Milan | Hotel Design

We propose a tour for the interior designers, architects as well as architecture lovers. You cannot miss out on our Hotel Design Tour in Milan. We offer a unique tour to discover and experience some of the coolest hotels in the city of Milan. They are characterised with new, modern concepts in unusual location, with the most peculiar designs and decorations.

Milan has been listed in the list of Best Destinations 2016 of Lonely Planet, so it is a must-see city! In the past years, Milan has also been nominated as the “best touristic destination” and keeps attracting many tourists. This is also thanks to its international events such as EXPO 2015.

The city is a playground for experimenting, creating and developing hospitality alternatives, as well as revolutionary products in regards to the classic hotel offers.

The Hotel Design Tour

First stop of the tour is the Mandarin Oriental, the first one of Hong Kong’s luxury chain hotels. The hotel has four buildings dating from the 19th century and two secret courtyards, showing off the upper-class’ elegance. Up next is an even more luxurious zone, where the Bulgari Hotel is located in the heart of Milan’s prêt-à-porter. The tour continues in the centre of Milan, close to the Duomo and Vittorio Emanuele Gallery, where Room Mate Giulia is situated – a part of the Room Mate Hotels chain. The hotel knows of an ironic yet welcoming style. Then the tour takes us to Zona Tortona, to Magna Pars, which used to be the headquarters of a perfume factory – the different essences still characterise today’s ambiance, as all of the suites are completely harmonised with the same theme as well as they are named after the perfumes. The tour continues at Rosso Segnale, which is a new Bed and Breakfast concept. It is an old house with a little art gallery at the ground floor and three decorated rooms on the first floor. On the roof, you will find a 120m² garden, which adds to the elegance of the place and is a perfectly spot to enjoy some aperitifs, reading as well as it is suitable for music events.

Lastly, we will take a look at the Town@House Street, which is the perfect example of a more urban transformation of previously unused office space into a centre of hospitality. Elegant and futuristic furniture characterise the rooms, with their vibrant colours that stand out from the sepia-coloured walls.