Managing Director and member of the Pellicano Hotels’ Board of Directors. He has spent his career in the luxury hospitality market. In 2008 Michele joined Hotel Il Pellicano and La Posta Vecchia Hotel and he was part of the team that has built and managed the fusion process that led to the birth of Pellicano Hotels Group with new corporate services, such as Sales & Marketing, Booking, Administration, Management Control and Human Resources. Since 2014 he is a member of the Board of Directors, and in 2015 he was appointed Vice Director and Business Controller of Pellicano Hotels. Since January 2019 he is the Managing Director of the Group and he was involved in the development project that led Pellicano Hotels to manage Mezzatorre Hotel & Thermal Spa in Ischia. At the beginning of his career he has worked at Bulgari Hotels & Resort in Milan.
At Pellicano Hotels Group, luxury is timeless yet understated, it is in the atmosphere, a gesture, and any number of many small details.The iconic Hotel Il Pellicano (50 rooms, Porto Ercole) and La Posta Vecchia Hotel (19 rooms, Palo Laziale) were joined in 2019 by the suitably fascinating Mezzatorre Hotel & Thermal Spa (52 rooms, Ischia), newly infused with that Pellicano Hotels’ personality. Open for ‘the season’, each hotel captures the loveliest times in Italy from spring to autumn, when sunlight glints off the fresh seas lapping La Posta Vecchia’s ochre façade and the private coves beneath Il Pellicano and Mezzatorre. The Pellicano Grand Tour through Tuscany, Lazio and Campania is the essence of the group, nurtured with a very personal care under the dynamic direction of Marie-Louise Sciò, CEO & Creative Director. As an acknowledged arbiter of contemporary fine tastes and armed with an architectural background, Marie Louise cultivates a contemporary creative spirit at Pellicano Hotels, which she shares with warmth and wit. The Group is headed by the Sciò family, whose goal is to grow what founder Roberto Sciò has started. Finding and preserving unique places with personality and promoting the Pellicano style in the world, as an icon of Italian hospitality and not only: timeless, elegant cultured and eclectic.