Milanese property, Hotel Principe di Savoia is embracing the city’s idyllic surroundings with its ‘Wine Tasting’ package which provides you with a city break in Milan and the opportunity to discover the nearby Piemonte region.
From September, as the harvest begins, chef sommelier Alessandra Veronesi will offer wine tastings as one of the many ways to experience the true essence of Italy. Surrounded by the Piemonte scenery of vineyards and castles, Hotel Principe di Savoia is a lovely destination where you can experience the charm of the region – combined with the glamour of Milan.
Guests can travel through the traditional villages and witness the family ethos of all the top wineries in the area, as well as savouring the haute cuisine of Lombary.
The ‘Wine Tasting’ package includes:
- Daily buffet breakfast
- A visit to a winery in the area of Barolo and a tasting of four different wines
- Transfer from the hotel to and from the city of Alba with private car and chauffeur
- Lunch at Alba with a typical Italian four course menu
- Dinner at the Acanto restaurant with a four course meal and paired wines
- Access to Club 10 fitness & beauty centre
- Car service to and from the city centre
This offer is valid from 15th September to 30th November 2014 and subject to availability. The minimum length of stay is three nights with rates from €650 per room per night.
This package can be booked directly by calling the hotel on +39 02 6230 5555 or via e-mail email@example.com.
Hotel Principe di Savoia is part of the Dorchester Collection, a portfolio including some of the world’s foremost luxury hotels in Europe and the USA, each of which reflects the distinctive culture of its destination.
The current portfolio includes the following hotels (in order of them joining the group): The Dorchester, London; The Beverly Hills Hotel, Beverly Hills; Le Meurice, Paris; Hôtel Plaza Athénée, Paris; Hotel Principe di Savoia, Milan; Hotel Bel-Air, Los Angeles; Coworth Park, Ascot, UK; 45 Park Lane, London; Le Richemond, Geneva; and Hotel Eden, Rome.