Marco Milocco is the new General Manager of the Regina Hotel Baglioni
Following a repositioning strategy for the top luxury hotel
Marco Milocco, an Italian hotel manager with 20 years of wide international experience in CIGA and Starwood Hotels & Resorts, has been appointed General Manager at the Regina Hotel Baglioni, the historical hotel located in the heart of Via Veneto, in Rome.
Marco Milocco started his career in 1991 with Starwood Hotels & Resort as Marketing and Sales manager at the Excelsior Hotel and Grand Hotel in Florence. From 1995 to 1996, he moved in Venice where he was responsible of Marketing & Sales for prestigious hotels such as the Gritti Palace Hotel, the Europa and Regina, the Excelsior Lido, the Hotel des Bains and the Danieli where he became Resident Manager until 1998 to be then appointed General Manager at the Westin Europa & Regina. In 2000, he moved back to Florence where he managed the Grand Hotel and the Westin Excelsior. In 2002 he was appointed Area Manager for Costa Smeralda and in 2006 he became the General Manager and Project Coordinator for the Castiglion del Bosco Hotel, in Tuscany, with Massimo Ferragamo.
“The philosophy of Baglioni’s luxurious hospitality matches elegance, expertise, care and warmth with customers, avoiding empty formalities and seeking elegant and sincere relationships. By adopting this vision, Baglioni is surely positioning itself ahead of many International luxury companies in the eyes of luxury travelers and matches the same values I have always followed during my career” declared Marco Milocco. “I am really eager to offer my passion and experience to the Regina Hotel Baglioni, one of the most prestigious hotels of the Baglioni Group and undoubtedly one of the most beautiful hotels in the Italian capital. After the recently completed important renovation of this historical hotel, we want to re-launch the cultural heritage that made of it one of the preferred meeting places by the international jet set.”
The Regina Hotel Baglioni, an historical hotel located in via Veneto, was built in 1904 in liberty style and named after the Queen Margaret of Savoy, offering a refined combination of hospitality and impressive Italian style, now skillfully enhanced by the important renovation, recently completed in the first quarter of 2009.
The 103 luxurious rooms and elegant suites, the exclusive Spa, the Brunello Lounge & Restaurant with its refined kitchen, the Sala Belvedere hosting events and meetings while offering a breathtaking view of the Italian capital, are framed with the care for details and the personalization of service that made of the Regina Baglioni one of the best luxury hotels in Rome.