Hotel Renovations - europe Page 1 of 10

CERVO Mountain Resort

The preferred choice of the stylish ski set for years, Zermatt's Cervo Mountain Resort has never been a property to rest on its laurels. It comes as no surprise then, that the ever-evolving hotel has used this turbulent period to its benefit, with the complete upheaval and rebirth of both Cervo's grounds and its concept.

Four Seasons Hotel Milan

Four Seasons Hotel Milano announces that it will be closing temporarily on January 2, 2021 for an extensive renovation. Opened in 1993, Four Seasons Hotel Milano, a 15th-century convent turned into a sophisticated garden retreat, set the standard for luxury hospitality in Milan.

Palazzo Serristori

The magnificent Palazzo Serristori in Florence (https://www.lionard.com/palazzo-serristori-for-sale-in-florence.html), one of the most important Renaissance buildings in the city, with its unique position on the Arno near Ponte Vecchio, 5,500 square metres of interiors and approximately 3,000 square metres of garden, will be completely restored after long years of non-use.

Grand Hotel Kronenhof

For the winter 2020/21 season (starting 10 December), Grand Hotel Kronenhof (www.kronenhof.com) in Pontresina will unveil 15 newly-renovated rooms and suites by the award-winning French interior designer Pierre-Yves Rochon, who has also worked on the Four Seasons George V in Paris, the Waldorf Astoria Beverly Hills, The Savoy in London and sister property Kulm Hotel St.

Hotel Riu Buenavista

The RIU chain has reopened hotel Riu Buenavista following a complete renewal of its facilities and services. It is located in Adeje, in the south of Tenerife, and this project of a 4-star hotel with 542 rooms demonstrates RIU's firm commitment to maintaining its investment in the Canary Islands and raising the quality of what it has to offer in the destination.

Mandarin Oriental, Munich

Mandarin Oriental, Munich has reopened following the most extensive renovation in the hotel's history and just in time for its 20th anniversary. In keeping with the successful restoration of its public areas and the introduction of Matsuhisa Munich in 2015, the hotel has now unveiled all new guest rooms and suites to confirm its postion as one of the leading luxury hotels in Germany.

Hotel Okura Amsterdam

Hotel Okura Amsterdam has given seven of its suites a complete makeover. The renovation, which began in December 2019, included a complete overhaul of the design. Architect Bert Verwey was in charge of the renovation of the suites and The Lounge, creating a spacious, comfortable and serene ambience.

Advertisements