Gruppo Statuto acquires Six Senses Rome from Orion Capital
Italian investor Gruppo Statuto has acquired the ultra-luxury, 96-room Six Senses Rome for a reported €245 million (€2.6 million per room), from London-based real estate investment manager Orion Capital. The trophy hotel has wellness and spa offerings, an all-day-dining restaurant and a rooftop bar and restaurant. Earlier this year, Italian lender Banco BPM agreed a structured finance agreement worth €495 million with Gruppo Statuto and GWM Group, in partnership with asset management company ARECneprix. Gruppo Statuto’s portfolio includes several luxury Italian hotels, including the Four Seasons hotels in Milan and Taormina, Hotel Danieli in Venice, The Rome EDITION, as well as the 162-room W Ibiza which the group acquired earlier this year.