Che bello: Are these the 10 best hotels in Milan?
Hotels in Milan score above all with one thing: exceptional design. But which ones are convincing on all levels?
June 6, 2022
Four Seasons Milano: the elegant
It was once a monastery and is now a Four Seasons Hotel in Italy ... Well, this description applies to two properties of the noble brand. And just like its sister hotel San Domenico Palace in Sicily, the monastery in Milan, which has become a luxury hotel, also impresses with its consummate elegance. Located on Via Gesù, in the heart of the Fashion District and equipped with numerous original pieces from the 15th century, marble bathrooms and pool, it is one of the best hotels in Milan.
Four Seasons Milano
Via Gesù 6-8, 20121 Milan, Italy
Tel.: +39 02 77088
Price: double room from about € 900,- per night
Armani Hotel Milano: the minimalist
If you are looking for the best hotel for Fashion Week in Milan, the Armani Hotel Milano is the perfect choice. It is located in Montenapoleone and thus virtually in the middle. No less a person than the Fashion God himself, Giorgio Armani, was responsible for the design. So it's no wonder that fashionistas from all over the world flock here. Natural light, soothing colours and high-end technology make the hotel a cosy place despite minimalism.
Via Alessandro Manzoni 31, 20121 Milan, Italy
Tel.: +39 02 8883 8888
Price: double room from approx. € 830,- per night
Airbnb Milan loft: the authentic
Loft living at its best is what guests of this beautiful apartment experience. It is located in the centre, just a ten-minute walk from the cathedral. Amenities include a library housed in a gallery above the living area, a full kitchen, a bedroom with a double bed, and a lovely bathroom. Romantic: the open fireplace! As a guest here you experience how stylish living à la Milanese can be.
Located in the city center
Price: Apartment from about € 135,- per night
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voco Milano-Fiere: the surprising
The first voco Hotel in Italy combines Skandi style with Italian dolce vita. The rooms exude a cosy atmosphere with muted colours and minimalist chic, while two restaurants and bars on the first floor offer culinary delights. The - mostly younger - guests can let off steam in the spa with pool and sauna, in the gym or with videogames, darts and billiards. The hotel is close to the Milano Innovation District (MIND), the Convention Center and the Exhibition Center, all within easy reach of the city centre.
Via Giorgio Stephenson 55, 20157 Milan, Italy
Tel.: +39 02 8961 7600
Price: double room from approx. € 210,- per night
Mandarin Oriental Milano: the luxurious
It's just a few steps from the hotel door to the Fashion District. For this reason alone, the shady courtyard is a popular meeting place for cocktail-savvy crowds - or for dining at Antonio Guida's Michelin-starred Seta. The luxury brand's first hotel has 1940s echoes, oak and cream tones.
Mandarin Oriental Milano
Via Andegari 9, 20121 Milan, Italy
Tel.: +39 02 8731 8888
Price: double room from about € 900,- per night
Bulgari Milan: the noble
Black marble from Zimbabwe, teak from Burma, and bronze are the defining hues in the Bulgari Milan, which is characterized by timeless chic. The bathrooms of the light-flooded accommodations feature granite bathtubs, and the brand's amenity kits pamper guests with top-quality products. Worth seeing in the spa: the 12-meter swimming pool with its golden mosaic tiles. Also top: the lush garden with chestnut trees and plane trees.
Via Privata Fratelli Gabba 7/B, Milan 2021, Italy
Tel.: +39 02 805 80 51
Price: double room from approx. € 970,- per night
La Favia: the strong character
Art Deco meets vintage: housed in a 19th-century residential building, Marco and Fabio's bed & breakfast scores with characterful furnishings. The two brought back all the decorative pieces from their travels around the world. There are rugs from Darjeeling in India on the floor and wicker chairs from Barcelona invite you to relax. The concept works; spiced with family heirlooms, it results in a charming, unique style. LaFavia is not far from Porta Nuova.
La Favia Milano
Via Carlo Farini 4, 20154 Milan, Italy
Price: double room from € 115,- per night
Senato Hotel Milano: the family atmosphere
It was once the private home of the Ranza family. But then they transformed the neoclassical building in the immediate vicinity of the Fashion District into a small boutique hotel. And it still is today - with great success. The contemporary décor with lots of black, white and copper comes from local craftsmen, the products in Senato Caffè come from Lombardy and overall hovers the spirit of a quiet hideaway in a lively city.
Senato Hotel Milano
Via Senato 22, 20121 Milan, Italy
Tel.: +39 02 781236
Price: double room from about € 250,- per night
Park Hyatt Milan: the exquisite
In the heart of the city, the Park Hyatt Milan attracts guests with its sophisticated décor. The stucco, for example, comes from Venice, the handmade chandeliers are made of Murano glass, and the works of important artists are regularly exhibited in the hall. The hotel itself is located in a beautiful late 19th century palazzo. Guests can relax in elegant rooms and suites, as well as in the spa. At Pellico 3 Milano, Guido Paternollo cooks exceptional Italian cuisine.
Park Hyatt Milano
Via Tommaso Grossi 1, 20121 Milan, Italy
Tel.: +39 02 8821 1234
Price: double room from approx. 620,- per night
Principe di Savoia: the traditional
If you're looking for a grand hotel in Milan that exudes the flair of classic hotel icons, this is it. The interior is supported by Art Deco elements, including a huge Murano glass chandelier. Classic paintings, stylish backlighting and custom furniture make up the pièces de résistance. And, of course, the tinted crystal bar. Or the fitness centre. Molto Bene!
Hotel Principe di Savoia
Piazza della Repubblica 17, 20124 Milan, Italy
Tel.: +39 02 62301
Price: double room from approx. € 490,- per night