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Lavish hotel near the Public Gardens and museums, offering contemporary amenities with the atmosphere of a stately private home. Full review →
The palatial and opulent Savoia may smell of aristocratic fascism, but that is far from the truth.
An attractive, classy five-star option that oozes old-fashioned charm—and it's still the hotel of choice for visiting aristocracy and political bigwigs.
A 1927 neoclassical landmark near La Scala, this "sophisticated and beautiful" hotel has an Italian garden out front. Full review →
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).
Milan's grande dame has all the trappings of an exquisite traditional luxury hotel: lavish mirrors, drapes, and carpets, limousine services, and the city's largest guest rooms. Full review →
In spite of its large size (10 floors, 301 rooms and suites), the Principe has the atmosphere of a boutique hotel — intimate, personal and private. Full review →
This lovely, grand Beaux Arts institution is now part of the Dorchester Collection, which has busily been collecting famous hotels in Europe and on the west coast of the U.S. Full review →
This legendary hotel caters to celebrities and lovers of over-the-top luxury. Full review →
As well as such glitzy touches, this classic luxury hotel offers superb service and excellent facilities, including a rooftop fitness centre and pool with glorious views over the city. Full review →
Glamorous grande dame with a chandelier-studded lobby, a see-and-be-seen bar and a rooftop spa. Full review →
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. Full review →
Perfect for a relaxing stay.
The five-star Principe still attracts its share of aristocracy and corporate bigwigs, for good reason... the Principe Bar is one of the city's top spots. Full review →
Once owned by the Aga Khan, this stately standout has represented Milan's particular brand of luxury for nearly a century Full review →Twice-daily maid service, turndown, daily newspapers, nightly complimentary shoeshine and butler-service upon request are among the amenities that make this hotel a standout.
Opened in 1927, this historic hotel with an imposing neoclassical façade boasts rooms with fin de siècle furnishings, marble bathrooms and hand-painted frescoes. Full review →
The over-the-top marble foyer and reams of polished oak are a fine antidote to Milan's proliferation of design hotels. Full review →
This 1920's grande dame is fronted by manicured gardens on the Piazza della Repubblica; a longtime retreat for well-traveled sophisticates and a favorite of the fashion crowd. Full review →
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