Studio Apostoli, founded by top renowned designer Alberto Apostoli is a company which has become a major force in regards to some amazing interior design projects in Wellness and SPA design. Being responsible for the incredible spa design projects for many of the best luxury hospitality names in the world! Studio Apostoli consists of a multi-disciplinary design […]
If Tortona design district is one of your favorite places to hang out during Milan Design Week, then you can find a couple of hotels with comfy and luxurious accommodations for you. We’ve found five good suggestions for you to start thinking of your stay in Milan!
The first option on our list is one of the most notable new hotels in Milan. Savona 18 Suites went from a Milanese casa di ringhiera to a design hotel thanks to the restoration work of Cibic Workshop. Walking inside whatever division of this hotel will truly feel like walking through an art gallery and we believe that during Milan Design Week 2019 your stay will feel even more special.
Magna Pars is one of Milan’s most impressive hotels in the city. Here you can find several suites to your liking as well as a most impressive Library Hall which holds a huge collection of books to each taste. Not to mention the gym, spa and internal garden that will allow you to have some stunning alfresco lunch or dining experiences.
This 4-star hotel overlooking the Navigli was another example recuperated from an ancient balustrade house, which was carefully restored under the supervision of the Regional Board of Milan. This establishment presents itself with a timeless atmosphere and very stylish interior design perfect for your stay during Milan Design Week.
This is the perfect example of a hotel with a true touch that will certainly please design enthusiasts. This former industrial building is an ideal staying place for those who want to see some of the top defining trends in the areas of Art, Design, and Fashion. You are guaranteed to stay in one of the city’s most stylish hotels if you pick this one during Milan Design Week.