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In spite of being home to some incredible art, including da Vinci's The Last Supper, and some incredible museums and architecture, Milan isn’t really a tourist city. Shoppers, foodies, art fans, and football, fashion and opera-lovers adore it, but it’s not quite beautiful. About 80 per cent of the Italian HQs of international companies are based here, or in the immediate surrounding area, so it makes sense that there are a lot of business hotels in Milan, and that the best places to stay in Milan are geared towards executives travelling on high end expense accounts. Milan’s other main claim to fame, design, is really well represented amongst its hotels too, and Milan has some of the hippest, coolest design hotels in Italy.
It sounds expensive doesn’t it, but we didn’t mean to scare you, some of Milan’s best design hotels are actually quite affordable, and we’ve included some of the best B&Bs in Milan on our list too. And some of the best places to stay in Milan if you want to eat and drink well of an evening.
Where to Stay? Which Neighbourhood?
- ‘Duomo’ means more than just the cathedral in Milan, it’s the area around the gorgeous Gothic cathedral too, also called the Centro Storico, and includes the famous Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II, which is the oldest shopping mall in Europe, and one of the most famous spots in Milan. This is also where you’ll find La Scala, and several of the city’s principal museums and galleries. This region is a great place to stay in Milan if you’re only here for a short trip, it’s easy to get around and there are lots of places to eat and drink, but it is one of the most touristy parts of a fairly un-touristy city.
- If you’re here to see da Vinci's The Last Supper, it’s in the Sant’Ambrogio area, close to the Corso Magenta, with its trendy wine bars and chic shopping. This is an affluent neighbourhood, so it can be quite expensive.
- Brera is one of the best places to stay in Milan if you want be close to the fashion capital of this fusion capital. Brera is trendy, with an arty feel, and is one of the prettiest looking parts of Milan, with elegant buildings lining pedestrianised streets, and housing art galleries and antique stores as well as boutiques and fashion houses. This is also where you’ll find the charming San Marco Church, the medieval Castello Sforzesco, which opens onto the city’s largest park, the Park Sempione, and Napoleon’s Arch of Peace, and there’s a couple of fantastic art galleries: the Pinacoteca de Brera, and the Galleria Civica d’Arte Modern, for example. And there’s a great Sunday market.
- Smaller, but also very pretty, in an Art Nouveau way, is Porta Venezia, which is known for tis neo-Romanesque Natural History Museum, multicultural vibe and gay community.
- You might not know about Milan’s canal’s? It does have a few, and they make a lovely backdrop for some of Milan’s most romantic hotels. Navigli is the name of the area, and it’s also a place to come for a drink and a stroll of an evening, or for a spot of browsing in the vintage and antique stores. The very best place for a drink has got to be the Naviglio Grande, which is the largest canal, and it’s lined with great places to stop for a break in your explorations. There are also boat trips. Navigli is also a good choice if you’re looking for a hotel close to lively nightlife.
- One of the things people always say about Milan is that its modern, and to see, and stay in, the very newest skyscrapers, or contemporary buildings, you should stay in Porta Nuova. There are still a few 19th century buildings, but they’re now outnumbered by more contemporary ones, including some which are quite space age looking. Isola is next door, and it’s hipster, and more residential.
- Fiera and San Siro, to the northwest of the city centre, are among the best places to stay in Milan for families. It has lots of parks, and quiet, pleasant streets lined with cafes and shops. And you’re just a few stops on the subway from the centre of town. This is also the home of A.C. Milan.
- If you’re here to sample all the culinary delights of Milan, Porta Romana might be one of the best places to stay. It’s packed with great restaurants, bars and cafes, and its in a good location, between the historic centre of town and some of the trendier areas. It’s also historically a nice area to live in, and home to well-off Milanese. Porta Vittoria is an up-and-coming version. Milan has the second largest number of Michelin stars of any Italian city, so there are plenty of good places to eat and discover the local cuisine.
- If you’re looking for one of the best value places to stay in Milan you could try the Cita Studi area, which is the student quarter, so lively and culturally vibrant, and home to part of the Corso Buenos Aires, the Modern Art Gallery and plenty of great, affordable pizzerias.
While bargains in this city are thin on the ground, a handful of the best places to stay in Milan are delightful small hotels where it's not de rigeur to be dressed in head-to-toe black Prada crowned with a massive pair of dark glasses; we have listed our favourites below.
The Best Places to Stay in Milan
Some of Milan’s Best City Break Hotels
- Milano Scala is a mid-sized contemporary hotel on a traditional Milanese palazzo. It’s simple on the outside, but inside it’s quite plush, with party floors, modern art and private balconies overlooking an internal courtyard. We like it for a city break because of the size, 62 rooms, and the Brera location, but its also got an excellent restaurant, a wellness centre and meeting rooms.
- Smaller, arguably hipper, and super close to the Duomo, The Gray is a great pick if you’re only able to be in Milan for a short time. This design hotel has just 21 rooms and suites, which are stylish and simple, with plenty of the sort of style Milan is best known for. Two of the suites have private gyms and a jacuzzi. The Gray has its own fine dining restaurant, and a chic bar on a roof terrace, so no need to go out.
- Also close to the Duomo, but on the La Scala side, the Hotel Spadari al Duomo is another of our picks for a Milanese city break. It’s a good size, with 40 rooms and suites, and the decor is stylish and memorable, very Milan. This hotel has all the mod. cons., but no restaurant. They do serve breakfast, though.
- If your idea of a city break to Milan involves quite a bit of shopping the Palazzo Segreti may be the best hotel in Milan for you. With its 18 chic, yet minimal rooms, it represents the modern elegance that a number of Milan’s fashion brands are famous for. This is a hotel with good lighting and smart use of space. There’s no restaurant, but you’re surrounded by dining options, as well as the shopping from the door we promised.
- Close to Milan’s central station, the LaGare Hotel is a glass pillar, rising from a basement spa, with a hydromassage Roman bath, sauna, Turkish bath and a salt cave, to the roof terrace, which overlooks the Port Nuova district. There are 141 slickly designed rooms in muted colours, which are offset by colourful pieces of Murano glass. The LaGare was built in 2015 as a business hotel, and it’s got everything you need for that, including setting rooms with a range of international plug sockets.
Our Pick’s for Milan’s Hippest Hotels
- When it opened Straf was declared Italy's most avant-garde hotel, and it’s still considered something of a design stunner several years on. Behind the classical 1880s façade is an ultra contemporary minimalist space, with a very industrial feel — but industrial, from before ‘industrial’ became a popular design objective? think polished concrete, burnished brass, glass, iron and black stone. Come here to rub shoulders with the cool crowd of fashionistas, media-types and designers et al, who love the interiors where rough slate sit alongside burnished brass, iron and concrete.
- Famously converted from a perfume factory in the heart of Milan’s design district, the Magna Pars Suites are a collection of 39 suites, all decorated with extremely high design standards. There’s a lot of white-on-white here, with white art too, and just a few coloured pieces of furniture. You’re minutes from the Via Torona, so it’s a popular spot for models and fashionistas, and rooms are well set up for that sort of crowd, with shelves of fashion books and professional hair dryers and impressive toiletries. There’s also an excellent restaurant, by a Michelin-starred chef.
- The Hotel Viu is an impressive, modern glass building: tall, with balconies dripping in greenery, in hip district edging on trendy Isola and Porta Nuova. The Hotel Viu has 124 rooms and suites, and they’re compact, but beautifully designed, with plenty of natural materials and neutral colours: think wood inlay and marble bathrooms. There’s a hip cocktail bar on the roof, as well as Milan’s only hotel rooftop pool, and there’s a gym and library, and a restaurant. This is also our most affordable hotel in the hip hotels in Milan category.
- The Yard’s retro sports theme might be a bit of a surprise in Milan, but it’s hip and its fun, and these 32 rooms and suites are all playful and unique, and certainly very memorable. There are two restaurants, and they’re both excellent, and its bar is hip and lively. There’s even a vintage barbers on site.
The Best Luxury Hotels in Milan
- Several of Milan’s fashion houses have their own hotels, and Bulgari is the first one we’re listing. If you’re familiar with their wares you might be surprised by its simplicity, for here the glamour is very much understated, with a feel of 1930s minimalism: black and white marble, beautiful wood flooring, and neutral colours in the 58 rooms and suites. As well as being one of our favourite luxury hotels in Milan, Bulgari is also the only hotel within the old city walls to have its own garden. Of course the food is excellent too.
- Armani has a hotel too, the Armani Hotel, which is a similar extension of the brand, but with a real focus on the elegance and modern lines of their designs. It comes across as fairly minimalist in the 95 rooms and suites, but with creative touches, like a discreet crocodile print embossed design in the linens. The spa is gorgeous, and the restaurant is too, with fantastic city views.
- We’ve covered the fact that Milan doesn’t have a lot of beautiful old buildings, so her grande dame hotels are more contemporary than in other Italian cities. By Milan’s standards we think the Grand Hotel et de Milan qualifies as a grande dame, with its luxurious details of parquet flooring, heavy fabrics and its mix of antiques and contemporary design pieces, which mirrors the mix of old and new art on the walls. It’s also close to La Scala.
- For a sense of traditional Italian luxury try the Principe di Savoia, a large, five star hotel with bright coloured silk inlay on the walls, heavy drapes, painted pillars and ceilings, grand chandeliers, antiques, fountains and a fabulous pool with a wonderful mosaic dolphin design. There are 301 rooms and suites here, plus an opulent bar, high-end restaurant, a luxurious spa and gym, and a free shuttle service to pretty much anywhere you want to go.
Milan’s Most Romantic Hotels
- Brera’s Palazzo Parigi is large and luxurious as well as being romantic, with the sort of grand public spaces that are both welcoming and memorable: think high ceilings, beautiful marble inlay flooring, ornate cornices and huge windows. There are 98 large, light rooms with spectacular city views, an indoor pool, spa and gym, and two elegant restaurants.
- With decor that’s simpler than many of the hotels on this list, the Elizabeth Lifestyle Hotel caught our Guru’s eye because of its Corso Italia location and its secret garden. And it made the list here because it’s got some lovely details, and really comfortable rooms, that are fresh, charming and comfortable. There are plenty of nice touches too, like the custom-made scent and the contemporary art prints.
Milan’s Best Family Friendly Hotels
- The Chateau Monfort is a five-star, fairytale themed hotel jus s short walk from the Piazza San Babila and Milan’s famous designer boutiques. Expect period features, an elegant wine bar and classic Italian cuisine, but with fun decor like hour-poster beds with Nutcracker soldiers for the posts, and heart shaped dining charsr. This is the kind of hotel in which to take afternoon tea. And which your kids will remember forever.
Milan’s Best Townhouse Conversions
- As in other cities, some of Milan’s most elegant townhouses, which would once have been home to affluent merchants or the local gentry, have been converted into hotels. And one of our favourites is the Antica Locanda dei Mercanti, which was a merchant’s house, and is now a truly charming, 15 room hotel in Brera. Inside the decor has a country chic feel, with wood floors and plenty of creamy colours. The best rooms are the suites on the top floor, which have wrought iron four poster beds and private terraces.
Some of the Best Value Hotels in Milan
- Even at the most affordable end of the scale, Milan offers style and detail. Home BB is a two room contemporary hotel with quirky features, a pillow menu and a choice of bathroom linen. They do an excellent in-room breakfast too.
- My Bed is a stylish option in the heart of Milan. There are just 12 spacious rooms, super simply decorated, with private balconies. And you’re perfectly located for the best bars, cafes, shops and restaurants.
- Casa Titta is like the home of a stylish and worldly friend, who has four individually designed rooms furnished with period pieces and treasures from their travels. There’s a delicious breakfast included in the price. It’s outside the centre of town, but still only ten minutes to the Duomo on the subway.
Prefer an Apartment or Private Villa?
- If you’d prefer to stay in an apartment or private villa we recommend you visit our online partner Booking.com.
- Milan has two airports, Malpensa and Linate. Malpensa is the main international hub and Terminal 2 is the largest continental base for Easyjet, so it’s a pretty busy airport. Linate is only seven kilometres from the centre of town. You can also arrive in Milan on the train from Turin, Venice, Naples, Rome, Florence, Zurich, Pairs, Barcelona, Vienna, Geneva etc..
- If you want to hire a car we recommend you visit our online partner Rentalcars.
- Bearing in mind that most places, tourist destinations included, are closed Mondays, and that Milan shuts up shop for much of August, this is a city you can visit pretty much all year round. Summer is hot, Christmas is bustling and charming, and spring and autumn are times when locals are busy with work, so you’ll mostly see visitors on the streets. During the fashion festivals Milan heaves. April, May, September and October are probably the best months to visit if you’re looking for pleasant weather and small queues.
Still not sure which is the best place to stay in Milan?
- You could widen your net and check out all the best places to stay in Lombardy? or consider staying in Como on Lake Como? Which is 50minutes from the centre of Milan? or in Monza, home of the Italian Grand Prix and just 10 minutes by train?
- Or you could contact one of our friendly Gurus for personalised advice.
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Best Hotels in Milan
Home BB Milan (Via Lorenteggio, 141) 2 rooms from $99Value chic - Fantastic value for money for its super central location, easy connectivity, and ultra chic interiors.Local markets - There are many shops, restaurants, bars and cafes to check out.Restaurant - Breakfast is servedBoutique
A contemporary hotel, with a superb location and great views of the city. Rooms are uniquely designed with quirky features such as blackboards or book exchange facilities. Other cool features include a pillow menu and a choice of bathroom linen whilst booking. An excellent breakfast served in room. See More
Casa Titta Milan 4 rooms from $111Value chic - With rooms from €100 per night including breakfast, this is great value for money.Sights nearby - 10mins by underground from the DuomoShort breakFull of character
A stay at bijou Casa Titta is like being welcomed into the home of a stylish and worldly friend. Four individually designed rooms furnished with period pieces and delicious breakfast included in the price. Perfect for solo travellers or couples wanting to experience an up-and-coming area of Milan. See More
Hello Milano Milan 4 rooms from $117City Style - Italian-chic guestrooms, friendly staff and conveniently located to soak in Milan's highlightsSights nearby - Lake Como is a 45 minute drive
Ritz Milan Milan (Lombardy) 197 rooms from $128Restaurant - Fine dining featuring traditional Italian and International cuisine.Sights nearby - Close to the historic heart of MilanShort break
This stylish, comfortable hotel is the perfect choice for shopaholics, sheltered just behind the Corso Buenos Aires, one of the busiest shopping streets in Milan. Contemporary rooms and suites with rich furnishings & many with a private terrace. A good value choice for a city break. See More
Biocity Milan 17 rooms from $129City Style - Stylish and impeccably clean city pad, close to Metro Linea 3 and Milan's Stazione CentraleSights nearby - Pinacoteca di Brera and Teatro alla Scala are a 30 minute walk awaySpa
Eco-city hotel in a 1920s building. Modern rooms are pristine and stylish with big bathrooms. Courtyard outside to enjoy an apertif, and sunny breakfast room. Sauna and small shop selling organic products. Very good value and well located to explore both the city and region. See More
My Bed Milan 12 rooms from $132Value chic - My Bed offers affordable luxury in the heart of the city, with doubles fr only €119.Views - Views of Basilica San Lorenzo MaggioreSights nearby - Take in the view from the Duomo roofShort break
Stylish, incredibly good value accommodation in the heart of Milan. Rooms are spacious, clean and simple - some with private balconies. Parking is available close by. A fantastic choice for those looking to get out and sample the city's many restaurants, bars and shops. A good base for a city break. See More
Antica Locanda Solferino Milan 11 rooms from $182Local exploring - A charming hotel with quaint antique decor, situated in the heart of Milan's artistic Brera district, a hub of local talent.Great walks - Wander around the trendy and artistic Brera district and discover the boutiques, galleries and studios that litter her streets.Sights nearby - A number of sights including the Piazza Duomo, the Sforza Castle garden and Porta Venezia garden are within walking distance.Romantic - Good for couples.Recommended by - Frommers
Antica Locanda Leonardo Milan (Lombardy) 16 rooms from $191Value chic - A reasonably priced warm and homely hotel, in prime location, featuring pretty courtyard and stylsih interiors.Sights nearby - Church of Santa Maria delle Grazie, home to Leonardo da Vinci's 'The Last Supper', is within 5 minutes walk.Great walks - Explore Milan's old quarter on foot, discover hidden jems and historic architecture.Romantic - Good for couples.Recommended by - Fodors
This pristine family-run guesthouse has a pretty courtyard garden in Milan's old quarter. Comfortable rooms showcase polished wooden floors and antique wood furniture, some overlooking the garden. The triple suite is a good choice for families. An intimate stay and great value city spot. See More
Hotel Ariston Milan 53 rooms from $195Bicycles available - Borrow one of the hotel's complimentary bikes and explore the cityValue chicSights nearby - 5 mins from the Duomo and the NavigliPrivate Hot TubRecommended by - CN Traveller
e.c.h.o Milan Milan 143 rooms from $198Eco break - A chic eco hotel filled with natural furnishings, green spaces, energy efficienct technology and solar electricity.Sights nearby - Visit the striking Milan Cathedral, within walking distance of the hotel.Romantic - Good for couples.Restaurant - Recommended.Recommended by - Tablet
A space of tranquility within the bustling city. With a strong emphasis on sustainability the design is inspired by nature and focuses on green open spaces. Chic rooms with simple light hues, large windows and uber modern bathrooms. Organic food served within a vegetable garden. City bliss. See More
Petit Palais Milan 18 rooms from $210Designer Shopping - A short walk to Milan's prestigious Quadrilatero d'Oro - the home of designer boutiquesSights nearby - The city's cathedral is very nearbyViews - See all of Milan from the rooftopTraditional
Right in the heart of Milan, not far from the cathedral, art museums and the prestigious shopping quarter - come here for a luxurious, marble-laden city break. All 18 rooms are uniquely decorated in this 17th century townhouse with chandeliers, tapestries, parquet floors and period furniture. See More
Elizabeth Lifestyle Hotel Milan City Centre 41 rooms from $227Romantic Break - Offering stylish suites and a charming garden where you can enjoy aperitivi, this hotel is a great option for a romantic getawayCity Style - With designer interiors featuring a custom toiletries range and contemporary artwork, book this hotel for a chic city breakLocal exploring - Set in central Milan in the fashionable Carrobbio district, this hotel makes a great base for exploring the best boutiquesSights nearby - Visit the nearby Basilica di San Calimero, a Catholic basilica dating to the 5th century with preserved medieval frescoesRecommended by - Mr & Mrs Smith
This lifestyle hotel is situated on the exclusive Corso Italia in central Milan. Guest suites are dressed in a perfectly balanced palette of teal, black and grey, set off by contemporary art prints and a custom-made fragrance by Laura Tonatto. Head to the hotel's secret garden for evening aperitivi. See More
Alle Meraviglie Milan (Lombardy) 6 rooms from $233Value chic - Superb price for what you get- beautiful 18th Century building, chic interiors plus large airy rooms overlooking a courtyard.Local exploring - The hotel sits in the artistic heart of the city- the Brera district is young and vibrant, full of artists and bohemians.Sights nearby - Less than five minutes walk brings you to two of Milans most renowned buildings- the Duomo and Sforzesco Castle.Romantic - Good for couples.
Newly converted townhouse with pretty, reasonably priced rooms. Comfortable rooms are decked in cream colour schemes with silk curtains, crisp bed linen, fresh flowers and wooden floors. Enjoy the complimentary breakfast before setting out on the town. An elegant choice to explore Milan from. See More
LaGare Hotel Milan 141 rooms from $246Short breakSights nearby - Well located for major sights.Restaurant - Recommended.Spa
Antica Locanda dei Mercanti Milan (Lombardy) 15 rooms from $256Value chic - Great value for beautiful hotel- light and airy rooms with fresh seasonal flowers, right in the centre of the Old City.Sights nearby - Right in the heart of old Milan, you are within walking distance of Castello Sforzesco and the Duomo.Romantic - Good for couples.House party feel - Be prepared to meet people.Recommended by - Sawdays, Michelin Travel, Great Small Hotels
Pretty and centrally located B&B that doesn’t break the bank. This old merchant's house, recently renovated, is contemporary country in style - creams, floral and wood floors. The spectacular suites on the top floor have wrought iron four posters and private terraces. A hotel that is hard to come by See More
Hotel Spadari al Duomo Milan 40 rooms from $267Sights nearby - A stone's throw from the Duomo, fashion district and La ScalaLocal markets - Good for local colour.Recommended by - CN Traveller
Chateau Monfort Milan (ang.Viale Plave) 77 rooms from $272Bar - 'Cella di Bacco', The Cellar Bar in a vaulted room offers wonderful wine tasting around an oak tableRestaurant - Afternoon tea in the Rabacuori restaruant is a treat, tiny sandwiches and elegant cakesTheme hotel - Bedrooms are themed, spend the night in Cinderalla's fairy tale suiteCity Style - A short walk to the Duomo and the Quadrilatero fashion districtRecommended by - Tablet, Relais & Chateaux
The Yard Milan 32 rooms from $277Sights nearby - No trip to Milan would be complete without visiting the Duomo.Local markets - Browse the bustling nearby Municipal Market.Lively area - In the thick of the action.Designer - Uniquely designed interiors.
Swish and sophisticated, The Yard is perfect for people looking for a hip spot to bed down in Milan. A retro sports theme runs throughout the hotel's design. Offering luxurious rooms, two excellent restaurants and a lively bar, it's a great launchpad for a trip to the city. See More
Palazzo Segreti Milan 18 rooms from $329Sights nearby - Visit the iconic Leonardo da Vinci’s The Last SupperClose to nightlife - Take in everything this eclectic city has to offerLocal markets - Visit the most popular market on Viale PapinianOther Activities - Visit Luini district for legendary lunchesRecommended by - I Escape
Just steps away from Milan's fashion district, this is ancient Italy meeting sophisticated modern elegance. The stunning lighting and large, comfortable rooms create a calm ambience. This intimate hotel is the perfect choice for those interested in luxury shopping, and excellent Italian restaurants. See More
Magna Pars Suites Milan 39 rooms from $289City StyleRestaurant - Delicious top notch dining at Da Noi InShort breakSights nearby - Well located for major sights.
Milano Scala Milan 62 rooms from $289City StyleSights nearby - Situated in the heart of the Brera districtKids Club - Fully staffed.Restaurant - Recommended.
A large contemporary hotel in a traditional Milanese palazzo. Rooms and suites have plush furnishings, parquet floors, splashes of modern art, and private balconies overlooking the inner courtyard. Excellent restaurants, terraces, meeting rooms and wellness centre cater to just about any city visit. See More
The Gray Milan 21 rooms from $322City Style - A sophisticated design hotel in central Milan, sleek rooms exude elegance- think ebony wood furniture, ivory fabrics & leather.Romantic Break - Perfect for a grown up weekend away- make the most of the enourmous baths, private steam rooms and chic fine dining restaurant.Sights nearby - The Duomo and Milan's Royal Palace are under five minutes walk from this central hotel.Views - Great views from hotelRecommended by - Mr & Mrs Smith, Tablet, Kiwi Collection, Small Luxury Hotels, Michelin Travel
Hip, contemporary boutique hotel with a sense of fun in a central location. Neutral colours with splashes of bold colour bedeck the interiors. The bedrooms feature white ostrich leather, crocodile, steel and travertine. Two suites have private gyms, Turkish baths, or hot tubs. Great food too. See More
Hotel Viu Milan 124 rooms from $334City Style - From the lush vertical garden, to the stunning rooftop pool (the only one in milan) this hotel oozes eco glitz and glamour!Local exploring - Head out and explore the cool up-and-coming Porta Volta, sandwiched between the city centre and the finacial districtGreat walks - Wander around the city's streets or go for a hike up Cimitero MonumentaleSights nearby - The historic Sforzesco Castle and stunning Duomo Milan are must visitsRecommended by - Tablet, Design Hotels, Mr & Mrs Smith
Straf Milan (Lombardy) 64 rooms from $344City Style - Vintage 19th-century facade meets urban interiors with oxidized copper, black slate with scratched mirrors and gauzed glass.Total relaxation - Well-being and Relax Rooms come with aroma and chromo therapy treatments as well as massage armchairs.Sights nearby - Museum of the Twentieth Century and the Duomo are within walking distance.Designer - By Italian architect and designer Vincenzo de Cotiis.Recommended by - Mr & Mrs Smith, Tablet, Kiwi Collection
Ultra cool, 21st Century designs in a super-central location. A classic facade encases a minimalist industrial aesthetic - burnished brass, polished concrete, glass and iron. Bedrooms are decked with black stone and shimmering brass bathrooms. A hip destination for those with creative sides. See More
Principe di Savoia Milan 301 rooms from $389City Style5* Luxury - Very high service standards.Sights nearby - A free shuttle service wherever you want to go ensures that everything is close by!Swimming Pool - Heated indoor poolRecommended by - Tablet
Grand Hotel et de Milan Milan 95 rooms from $440City Style - Rooms range from old school lavish with rich fabrics and antique furnishings, to art deco and deisgn- all with equal glamour.Sights nearby - A ten minute walk from the magnificent Duomo Cathedral and the 18th-century Royal Palace of Milan.Views - Great views from hotelOpulentRecommended by - Tablet, Frommers, Kiwi Collection, Michelin Travel
Old fashioned luxury with an operatic history - the doyenne of Milan's five-star hotels just a stone's throw from La Scala opera house. Rich drapes, antiques and fine paintings fill the interiors, wonderfully opulent throughout. Traditional milanese cuisine and a popular bar. See More
Palazzo Parigi Milan 98 rooms from $446City Style - Milan style-granduer comes in abundance in this luxury hotel.Sights nearby - The cities' 14th century Duomo is not to be missed.Swimming Pool - Indoor pool.Views - Great views from hotelRecommended by - Tablet, Mr & Mrs Smith
A classically grand Italian hotel in one of Milan's most fashionable districts, Brera. Large, light rooms offer up spectacular city views. Modern yet with traditional touches including stone fireplaces and marble clad bathrooms. Two excellent restaurants within elegant surrounds. A spoiling stay. See More
Armani Hotel, Milan Milan (Milano) 95 rooms from $660Business meetings - The exclusive Armani business centre is an ideal venue to organise business meetings, conferences and private partiesLocal exploring - Milan is brimming with cultural richness, from its fashion scene to its vast heritageSights nearby - Guests can explore the city's attractions such as Duomo Cathedral and the church holding Da Vinci's 'Last Supper'Local markets - Take a stroll down Viale Papiniano and peruse the eclectic antiques, crafts and cashmere being soldRecommended by - Tablet
Featuring exclusive Armani style, this hotel blends slick inner-spaces with first-rate hospitality. The rooms' austere hues lend a refined feel to the minimalist decor. The chic restaurant serves local cuisine and the spa boasts an unrivalled relaxation area. An undeniably classy stay. See More
Park Hyatt Milano Milan (Lombardy) 106 rooms from $807City Style - Unbeatable location, facing Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II, bold contemporary design pays homage to classic Baroque elegance.Foodies - The seven course tasting menu at Michelin stared VUN restaurant by chef Andrea Aprea, is worth a trip alone.Sights nearby - Steps from all of Milans most beautiful sights- Piazza della Duomo, the Teatro della Scala, and the Galleria Vittorio Emanuele.Designer - Designed by American-born and Parisian-based architect Edward Tuttle.Recommended by - Fodors, Kiwi Collection, Michelin Travel, Tablet
Classic meets contemporary design in a fabulously central location on the doorstep of the most prestigious shopping streets. Serene and airy interiors - palettes of cream, beige and soft greys. Luxurious facilities include a spa and fitness centre, buzzy cocktail bar and good restaurant. City style. See More
Four Seasons Milan Milan (Lombardy) 118 rooms from $880City Style - Cutting edge interiors meet orginal features such as including frescoes, columns, vaulted ceilings and oval spiral staircases.Romantic Break - Oozing romance from every pore, with ortuny fabrics, deep soaking tubs, chic restaurants and effortlessly glamourous feel.Great walks - Walking Tours can be arranged and are a great way to see the art and architecture of Milan.Sights nearby - The Cathedral is only a ten minute walk away and is well worth checking out.Recommended by - Frommers, Kiwi Collection
Modern, stylish luxury in a 15th-Century monastery with a beautiful cloistered garden. Large individually designed bedrooms with luxurious fabrics and opulent marble bathrooms. An excellent gourmet restaurant and fab spa. Though it is seriously luxurious and sophisticated, also a great family choice See More
Bulgari Milan (Lombardy) 58 rooms from $1039Romantic Break - Romance is in the air- think couples massages, deep soaking tubs, candlelight meals under the stars in the fragrant gardens.City Style - The epitome of style- with black marble and granite, bronze, teak and oak fittings, spectacular gardens and palatial suites.Great walks - The hotels impressive gardens are infact an extension of the next door Botanical Gardens, well worth a wander around!Sights nearby - Explore the Brera area in style with a hotel luxury car service.Recommended by - Tablet, Kiwi Collection, Michelin Travel
Sleek glamour meets opulence and indulgence within Milan’s old city walls. Minimal interiors- black and white marbles, beiges and browns. Chic rooms have teak balconies, some overlooking the stunning 700 year old garden. Sensational spa, indoor pool and great food. Favorite haunt of Milan's elite. See More