Italian hotel of the 14th century passed to Utell

Italian hotel of the 14th century passed to Utell
One of the most luxurious hotels in Italy will be promoted by Utell Hotels & Resorts

Italian hotel chain Utell Hotels & Resorts has signed a contract with the legendary Veronian hotel - Due Torri Hotel Baglioni. This hotel, known as one of the oldest hotels in Verona, located in a building dating back to the 14th century. The contract between Utell Hotels & Resorts and Hotel Due Torri Hotel Baglioni provides a full range of services on promoting, international marketing, sales and distribution, which will be provided by Utell.

The contract was signed for three years. For Utell Hotels & Resorts the oldest hotel in Verona will be the first 5-star hotel of the chain in the famous Italian city.

Hotel Hotel Due Torri is located in close proximity to one of the main attractions of Verona - famous balcony, which was one of the places where took place the scenes of Shakespeare's legendary poem "Romeo and Juliet."

But Hotel Due Torri itself is also a major sight. During the long history of the hotel many legendary persons including Mozart and Goethe stayed in its rooms. In addition, Hotel Due Torri was the coronation place of the exiled French King Louis XVII.

Today hotel offers 88 luxury rooms, each of which has absorbed the atmosphere of the Italian Renaissance with its elegance, sophistication and luxury interiors.

For the famous hotel in Verona contract with Utell means the opportunity to enter the world's leading travel agencies and signing of agreements with leading tour operators of the planet. Hotel Due Torri will also be included in the directory of online booking of many travel services. Promotion of its services will also be provided by Utell at the corporate level.

Utell Hotels & Resorts is a marketing hotel chain that offers its member hotels a full spectrum of support in the market. Currently, Utell Hotels & Resorts is working with 9000 hotels worldwide, including 200 hotels in Italy.

Date: 28/09/2010

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