Sheraton has opened its third Milan property following a multi-million pound renovation of the former Grand Hotel Brun.
Located near San Siro, to the northwest of the city centre, the interior of the Modernist building has been revamped by designer Chiara Caberlon.
The 310 rooms, which include 25 suites and 118 interconnecting rooms, have a contemporary design featuring geometric patterns and natural finishes.
The hotel also has a Club Lounge, outdoor pool and bar, 24-hour gym and spa.
It offers 2,500 sqm of meeting and event space including 21 meeting rooms and two ballrooms.
Dining options by chef Luca Nania are the Silene Bar and Restaurant (above), which has a terraced garden, and El Patio del Gaucho Javier Zanetti, an Argentinian restaurant.
“We are thrilled to unveil Sheraton Milan San Siro, Sheraton’s third property in Milan,” commented John Licence, Marriott’s VP for premium and select brands in Europe.
“With generous social spaces and an ideal location for our Sheraton guests, the property is the perfect addition to Sheraton’s growing portfolio in the city.”
Sheraton is owned by Marriott, and executives recently spoke to Business Traveller about their plan to reinvigorate the brand.
It includes the launch of a new logo, reinventing lobby spaces as co-working and social areas, improving F&B and meetings offerings, and expanding in Europe.