In Italy, the city of Milan is famous for the Santa Maria delle Grazie, where Leonardo Da Vinci took three years to create his interpretation of The Last Supper, and the Milan Cathedral, which took nearly six hundred years to complete! In the midst of such unprecedented history stands a hotel that takes from the city’s past and blends it with modern-day design.
Hotel Milano, located right in the middle of centuries of Italian history, is a manifestation of the city’s rich culture and visual finery. Each room in Hotel Milano is designed with modern elegance showcasing customized furnishings, parquet floors, a flat-screen TV, along with complimentary Wi-Fi and tea/coffee-making facilities. The hotel is but a few steps away from not only the Fieramilanocity Exhibition Centre, but also the Rho-Pero New Trade Fair Centre, the Milan Convention Centre, and some of the city’s most trendy and exclusive nightclubs. If you wish to indulge in a taste of Italy, Hotel Milano provides its guest with the stylish Sophia’s Restaurant, an eatery which offers its patrons an assortment of Mediterranean cuisines prepared with the ideal amount of Italian flavor, the Privè Bar, as well as the Wine Cellar. An American breakfast buffet is served from 7 AM to 10:30 AM in the breakfast room.
The hotel’s spa, Le Terme di Kyoto—located on the seventh floor—offers health facilities which include a Turkish bath, hot tub, sensory showers and beauty treatments. Lounge areas are situated throughout the hotel for those who wish to relax and mingle with other guests.
What best emphasizes its beauty is a subtle amalgamation of current design built upon an appreciation for Milan’s prosperous history. The end result is what can best be described as a calling call for those who visit the city. Visit http://www.venere.com/it/italia/milano/ for more information.