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The best 5 luxury hotels in Milan

Luxury hotels in Milan

The city of Milan features an impressive number of accommodation opportunities. There are more than 40.000 sleeping rooms in the metropolitan area of Milan and this does not include the number of apartaments listed on the AirBnb platform.

If you are looking for something more than a budget hotel and you wish to join the pleasure of the sightseeing of Milan with the comforts of luxury hotels, you must check this list!

Bulgari Hotel

The hotel owned and managed by the jewelry company based in Rome is a jem right in the heart of Milano. It features three kinds of sleeping rooms (superior, deluxe and premium) and five types of suites from junior to la Bulgari Suite with its 90 square meters private terrace.

Armani Hotel

This hotel is the second one built by King Giorgio (the first is in Dubai) and it is right above the main Armani store in via Manzoni, where the magic of the Milanese shopping happens. The Armani’s signature minimal design and its award winning luxury Spa make of this hotel the best way to enjoy the true Milan’s vibe.

Palazzo Parigi

This hotel is right behind the San Marco’s church where a young Mozart came to perform back in 1770 and it is just a few steps form the Brera district, a dandy neighbourhood where the Acadamy of Art and the Pinacoteca are. The hotel’s Grand Spa features a 12x7m pool with counter-current swimming.

Grand Hotel et de Milan

This hotels opened its doors in 1863 and during its more than 150 years of history has been the home of some of the most distinguished personalities of the 19th and 20th century. From Giuseppe Verdi to Enrico Caruso and famed movie director Vittorio de Sica. This hotel also features meeting rooms for private events and business meetings.

Principe di Savoia

This hotel is now part of the Dorchester collection and is probably the most popular among the luxury hotels in Milan. Its presidential suite which features a private pool has been chosen by the many actors and artists who came to Milan for work or pleasure.

 

 

 

 

 

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