Hotel Principe di Savoia reveals the legends who have revelled in old-world glamour behind its neoclassical façade
Hotel Principe di Savoia home to old-world glamour since 1927
The Principe’s close proximity to La Scala, the world’s most fêted opera house, has undoubtedly helped lure legends of the stage through its doors; Maria Callas, the most lauded diva of her time, chose to hold court here, while Ray Charles had exacting requirements for a particular dessert from home that could only be met by the hotel’s chefs. Milan was Frank Sinatra’s kind of town, and his affection for it was matched only by his fondness for the Principe’s famously lavish Presidential Suite.
Today, contemporary artists of stage and screen such as Juliette Lewis and ballet star Roberto Bolle continue the love affair between the famous and the Principe di Savoia.
Creative ad agency DraftFCB London has partnered with luxury hotel group Dorchester Collection, to create a press and online campaign that celebrates the glittering stars who have stayed at its iconic hotels over the years.
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