Rising from the ruins of the historic Palazzo Kramer, which was destroyed during WWII, Palazzo Parigi Hotel & Grand Spa – Milan, Italy is now 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 inlaid with eight different types of wood. The art nouveau furnishings and 19th-century paintings lend it all a swoon-worthy Romantic style.

Palazzo Parigi will captivate you with its majestic spaces endowed with enveloping light, the precious works of art and antiques, its marbles and rich woodwork, the century-old garden, its bright, cosy roomsand suites with private terrace.

Haute cuisine is the rule here. Palazzo Parigi, the new 5 star hotel in Milan, elevates the concept of hospitality itself, just a few steps away from the fashion district, Brera and Teatro alla Scala.


The 33 suites of Palazzo Parigi, lavishly decorated, offer living spaces further expanding on to the exterior, with terraces widening their functionality and allowing for even more relax and comfort making Palazzo Parigi on of the best luxury hotels in Milan. Bathrooms are all marble, with separate bathtub and shower.

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Palazzo Parigi, temple of art and elegance, contains an exclusive oasis of relaxation of 1700mq.

The Grand Spa is a “home” of wellness, a place to rejuvenate in the heart of the city, Brera, and steps away from the famous fashion district. A unique space in Milan, where guests can feel immediately disconnected from the frenetic city. The key word is wellness and each detail is geared towards it. Starting from the decorations in the public areas to the rooms reserved for treatments.

A paradise where cleanse the body and clear the mind.

The Grand Spa of Palazzo Parigi, in addition to a wide range of beauty treatments with the use of excellence products, offers unique spaces, all with natural light, through which the guest get immersed in a paradise of water, music, perfumes and massages.


An exclusive eighteenth-century private garden planted with secular trees provides a rare oasis of greenery and is the perfect setting to relax and enjoy a light lunch or drink away, from the bustle of the city.


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