5* Bulgari Hotel

Situated on a private street in downtown Milan, in a tastefully renovated 18th-century Milanese palazzo, is the Bulgari Hotel Milano. Designed by architects Antonio Citterio and Partners, the 58 rooms and suites are all bright & airy but are furnished with teak and oak to give a feeling of warmth and intimacy. Il Restorante strives to take guests on a gastronomic journey into the aromas and flavors of Milanese cuisine. The wine list vaunts more than 500 cases of the most carefully selected vintages, as well as a fine selection of Champagnes and sparkling wines. Connoisseurs of fine spirits will also find much to choose from. Space is at a premium in the bustling centre of Milan but you would be forgiven for thinking you were somewhere else entirely whilst exploring the hotel’s 4,000-square-meter private garden which backs onto the nearby Botanical Gardens. This is a remarkable achievement considering many of the cities designer boutiques, best restaurants and trendy nightclubs are within walking distance.

  • 3 night minimum stay
  • Inclusive of breakfast & taxes
  • Choice of rooms or suites
  • Located in the heart of Milan, but on a private street to allow peace and tranquillity
  • 35 minutes’ drive to circuit
  • In-house dining provided via Il Restorante & Il Bar
  • Swimming pool, Sauna, Jacuzzi, Fitness Centre & Spa

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