The Ferraris and Lamborghinis in the car park set the tone of this luxury Milan hotel. Stylish interiors feature contemporary Italian furniture, black marble and floor-to-ceiling windows. The hotel bar attracts Milan’s haut monde who come here to enjoy one of the city’s best aperitivi.
Situated within a tastefully renovated 18th century Milanese palazzo, the Bulgari Hotel Milan is a luxury hotel on a private street between Via Montenapoleone, Via della Spiga, La Scala and the Accademia di Brera. Set in the cultural and commercial heart of the city behind austere façades, the hotel offers unexpected courtyards and green space, including a 4,000-square-meter private garden, which is part of the adjacent Botanical Garden. Designed to offer a restorative oasis of serenity and relaxation, the hotel offers elegant accommodations, luxurious services including hydroplane trips around Lake Como, excursions to exclusive destinations in private planes or limousines, along with personal shoppers, and trainers.
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- City Location
- Fine Dining
- Fast Internet
- Pets Allowed
- Spa Facilities
- Fine Dining
- City Tours
Highlights & Reviews
- Set in a 4,800 square yard leafy private garden in Brera, Milan’s artists’ quarter, the hotel enjoys a wonderfully tranquil location. Said garden is home to laurels, horse chestnuts, plane trees and wisteria. Nearby is the Pinacoteca di Brera, which houses an extensive collection of Italian paintings.
- Interiors are stylish and contemporary with black marble and granite, bronze, teak and oak fittings, and Italian furniture. Floor-to-ceiling windows ensure plenty of light; mirrored window-panes in the restaurant area look out over the garden. Images of celebrities from Bulgari’s archives decorate the lobby area. Black and white are the order of the day in the hallways, with graphite-dyed oak and upholstered fabrics on the walls.
- Run by Neapolitan chef Roberto di Pinto, the restaurant serves Italian cuisine with an emphasis on fish dishes, with the likes of seabass carpaccio and langoustine risotto on the menu (the anchovy spaghetti with raisins and toasted pine nuts is particularly good). Meals can also be served at the more informal bar overlooking the garden. Bar food is available throughout the day. The à la carte breakfast includes freshly baked croissants, eggs with Iranian caviar, champagne and lobster. The bar is extremely popular among Milan’s jet set, especially for aperitivo.
Hotel AddressBulgari Hotel Milan
Via Privata Fratelli Gabba 7b