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Milan Design Agenda, has the proud to announce the opening of one more Milan Luxury Hotel and one of the best Hotels Projects ever made. Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group has confirmed the appointment of Luca Finardi as General Manager of Mandarin Oriental, Milan which is scheduled to open in 2015. His appointment is effective from 1 July, 2014.
Mr Finardi has a wealth of experience in the Italian luxury hospitality industry with prior appointments as General Manager of the Royaldemeure Spa Hotels, Hotel Savoy and Villa San Michele in Florence. He joins Mandarin Oriental from Belmond Hotels (formerly known as Orient Express Hotels) where he held the position of General Manager and Area Manager, Sicily at Grand Hotel Timeo & Villa Sant’Andrea in Taormina.
Mr Finardi studied Tourism and graduated from the ITT “Toscanelli”, Florence. An Italian national he is also fluent in both English and French.
Designed as a stylish and intimate hotel, featuring 104 guestrooms including 34 suites,
Mandarin Oriental, Milan will be housed in the re-development of three elegant 19th Century buildings, ideally located on Via Monte di Pieta, one of Milan’s most prestigious addresses.
The property provides easy access to the city’s important commercial, fashion and cultural
centres, and is a short walk from many major tourist and shopping attractions.
See the press release here.
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