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There isn’t a day that Milan Design Agenda, do not feel sadness for the ending of iSaloni 2014 and its Milan Design Week. has so many luxury places. But, as a cosmopolitan and full of life that Milan is, and embracing this Spring spirit, it’s time to start to joy the best of Milan Design Guide. So, today Milan Design Agenda brings you something that deserves to be seen, where exclusive interiors and modern decoration will appeal you for a relaxing sleep, during your stay at Milan. Be ready to see a list of the 10 best luxury hotels in Milan. Which one would you choose?
Hosted in the splendid setting of an elegant old building in Downtown Milan, rises Palazzo Segreti, a new hotel concept. Located in the heart of Milan, between the Duomo and the Sforzesco Castle, the ancient soul merges with a modern image, made of sophistication and elegance. Raw materials, soft lighting, precious parquet, vibrant colors but never excessive: an architectural project that wanted the feeling of a second home, focusing on tailor.made livings and intimacy of the spaces.
An unconventional building with an intellectual design, in the heart of Milan. 64 rooms, classic, relax, well being, deluxe and suites combine two philosophies which are unlikely but successful partners: extreme hi-tech functionality with a minimalist feel and the warm, intimate atmosphere of rooms designed with elegant, innovative materials like quarry-rough slate, burnished brass, concrete and iron, gauze-effect glass and aged mirrors, along with furnishings specially designed by Vincenzo De Cotiis. See his last work here.
3 Rooms is an intimate hotel located in the courtyard of 10 Corso Como Milano It counts 3 suites that offer a weary traveller the personal hospitality of 10 Corso Como, a true home away from home. The 3 suites, all with full service amenities and each one reachable by a private entrance, are furnished in homage to the vision of many mid-20th Century designers and architects from around the world.
Hotel Milano Scala, a 4-star Superior property located in the heart of Milan, allows the guests to find the best destinations at short walking distance: the Brera neighborhood, the Cathedral (Duomo), the Vittorio Emanuele Gallery (Galleria), the “La Scala” Theatre, but also the “Fashion Streets” such as Via Montenapoleone and Via della Spiga.
A place rich in atmosphere, full of traces left by the passage of great personalities whose names have shaped history. Opened in 1863, the Grand Hotel et de Milan preserves all the charm of an ancient Milanese “house”. It is still nowadays the favourite hotel of big names of the world of culture, entertainment, fashion, music, national and international business. Located in the heart of the city, just a few steps from the financial district, the Scala Opera House, the Fashion district and the Duomo Cathedral, the Grand Hotel et de Milan with its bars and restaurants, gourmand enclaves of the city, is the perfect place to stay, whether for pleasure or for business.
Discover one of the most opulent hotels in Milan; a 5 star Milan hotel that has recently won the award for the World’s Best Service 2012, by Travel + Leisure. Whether you’re travelling on corporate business, a leisurely holiday or romantic getaway, Park Hyatt Milan offers a splash of contemporary style and colour steps from Milan’s most famous attractions and landmarks, including Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II, Piazza Duomo, Teatro alla Scala and Brera Art Gallery. Situated just a short stroll from the celebrated fashion houses and boutiques of Via Montenapoleone and Via della Spiga, few luxury hotels in Milan can offer such perfect positioning.
Twenty minutes from Milan’s city center, in Senago, surrounded by a magnificent twelve hectare age-old park, Hotel Villa San Carlo Borromeo is waiting for your Milan Design Guide discovery. Attended by artists, entrepreneurs, writers and voyagers from around the globe, the Hotel has 51 bedrooms and suites, furnished with distinguished elegance and attention to detail, with frescoed ceilings and antique furniture, with original paintings and sketches of the great Maestros of art.
Each of the 301 luxury rooms and suites at the Hotel Principe di Savoia is decorated to blend the warm and elegant atmosphere of 19th-century Lombard interior designs, with the unobtrusive integration of modern technology. The rooms feature wireless high-speed internet access, air-conditioning and thermostatic heating control, a refrigerator bar and a direct dial telephone. All of the bedrooms have large opening windows, which allow for fresh air to enter and circulate. We offer 257 exclusive rooms and 44 suites on ten floors.
Foresteria Monforte, an elegant B&B, creating a setting characterized by contemporary charm and the soothing calm of successful color schemes againt the backdrop of light-colored parquet. Comfortable, centrally located, it appeals to the fashion crowd.
On a private street between Via Montenapoleone, Via della Spiga, La Scala and the Accademia di Brera, in a tastefully renovated 18th-century Milanese palazzo is the Bulgari Hotel Milan, situated in the cultural and commercial heart of a city that, behind its austere façades, hides delightful and unexpected courtyards and green spaces. One such space is the Bulgari Hotel’s 4,000-square-meter private garden, a natural extension of the nearby Botanical Garden, a restorative oasis of serenity and relaxation in the midst of Milan’s busy pace. At this hotel you might have the best Milan Design guide experience.
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