Using precious materials from foreign countries, the design of Bulgari Hotel, Milan, exudes charisma and exclusivity. Architects Antonio Citterio, Patricia Viel and Partners have created a contemporary building that perfectly integrates with the neighbouring early 20th century buildings. Set on a private street, each of the 58 suites hold an unexpected warm and tranquil atmosphere in the centre of the fashion capital.
Situated in an 18th century Milanese palazzo between Via Montenapoleone and La Scala, the Bulgari Hotel can be reached within an hour from the airport. Learn about famous artists and explore cultural collections at the nearby Brera Museum for an insight into the world of classic Italian art.
Indulge in truly lavish suites that are furnished with Zimbabwe marble and canopy beds. Floor to ceiling windows create a light and bright feel for the larger suites whilst the rooms remain intimate and cosy. Each suite overlooks the lush garden or rustic courtyard, allowing you to unwind in a secluded setting, away from the bustling streets of central Milan.
Why we like it?
The Bulgari Hotel Spa carries a sense of calm, harmony and serenity. Glide into the pure gold tiled pool, which is surrounded by glass walls and elegant treatment rooms. All your wellness needs and desires will be met when you escape to this sumptuous spa. Afterwards, visit the hotel garden which was designed by landscape architect Sophie Agata Ambroise, for a glass of champagne in the sophisticated Dom Perignon Lounge.