“The only hotel with a garden (and there’s a gorgeous, peaceful acre of it) within Milan’s old city walls, the sophisticated Bulgari, managed by Ritz Carlton hotels, is chic and luxurious. The impressive interior design hints vaguely at ‘30s minimalism or a sleek ocean liner; there’s black and white marble in the main lounge, warm beige, brown and black in the 52 (small-ish) bedrooms, each of which has a teak balcony; the best bedrooms overlook the garden. The spa is small but sensational. The bill, by contrast, is sensationally large.”
Written by Nicky Swallow
"Set in a 4,800 square yard leafy private garden in Brera, Milan’s artists’ quarter, the hotel enjoys a wonderfully tranquil location."
Originally published by The Telegraph (view article)