January 2, 2018 for 3 nights for 2 adults.
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Armani Hotel Milano in Milan, Italy
Giorgio Armani is said to have personally designed or approved every detail of his namesake hotel, from the sculptural furniture to the leather-lined walls. A new addition to the Fashion District, Armani Hotel Milano reflects the designer’s aesthetic with minimalistic style and a punch of splendor around every corner. Glimpse the Duomo while sipping champagne in the spa’s VIP couples’ treatment room (and stay for a stint in the Finnish shower, steam bath and ice cascade). The restaurant also showcases the city, with floor-to-ceiling windows for inspiration.
Survey the city while sipping a cup of espresso on the rooftop. Join a personal shopper for a bespoke experience at the Giorgio Armani boutique in Via Montenanapoleone. Try your selections in the comfort of your room, where a tailor will make them to your measurements. Order a five-course tasting menu that features braised seabass with purple potatoes and guinea fowl-stuffed ravioli. Bypass the lines at Privé and toast the day with a glass of Dom Pérignon.
Location of Armani Hotel Milano
Nearest Airport: MXP
Reviews for Armani Hotel Milano
We had an amazing stay at the armani hotel in Milano, a real nice experience during our short italian trip. Milan is a truely fashion jewel and Armani is still the best in the city ....We will be back!
mark1971a - Aspen, Colorado
Stayed for 3 nights, welcomed by friendly staff. Very safe place to stay. Room had a duplex view which was an added luxury. Bathroom as so big you could live in comfortably. Overall an exceptional hotel.
What can I say? One might think this is an amazing, gorgeous, stylish hotel from the King of Milan (as Armani is known by the locals), but alas, we were a little bit (or maybe a lot) disappointed with the establishment. 1. Location â€“ great. But I can imagine some people complaining (and indeed they are) that it is a bit far from the city centre â€“ you have to take a taxi or underground (which we did). 2. Building â€“ very modern. But a bit strange to have reception on one of the top floors, and then your guests have to take two different elevators from reception to the room and then outside. 3. The rooms itself â€“ super tech, space quality, controlled by an iPad. TV magically disappears away when you turn it off. I could imagine some people would find it amusing. We were happy with one button which would turn every light off. Otherwise â€“ great, but moving onâ€¦ 4. The bathroom â€“ great heated floors, alas, the water was not so heated, and then it suddenly was scalding hot, and then it was lukewarm again. You get the drift. I noticed a number of people are complaining about this. So beware! You will get two bottles of shower gel/shampoo (yes, all in one, this kind of stuff) and 1 sachet (I kid you not!) of hair conditioner. One sachet yeah, so good luck trying to rip it open when you are showering (wet hands, scalding water etc.). 5. The SPA â€“ tiny! Saunas are â€śprivateâ€ť and can only accommodate 2 people at a time â€“ if I am not mistaken there are 3 of them. Swimming pool â€“ it is actually a Jacuzzi. You cannot swim there. About 10-12 spaces to lay dawn. NOT ENOUGH! 6. The breakfast â€“ for 50 Euro a head â€“ wowâ€¦ I had better breakfasts in 4 star hotels. Omelette was lovely though. 7. Personnel â€“ fantastic! All friendly and eager to help, except fro one grumpy lady at the breakfast restaurant who saw us trying to get her attention and just moved on, saying somebody would come to get our coffees order (with an attitude like it was below her!). BUT OTHERWISE I PRAISE THE PERSONNEL â€“ NICE, HELPFUL, FRIENDLY. A real asset of the hotel! Curious observation: there is a list in the room with prices from glasses to towels should you wish to take one or two home as a souvenir. The prices start at Euro 60. For a simple glass glass! I wonder how much money they make from this line of business. Will we recommend this hotel â€“ most probably not.
Oliko - London, United Kingdom
If you like well designed hotels with extreme attention to details then definitely Armani Hotel is a must on your next visit to Milano. The rooms are not only comfortable but the decor stands out from most other hotels I've been to. The attention to every little aspect, from check-in to the hallways to the front desk to the toiletries to the disguised doors - inside and out, has made me a very happy customer.
juanito68 - San Diego
My wife stayed at this hotel in October, as part of an anniversary trip. The hotel is very centrally located. It's close to the central train station, 5-10 minute walk to the Duomo and surrounded by many high-end and boutique shops and restaurants. The hotel itself is beautiful, modern, minimal and elegant at the same time. The staff was very friendly and helpful on making dinner reservations or area recommendations. We didn't get a chance to visit the restaurant, but had drinks and food in the room. Room service was excellent, very quick service and the food was still fresh when we received it. The room was a unique experience. They are super-modern, basically everything is controlled via in-room ipad. We found the ipad system to work great, very easy to use and had a great variety.
Yohon2 - Jersey City, New Jersey