Floral decorations and wrought iron: a liberty masterpiece.
Built in 1904 by architect Giuseppe Borioli, it is a shining example of Milanese Art Nouveau style. The building has three floors and is characterized by a liberty façade of floral influence with friezes, balconies and ceramics. The characteristic that made the building famous is the entrance gate in wrought iron, called gate of butterflies, made by the master Alessandro Mazzucotelli.
Our downtown location is convenient to the city’s famous shopping and monuments. This historic luxury hotel is an elegant and sophisticated meeting point for business and leisure travellers alike.