The Corner Duomo Hotel
The Corner Duomo Hotel is the first experience outside the walls of the Eternal City of the Roscioli Family, leader, for four generations, in the field of Roman hospitality: since 1932, in fact, continues a family tradition continues that has been a guarantee for almost 90 years of excellence and passion for hospitality. The Corner Duomo Hotel occupies a building designed by the architect Luigi Caccia Dominioni: inserted between the Church of San Fedele and the Chase Manhattan Bank, it represents a true architectural virtuosity, a stone's throw from the Duomo, the Galleria Vittorio Emanuele, the Teatro alla Scala, the Palazzo Reale, Via Montenapoleone and Via della Spiga and the Pinacoteca di Brera. The 55 rooms (Business, Deluxe, Family Junior Suites and Executive Suites with private spa) feature a modern and sophisticated design, Smart TV and automated lighting control system. The Corner Duomo Hotel embodies a new concept of hospitality through which the Roscioli Group aims to offer an “open”, “friendly” and “smart” experience, specifically designed to meet the expectations of guests seeking a relaxing stay and customised services.
21Wol Milano Centro
Sheraton Milan San Siro
Step over the threshold of The Westin Palace Milan, and discover a charismatic and modern sanctuary that is an inherent feature of cosmopolitan Milan, enjoying an amazing view from Terrazza PanEVO, that welcomes its Guests for an openair dining with a dedicated menu. Combining a renowned legacy for fine service and socializing, the hotel reflects the flourishing and dynamic evolution of the district. Staying at The Westin Palace Milan feels like arriving at a familiar residence. Supremely located in a progressive and vibrant Milanese neighborhood overlooking the impressive Piazza della Repubblica, the hotel is a natural place to meet, effortlessly blending perceptive, warm service and upscale living. Accomplished and spacious, it proves a popular choice for those seeking an enriched second home. - From August 6th 2021, as per local regulation, COVID-19 green pass is required to visit all indoor hospitality (restaurants and bars, spa & swimming pools). It provides proof that the holder has either received at least one dose of the vaccine, has recovered from the virus or tested negative in the previous 48 hours.
NH Milano Machiavelli
Hotel Berna Milan
There are no shortages of wonderful hotels in Italy and, really, around the world. I have been fortunate to visit many of them over the years. The Mandarin Oriental Milan may top that list of hotels in customer service. From the check in to the concierge to the restaurant, the hotel staff made you feel special and delivered exceptional service.
We had an issue with the room, and not only did the staff provide options, in the end, they upgraded us to another room with ease.
The concierge was extremely helpful with good restaurant recommendations, securing museum tickets, and options for site-seeing.
The staff at the bar and restaurant were efficient without making you feel at all rushed.
All in all, it is clear that the management cares about service and the clientele and has made service a top priority.
This is my fourth locational visit with Mandarin Oriental having stayed at the properties in Beijing, New York, San Francisco, and Miami. This is by far the best one.
#themepark#zoo#nationalpark#lakes aswarr54 One of the world's fashion capitals, Milan is often overlooked by tourists who flock to Rome, Florence, and Venice. But this gem of a city has a lot to offer, including the iconic Duomo di Milano, the world's largest—and perhaps most stunning—Gothic cathedral; the exquisite mosaics and glass vaults of Galleria Vittorio Emanuelle II; and impressive museums, such as the Pinacoteca di Brera. There's also trendy restaurants, gorgeous cafes, and the longstanding Milanese tradition of aperitivo. No trip would be complete without some serious shopping, and there are multitude of options. In the evening, grab tickets to a performance at the opulent La Scala opera house.
#themepark#zoo#nationalpark#lakes#beaches Alim Jr Milan is Italy’s city of the future, a fast-paced metropolis where money talks, creativity is big business and looking good is an art form.
Ruled by the Caesars, Napoléon, the Austro-Hungarians and Mussolini, Milan has an ancient and fascinating history. After the unification of Italy in 1861, it also became an important industrial and cultural centre – a title it still holds today. While it may not have the historic attractions of other Italian cities, it holds its own with art collections old and new, which mark the genius of old masters and provoke new conversations about where the world is headed. Prestigious nights at La Scala, an illustrious literary heritage and a vibrant music scene also do much to debunk the city's workaholic image.
Since Leonardo da Vinci broke all the rules in his stunning Last Supper, the indefatigably inventive Milanese seem to have skipped straight from the Renaissance to the 1900s. Not only is Milan a treasure trove of 20th-century art, but art deco and rationalist architecture abound. Today the city leads the way with the largest post-war re-development in Italy, impressive, sustainable architecture and a futuristic skyline modelled by Zaha Hadid, Daniel Libeskind and César Pelli. The city is also burgeoning into a hi-tech hub, home to start-ups galore and the likes of Google, Microsoft, Alibaba and Apple.
#city #cityoverlook #citytopics #cityvacation #cityneversleeps #village #architecture #tripinspired #tripaway #milan