More details have surfaced regarding the preview for this year’s Salone del Mobile. It seems this year the show will be honoring the work of Leonardo Da Vinci. Many brands have already adhered to echoing this Renaissance master’s ideas. This year’s edition will be celebrating DaVinci’s 500th anniversary of death. With that in […]
Where to go in Milan? At Hotel Senato, during the Caffe Senato Milano inauguration, we had the chance to go back in time with the white color scheme applied in this new venue,inspired in the Italian classic. This same Italian classic inspiration is where grown the ritual of espresso in all its forms.
You can eat or drink at any time of day or night, tasting the excellence of Senato’s menu, philosophically faithful to ‘less is more’, and to process them in personal gourmand food combinations.
The location, furnished in contemporary style, is an intimate and peaceful meeting place for people looking for new and carefully selected foods, and an ideal setting for tasting an exclusive selection of Franciacorta wines from different wineries and in different styles, paired with dedicated menus developed by food curator Maddalena Fossati Dondero, epicurean guru and well known food writer.
Gleam like jewels, on walls and floors total white background, the brass bar – where every day cakes and croissants fresh contend the place to plant creations of florist-singer Rosalba Piccinni – glass lamps and gilded metal cluster, the tables marble and those from lacquered heavenly plan. A fresh and relaxing environment, designed by architect Alessandro Bianchi with the complicity of the laboratory Bottega Gadda, other excellence of Milan in metalworking, which created the custom furniture.
The partnership with Senato Hotel Milano – a downtown hideaway characterized by discretion and understatement and located in the Ranza’ early 20th century mansion – is based on common values such as tradition, style and excellence.This is an authentic hospitality experience you should try when “Where to go in Milan” question shows up!