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Palazzo Parigi in Milan is a hotel with an interior design that looks like something out of a fairy tale. Today we are having a look at the inside of this exquisite 5-star Italian hotel.
This hotel is best defined as being an establishment which shows the best of Milanese style with some French influences. This establishment was originally reconstructed from the former site of the Palazzo Cramer a historical palace dating back to the 1600s. Fortunately, this establishment was located in the heart of Milan, specifically at the fashionable Brera District.
We can thank the architectural work to the hands and mind of Paola Giambelli, while the inside of Palazzo Parigi was designed by Pierre Yves Rochon. The style is very reminiscent of the 30s with the combination of both Paola Giambelli and Pierre Yves Rochon’s styles: the hotel reflects a wonderful combination of Milanese and French design.
When entering the hotel lobby one feels like entering an enchanting palace from fairytales. On the first floor of the hotel, guests can find a series of sumptuous spaces adaptable to any situation: from business, to social and even to private events.
All of the meeting rooms are decorated with furnishings of classic elegance which still gives the hotel that classical charm we’ve mentioned previously. Not to mention the marvelous gastronomy you can taste here.
Palazzo Parigi has a total of 65 rooms, 33 suites, and more than one swimming pool. The best way to define the guest rooms in Milan is their brightness, space and welcoming feel to them. Each of the rooms is different particularly in the decoration. This matter can come in two different design styles: the Milan style and the Paris style.