Principe di Savoia

Principe di Savoia Hotel Principe di Savoia, or simply referred to as The Principe, is a five-star hotel in Milan, Italy. The hotel has long become one of Milan's Landmarks.

Founded by the name of "Principe e Savoia" in 1927, a time when Milan had already established its position as financial center of the country, it soon became a home for businessmen. With time, celebrities of all kinds chose The Principe for their Italian stays: Edward VIII, Erich Maria Remarque, Aristotle Onassis, Evita Peron, Maria Callas; and in recent years Madonna, David Beckham and George Clooney, among others.In 2003, the hotel became part of the Dorchester Collection, a group of luxury hotels owned by the Brunei Investment Agency. Located on Piazza della Repubblica, The Principe houses 301 rooms with 44 suites throughout ten floors.HistoryThe hotel originally opened in April 1927 as Principe e Savoia, developed by S.A. Acquisto ed Esercizio Alberghi Savoia. Its neoclassical architectural design was developed by Milanese architect Cesare Tenca. Following the Great Depression in the 1930s, the hotel was acquired by CIGA Hotels Group in 1938, which also managed hotels including Danieli and Gritti Palace in Venice. During World War II, Principe became a headquarters for the Germans, and later it was used as an American headquarters. The hotel, which was not badly damaged during the war, underwent renovations in the 1950s adding two wings: Principe Rosso and Metallico.

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