Marriott International Announces Two New W Hotels in Italy

Marriott International has signed agreements to debut two W Hotels in Italy with W Milan - Duomo and W Naples. Both hotels are scheduled to open in 2024. The brand is strengthening its expansion plans in the country, following the recent opening of W Rome and the signing of W Florence in 2021.

First built as a bank in the 1920s, W Milan - Duomo is expected to have 166 guestrooms and 36 suites, including an Extreme WOW Suite. Design plans for the hotel’s rooftop include the brand’s signature WET Deck, an exclusive rooftop bar, W Lounge and a signature restaurant, all complete with outdoor terraces. Plans also include a 4,090-square-foot AWAY Spa, complete with an indoor pool and FIT fitness center. Guests will also have access to the W brand’s Whatever/Whenever service.

W Milan - Duomo will be within walking distance of the city’s landmarks including Piazza del Duomo, Teatro alla Scala and Galleria Vittorio Emanuele. Milan’s shopping street, Via Montenapoleone, is a three-minute walk from the hotel.

W Naples, also formerly a bank, will receive a multimillion-pound renovation, with the historic façade remaining untouched playing homage to its historic past. W Naples is expected to offer 78 guestrooms, including 17 suites, several of which offer private terraces. Design plans include a signature restaurant, W Lounge and FIT fitness center.

W Naples is located near the ancient Via Toledo known as the shopping street of Naples, Galleria Umberto I and the UNESCO-listed Teatro San Carlo, which is one of the oldest opera houses in the world. It will also be within walking distance of Molo Beverello Port where guests can dine al fresco with seafront views, or take a day trip to nearby Rome, Capri, Positano and Pompei.

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