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The DNA: Following the success of its South American resorts and wineries, Vik Retreats has landed in the centre Milan for its first foray into Europe. Hosting a sprawling network of 89 rooms, a private spa and an on-site cafe and peering out over a glass-roofed parade of the boutiques in the galleria on one side and Piazza della Scala (in the opera house’s shadow) on the other, the hotel’s privileged sightlines are only rivaled by scenes within.


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- design by Jean-Philippe Nuel.
Year opened: 1889. Boscalt Hospitality, the Luxembourg-based hospitality fund, has acquired the 100-room hotel which will undergo major renovations and will be repositioned into the ultra-luxury lifestyle Baccarat Hotel Rome. Following the refurbishments, the hotel will comprise 83 bigger rooms along with new dining venues, while maintaining the building’s original architectural features.


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The DNA: The new Ca’ di Dio hotel is set in a14th-century building, once home to variously; pilgrims, ‘fallen’ women and the elderly. There’s interiors by Patricia Urquiola and a warm and relaxed approach to five-star hospitality. The lagoon-facing site in Castello, on the edge of Arsenale, is hard to beat.
A 15th-century Doge palazzo, it became a hotel in 1895. A multi-million revamp brought the building firmly into the 21st century, with state-of-the-art high water protection and heaps of technological gadgetry. You might never notice though, because the artworks, antiques and glorious Murano glass chandeliers set the tone, and the Rubelli fabrics on walls and furniture in bedrooms and intimate public areas are as ageless as they are beautiful. The vibe at the Gritti is elegant and grown-up.


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