Bulgari Hotel

The Ferrari and Lamborghini in the car park set the standards of a truly exotic hotel in Milan. The Bulgari Hotel does not fail to disappoint when it comes to style and luxury. Fashionable interiors showcase contemporary Italian furniture, black marble and floor-to-ceiling windows.

The hotel bar is one of the best of its kind in Milan and attracts loads of guests who come here to make the most of the stunning aperitivi. Situated in a 4,800 square yard leafy private garden in Brera, Milan’s artists’ hub, the hotel enjoys a stunningly central location.

Said garden hosts the laurels, horse chestnuts, plane trees and wisteria. The overall look is quite breathtaking. Also, closeby is the Pinacoteca di Brera, which hosts a vast collection of Italian paintings and portaits. Interiors are quite chic and fashionable.

The decor adds a very versatile look to the whole place with stylish black marble and granite, bronze, teak and oak fittings, and Italian furniture. Tall windows make sure there is always lots of light and the mirrored window-panes in the restaurant area look out over the garden. The overall look is a fantastic boutique that would be loved by all sorts of guests.

I observed the support of be benevolent and especially mindful. The appealing greenery enclosure, accepted to date as far back as the 1300s, is one of the inn’s primary draws. The spa has a 12-meter gold mosaic swimming pool and glass-fronted hammam with stone seating. Dark and natural tones win in the rooms.

Dyed oak weds well with the pale tones of the textures and cream-hued cloth backdrop. Restrooms, outfitted with Bulgari toiletries, highlight dark rock tubs. Suites have a determination of workmanship and configuration books. For bookings and reservations, give us a call or leave an email with all the details.

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