Enjoy luxury accommodation with this eco-friendly hotel with gym and private parking. This 4* Secret Hotel will ensure an unforgettable stay in one of Italy’s most stunning cities, Milan. The hotel lobby is ornately decorated with magnificent frescoes and features a striking fibreglass fountain for true Italian style in one of the world’s most fashionable metropolises. This stunning Secret Hotel is also insulated and fitted with back-lit glass sheets to reduce greenhouse emissions. Double en-suite rooms feature cable TV, air conditioning, a mini bar and a safe for all your valuables, whilst the hotel ensures maximum convenience with a car rental desk, night porter, laundry service and gym. Those on business can take advantage of the fully equipped business centre and meeting rooms.
In the local area
With a tube stop just 50 metres away this hotel is in the perfect location in which to explore all that Milan has to offer. Arrive at the city’s most iconic landmarks such as the Duomo, Milan’s imposing cathedral, by taking Metro Line A which will get you there in 8 stops. This iconic Gothic style cathedral took almost six centuries to build and is accessible to the public via steps leading to the roof, giving unrivalled views across the magnificent Milanese skyline.
Famed for its sophisticated Italian style and internationally renowned fashion weeks, shopaholics will enjoy the fact that the main shopping districts are a mere 20 minutes away. As well as being a commercial hub, the Piazzale Loreto is a major town square with a rich and varied history, most famously the setting of the fascist dictator Mussolini’s public execution. Catch a tram down the Corso Buenos Aires, arguably the most important shopping promenade in all of Milan with the highest concentration of fashion stores in Europe. To really work your credit card head down the elegant Via Monte Napoleone, home to a host of luxury designer brands such as Gucci and Chanel.
This exclusive street also accommodates some of the oldest and most well established cafes and restaurants in the city, namely Café Cova, one of Italy’s oldest patisseries and coffeehouses. A former haunt of intellectuals, artists, politicians and journalists, the café still maintains its majestic atmosphere and is renowned for its selection of confectionery, cakes and traditional Milanese espresso. The streets surrounding the Duomo are also home to a wide variety of charming bistros and eateries, all offering mouth-watering Italian cuisine in the form of delicious pizzas and pastas served with some of the finest wines in all of Italy.