The elegant and luxurious Bulgari Hotel Milan can be found within a carefully restored 18th century Milanese Palazzo. The hotel is tucked away on a private street between the Accademia di Brera, La Scala, Via della Spiga, and Via Montenapoleone.
Guests are swept away by the gorgeous courtyards and lush green spaces at this hotel, as they do not expect to see those areas within a large city. The hotel’s four thousand square meter private garden is a favorite amongst guests, especially when they discover that it is part of the nearby Botanical Gardens.
The 52 guest rooms are spacious, and guests receive plenty of amenities and even extra services during their stay. Everyone can request a hydroplane trip around Lake Como or a more thrilling excursion that includes a private plane ride or limousine ride to exclusive destinations. Guests can also take advantage of personal shoppers and trainers at any time during their visit.
Guests will enjoy the Italian cuisine that is served at the on-site restaurant for dinner, although, those who do not want to wait can also find bar food available all day long. Everyone receives an a la carte breakfast in the morning, which is full of eggs, croissants, caviar, lobster, and champagne.
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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