Hotels in Italy

In the heart of Milan's high-fashion shopping quadrilateral, the Four Seasons is housed in a transformed 15th-century convent. 118 tastefully stylish rooms and three restaurants are framed by a beautiful cloistered courtyard.

Ideally located midway between the Duomo, the Galleria Emanuele Vittorio II, and the tony fashion stores of via Monte Napoleone, Hotel Straf offers chic luxury in a modern setting. Rooms are starkly minimal and boast the use of unconventional materials like bare cement and oxidized copper.

Located around the corner from The Duomo, The Gray boasts an Art Nouveau facade, behind which lies a stylishly modern interior. Various stylists designed the quirky details and no two of the 21 rooms are alike, though each boasts a jacuzzi in the large bathroom.

The grande dame of Milan's luxury hotels has long been a favorite of well-heeled international travelers. Rooms are decorated with old-world elegance integrated with modern technology.

An historic luxury hotel, The Westin offers maximum comfort with an emphasis on wellness.

Down a private side street between Milan's famous high-shopping quadrilateral, opera house La Scala, and the arty Brera district, The Bulgari is an oasis of tranquility amid the city's hubbub.

The spacious, light-filled guest rooms of Palazzo Parigi are available in two styles: contemporary Italian or classic French. All come with a private balcony or terrace, and are decorated in warm tones of ivory, beige, chestnut, and black, creating a relaxing, tasteful atmosphere.

Located in Milan's burgeoning Tortona Design District, the nhow Milano is housed in an old electric factory that was redesigned by Italian architect Matteo Thun in his signature colorful, modern style. Witty touches and eclectic, chic furnishings complement the vibrant palette.

Designed by famed Italian architect Aldo Rossi, the ME Milan – il Duca offers chic, contemporary style in a masterpiece of modern architecture. Enjoy the high-energy steakhouse STK, the spectacular panoramic views from the rooftop bar, and even your own personal Aura Manager.

Mere steps from famed opera house La Scala, the Mandarin Oriental combines Milanese design and Asian touches of luxury.

Positioned outside the center but convenient to the metro, the Grand Visconti Palace is a large, four-star hotel.

Opened in 1863, the Grand Hotel et de Milan preserves all the charm of an ancient Milanese "house," and has been managed by the Bertazzoni family for three generations.

Opened in mid-2015, the hotel offers clean and modern facilities without breaking the bank. Situated on a quiet side street away from Milan's hustle and bustle, it is nevertheless convenient to the city's shops and restaurants.

A bright and modern four-star hotel overlooking the Naviglio Grande, one of five canals that were used to transport goods to and from Milan, the Art Hotel Navigli is perfectly positioned to allow guests to enjoy the vibrant neighborhood, while also being convenient to public transportation for g

Elegance, comfort, and sophistication are hallmarks of Armani style, and all are reflected in the Italian designer's first hotel. Giorgio himself designed each element, and the result is a comforting, sensual atmosphere.