Need to know
132, including 34 suites.
Double rooms from $259.00 (€222), excluding tax at 10 per cent. Please note the hotel charges an additional local city tax of €5.00 per person per night on check-out.
The bed and breakfast rate includes a cooked or Continental breakfast for two guests, a room. Additional guests (aged 13 or over) will be charged an extra €30 a day for breakfast.
The ME+ package (for guests staying in Chic Suites and above) streamlines your stay with a private check-in and out service, free packing and repacking, a welcome gift, bespoke bar setup, one item of laundry pressed, and a personalised turn-down. An ‘aura manager’ will be on the case for booking hard-to-get tables, organising lavish shindigs or standing in as a plus one if you’re flying solo in the bar.
STK Restaurant and STK Garden will be closed from 6 August to 27 August. In the meantime, the chefs will be offering a selection of dishes in Radio Bar; ranging from salmon ceviche to American-style wagyu hamburger.
At the hotel
Fitness centre, library, free high-speed WiFi throughout. In rooms: 47” LED TV and DVD player, iPod dock, Bluetooth sound bar, minibar and hospitality tray, Nespresso coffee machine, kettle with a selection of teas, custom-controlled atmospheric lighting, Apivita bath products, hangover cures and, ahem, ‘sex kits'. A PlayStation or Nintendo Wii with games is available on request, as are hair straighteners and travel adaptors, and suites have a ‘maxi-bar’ with full-size products.
Our favourite rooms
Suite ME has witnessed many a raucous A-list party, but this sprawling apartment-style stay – spread over a whole floor – can also feel rather serene. A PlayStation and a pool table keep guests entertained, a bespoke in-room bar keeps them merry, and a terrace with space to lounge gives panoramic views of the cityscape. If your ‘make it rain’ is a light drizzle, the Vibe rooms’ curvaceous bath tubs, tech gizmos and tailored interiors are just as chic, for a more prêt-à-porter price.
There’s no spa, but the hotel can send a therapist to your room to work out your knots, perk up your visage or scrub and polish your skin. For those maintaining a model figure, the 24-hour gym is outfitted with work-out tech: power plates, treadmills, cross trainers, bikes and weights.
Bring a coterie of couture legends in your Vuitton Steamer, or an ensemble outré enough to be hailed as the next runway trend.
All public areas are wheelchair accessible, and the hotel has a lift and nine adapted Aura Rooms (one on each floor) for guests with mobility issues.
Pets under 5kg stay free, but STK restaurant is off limits. The ME+ pet package (€50, or free for guests staying in suites) includes a dog house, blanket, bowls, ball and pet bathrobe. There’s a dedicated doggie-room-service menu too. See more pet-friendly hotels in Milan.
Milan caters to more grown-ups, but kids are welcome at the hotel. Extra beds and baby cots can be added to suites, babysitting or a nanny is available for €30 an hour (two hours’ notice is needed). Radio Bar has highchairs and the kitchen can heat milk.