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Hotels now open in Milan: ready for your next trip?

The coronavirus emergency is not over but the spread of the virus has shown important signs of slowing down. For this reason through several decrees the Italian government has allowed the many italian industries and sectors to go back to normality. The only industry which seems to be still suffering for the unusual rules and regulations its tourism. If on one hand it si vital in this very delicate phase to comply with strict regulations in terms of sanification, social distancing and hygiene on the other an industry that generates the 13% of Italian GDP cannot just stop and wait to see what happens. For ths reason some of the Italian hotels have decided to re-open their facilities making sure that the maximum standards of hygiene were applied. Here it is a non exhaustive list of the hotels which are now open in Milan.

Hotels now open in Milan

One of the very first of hotels to open again its doors has been the Best Western Plus Hotel Galles Milano which through an excellent social media campaign has continuosly updated its customers about the new policies in terms of health and safety.

We also tried to book a room at Demidoff the 3* hotel housed in a Art Decò building just a few steps from the busy shopping district of Corso Buenos Aires and it is now operational as usual.

The Star Hotel Rosa Grand right next to the Duomo Cathedral actually never closed and it is open for business as usual as it is the ME Milan Il Duca halfway between the fashion district and the majestic central station.

Hotels about to open in Milan

The Mandarin Oriental within the Milanese fashion district has opened its two restaurants at the end of May and for the time being a date for the opening of the whole hotel is unknown. While another elegant and fancy hotel in that same area, the Four Seasons, will resume its usual activity from the 1st of July 2020 when the first guests will be welcomed within this old monastery turned into one of the most appreciated hotels in the city.

While the Principe di Savoia one of the historical hotels of the city is still awaiting to understand how the whole situation will evolve in the near future and it is, for the time being, closed.

The whole city is ready to welcome its national and international visitors. The many airlines landing at the three Milanese airports have already launched promotional campaigns to tease their customers to choose Milan as their first post pandemic destination, the only thing missing…is you!

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