Top luxury hotels to stay in while you are at iSaloni 2018. Here we present you a list of hotels that surely will be a source of well staying and will also share with you decorating ideas and decorating tips. In a trend show context, related to interior design trends, is also a luxury to stay in a luxury hotel with a modern interior design that is also historical.
Fusing Milanese design with timeless Oriental luxury, Mandarin Oriental, Milan lies in the heart of Italy’s most fashionable city. Occupying four elegant 18th-century buildings steps away from La Scala, the hotel offers the perfect combination of comfort, elegance and style.
Bulgari Milan. The Ferraris and Lamborghinis in the car park set the tone of this luxury Milan hotel. Interiors are stylish and contemporary with black marble and granite, bronze, teak and oak fittings, and Italian furniture. Suites have a selection of art and design books. The spa has a 12-metre gold mosaic swimming pool and glass-fronted hammam with stone seating. Floor-to-ceiling windows ensure plenty of light; mirrored window-panes in the restaurant area look out over the garden. Also overlooking the garden is the bar which is extremely popular among Milan’s jet set, especially for aperitivo. This garden is believed to date as far back as the 1300s (it was once a monastery vegetable garden) and is one of the hotel’s main draws.
Park Hyatt Milan is located in the heart of Milan, overlooking the famous Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II and a few steps from Duomo cathedral, Alla Scala Theatre and the elegant boutiques on via Montenapoleone.
ME Milan Il Duca. This five-star hotel blends contemporary Italian design with a laid-back vibe – with a playlist to match (cool beats in the morning, raised tempo in the afternoons). Rooms are furnished in neutral shades and outfitted with the latest technology. The two signature suites, as well as some communal areas, are brightened up with large images by Madrid-based fashion photographer Alberto Van Stokkum, depicting music and fashion icons. In-room minibars, nicknamed “maxi bars”, have unusual items including Agent Provocateur lingerie and hangover kits stocked with mineral salts and refreshing face masks. The hotel’s major draw is the fashionable 10th-floor Radio Rooftop Bar with glass-fronted terrace offering panoramic views of the city skyline.
Palazzo Parigi. Stylish minimalist interiors and refined furnishings embody the best of Milanese and Parisian design. Pink Baveno marble columns recall Milan’s La Scala Opera House, while the lobby’s Venetian mosaic floors take inspiration from the city’s Villa Reale. Rooms and suites are fitted with antique furniture, sculptures and paintings that were collected by architect and hotel owner Paola Giambelli, from oil paintings to marble statues. All feature spacious balconies and terraces affording panoramic views of the historical centre, the Porta Nuova district or the skyscrapers of Piazza Gae Aulenti. An opulent ballroom overlooks the garden which is a peaceful spot to enjoy breakfast, afternoon tea or an aperitif.
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