The Regina Hotel Baglioni Participates To The Audi Polo Gold Cup
Wednesday 16, June 2010
The Regina Hotel Baglioni supports the Audi Polo Gold Cup, which include a spectacular polo tournament of high sportive performance, including hospitality in its 5 star luxury hotel located in via Veneto.
The collaboration will begin on the occasion of the Coppa Duca d’Aosta in Rome, the most important circuit polo tournament of Roma Polo Club and the closing event of the Audi Polo Gold Cup Circuit, which will be held from June 14th to 19th close by to the historic Roman Acqua Acetosa athletic facility named the “cradle of Italian polo”.
The elegant hotel in Via Veneto will renew its cooperation with the Audi Polo Gold Cup next year in occasion of the Cortina Winter Polo Gold Cup 2011.
“I am very glad that the Regina Hotel Baglioni supports this exclusive sport event – commented Marco Milocco, General Manager of the hotel. “Sport has always been important, both culturally and morally; I think that it is not by coincidence that such a perfect harmony between our hotel, which owes its name to the Queen Margherita of Savoy and the polo sport that has always been considered the sport of kings.
Whether you are an art lover or not, there are many emotions to discover in Rome and staying at the historic Regina Hotel Baglioni, built in Liberty style on via Veneto in 1904 and named after Queen Margaret of Savoy, delivers a combination of legendary Italian hospitality and style, beautifully enhanced by the recent renovation program completed in 2009. .
The Regina Hotel Baglioni belongs to the Baglioni Group, created in 1973, and today has 15 properties in Italy (Bologna, Florence, Milan, Rome, Verona, Venice and Punta Ala) and France (Aix-en-Provence, Champillon-Epernay, Saint Paul de Vence, Mirambeau-Borbeaux, Bort L’Etang Auvergne) and UK (London). With its headquarters in Milan today the group has 800 employees.
The Audi Polo Gold Cup is a renowned sporting circuit event of the polo tournament, which all started in Cortina d’Ampezzo, following in Costa Smeralda and today starts in Rome. Warm welcome and sophistication are the guidelines of the organization led by Maurizio Zuliani and Claudio Giorgiutti, creators of this very popular elite world known sport circuit.
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