Need to know
98, including 33 suites.
Noon, but flexible, subject to availability. Earliest check-in, 3pm, but also flexible.
Double rooms from $393.49 (€360), 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 and an additional room tax of 10% per room per night on check-out.
Rates don’t include breakfast (from €25 a person).
Just in case you didn’t feel fancy enough, the hotel has a ballroom with a terrace that overlooks the historic 18th-century gardens, for up to 300 party-loving guests.
At the hotel
Spa, gym, free WiFi throughout and valet parking. In rooms: TV, iPod dock, minibar, tea and coffee facilities and Clarins bath products.
Our favourite rooms
Every room has a balcony, which can only be a good thing – especially if it’s one facing out onto the city’s historic centre. For epic views, book the Duomo Suite, named after a certain landmark – though predictably, the Presidential Suite is the most spectacular, with a vast terrace from which to take in the Milanese-skyline panorama.
There’s a heated, family-friendly pool in the spa with its own current-simulating system.
The aptly named Grand Spa has some impressive credentials: namely, a hammam, steam room, sauna, Jacuzzi, gym, Pilates equipment, personal trainers and hairdressers on standby and Valmont treatments on offer.
This is a country with serious style and Milan is its fashion capital – wear black to blend in with the fashionistas, and pack your dose of designer labels (Italian ones, of course).
All of the hotel entrances have ramps, but only Classic Rooms are accessible for wheelchair users. Pets are allowed; dog beds, biscuits, bowls and a toy are all provided free of charge.
Pets are allowed; dog beds, biscuits, bowls and a toy are all provided free of charge. See more pet-friendly hotels in Milan.
All ages welcome. Extra beds and cots can be added to rooms. Babysitting costs €50 an hour and should be booked at least three hours in advance.