Where to stay in Milan
Iconic and visually distinct, Excelsior Hotel Gallia, Milan seamlessly celebrates avant-garde fashion, iconic design and epicurean heritage through crafted moments and intriguing perspectives. Let our experienced Luxury Collection concierge be your guide to an unforgettable stay.Discover More
Step into the new scene of Milan
Step over the threshold of The Westin Palace, Milan and discover a charismatic and modern sanctuary that is an inherent feature of cosmopolitan Milan. Recently renovated, the hotel is a natural place to meet effortlessly blending a renowned legacy for fine service and socializing.Discover More
Your urban oasis in Milan
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.Discover More
A Social Hub Inside Malpensa Terminal 1
Located in Terminal 1 of Malpensa Airport, It is the perfect choice for business or leisure travelers seeking a comfortable place to stay and rest before their flight. One of the hotels with the largest congress center in Italy, with 30 meeting rooms and stylish dining locations.Discover more
An elegant liberty palace in downtown Milan
An historical hotel located in the heartbeat of Milan that works as the perfect base for shopping, business or discovering the city rich history. The Diana, in its splendid Liberty beauty, is a mix of tradition and innovation and features a charming private garden right in the heart of the city.Discover more
Discover Milan, a charismatic capital of fashion & avant-garde style
Six centuries in the making the Milan Cathedral with it's pearl white facade and massive glass windows remains a marvel of gothic architecture and is still one of the world's largest churches.
One of only two remaining navigable canals the Canal Navigli Grande Milan remains of of Milan's top tourist draws.
A true reflection of an Italian opera house, La Scala opera is the premier opera house of northern Italy.
The ancient Basilica of Sant'Ambrogio was built by St Ambrose, the patron saint of Milan, whose remains are housed in the churches crypt.
The Castello Sforzesco is an icon of Milan this former Sforza dynasty fortress now houses some of the city's most popular art collections and museums.