LaFavia Four Rooms

This tiny yet welcoming Boutique has a romantic setup and lots of personality. The complicated interior designing seems like a tasty combination of styles, where Art Deco kisses retro with a hint of ethnic and vintage Seventies.

LaFavia Four Rooms is situated in an 1880s building a few yards from Porta Garibaldi railway station. Milan’s ever-vibrant Brera district, the city’s main bohemian and artistic quarter, is also not too far away.

As the name suggests, the hotel has only four rooms. The sophisticated interior designing looks wonderful to the eyes and if this is your first visit to the historic city of Milan, I would highly recommend this hotel.

Trust me, you will not end up regretting your choice. The 1950s armchairs were made by Milanese architect Paolo Buffa, while the Art Deco table in the entrance hall is dates back to the 1930s.

The walls showcase original art from the owners’ international collection including a stunning painting of the 18th century Princess of Cimitile, ancestor of co-owner Fabio. This hotel is awesome, do try it when you land in Milan!

There is complimentary throughout the day natural tea and espresso and visitors are urged to leaf through a choice of craftsmanship, reasoning and photography books that proprietors Marco and Fabio have gathered throughout the years.

The verdant patio is home to wisteria, jasmine and blossoming azalea, and in addition a little vegetable garden with tomatoes, aubergines and courgettes.

The well disposed proprietors guarantee all visitors feel at home, and have a lot of recommendations about city sights and Milan’s energetic feasting scene. There are two bicycles for visitors’ utilization, as well. The four independently brightened rooms include a varied blend of furniture from mid twentieth century wicker seats to 1950s lights.

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