This property's quirky, charming aesthetic ensures you're in for a treat, especially if you book a suite.
To truly embrace la dolce vita in Milan you need to live like a local, incorporating gastronomy, culture, luxury and art into every day.
Pass a head-spinning array of classical villas, including one that belongs to George and Amal Clooney.
This Michelin-starred chef grew up eating risotto two to three times a week so he knows his stuff. The best one? His mum's, of course.
Milan is central and good for side trips but you could stay somewhere smaller with more of a village atmosphere.
This is a stylish, contemporary and immensely comfortable choice for any traveller passing through Milan.
Short skirts, selfies and one last supper: world's fashion capital beyond the flashlights.