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Hotel Principe di Savoia

An airy oasis amongst the urban landscape. Classic glamour bathed in cutting-edge refinement. Modern luxury woven through traditional Milanese design

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VIP Amenity

Suite Access™ guests will receive a hotel credit equal to 100 units of local currency for each night booked; minimum of two-night stay required. Complimentary breakfast is offered for two persons, per suite bedroom, per night.

Property Credit

100 units per night

The Property

Dominating Milan’s Piazza della Repubblica, this spectacular landmark building has been the natural home for international travelers and cosmopolitan society since the 1920s. The grand dame hotel showcases a winning combination of Old World luxury and the latest technology, with the city’s famous world-class designer shopping nearby. The elegantly furnished rooms and signature hotel suites offer an unforgettable stay and the Presidential Suite, located on the top floor, has its own private swimming pool. Next to the Presidential Suite is Club 10 Fitness and Beauty Center. Relax with a swim, sauna, steam, luxurious spa treatment, or simply take a seat on the roof terrace for views over the city. Indulge in the finest classic Italian cuisine and a diverse wine list at our elegant Acanto Restaurant overlooking the hotel’s tranquil Italian garden. For a memorable afternoon tea, while away a leisurely afternoon at Il Salotto. Celebrated architect and interior designer Thierry Despont has designed an incredibly opulent bar mixing original features with contemporary touches, making The Principe Bar one of Milan’s most popular bars, especially during Milan Fashion Week.

The Location

Piazza della Repubblica, 17, 20124 Milano MI, Italy

Destination Tip

Corso Como is only a five-minute walk from the hotel and has a host of bars, restaurants and clubs. Alternatively, the charming Brera district is renowned for its antique shops, art galleries and its vibrant nightlife. The Navigli area, to the south of Milan, is dominated by two canals and is where you will find many of Milan’s most popular aperitivo bars and nightclubs.

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