June 20, 2017 for 3 nights for 2 adults.
The Gray in Milan, Italy
Milan is a city that puts fashion first - an attitude which The Gray takes to heart. Sleek and unabashedly stylish, this Sina Hotels affiliate caches its bold contemporary flair in a residential street between the historic Duomo and La Scala Opera House. Furthering this exclusive hideaway's elite ambiance, intimate guest rooms blend warm earthy colors with the feel of a designer showroom. As for Le Noir restaurant, it is the place to see and be seen.
Discover this dynamic destination with a climb to the top of the Duomo for magnificent rooftop views, or with fabulous shopping in the heart of the best fashion districts. When you are not boutique-hopping in the Brera neighborhood or sipping espresso between purchases, make sure not to miss out on Milan's rich artistic heritage. Visit the Galleria Vittorio Emanuele, Sant'Ambrogio Basilica, and the Convent of Santa Maria delle Grazie, home to one of the most famous frescoes in the world, such as Leonardo da Vinci's breathtaking Last Supper.
Location of The Gray
Nearest Airport: MIL
Amenities for The Gray
- General Information
- 21 Guest Rooms
- On-Site Amenities
- In-Room Amenities
- Air Conditioning
- Direct Dial Telephones
- DVD Players
- In-Room Safes
- Mini Bar
- Flat-Screen Televisions
- Whirlpool Bathtubs
- Radio & CD Players
- Historic Sites
- Culture & Arts
- Summer Getaways
Reviews for The Gray
I am staying at the Gray now. Arrived Sunday; no rooms because the computer was 'frozen'; came back after 2 hour lunch so we could wait another 10 mins for the keys to be programmed. Internet is at dial up speed (or none). Moved room once because of failed air conditioning (room steady at 26 degrees); came back just before midnight to another room stuck at 24 degrees. No turn down. No staff (maybe 3). Guys this is 600 euros in Milan in 2017. I think it's game over. Looking for a room at the mandarin for our second night. Thanks for ruining our day.
simon r - London, United Kingdom
We stayed 1 night on points across the way and 2 nights here as part of a La Scala package. We almost chose a different property based on some of the reviews here -- what a mistake that would have been! Lobby and rooms are small, but no different than any of the 3 properties we've stayed at around the Duomo. Location is obviously fantastic. Of the boutique hotels we've stayed in throughout Italy, room size was pretty much expected - small, but enough room to move around and laid out in a comfortable manner -- never felt cramped. The hotel itself has a very well appointed interior and the rooms have a very clean and appealing look to them. Service was solid. We had 2 nights of excellent sleep and loved using the room as a jumping off point between hopping on the metro at the Duomo, shopping the quadrilateral, and of course La Scala. No question that we would stay here again!
david123452016 - Baltimore, Maryland
Boutique hotel in downtown Milano. Only few rooms. Rooms not too big (bug eho needs a big room in Milan). Breakfast excellent: maybe not quantity but definitively quality. Staff from reception to concierge to breakfaststaff just amazing: they really give you the feeling you're their most important client. I know where I'll stay next time......
SwizerlandRoisindubh - Swizerland
We stayed at The Gray last weekend, and I really coulnd't ask for a better hotel! It wasn't our first time at Milan, but this time I wanted something near the city centre, and this hotel is literally two steps away from the Duomo!!! I was overwhealmed with the decoration of this hotel, super chic and minimal, I loved every single detail. The staff guys were so kind with us everytime we needed help, they recommended us restaurants, museums and even where to shop, basically they were like our touristic guides. Don't worry if you don't speak italian since they speak english, french, a bit of russian,and there is a spanish guy too! All of them very nice and helpfull. And the room was to die for, we have actually booked a classic room, but they asked us if we wanted to upgrade our room for an extra charge, so we gave it a try and went with them to see the room, and since the moment I entered the room I was shocked, it was literally a dream and with the view directly to the gallery!!! Can't wait to go back already, see you this summer !! Totally recommended
Carolina G - Medellin, Colombia
The rooms, at 12 sq.m (?) must be the smallest in Milan. Ridiculously small - even for one person. The hotel has a good location near Piazza Duomo. However, many better options nearby at the same price. The hotel charges EUR 36.00 for a simple breakfast - tea & croissant! When complaining they simply say this is what you must pay! I will for sure never return. If you have to stay here - at least avoid the breakfast! Typical clueless hotel!
peter778899 - St. Moritz, Switzerland