The 10 most BEAUTIFUL HOTELS in Milan: a guide for a fabulous stay (Map)

Could you recommend a hotel in Milan?

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Could you recommend a hotel in Milan? A question that anyone has been asked at least once, but the thing is that, living in Mialn, we don’t know them. Let’s find out which are the top locations for a staying closed by “the Madonnina”

The 10 most beautiful hotels in Milan: a guide for a fabulous stay (Map)


# 1 B&B Bedpiuart, for the most stylish guests – Central Station

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B&B Bedpiuart is perfect for stylish guests and often hosts exhibitions of young artists.

Designed by a group of architects and designers of Milan origins, who love nature and ecology, it has been furnished with used items, reinventing them: branches, old washbasins or chairs transformed into the head of a bed or coffee machines which became vases.

Address: Via Soperga, 36 – Central Station

# 2 Mini Hotel Tiziano, the hotel set in the history of architecture – City Life

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The Mini Hotel Tiziano is located in a building designed by the architect Portaluppi in the 1930s and is surrounded by a huge private park. Recently renovated by the architectural firm Mqa, it welcomes its guets with warm tones and a timeless elegance in spacious and quiet rooms, the hotel is located very close to City Life. Among the facilities there is a “LIFE” path and a space for children outside and also a fitness area.

Address: via Tiziano

# 3 B&B Vietnam mon amour, where you can breathe distant atmospheres – Città Studi and Isola

Credits vietnamonamour IG – b&b Vietnam

In the two B&B Vietnam non amour, one in Città Studi and the other in the area called Isola, you can breathe all the atmosphere of the Far East. Designed by the creativity of Cristiana, who was born in Paris from Vietnamese parents, she personally decorated the rooms, all different, inspired by the ancient colonial houses of Hanoi. Inside there are furnitures and accessories by Asian craftsmen.

Address: Via Alessandro Pestalozza, 7 e Via Torquato Taramelli, 67

# 4 Nyx Hotel, the first Italian hotel to host street art works – Central Station

Credits nyxhotelmilan IG – NYX Hotel Milano

The NYX – by Leonardo Hotels – is like going on a journey within a journey because it is the first Italian hotel to host street art works by artists who have made the history of writing art in the world. They are visible around every corner, from the lobby to the garden, like an art gallery, but also the rooms have their own design. This hotel is famous for the experiences it offers: artistic events, DJ sets every day, Happy Hours at the Clash Bar, and refined lunches and dinners at the restaurant.

Address: Piazza Quattro Novembre, 3

# 5 Nhow Milan, the eclectic hotel in the creativity district – Tortona

Credits mazzantipiume IG – Nhow Hotel

Nhow Milano, settled in the former General Electric factory in the Tortona area, is one of the most eclectic hotels in the city: a hotel that can be considered a real gallery with design objects and works that are renewed every six months with different exhibitions and visionary installations. Redesigned by architect Daniele Beretta and Matteo Thun who designed the interior, it has also a Lounge Bar, designed by Karim Rashid, which is one of the most sought after rooftop terraces in the city.

Address: via Tortona, 35

# 6 B&B Rosso Segnale, a place of art, meetings and creativity – Loreto

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Rosso Segnale in the Loreto district is a place of art, meetings and creativity. It is an art gallery that furnishes the spaces for guests and a B & B with three rooms all different and special at the same time. In Summer and Spring you can have breakfast in the garden and in the terrace overlooking.

Address: via Antonio Sacchini, 18

# 7 Sweetinn, the charming apartment in the heart of the nightlife – Moscova

Credits sweetinn IG – Sweetinn Milano

Sweetinn, is an international travel-tech company that offers apartments around the world, each one is customized by a designer who is inspired by the mood of the place. The solution chosen for this charming apartment, very close to Sempione Park, is comfort along with style.

The flat has a living room-kitchen, a bedroom and a bathroom and all walls with blue wallpaper that creates a perfect contrast with yellow and white that dominate throughout the house.

Address: Via Pinamonte da Vimercate

# 8 AC Hotel Milano, one of the tallest hotels in the city – Garibaldi

Credits achotelmilano IG – Ac Hotel Milano

The AC Hotel Milano, which is part of the Marriott group, is perfect for those who prefer the modern spirit of the city. It is located near the Garibaldi station and Corso Como and thanks to its 17 floors is one of the tallest hotels in the city. The rooms are all equipped with wifi and if you want to eat you can choose between a restaurant and a lounge that prepares cold meals.

Adress: via Enrico Tazzoli, 2

# 9 B&B Hotel Milano Sant’Ambrogio, essential and “Milanese” style

Credits cne6888 IG – b&B Milano Sant’Ambrogio

B&B Hotel Milano Sant’Ambrogio is a structure with an essential style and it’s very comfortable for its proximity to the historic center, not far from Cadorna and from the “Cenacolo” by Leonardo da Vinci. Among its strengths there is the possibility of a late check out until 12, moreover all the rooms has elements that recall the beauty of the city and equipped with WIFI and smart TV.

Address: via degli Olivetani, 4

# 10 CONCOCT for those who love design and architecture

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Concoct, in the Chinatown area, offers six different housing solutions, each designed by a different architect and for this reason it is one of the hotels to consider for those who love design, architecture and beauty.

There is the basic room “Humus nine” by Beatrice Spreafico or the “Humus two” by Andrea Ludovico Borri, the largest apartment in the hotel with a garden and a ceiling of 4.80 meters high to create suspended volumes, each with a different environment.


(Original article by Fabio Marcomin)

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