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Cortina, Grand hotel Savoia ready to reopen

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The noble property resumes business with its new owner, Italian fund manager Quinta Capital Sgr, which has acquired the 132-room lifestyle hotel and its sister property, Savoia Palace, with 44 accommodations.

CORTINA. A message of trust from one of the most historic hospitality structures in Cortina, the Grand hotel Savoia: it will reopen on December 3rd, after the recent change of ownership.

«Cortina and this structure are close to my heart and I am excited to start a new journey with the team. In the short term, we will focus on developing luxury services and experiences for our customers. “

This was stated by Rosanna Conti, general manager of the Grand hotel Savoia, who is leaving on the eve of the Sant’Ambrogio and Immaculate Conception bridges.

«For the future we are planning a series of activities to improve our offer for external customers. The main challenge will be how to balance our leisure and lifestyle offer with the Mice experience. We are proud to be a truly unique property in the center of Cortina and we are excited about what the future will bring, ”says Conti.

The noble property resumes business with its new owner, Italian fund manager Quinta Capital Sgr, which has acquired the 132-room lifestyle hotel and its sister property, Savoia Palace, with 44 accommodations.

In view of the 2026 Olympics, the Group is banking on major investments in the hospitality sector and the recent 70 million transaction completed offers important support for the mountain destination. The properties acquired will suffer a repositioning and re-branding program, in line with the strategic objectives of the fund. Both properties underwent an extensive two-year, € 10 million renovation, which was completed in 2020. Explaining the deal recently, Luca Turco, CEO of Quinta Capital sgr, had highlighted that the accommodation facilities offer very interesting opportunities, especially if in the most famous tourist destinations. f.d.m.

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