Today, Milan Design Agenda wants to share with you an exclusive interview with Pagliani and Michele Rossi, the leaders of Park Associati. When we question ourselves about who is leading the way in Milan’s interior design and architecture industry, there is one name that doesn’t go unnoticed. Founded at the […]
If you happen to be a fan of the Italian interior design style then going on a trip to Milan is a dream trip to see the best of that style. We’ve gathered a list of five Hotels in Milan that really show the best of Italian design while allowing you to rest from shopping in this city of fashion.
This is another example of a hotel with a fine location: it’s at the Piazza della Reubblica square near several boutique stores and to some of the city’s cultural landmarks. However, this hotel, despite only being about three years old, it is already a reference when it comes to the luxury hotel industry in Milan.
This hotel is often defined as having a very contemporary yet technological sort of design by the hand of Aldo Rossi. But the highlight of this establishment is undoubtedly the rooftop Radio Bar that has activities during the day and night. If you want a taste of a more contemporary Italian lifestyle this is certainly a hotel that will be to your liking.
This is the perfect hotel to engage within the world of Giorgio Armani, especially when it comes to sophistication. The marble walls and low lighting certainly manage to create a mysterious sort of environment, a space that is complemented by furnishing composed by dark tones and chic design.
This is a hotel where the furniture definitely creates an aesthetic that is very characteristical of Giorgio Arman’s style. Even the outside of the building is certainly filled with a very Italian personality with a classical architecture complemented by its glass roof.
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Have you imagined staying at a hotel filled with the culture that defines the city, except with an Oriental twist to it? Mandarin Oriental certainly nails that concept fusing the design this city is well known for with a timeless Oriental luxury.
Built from an 18th-century building the Mandarin Oriental has a lustrous, ultra-contemporary design, offering a good combination of style elegance and comfort. All of the rooms have a modern decoration to it and if you want to see some wonderful sight of the city while relaxing from your trip, the hotel’s terrace will certainly be a hangout place of your liking.