Sheraton Milan San Siro stands in an oasis of green which integrates seamlessly with the hotel’s interior, inspiring a sense of shared experience. Carefully designed with both business and leisure guests in mind, its flexible spaces enhance social interaction and collaboration in a urban resort contest, inspired by clean, refined Milanese design.

Silene Bar & Restaurant

Step in this community-fluid space ideally set for social interaction and conceived to bring people together around the clock, with an all-day dining informal yet fancy dining offer.

Pool Oasis

The private entrance to the Pool Bar draws in locals, to mingle with guests and enjoy dinner and drinks or leisurely weekend lunches in the serene garden setting overlooking the adjoining swimming pool.

El Patio del Gaucho, Javier Zanetti

Signature Argentinian steakhouse serving a fine selection of grilled meat and fish or vegetable choices with a modern twist.

Milan: The New Centre of Urban Luxury and Eco-sustainable Living

One of the most notable rebirths of Milan is the rapid shift towards sustainability and energy efficiency. Milan is already influencing other Italian cities, and to a great extent, other regions of the European Union.

Porta Nuova District: the Spirit of Modern Milan

Built during the Napoleonic era, Porta Nuova is today the most contemporary and trendiest district in Milan and a popular attraction for business travelers, tourists and locals.

Brera Distrcit in Milan

Brera is a destination for all art lovers. It is defined as the artistic heart of Milan, is home to fine arts, design and fashion in the city. So, immerse yourself in one of the most characteristic places of Milan.
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Civic Aquarium of Milan

The third oldest aquarium in Europe
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Canal Navigli Grande Milan

One of only two remaining navigable canals the Canal Navigli Grande Milan remains of of Milan's top tourist draws.
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Basilica di Sant’Ambrogio

The ancient Basilica of Sant'Ambrogio was built by St Ambrose, the patron saint of Milan, whose remains are housed in the churches crypt.

Milan is a true metropolis: strong and fearless but welcoming, too. Little by little, I came to realize that I could become someone here.

– Giorgio Armani