This September marks the reopening of Rocco Forte Hotels’ Brown’s Hotel in London, Hotel Amigo in Brussels, Hotel Savoy in Florence and Hotel de la Ville in Rome. The openings appear on the heels of the brand’s new partnership with VistaJet for much more private VIP offerings, the start of Verdura Resort’s eight new villas remaining in September and the remainder of the brand’s residence reopenings earlier this 12 months.
With the expanding demand from customers for non-public vacation experiences away from the crowds, Rocco Forte Hotels suggests it has pivoted to generate luxurious programming that vacationers will be searching for for the foreseeable potential. For instance, Brown’s Hotel has teamed up with Pashley Cycles, England’s oldest bicycle maker. These classic bicycles will be on hand for visitors to make the most of the outdoors together with a “bespoke bike safari itinerary,” entire with a typical British picnic awaiting friends in a nearby park.
Rocco Forte Hotels also suggests it is leaning into its outdoor spaces, be it gardens or rooftops—allowing travelers to enjoy clean air aside from the crowds. To notice, pursuing a year-prolonged restoration undertaking, Lodge de Russie’s key garden has been brought again to its original style from the 1820s. The back garden can provide as the place for open-air meals.
Rocco Forte Hotels is also formally extending its portfolio into Milan in 2023, welcoming attendees right after an extensive refurbishment of the unique Baglioni Hotel Carlton. Other new developments including Villa Igiea in Palermo, The Westbund Resort in Shanghai and Rocco Forte House in Florence are even now on target for grand opening in 2021.
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