The Transformation of the Sheraton Milan San Siro
Following a restoration of over 60 million euros of the previous Grand Hotel Brun, Marriott International announced the opening of the Sheraton Milan San Siro. Owned by International Hotel Investments and located in the San Siro district in Milan, Italy, Sheraton Milan San Siro is situated in a green area that integrates with the interior design of the hotel.
Led by designer, Chiara Caberlon of CaberlonCaroppi Italian Touch Architects in Fermo, Italy, the architectural and interior design project was developed and inspired by urban resorts with personalized furnishing related to the Milanese architectural features and the palette of colors of the Lombard capital.
A curved modernist architecture characterizes the main structure of the building, reflected in the internal public and private spaces that have been transformed. Defined by the architectural shape of the building, the interiors of the hotel are characterized by a combination of styles that recall a 60s look. The grid design in the work area integrates shared and private areas, enriched with textile elements and custom-made furnishings.
The Sheraton Milan San Siro has been designed for both business and leisure. The hotel has 310 rooms located on six floors, including 24 suites and one presidential suite. Concerning food and beverage, the hotel has the Silene Bar & Restaurant with an external garden/terrace, and El Patio del Guacho of the former football player, Javier Zanetti, which proposes Argentinian meet dishes, as well as fish and vegetables dishes with a contemporary touch. The hotel has also 21 meeting rooms for meetings and events that extend over a total of 2,500 square meters.
Sheraton Milan San Siro has an Elite Spa and Wellness, a fitness center with the latest equipment, swimming pool with solarium and dedicated bar, playing area for children, and private parking with 144 parking spaces.
Sheraton Milan San Siro
General Contractors: Concreta srl, Postalesio, Italy (main areas); StylArte S. R. L., Nebbiuno, Italy (guestrooms)
Interior Designer: CaberlonCaroppi, Fermo, Italy
Tile Supplier: Ceramica Sant’Agostino, location (tile in bathrooms)