Concierge.com's insider take:
At the end of 2009, the Chedi was taken over by the Rezidor group and rebranded as the Radisson Blu. Apart from a welcome drop in price, little else has changed. With its cool, Asian-tinged decor, this 250-room "urban resort" features a quality fusion restaurant; an excellent spa; a long, slim indoor pool with attached sauna, hammam, and gym; and two executive floors with luxurious rooms (540 square feet) and extra services (including a personal butler). The chill-out bedrooms are done in a Bali-meets-Ikea idiom calculated to soothe the overworked business travelers that make up much of the hotel's clientele; don't sniff at the basic deluxe doubles, which are as roomy as many city-center suites. Free Wi-Fi, conference and meeting facilities, and a 40-room long-stay annex (the Virtus Club) are other baits set out to tempt the hotel's core market. The former industrial area of Bovisa, where this property is situated, isn't central—but it's convenient to the Fiera Milano trade fair complex, and it's beginning to attract a loft-dwelling population of creative types.—Updated by Lee Marshall
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