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Hotel Principe Di Savoia

Repubblica, Centrale & around 95 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The over-the-top marble foyer and reams of polished oak are a fine antidote to Milan's proliferation of design hotels. — Time Out

The palatial and opulent Savoia may smell of aristocratic fascism, but that is far from the truth. — BlackBook

A Milanese landmark, this hotel set in a charming 19th-century building is known for its elegance and high level of service (24-hour room service is available). — DK Eyewitness

Opened in 1927, this historic hotel with an imposing neoclassical façade boasts rooms with fin de siècle furnishings, marble bathrooms and hand-painted frescoes. — The Telegraph

Every major city in the world needs an unrepentantly ostentatious hotel and this is Milan's, attracting a who's who of movers and shakers and an international celebrity clientele. — Lonely Planet

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from $251

Four Seasons Hotel Milano

Duomo & Brera 94 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Surrounded by some of the world's highest-priced boutiques and designer showrooms, this hotel retains its boasting rights as the most prestigious address in Milan. — Star Service

One of Milan’s most exclusive hotels, in a much-altered former convent, with attentive but unobtrusive service. — Insight Guides

As one of a handful of legendary hotels in the region, the Four Seasons is doing its bit to stay on top of the game with the launch of two new suites dressed by designer Pierre-Yves Rochon. — Wallpaper

Built in the 15th century as a convent and surrounding a colonnaded cloister, this luxurious retreat that is often cited as Milan's best hotel exudes a feeling that is anything but urban. — Fodor's

Formally a 15th century convent, this hotel offers tons of open space, a spa that feels just shy of a rehab clinic- and dining that is world class. — BlackBook

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from $1,051

Bulgari Hotel Milano

Duomo & Brera 93 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The Bulgari is surprisingly tranquil considering its position just steps away from the designer stores of Milan's Quad d’Oro. — Frommer's

Discreet exercise in contemporary urban charm in a large town house a short walk from the fashion district. — Concierge

The luxury you would expect from Bulgari, one of Italy’s high-class designers, in a peaceful setting, a few minutes’ walk from the best shops and next to the Botanical Gardens. — DK Eyewitness

Welcoming hotel occupying a renovated 18th-century palazzo in a secluded setting at the heart of the city. — Andrew Harper

The first hotel from the luxury brand Bulgari is pulling the pretty people into its orbit in Milan, and it’s easy to see why. — Condé Nast Traveler

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from $913

Park Hyatt Milan

Duomo & Brera 88 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Business travelers are especial fans of Milan’s Park Hyatt, located just five minutes from the stock exchange and financial district. — Travel + Leisure

Dating to the 1870s, this former bank headquarters is "in a spot that can’t be beat," facing Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II—a location that snags a perfect score. — Condé Nast Traveler

In a prized location, adjacent to the Galleria and just around the bend from the Duomo, this property is one of a small handful of notable deluxe hotels in Milan. — Star Service

Located just minutes from La Scala and the Duomo, this hotel is an oasis of serenity in the heart of the city.  — Gayot

Carved out of an old bank building, the Park Hyatt is an exercise in serenity and elegant simplicity. — Time Out

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from $746

Armani Hotel Milano

Duomo & Brera 87 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Innovative hotel is housed in an austere building. — Michelin Guide

Sleek, understated luxury is the concept behind the five-pearl Armani Hotel Milano. — Oyster

Discretion, calm, and privacy are the key concepts in a design scheme that nods winsomely, but never brazenly, at the building's 1930s origins. — Concierge

Light sandy hues and beige dominate the rooms, while the modish lounge bar and restaurant have a backlit onyx wall complimented by black marble. — The Telegraph

Elegance, comfort, and sophistication are hallmarks of Armani style, and all are reflected in the Italian designer's first hotel. — Travel + Leisure

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from $702

Grand Hotel et de Milan

Duomo & Brera 87 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

If Milano modernism isn’t your thing, try this nineteenth-century mansion—once the home of Verdi—where antiques, oil paintings, and Oriental rugs are scattered throughout the 95 guest rooms. — Condé Nast Traveler

Classic rooms that dazzle, some even individually dedicated to the illustrious individuals who resided in such stately apartments. — BlackBook

Elegant Milanese stalwart and high society hotspot stuffed with antiques and frequented by opera stars. — Jetsetter

It offers luxury and elegance, with 19th-century furniture throughout and Art Nouveau skylights in the bar. — DK Eyewitness

With a great location in the old heart of Milan, for many this is the best hotel in Milan - and it's hard to disagree. — Lonely Planet

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from $406

Baglioni Hotel Carlton

East of City Center 86 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Overlooking the Via della Spiga, one of Milan’s high-end shopping streets, Baglioni Hotel Carlton is a luxury chain hotel with an envious location near both public transportation and nightlife. — Oyster

One of Milan's oldest and most charming hotels, it's a favourite with those visiting Milan on a mission to max out their credit cards at the nearby shopping of the Quadrilatero d'Oro. — Lonely Planet

Overlooking the celebrated shopping street Via della Spiga, home to Dolce & Gabbana and Prada, the Carlton Hotel Baglioni offers five-star comfort in 92 rooms and suites. — Travel + Leisure

The Baglioni is a Milanese mainstay of noblity and unheard-of Italian service. — BlackBook

Located in the heart of Milan’s fashion district, the 18th-century palazzo is the only Milan hotel to boast a discreet doorway onto Via della Spiga, a historic, cobblestone shopping street. — Forbes Travel Guide

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from $336

Excelsior Hotel Gallia, a Luxury Collection Hotel

Repubblica, Centrale & around 83 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Originally opened in 1932, the five-pearl Excelsior Hotel Gallia has an ornate, Belle Epoque exterior and an updated, glitzy interior redesigned by architect Marco Piva. — Oyster

This 1937 bastion of Liberty-style luxury rises near the main train station...it is convenient for late arrivals or early departures. — Frommer's

Art Nouveau icon with Liberty-style interiors. Downstairs there’s a lobby bar, a Mediterranean restaurant, and an on-site florist. — Travel + Leisure

Across the road from Stazione Centrale, this five-star hotel features high ceilings and black marble fittings in the communal areas, while the modern and functional rooms are kitted out in bespoke Milanese furniture. — The Telegraph

Excelsior Hotel Gallia, A Luxury Collection Hotel is an Art Deco landmark and a chic beacon for Milan’s latest “it” neighborhood, Porta Nuova — Forbes Travel Guide

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from $289

Palazzo Parigi Hotel & Grand Spa

Brera 82 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

One of Milan’s most opulent hotels with 98 balconied rooms, an 18th-century garden, a huge 1700-square-metre spa, a ballroom and a lounge-bar. — Lonely Planet

The lobby of Milan’s newest luxury hotel may have a lot of operatic elegance but upstairs, rooms...are soothing nests done up with neutral-colored silk damask. — Condé Nast Traveler

The 98 rooms and suites, designed by Pierre-Yves Rochon, come in two styles: 'minimalist, modern Milanese' and 'romantic, imperialistic Parisian'. — Wallpaper

The spacious, light-filled guest rooms of Palazzo Parigi are available in two styles: contemporary Italian or classic French. — Travel + Leisure

With three-metre-high ceilings – and an even taller atrium – Palazzo Parigi in Milan is an opulently restored bank, with some French flourishes. — Mr & Mrs Smith

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from $546

Hotel STRAF

Duomo & Brera 82 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The 64-room, four-pearl Hotel Straf is known for its industrial-chic decor (which might not suit all tastes) and lively bar that attracts guests and locals alike. — Oyster

Behind the 1883 Neo-Classic façade, the Straf has an ultra-modern interior. Luxurious natural materials set the minimal design tone. — DK Eyewitness

The Zen-inspired Straf—slang for St. Rafael, the property’s couldn’t-be-better location in Milan—is about as minimalist as you can get and still have all the comforts of a fine hotel. — Condé Nast Traveler

Maintenance too gets high marks, though uninitiated travelers are apt to question some of the raw, unpainted surfaces—don't worry, it's intentional. — Star Service

An unassuming exterior hides the edgy, yet elegant interior of Straf Hotel & Bar, a style-savvy boutique in Milan that is filled with art. — Mr & Mrs Smith

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from $235

Magna Pars Suites

Corso Magenta & Sant'Ambrogio 81 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This former perfume factory in the heart of Milan’s design and fashion district is...set in lush gardens, with a well-stocked library, stylish bar and an excellent Italian restaurant. — The Telegraph

The Hotel Magna Pars may feel like it has more open space that the average hotel and that is because it used to be a perfume factory — Star Service

Loft-like suites and a hip restaurant in a converted perfume factory in Milan's artsy Navigli neighborhood. — Jetsetter

The 39 modern, chic, and luxurious suites that make up the hotel are hidden in the quirky Tortona neighborhood, away from the chaos of the city center. — Travel + Leisure

Purely modern in its packaging, with each bright white suite featuring the comforts of a well-designed Milanese home: Poltrona Frau bed and couches, Flos lighting, and Lavazza coffee makers. — Wallpaper

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from $246

The Westin Palace, Milan

Repubblica, Centrale & around 81 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Recently refurbished and just as elegant as ever. — Michelin Guide

Located near the Piazza della Repubblica, The Westin Palace, Milan is an upscale chain hotel within walking distance to Central Milan's shopping on Corso Buenos Aires. — Oyster

Behind the Westin's modern facade of red marble is an elegant hotel with some gorgeous suites. — Lonely Planet

Don't be fooled by the functional 1950s-era exterior of Milan's premier business address: rooms are decorated with Empire-style antiques. — Fodor's

Marble-clad hotel with Turkish baths in its fitness center.  — Travel + Leisure

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from $175

nhow Milano

Corso Magenta & Sant'Ambrogio 79 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

On Milan's offbeat via Tortona, around the corner from Teatro Armani and the Fondazione Pomodoro, contemporary NHOW sits in the shell of the city's former General Electrics factory. — Time Out

From the attention-grabbing über-modern interiors of the restaurant and lounge to the... revolving art exhibition, every corner of the hotel oozes an artsy aesthetic. — Oyster

This airy design-fest in the up-and-coming Porta Genova district is aimed at those coming to town on (fashion) business but the weekend offers can be worthwhile. — Rough Guide

There are witty, irreverent touches everywhere, from the graffiti-tagged guest-room doors to the chandelier/sculpture in the restaurant, which mimics the form of a giant iridescent orchid. — Travel + Leisure

Brightly tinted glass panels give way to a techno lobby where impeccable service is given to financial and corporate business people. — BlackBook

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from $107

Sina The Gray

Duomo & Brera 79 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Each room at The Gray has completely different decor, layout and focus, such as split levels, fitness facilities or a steam room. — DK Eyewitness

With minimal style and a smack-in-the-center location, the Gray hotel is a glossy Milan bolthole near the Duomo, La Scala and the Galleria Vittorio Emanuele. — Mr & Mrs Smith

Located 70 meters from the daunting Duomo, on the same tiny, evocative street as the full-sized Grand Hotel Duomo, this property is one of the best design hotels in the city. — Star Service

Design students can take several lessons at this unique boutique hotel by Florentine architect Guido Ciompi just north of the duomo. — Travel + Leisure

Just steps from Milan’s world-famous Duomo, the Gray offers 21 rooms designed by Guido Ciompi, the man behind Gucci boutiques worldwide. — Afar Magazine

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from $249

Gran Duca di York

Duomo & Brera 78 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Situated within easy walking distance of piazza del Duomo, yet away from the traffic, the hotel offers great value - by Milan standards. — Time Out

For a romantic stay in Milan, the three-pearl, 33-room Gran Duca di York is a solid bet — Oyster

Spare but classically elegant and efficient rooms are arranged around a courtyard—four have private terraces—and are an exceptional value. — Fodor's

The midsize rooms are simple, with hideous 1970s built-in units, tile floors, and plush easy chairs -- a few even get small terraces. — Frommer's

This 18th-century palazzo is close to Piazza del Duomo and the best designer shops. It has retro bathrooms and cheerful ochre-coloured rooms that are quite compact in size. — DK Eyewitness

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from $231

Petit Palais Hotel de Charme

Navigli 78 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

A 17th-century converted convent, all period furniture, antique paintings and Murano chandeliers. — The Telegraph

On a very busy corner, hugging Via Molino and Corso Italia, this 17th-century residence-turned-hotel is a delightful, if noisy, traditional option with not-unreasonable rates that include breakfast. — Star Service

On one of Milan's most important canals, this sometime 17th-century palazzo was opened as the Petit Palais in September 2007, after more than five years of restoration. — Time Out

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from $216

LaFavia 4 rooms

Stazione Centrale 78 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

With only four rooms, this small and welcoming B&B has an intimate setting and plenty of character. — The Telegraph

Marco and Fabio's four-room bed and breakfast in the former Rabarbaro Zucca factory is a multicultural treat with rooms inspired by their travels through India, Mexico and Europe. — Lonely Planet

The three-pearl LaFavia Four Rooms is a bed-and-breakfast-style boutique property housed in a historic renovated private residence, located just outside central Milan. — Oyster

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Hotel Milano Scala

Brera 78 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Hotel Milano Scala is a chic and eco-friendly four-pearl boutique hotel located in one of Milan's best (and most expensive) neighborhoods. — Oyster

Hotel Milano Scala's vivacious boutique spirit, inherent quality and clever and comfortable design make it a worthy contender at the top of the podium in the small, style-conscious hotel category. — Star Service

Giving theatrical a rich new meaning, the first thing that hits you about this four-star is the images of dance and backstage scenes crowding the communal areas. — The Telegraph

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from $156

Ostello Bello

Navigli 78 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

An award-winning hostel with a popular bar hosting art openings, exhibitions and live music shows, as well as good value rooms. — The Telegraph

Ostello Bello is a clean, centrally located hostel with a lively atmosphere and friendly staffers that speak multiple languages. — Oyster

A breath of fresh air in Milan's stiffly suited centre, this is best hostel in town. — Lonely Planet

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from $33

Enterprise Hotel

Parco Sempione & Garibaldi 78 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This contemporary hotel built in a former radio factory is within walking distance from Fieramilanocity. It is also close to some popular nightspots. — DK Eyewitness

A swanky boutique hotel with a panoramic spa on the seventh floor - includes a bottle of wine. — Jetsetter

Attention to detail and design is evident in every aspect of this elegant modern hotel. — Michelin Guide

This cool hotel stays busy keeping the Fiera di Milano-going crowd happy with its stylish design, excellent business facilities and welcoming bars. — Lonely Planet

An upscale but still budget-friendly pick located in a residential area adjacent to Milan's city center. — Oyster

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from $97
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