Sponsored by Covet House, and having as partners the Covet Foundation, the mission of Covet International Awards is to find the world’s most outstanding projects where design modernizes craftmanship. There are 4 categories for these projects – Residential, Hospitality, Commercial and Product – and, now that we have our shortlist for 2021, we need your vote more than ever. Meet our finalists in this […]
Vudafieri-Saverino Partners is a creative interior design atelier, based in Milan and Shangai. Its works range from the architecture and interior design of private homes, retail, hotels, and restaurants. Vudafieri-Saverino Partners Interior Design Managed by Claudio Saverino and Tiziano Vudafieri has developed projects in almost every country, always […]
Conveniently located in Milan, Hotel LaGare Milano is a great base to start your Milan City Guide discover. From here, guests can enjoy easy access to all that the lively city has to offer.
LaGare Milano, which opened early last year, is a 141-room tower that caters to them, especially when it comes to their favorite color. Just about everything in the building, from the floors to the walls to the bedroom furniture, is covered in luxurious black.
Less than three blocks from Milan’s Centrale train station, with a convenient and direct high-speed link to Malpensa airport, and a five-minute drive from Garibaldi, another major train station, the hotel is in a garment-centric business district.
The youthful night-life scene is a 20-minute cab ride away in the neighborhood of Navigli, but a few appealing cafes and restaurants are tucked in the blocks around LaGare. Your Milan City Guide will be update!
LaGare Milano rooms, the floor-to-ceiling windows offered a city view, which, at night, was offset by the glare of the blue neon framing the windows outside; the only way to block it seemed to be to lower the white curtains, with a push-button, completely.
At the bathroom, a modern look with square fixtures and yet more neon. The rain shower, with a detachable water brush, and the towel-warmer provided a bit of sumptuous comfort. Standard toiletries were available and, yes, even the soap was in black packaging.
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