Seven Stars Galleria Hotel
Seven Stars Galleria is the first certified seven star hotel in Europe. Perfectly located in the Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II, the historic heart of Milan, it is the only hotel situated in a national monument. Designed by the famous architect Ettore Mocchetti, the seven magnificent suites, overlooking the stunning Galleria, offer an intimate, tranquil and elegant hideaway. The exclusive service is hold on a high esteem by a very personal butler.
On march, 7th 2008, SGS, a world leader in inspection services, certification, testing and control has officially awarded Town House Seven Stars Galleria the first ever seven star certificate hotel in the world, the first certificate that guarantees a category of extra luxurious service within the area of hotel hospitality.
This services certification is a voluntary scheme that consists of recognition on the part of the super parts (SGS) entity so that services provided correspond to the norms and ad hoc specifications. These are specified the “Specific service technology” and are approved by a committee that is both technical and independent.
The award ceremony decrees that Town House Seven Stars Galleria is now the first hotel in the world to be awarded Seven Stars. The specifications admitted by Town House Seven Stars Galleria have been chosen and are qualified criteria applying to a personal service, reserved and luxurious. SGS has verified these factors during announced audits and incognito visits of so-called “mystery guests”. Considering this positive result from the SGS organisation, from the 7th March, the hotel can display a seven star sign and is entered onto the register of official regional recognition.
“This service certification is a motive for growth within the hotel sector and on behalf of the entire luxury segment I would like to thank SGS, because they make it this sort of award possible and allow recognition on an International level.” Mr Duilio Giacomelli, Managing Director, SGS Italy and the Chief Operating Officer, South East Europe.