The four luxury properties of Duetorrihotels group are officially part of the “100 Italian Excellences” of “So Wine So Food”, the international enogastronomic magazine, presented by Forbes Italy during the recent gala event at the National Museum of Arts of Rome, the MAXXI.
The Grand Hotel Majestic “già Baglioni” in Bologna, the Bernini Palace Hotel in Florence, the Due Torri Hotel in Verona and the Bristol Palace Hotel in Genoa are sited in historical and iconic buildings enhancing the cultural and artistic heritage of four beautiful Italian art cities . The hotels boast central locations, extreme attention to details, superior quality of hospitality, luxury décor and services.
“It’s a great satisfaction to be mentioned in the 100 Italian Excellences collection” said Mr. Franco Vanetti, Duetorrihotels Managing Director “ behind this success are our people and their efforts to meet every single Guest expectation, always enhancing each hotel identity and peculiarity”. Our properties have different personalities, enriched by the strong connections to their local territories, cultures and histories”.
These hotels deserve an excellent and international reputation, as reported in the guide. The Due Torri in Verona stands out for its history and décor, for the unique Arena Casarini, for its eco-sustainable plans; the Grand Hotel Majestic “già Baglioni”, as described in the guide, represents all the features of Bologna preserving classical frescoes and architectures, historical settings and futurist details. The Bernini Palace of Florence encloses the history of the city from the Renaissance and its stunning Sala del Parlamento breakfast room was in 1865 the bouvette of the Italian Kingdom Parliament. And finally, The Bristol in Genoa is an authentic liberty style Palace, as the impressive elliptical suspende marble staircase which inspired Hitchcock to write Vertigo.