News for the Hospitality Executive
Carla Milos Appointed General Manager of the 140-room
Terme di Saturnia Spa & Golf Resort in Saturnia, Italy
SATURNIA, ITALY– June 22, 2010 - Carla Milos has been appointed general manager of the 140-room luxury Terme di Saturnia Spa & Golf Resort as announced by Ms. Milos previously served as Terme di Saturnia’s hotel director.
Ms. Milos’s experience with Terme di Saturnia, extensive knowledge of luxury properties and proven track record brings tremendous value and strength to the resort. Her thorough understanding of both the resort and the industry and the level of luxury provided to the clientele will help to continue to improve operations, offering new amenities and services in a continuous effort to exceed the expectations of guests. The all staff is pleased to have her as part of the Terme di Saturnia team.
Prior to serving as Terme di Saturnia’s Hotel Director, Milos oversaw the grand opening and held the position of general manager of Rome’s Grand Hotel Via Veneto 5* de-luxe. In addition, she also served as the general manager of Rome’s Hotel Majestic 5* de-luxe and then GM at Grand Hotel Parco dei Principi 5* de-luxe from 1997-2008. Milos is a member of the European Hotel Managers Association, Donne del Vino and the Association of Italian Sommeliers.
As general manager, Milos is charged with overseeing all hotel operations that includes food & beverage outlets fine dining all’Acquacotta and the casual Aqualuce, the newly opened championship golf course and the renowned Terme di Saturnia spa facilities. In this role, Milos will work with hotel executives to optimize operations to provide the ultimate guest experience.
Terme di Saturnia Spa & Golf Resort features 140 guestrooms, including 80 Junior Suites and two Grand Suites, state-of-the-art spa with 53 treatment rooms, two restaurants, an Aldo Coppola Hair Salon, a conference center with meeting room for up to 250 people, six outdoor pools and an indoor pool, a replica of a traditional Roman bath house, fitness center, tennis court, practice green, Cruciani Luxury Cashmere, Spa Boutique, Spa Cafe and an art gallery. In addition, the resort opened a championship golf course in spring 2008, designed by renowned architect Ronald Fream that allows golfers to take in the spectacular Tuscan setting.
A true medical spa with a staff of hydrotherapy treatments based on the area’s unique thermal waters which date back to the Etruscan period. The 3,000-year-old thermal pool has been flowing continuously into the natural crater nestled at the center of the resort, containing precious minerals and salts which were found to have healing effects on aches and pains of the ancient Romans.
|Also See:||Mario Ferraro Appointed General Manager of the Hilton Molino Stucky, Venice, Italy / May 2008|