Milan’s Most Luxurious Hotel Suites

Indoor swimming pools, personal gyms, mind-blowing vistas—Milan’s got some stunning hotel suites that take this fashion-land to fantastical fairytale.

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For over-the-top extravagance: Presidential Suite, Principe di Savoia
Woody Allen, Lady Gaga, and Madonna are just a few of the choice celebs who’ve shelled out €17,000 a night for Principe di Savoia’s palatial suite fit for royalty.

With a wraparound terrace overlooking Piazza della Repubblica, this extraordinary 5400-square-foot Italian pad is decked in velvety galore from the Imperial-style furnishings to the emerald green walls.

There’s a kitchen complete with your own private chef, three bedrooms, five bathrooms, a sprawling wood-paneled living room with grand piano, formal dining room, and bar—all dressed in museum-worthy antiques…some with touches of gold.

But the piece de resistance is your own private swimming pool, sauna and Turkish bath set in a hand-painted and mosaic tiled lounge with chaises ideal for Cleopatra-style grape feeding.

PalazzoParigiHotelFor sheer beauty: Presidential Suite, Palazzo Parigi
Gleaming floor-to-ceiling in elegant white marble, this once 16th century palace—impeccably revamped by architect Paola Giambelli—is arguably one of the most beautiful hotels in the world. And its €14,500 per night suite only ups the glamour factor.

You get original 18th and 19th-century masterpieces, a custom-designed kitchen, walls decked in authentic Venetian plaster, dining for eight, a hammam steam bath clad in marble and mosaics, and your own private butler. And if your heart desires, an entire personal gym.

It also comes with coveted panoramic cityscapes that presidents, ministers and celebs have enjoyed from the living room terrace…or while soaking in the giant whirlpool tub.

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For utter luxury: Imperial Suite, Park Hyatt Milan
At the Park Hyatt Milan, the Imperial Suite is dripping in luxury and mind-blowing views.

Highlights of this golden-hued Piazza del Duomo suite include a private bar, a dining room with ancient hand-made Venetian floors, and a marble-sheathed spa—big enough for hosting cocktail parties—complete with a whirlpool, massage bed, and private gym stocked with treadmill and weights. Not to mention unrivaled balcony views of the iconic cathedral.

Or for €4,500 a night, the hotel’s Duomo suite with a a gold-leaf-tiled jacuzzi and gasp-worthy vistas of the famed Galleria is a relative steal.



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