Fiesole’s Il Salviatino has appointed a new general manager: Juan Miquel will direct the 42-home villa hotel as it enters a new era in hospitality that “celebrates wellness, sustainability and typical Italian custom.”
Miquel joins Il Salviatino as the residence embarks on a collection of enhancements to its outdoor areas, together with a new spa and pool property within the property’s twelve-additionally acres of non-public park. The new additions are because of to be finished in time for the villa’s reopening in the spring of 2021, further more expanding on Il Salviatino’s wellness choices, which contain an expansive organic and natural orchard and herb yard that influences the seasonal menus of the hotel’s restaurant, La Terrazza.
Miquel joins Il Salviatino by way of Castello Banfi – Il Borgo, in which he was general manager of the award-successful Tuscany winery’s hospitality division, which comprised the 14-home Relais & Chateaux luxurious hotel, a historic castle, a wine shop and two places to eat. Previously, Miquel served as general manager of Villa Mangiacane, a leading 28-home hotel in the Chianti spot, in which he oversaw operations of the property’s shops, and liaised with workers across all departments to offer excellence in support to leisure and group company alike.
A indigenous of Mallorca, Spain, Miquel has been residing in Italy for 15 many years. Il Salviatino was at first built as a farmhouse in the fifteenth century and then refurbished by some of Florence’s elite people more than the many years.
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