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If you are planning to spend this year’s Christmas in Milan there are a lot of luxury hotels in the city you can choose from. We’ve picked five hotels where you can have a wonderful holiday.
This establishment is definitely a reflection of Milan’s history, with a look that alludes to the 1930s filled with calm, classy and elegant divisions. The Excelsior Hotel Gallia has 235 rooms, as well as 51 themed suites and two ornate suites (the Gallia Presidential Suite and the Katara Royal Suite). The furnishing is, of course, made in Italy, and its minimalistic style gives an undeniable elegance to every division.
Four Seasons Hotel is yet another hotel that alludes to the past centuries of Milan. This is a former convent of the 15th century which was turned into a luxury hotel. The rooms are composed of neutral colors in brightly illuminated rooms that are sure to allow a relaxing sensation, whether you choose to spend your nights on the elegant suites or on the classy guestrooms.
With over 150 years of history, and known as the mansion where Giuseppe Verdi wrote “Othello” and “The Falstaff”, the Grand Hotel Et de Milan was originally a conception from architect Andrea Pizzala. The rooms still retain a big part of the hotel’s past with classical furniture preserved from a neo-gothic age. Aside from being a real journey to an Italy of the past, a stay in this hotel is appropriate for every occasion, from Christmas time to a simple trip to discover Milan’s secrets.
With an interior design rigorously accomplished with materials such as black marble from Zimbabwe or stone from Vicenza and Afyon, followed up with furniture designed by the design studio Antonio Citterio Patricia Viel, Bvlgari Hotel Milano has become a reference in luxury hotels in Milan. Not to mention the fact that this establishment has a Botanical Garden that allows a little escape from the urban environment. If you spend your Christmas (or your New Year) here you can enjoy some Gala Dinners as well as some Brunches on the following days.
This hotel is often mentioned as a prime example of true Italian charm. Hotel Principe di Savoia truly is an example of Milan’s luxury mixing a “modern” and “classical” tones in its interior design and decoration. Whether you stay in a Classic Room or in one of its signature Suites, Hotel Principe di Savoia is a reference for those who enjoy the charm of Milan as well as a great option for you and your family if you truly want to experience a Christmas day in an environment with true Italian luxury.