangelo.
The Palazzo Montemartini Rome, A Radisson Collection Hotel is operated by Radisson Hospitality AB under an international license agreement with owner, Ragosta Hotels Collection.
Enthusing on the news was area senior vice president – Central and Southern Europe, Radisson Hotel Group, Yilmaz Yildirimlar: “We couldn’t have hoped for a worthier destination than Rome for the new addition to the Radisson Collection. This city of great legends and artists has charmed its visitors for more than 2,000 years with its stunning architecture, culinary delights and impressive history. We’re looking forward to bringing all of these experiences to life for guests at the Palazzo Montemartini, a magnificent building that radiates authenticity, quality and design excellence.”
Also commenting on the development was CEO, Ragosta Hotels Collection, Giuseppe Marchese: “Since our opening in 2013, our aim has been to keep on improving, with a careful attention to our guests at Palazzo Montemartini. Our growth is now underlined by this valuable international partnership, further motivation to continue on our journey and we are particularly proud to be able to introduce the first Radisson Collection Hotel in Italy. The philosophy of this new luxury brand fits particularly well with the characteristic features of the Palazzo Montemartini, which is the perfect hotel for a pleasurable luxury stay in the centre of Rome.”
Palazzo Montemartini, A Radisson Collection Hotel, is home to 82 rooms and suites, the exclusive Senses Restaurant & Lounge Bar, the Champagne Bar and the Montemartini SPA by Caschera, plus more. The property is also a perfect venue for events.