Doltone House Marconi to open in late May

Western Sydney will welcome new function rooms and an exhibition centre in a few months following a partnership between Doltone House and Club Marconi.

Club Marconi is being transformed by Doltone House with a four-month renovation costing $4 million that will transform the sporting club’s function rooms to accommodate 600, 800 and 1200 people.

“The Signorelli family … (is) very proud to continue the legacy of our father, the late Biaggio Signorelli, an Italian migrant of the 1950s and an original Marconi member,” Paul Signorelli, executive chairman of Doltone House Group, told the Daily Telegraph.

“Many of our clients have asked us over the years to bring Doltone House closer to them and we are very pleased to have this exciting opportunity in which to do so.”

When opened, the Colosseo will accommodate up to 1200 people in its 1000sqm space which has a 4-metre high ceiling. La Boheme will have a capacity of up to 800 people, and the Elettra will cater up to 600.

Club Marconi’s Palladium Exhibition space will have a capacity of 5000 people.

Doltone House Marconi is slated to open in late May.