Unconventional hospitality and luxury vision Milan’s Porta Volta is an up-and-coming neighbourhood thanks to an influx of hip bars, restaurants and cool new neighbours. The redefinition of the area of Porta Volta, which is named after a gate in the 16th-century walls that once surrounded the city, is an intrinsically Milanese project, taking up themes […]
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 […]
One of Milan’s historic hotels, Principe di Savoia first opened its doors in 1927 with an imposing neoclassical façade.
Today it’s an airy oasis amongst the urban landscape: the elegant interiors blend classic design with Art Deco features that evoke the hotel’s original character. Crystal chandeliers hang above inlaid wood furniture, with sumptuous silks, velvets and brocades embellishing the opulent interiors.
Milan is elegance and sophistication, a fast-paced metropolis where money talks, creativity is a big business and looking good is an art form.
If you’re living in – or visiting – Milan, you should also know that just within one hour you’ll find peaceful blue lakes, rugged mountain ranges, medieval towns and UNESCO sites.
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