Hotels in Milan Italy are some of the most elegant you’ll find anywhere. Nicknamed “The Fashion Capital of the World”, Milan is known for its luxury shopping, its historical buildings, its museums, its music, its restaurants, its nightlife and its football. When visiting the Milan Cathedral, or Duomo di Milano, keep in mind that there is a strict dress code, whereby the chest and shoulders must be covered, and pants and dresses must go beyond the knees. Also of note, a pair of binoculars or opera glasses goes a long way in the Duomo. Hotels in Milan Italy, as well as a number of penthouses found below, are at the top of their class in European luxury. Before we get you to hotels in Milan Italy, let’s take a look at some background information to help you along the way.
Milan was founded in around 600 BC by the Celtic Insurbes, and has since been controlled by the Huns, the Lombards, the Franks, the House of Sforza and the Austrians. During World War II, Milan was bombed heavily by Allied forces, largely resulting in the hanging of Benito Mussolini, whose body was displayed publicly to be shot at, hit with hammers and beaten at the Piazzale Loreto on April 29, 1945.
Located in northern Italy, Milan has a population of around 1.4 million people. Italy’s second-most populated city after Rome, Milan is known for its fashion, art, entertainment, tourism and much more. Nearly 9 million tourists per year visit Milan, with the majority of United States’ visitors traveling on business, and Chinese and Japanese tourists visiting for leisure. Milan’s climate is considered humid subtropical, with hot and humid summers and cold, foggy winters. Major points of interest include Porta Nuova, Sforza Castle, La Scala, Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II, Milano Centrale railway station, Arch of Peace, Milan Cathedral, Royal Palace of Milan, Milan Stock Exchange, Santa Maria delle Grazie, Pinacoteca di Brera, Castello Sforzesco and San Siro Stadium, amongst others. The city’s major football teams are Inter Milan and AC Milan. Popular foods include Risotto alla Milanese, veal, pork ribs, Polenta, Panzerotti, or a type of turnover and Gorgonzola. When out for drinks, don’t forget about the Apertivo, which is a delightful, pre-dinner drink. Now that we have a little background information, it’s time for hotels in Milan Italy that are sure to offer an incredible stay.
Park Hyatt Milano
Via Tommaso Grossi 1
Park Hyatt Milano features free WiFi, a spa, a gym, spacious and luxurious rooms, marble bathrooms, private terraces, skyline views and a Michelin-starred restaurant. Near here you may find MIO Bar, Venchi (chocolate shop), Fueguia (perfume store), Plinio Visona (leather goods store), Palazzo Giureconsulti (conference center), Palazzo della Ragione Fotografia (historical landmark), Merchants Square (historical landmark), Casa dei Panigarola (historical landmark), Camparino in Galleria (cocktail bar), Cadè Milano (clothing store), CHANEL (fragrance and beauty), VERSACE, Prada, TOD’s and more.
This location is 0.1 miles from Galleria Vittorio Emanuele, Palazzo della Ragione, Duomo Square, Duomo di Milano and La Scala, 0.2 miles from Museo Del Novecento, Palazzo Reale and British Consulate General, 0.9 miles from Arena Civica and Santa Maria delle Grazie, 3.3 miles from San Siro Stadium and 4.5 miles from Milan Linate Airport.
Room Mate Giulia
Silvio Pellico 4
Galleria Vittorio Emanuele Milan Italy
Room Mate Giulia offers free WiFi, a fitness center, a sauna, air conditioning, modern decor, designer furnishings, mini-bars, flat-screen TVs and furnished terraces. You’ll find this hotel close to Park Hyatt Milano.
From here Galleria Vittorio Emanuele Milan Italy is within feet, Duomo Square, Palazzo della Ragione, Duomo di Milano and Museo Del Novecento are 0.1 miles, Montenapoleone Metro Station and San Babila Station are 0.4 miles, Villa Necchi Campiglio and GAM Milano are 0.7 miles and Milan Linate Airport is 4.5 miles.
Approximate cost per night: $541
Corso Concordia 1
Villa Necchi Campiglio Milan
With parquet floors, LCD TVs, free WiFi, fairy tale and nursery rhyme themes, antique details, modern facilities, a restaurant, a lounge bar, a wine bar and light breakfast, Château Monfort is close to Rubacuori Restaurant (Italian restaurant), Pasta Eat (restaurant), Ristorante Gong Oriental Attidude (Chinese restaurant), Gelateria Concordia Milano (ice cream shop), Filippo La Mantia (Sicilian restaurant) and more.
Villa Necchi Campiglio Milan and Consulate General of the United Arab Emirates are 0.3 miles, Consulate General of Switzerland is 0.6 miles, Palazzo Reale, Galleria Vittorio Emanuele, Duomo di Milano, La Scala, Museo Del Novecento and Duomo Station are 0.9 miles, Brera Art Gallery is 1 mile and Milan Malpensa Airport is 26.4 miles from this locale.
Approximate cost per night: $710
Excelsior Hotel Gallia
Piazza Duca D’Aosta 9
Bosco Verticale Milan Italy
Excelsior Hotel Gallia provides a spa, a rooftop restaurant, Italian design furniture, floor-to-ceiling windows, Trussardi toiletries, a conference center, a private event center, a breakfast buffet with a live cooking station and a lounge bar. It can be found close to Terrazza Gallia (restaurant), Shiseido SPA Milan, Auditorium Giorgio Gaber, La Mela Reintegrata (tourist attraction), Sala Reale Stazione Centrale (historical landmark), Gud (restaurant), Dispensa Emilia (restaurant), Sicilia’s (coffee shop), Guess (clothing store), Carpisa (fashion accessories store), Concept 45 (restaurant), Yang Sushi and Fusion and more.
This location is 0.1 miles from Centrale Metro Station, 0.3 miles from Sondrio Station, Gioia Station and Caiazzo Station, 0.5 miles from Repubblica Station, 0.6 miles from Bosco Verticale Milan Italy, Corso Buenos Aires, Lima Station, Loreto Station and Unicredit Tower, 0.9 miles from GAM Milano, 1.2 miles from Villa Necchi Campiglio, Montenapoleone Metro Station and Brera Art Gallery, 3.8 miles from San Siro Stadium and 25.7 miles from Malpensa Airport.
Approximate cost per night: $425
Hotel VIU Milan
6 Via Aristotile Fioravanti
Monumental Cemetery Milan Italy
Hotel VIU Milan has a rooftop pool, a spa center, a sauna, a fitness center, a bar, modern, elegant decor, designer furniture, marble bathrooms, high-end toiletries, free WiFi, smart TVs, bathrobes and slippers. Nearby you’ll find Bulk Mixology Food Bar, Dsquared2 Headquarters (haute couture fashion house), Ceresio 7 Pools & Restaurant, Hanoi (Vietnamese restaurant), Jin Yong (Chinese restaurant), Tre tè (bubble tea store), Indiehub Srl (recording studio), Microsoft Italy, GAM Bistrot Coreano (Korean restaurant), Pescaria Milan (fast food restaurant), La Griglia di Varrone (restaurant), Jasmine Orange (Chinese restaurant), Pizzeria Trattoria da Franco (restaurant), Mercato della Terra (market), Il Santo Bevitore (restaurant), Trattoria Il Quadrifoglio (down home cooking restaurant), Il Museo Storico dei Vigili del Fuoco di Milano (museum) and more.
From here Monumental Cemetery Milan Italy is 0.1 miles, Cenisio Metro Station and Verdi Theater are 0.4 miles, Hollywood Milan, Corso Como, Milan Porta Garibaldi Station, Moscova Station, Via Vincenzo Capelli, Eataly Milan, Gerusalemme Metro Stop and Arena Civica are 0.5 miles, Bosco Verticale is 0.6 miles, Brera Art Gallery is 0.9 miles, Sforza Castle and The Last Supper by Leonardo da Vinci are 1 mile, Duomo di Milano is 1.5 miles and Malpensa Airport is 24.7 miles.
Approximate cost per night (family room): $780
Cost per person (four people): $195
Palazzo Parigi Hotel & Grand Spa
Corso Di Porta Nuova 1
Brera Art Gallery Milan
With air conditioning, balconies, terraces, a restaurant, free WiFi, elegant rooms, modern technologies, flat-screen TVs, mini-bars, parquet or marble floors, seating areas and a buffet breakfast upon request, Palazzo Parigi Hotel & Grand Spa is close to Rubelli – Showroom, Prata & Mastrale (clothing store), L’Annunciata Macelleria (butcher shop), ETHOS & Aesthetic Center Solarium (spa), Pane & Pane (bakery), Giardini Perego (park), Arcadia Cafè (espresso bar), Tabacchi (tobacco shop), Sartoria A. Caraceni (custom tailor), Groove Cafè (espresso bar), Mario Valentino (women’s clothing store), Lami Fiori (florist), Clotilde Brera (restaurant), Richard Ginori 1735 (chinaware store), Manuel Ritz Store (men’s clothing store), MC2 Saint Barth (swimwear store), Iliprandi (shoe store), THE STORE (men’s clothing store), Blue Deep Milano (clothing store), Santa Virginia (restaurant), Stendhal Milano (restaurant), Doriani Solferino Restaurant, Botinero (restaurant), Missoni Showroom, Libero Milano (formal wear store), Marché San Marco (market), Gelateria Solferino (ice cream shop), The Slowear Store (men’s clothing store), Hops Beer Shop (beer store) and more.
This hotel in 0.2 miles from Consulate General of the United States – Milan, Turati Station, Brera Art Gallery Milan, Montenapoleone Metro Station, Via Manzoni and Consulate General of Switzerland – Milan, 0.3 miles from Consulate General of France – Milan and Via Montenapoleone, 0.4 miles from Consulate General of Germany – Milan, La Scala, GAM Milano and PAC – Pavilion of Contemporary Art, 0.5 miles from Galleria Vittorio Emanuele and San Babila Station, 0.6 miles from The Last Supper by Leonardo da Vinci, Villa Necchi Campiglio, Sforza Castle, Duomo Station and Duomo di Milano and 25.5 miles from Malpensa Airport.
Approximate cost per night (penthouse suite): $8,600
Grand Hotel et de Milan
Via Manzoni 29
Duomo di Milano Milan Italy
Grand Hotel et de Milan provides luxurious rooms, a high-tech fitness center, air conditioning, 18th-century furniture, mini-bars, WiFi access, a restaurant and a bar. You’ll find Ristorante Don Carlos, Kenzo (clothing store), E. Marinella (clothing store), Tearose Boutique Milan, Armani Bamboo Bar, Nobu Milano (Japanese restaurant), Paul Smith (clothing store), Pal Zileri Flagship (men’s clothing store), Falconeri (clothing store), Pinko (women’s clothing store), Ermenegildo Zegna (clothing store), BALLY Haus Milan (fashion accessories store), Jo Malone London (beauty supply store), Coccinelle (clothing store), The Brow Bar Milano (beauty salon), Bottega Veneta (boutique), MONTBLANC (jeweler), Peter Langner Showroom (bridal shop), VALENTINO (boutique), Il Salumaio di Montenapoleone (restaurant), Il Bisonte Milano (fashion accessories store), Gianvito Rossi (boutique), Bice Restaurant (Italian restaurant), BUILDING GALLERY (art gallery), DeRos Restaurant (Italian restaurant), Poldi Pezzoli Museum and more all within range.
From here Via Manzoni and Montenapoleone Metro Station are within feet, Via Montenapoleone is 0.1 miles, La Scala is 0.2 miles, Consulate General of Switzerland – Milan, Brera Art Gallery, British Consulate General – Milan, San Babila Station, Galleria Vittorio Emanuele and Teatro Nuovo Milano are 0.3 miles, Duomo di Milano Milan Italy, Duomo Station and GAM Milano are 0.4 miles, Arena Civica is 0.8 miles and Malpensa Airport is 25.7 miles.
Approximate cost per night (presidential suite): $2,952
Cost per person (three people): $984
Skyline Milan Penthouse
Via Napo Torriani 29
Porta Venezia Milan
Skyline Milan Penthouse has 2 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms (one with a Turkish bath), free WiFi, air conditioning, a fully-equipped kitchen, a flat-screen TV and a private terrace with a hot tub. Close to this penthouse apartment you may encounter Parrucchiere Severgnini (hairdresser), THE STREET BAR, Anytime Fitness Centrale (gym), Lamo Restaurant (seafood restaurant), Napule è (pizza restaurant), Moebius Milano (restaurant), Miscusi (Italian restaurant) and more.
Centrale Metro Station is 0.1 miles, Caiazzo Station is 0.3 miles, Gioia Station, Sondrio Station, Repubblica Station and Corso Buenos Aires are 0.4 miles, Lima Station is 0.5 miles, Loreto Station, Fatebenefratelli Hospital, Porta Venezia Milan and Bosco Verticale are 0.6 miles, Villa Necchi Campiglio and Montenapoleone Metro Station are 1 mile and Malpensa Airport is 25.8 miles from this penthouse.
Approximate cost per night: $1,476
Cost per person (six people): $247
Via Gardone 22/a
Bocconi University Milan
With free WiFi, a self-standing pool, pet-friendly accommodations, free private parking, air conditioning, flat-screen TVs, dining areas, terraces, fully-equipped kitchens and bath robes, Villa Aida is situated close to Lion’s Cafė, anticaforneria1901 (bakery), My Comfort Food (deli), Pasticceria Fonte del Dolce (pastry shop), Overline (beauty supply store), Teatro del Vigentino di Isabella Cremonesi (performing arts theater), Moonhouse Music (recording studio), Phylla Milano (cosmetics supplier), Ristorante Stella d’Asia (Chinese restaurant), Nishiki (sushi restaurant) and more.
This villa is 0.4 miles from Consulate General of China – Milan and Brenta Station, 0.5 miles from Fondazione Prada Milano and Lodi T.I.B.B. Station, 0.6 miles from Corvetto Station, 0.9 miles from Porto di Mare Station, 1 mile from Porta Romana Station, 1.2 miles from Bocconi University Milan, 1.4 miles from Rogoredo Station and Milan Rogoredo – Train Station, 1.9 miles from Palazzo Reale, 2 miles from Darsena, Museo Del Novecento, Duomo di Milano and San Babila Station, 2.1 miles from Duomo Station and Galleria Vittorio Emanuele and 27.5 miles from Malpensa Airport.
Approximate cost per night (deluxe apartment): $288
Cost per person (five people): $58
Duomo & Via Torino Penthouse
4 Vicolo Santa Maria Valle
Colonne di San Lorenzo Milan Italy
Duomo & Via Torino Penthouse comes with 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, a living room with a flat-screen TV, air conditioning, a hairdryer, a seating area, a dining area and a fully-equipped kitchen. Near here are American Crunch (candy store), Mauro Leone (shoe store), Imperial (clothing store), Restaurant Rossini (Italian restaurant), MA-EC Milan Art & Events Center, Città del Sole (toy store), Dan John Milano (men’s clothing store), ODStore (candy store), Lucan’s (shoe store), Camiceria Ambrosiana Camicie Su Misura (dress store), Primo Hair Make Milano Japanese Hair Salon, Red Couch Tattoo Shop, MUD Studio Milan (Italy Make Up Designory), Enoteca Regionale Lombarda (wine bar), Bistrot Santa Maria Valle (bistro), LashBar By LashDream (beauty salon), Palazzo Durini (historical landmark), Nerino Dieci Trattoria (Italian restaurant), Casa Infante (ice cream shop), San Giorgio al Palazzo (Catholic church), Nuova Galleria Morone (art gallery), Cannabis Store Amsterdam Milano, Museo Studio Francesco Messina (museum) and more.
From this penthouse Basilica of San Lorenzo Maggiore, Colonne di San Lorenzo Milan Italy and Missori Station are 0.2 miles, Università Cattolica Milano and Milan Stock Exchange are 0.3 miles, Palazzo della Ragione, Cordusio Station, Museo Del Novecento, Duomo Station, Duomo Square and Basilica, Saint Ambrose, Palazzo Reale and Duomo di Milano are 0.4 miles, Galleria Vittorio Emanuele is 0.5 miles, Darsena, La Scala and The Last Supper by Leonardo da Vinci are 0.6 miles, Sforza Castle and Santa Maria delle Grazie are 0.7 miles, San Siro Stadium is 3.1 miles and Malpensa Airport is 25.6 miles.
Approximate cost per night: $325
Cost per person (six people): $55
Four Seasons Hotel Milano
Via Gesù 6-8
Museo Del Novecento Milan
Offering luxurious rooms, free WiFi, a sweet and savory buffet breakfast, 2 restaurants, a fire-lit lobby, air conditioning, flat-screen TVs, seating areas, soft bathrobes and slippers, Four Seasons Hotel Milano is set near Baglioni Hotel Carlton.
Approximate cost per night (penthouse suite): $12,635
Cost per person (three people): $4,211
We hope you have found your perfect accommodation from the above hotels in Milan Italy. Thank you for stopping by and have a great trip!
36 Replies to “Hotels in Milan Italy”
Hello, I must say that this article is very helpful and informative. I have been to Milan 2 times but unfortunately, I did not have a chance to stay in some of these beautiful hotels. I need to go again because of a job next month so I will definitely take a closer look at Villa Alda, I heard some people talk about it that it is so powerful.
Danijel Villa Aida is exceptional indeed and thank you for confirming in what you’ve heard 🙂
Thank you for the awesome review, as always! I have a lways wanted to go to Milan. I think the city is either named of St. Ambrose of Milan, or something like that. He is one of my favorite Saints to study on. I really like the looks of the Skyline Milan Penthouse. That view would be absolutely breath-taking I believe and it would make the whole experience that much better!
Jessie you are too kind! You are always welcome here in search of the most breath-taking views 🙂
Hey, Thank you for writing on Hotels in Milan Italy. I am looking for hotels in Milan Italy and found them in you list. You listed them in details I enjoyed while reading and watching. If I got a chance to visit Milan Italy. I would like to stay in Milhouse Suites Duomo Penthouse. Thank you for finding the perfect accommodation.
You’re welcome Parveen and thank you for the comments!
Thanks a lot for such an amazing review of Hotels in Milan Italy and explanations are given.
I want to visit Milan and I started looking for accommodations on the internet. I will come with some friends so we decided to get an apartment. When I saw these apartments I was fascinated and we will definitely stay in one of them at least one night.
Thanks again for this post. If you don’t mind, I will share this article on my social media account. Good luck!
Razvanllie thank you so much for sharing!
The Excelsior Hotel Gallia is totally the hotel for me! I would like a spa treatment and then a delicious Italian meal on their rooftop! It’s also close to other doubtlessly excellent restaurants; I love eating Italian food! That it’s so close to a Metro station is a serious plus. All I have to do is walk one-tenth of a mile and then go see lots of special sites. Although it’s very pricy, it definitely is worth it because of all the interior amenities. It would definitely be the fanciest hotel in which I’ve ever stayed. Thank you for introducing me to it!
Cathy, Excelsior Hotel Gallia is a fine choice, very elegant 🙂
I probably will never know how have you develop this capacity so making me breathless with every single post I get the chance to read!
I have my family trip all setup for 2020 and you’re making me willing to change destiny to Italy. Prices are reasonable considering the accommodation capacity. Everyone wold preffere the Via Montenapoleone property, nevertheless there’s always a budget to complain with.
A great inventory will always deliver headaches when it comes to make a selection (unfortunately I’ll need to procastinate this for next year vacations!
thanks for a great post!
Thank you so much Juan! Enjoy your 2020 trip and do keep Milan in mind for the following year 😉
I visited Italy early in 2019 and fell in love. We enjoyed the toll road and their amazing petro stops. Fully loaded and easy to access.
I did not know there were so many amazing hotels in Milan. I enjoyed the detail info you provided and direct links to book a room. I also enjoyed the extra info about what is around the hotel.
The info about Milan at the top is also very good introduction and the main picture is stunning.
I would be interested in a few extra pics of each hotel. But, I would probably just get that by going to the link.
Thanks for providing detail travel hotel info, including pricing and links to book.
Jesse thank you for the comments and yes more photos are easily accessible by following the links
I really like the description you gave about the hotels in Milan, Italy. And I can see from the images above how beautiful and attractive they are. The features alone is mind-blowing.
What I loved about Milan especially is its fashion, art, entertainment and tourism. There are many places to go to and feel relaxed and as well return back to your place of comfort. I’ve been there last year June, and would love to visit again. I find 18 Via Torino to be very attractive and it comes with amazing features. I have bookmarked this page already for reference when next on my trip.
This definitely would be handy to whosoever is visiting Milan, Italy.
Kell glad you found value in the post and thank you for the comments!
Thank you for this useful topic. Recently, I’m looking for hotels in Milan for my family’s yearly trip. I haven’t been to Milan before so I know nothing about that. I think I have to spend a lot of time to study.
Luckily I landed on your site. The time is amazing. You write down the features of the hotels and the price so I don’t need to click every time if I want to check the price. The details of the hotels are easy to read so I can understand easily. After reading your post, your post can be used as a guideline for me.
It’s useful for my family so I can discuss with them to see which hotels they like. It saves us a lot of time. At least, I don’t need to do further research online. I will bookmark your site and share it with all my friends. I believe your post can helps many people. Please keep sharing with us.
CT thank you for the kind words. Glad to see that you are looking for hotels in Milan and will do!
Me and my husband would like to visit Italy together. My husband especially wants to visit Milan, because he loves fashion.
Grand Hotel et de Milan looks tempting with the 18th century furniture, and the location in the shopping district would be great for my husband. The price is a bit out of our range, though.
Villa Aida also seems to have a lovely old-fashioned interior. The price is surprisingly low for such a luxurious apartment. I think this place is the best option for us.
Thank you for the helpful information!
You’re welcome Kirsti and glad you found ones to your liking in Grand Hotel et de Milan and Villa Aida 🙂
Last time when I was in Italy, I only got the chance to visit Rome. I always wanted to visit Milan because it is a fashion city 🙂 I would love to visit Sforza Castle and Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II. Thank you for the suggestions, some of the penthouse are very affordable. I will have to share this to all my girlfriends.
Nuttanee you are so right in saying that Milan is a fashion city. Sforza Castle and Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II are both amazing places. Thank you for sharing with your girlfriends 🙂
Thank you so much for this in depth presentation of hotels in Milan.
I was familiar with the fact that Milan is a very fashionable city then the places to stay make it even more compelling as a destination for tourism.
What is the best season to visit the city ?
I could not help but check out the other worldwide locations you have on your site.
I had to bookmark it for detailed analysis later on.
I appreciate your due diligence in researching and providing this very helpful information.
I greatly appreciate it.
Hello Moi MOI and thank you for the comments. Milan fashion week occurs in mid February and is a great time to visit. Summertime is always a good time too. And if you like fall colors they go very well also.
I visit Milan often, since they have a lot of good concerts throughout the year – not to mention shopping possibilities 😉 So I appreciate your post about hotels in Milan. Unfortunately, there are some of the suggestions you mentioned that are out of my budget for the moment. But I will check out Hotel VIU as my next choice, especially because rooftop pool and a sauna center sound very inviting!
Katja you’re welcome and great choice in Hotel VIU
Milan, Italy. Wow what a beautiful city, the hotel within my price range Duomo dl Mllano, if you went with three other people, $83 a night, seems like a perfect price. I didn’t see a travel package for flights, just wondering about that. If and when I go to Milan, I will definitely check out Duomo dl Mllano Hotel, great price and great location. Very informative and great pecs of wonderful places to stay in Milan.
Thank you very much Bobbi and great choice in Duomo di Milano Hotel!
Hello there, thanks for sharing this awesome article as it very packed and I know it would be of great help to the public as it has been of help to me.i have been to Italy a few times and I must tell you its one of the best places to visit they have a lot of sites to see and most importantly they have one of the best accommodation schemes with comprises of a wide range of hotels, While i was there I stayed at the Hotel VIU Milan and I tell it was a great experience.
Feji thank you for sharing your Italy experience and glad to hear this has been a great help
My family and I will be some days in Milan. We’ll arrive at the Malpensa Airport and would like to visit sites such as Duomo di Milano and Galleria Vittorio Emanuele. So we have concluded that our best lodging option is Milhouse Suites Duomo Penthouse. We’ve also heard how good ice-creams are at Pavé, so we would like to stop there too.
Paolo thank you for the comments and great choices in Milhouse Suites Duomo Penthouse. Ice cream in Milan sounds wonderful!
I’d really love to take a tour of the city of Milan one day, I hear it’s a beautiful place and from the description on this post I bet it is absolutely stunning.
Definitely the San siro stadium is going to be one of the first places I visit because I am a fan of AC Milan.
Probably these hotels mentioned here should worth the hassle and every single dime.
Its good to know before hand where to get the best and affordable hotels.
I really appreciate this post.
Samikings as an AC Milan fan you owe it to yourself to visit Milan at least once!
Wow, I’m blown away! These places to stay in Italy are gorgeous. I might go to Italy for one of these years. I’m Italian, so I like to visit some distant relatives of mine who live there.
I can’t believe how nice these places are. Out of all the choices listed, my favorite one is the Skylan Milan Penthouse. I love the thought of seeing the unbelievable views of the sky. It would sure be an adventure and explore places I’ve never been to before.
If I go to Italy at some point, I’ll come back and review this list for future reference.
Thanks so much for sharing, I enjoyed reading this post!
Eric thanks for the comments. Skylan Milan Penthouse is a fine choice. Hope to see you back soon 🙂