Luxury hotels in Milan best represent the perfect mix of continental and mediterranean culture that is the trademark of the city. From the historical facilities which have made the history of the Milanese (and Italian) hospitality to the new up and coming hotels that merge with the more urban and modern soul of Milan. There are plenty of facilities which features every imaginable thing one could possibly desire. From SPA treatments with snail slime, steam bath and ice waterfalls to private concierge services provided by the most efficient hospitality experts. While if you are looking for an authentic Italian culinary experience the Michelin starred restaurants within these luxury hotels in Milan will not disappoint you. Here below our selection of luxury hotels in Milan from Monday to Sunday.
Portrait Milano on a Monday
A brand new facility that has just opened its doors as we have written in our recent article. Part of the Lungarno Collection, the hotel chain that belongs to the Ferragamo family. The hotel features 73 rooms and suite designed by architect Michele Bonan. The Portrait Milano hotel overlooks the new Piazza del Quadrilatero which is the largest square in the fashion district. The Piazza also includes a shopping arcade and spaces fro private events. In the kitchens of this new hotel in Milan there is chef Alberto Quadrio, one the youngest and most promising faces of Italian food.
Mandarin Oriental for a Tuesday night
This hotel is just a stone throw from the well known Milanese fashion district. The Mandarin Oriental in Milan features 70 rooms and 34 suites designed with a more minimalist touch as per the signature style of this Hong Kong based hotel chain. Chef Antonio Guida is behind the counter of the renowned Seta restaurant. The 900-square-meter spa has six treatment rooms, a hair salon, a fully equipped gym and the largest indoor pool in the city centre of Milan. The Mandarin Oriental in Milan also features two different and secluded court yards where to enjoy breakfast or an aperitivo.
It’s Wednesday, time for Casa Cipriani!
Casa Cipriani in Milan has opened its doors just a few months ago. This brand new facility welcomes its guest in 15 different rooms and suites. The hotel overlooks the Giardini Pubblici Indro Montanelli, the oldest park in the city. This iconic hotel found home at Palazzo Bernasconi, a stunning building which was originally constructed in 1910. In addition to the rooms, Casa Cipriani offers to its guests an exclusive club which includes a bar, a restaurant and a SPA.
For a Thursday experience choose Principe di Savoia
The Hotel Principe di Savoia is one of the oldest in the city. The architect who designed the building was the Milanese Cesare Tenca and the original name of this astonishing facility was Hotel du Nord. Nowadays the hotel features five different kind of rooms, two suite formats and six exclusive suites. Within the walls of the Hotel Principe di Savoia have stayed members of the royal family as well as celebrities from the world of music and cinema. These include Michael Jackson, Madonna and Lady Gaga.
TGIF! Dinner at Armani Hotel
The hotel owned by Giorgio Armani is the second of its kind after the one in Dubai. Among the best luxury hotels in Milan the Armani Hotel surely best reflects the Milanese soul. The name Giorgio Armani is in fact inextricably linked to the fashion capital. The designer’s trademark made famous by the sober and refined style is also found in the furnishings of this hotel. Both the restaurant and the bamboo bar on the seventh floor offer exclusive culinary experiences. Francesco Mascheroni and Niimori Nobuya curate the food offer at the enchanting Armani Hotel.
Grand Hotel et De Milan for a Saturday night out
The wine cellar of the Grand Hotel et de Milan is surely worth of a visit. It features a Roman wall which dates back to 250 AD. The hotel is just a few steps from the fashionable via Montenapoleone and Piazza della Scala. This hotel is particularly famous because it was chosen by Giuseppe Verdi as his main residence. Ristorante Caruso, Gerry’s Bar and Ristorante Don Carlos complete the offer of the hotel. A must have is Risotto alla Milanese creamed with bone marrow.
Sunday Brunch at Four Season Milan
The hotel was developed were once there a was a convent that dates back to the XV century. It is right in the heart of the fashion district and features a stunning court yard and garden. A must do at the Four Season is their signature Sunday brunch. It became some sort of tradition throughout the years for the Milanese and tourists in the city. It is also a very popular venue for weddings due to the romanticism that the whole building exudes.
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