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5 Fashion Week Approved Hotels in Milan

During fashion weeks it’s quite essential to choose the right hotel. You need as much sleep as possible to stay focussed. Also, it’s your home for a few days, maybe even longer, so it better be well-located, comfy and clean. We don’t like to spend that much on hotel rooms since there are other expenses during fashion weeks (a.k.a. shopping). However, we’re not sleeping in a bunk bed in a hostel either (been there, done that). Here’s our list of fashion week approved hotels in Milan with a price tag that won’t make you faint (or at least we hope so).

Hotel Viu

A hotel built with environmental friendly materials and all rooms are decorated by the awarded designer Nicola Gallizia. On top of that there’s a spa, a gym and a Michellin-star chef cooking in the hotel’s restaurant. Prices for a superior double room start at €250 for one night.

Address: Via Aristotile Fioravanti, 6 – 20154 Milano

Website: hotelviumilan.com

Hotel Viu Milan

Magna Pars Suites

The Magna Pars hotel used to be a perfume factory and it still excites its visitor’s sense of smell. Perfume-infused rooms, olfactory menus and scented cocktails are all part of the stay. Moreover, this five star hotel offers ultra modern rooms in a quiet environment, there’s a gym and a Turkish bath. Prices for a junior suite start at €260 per night.

Address: via Forcella, 6 / 8 – 20144 Milano

Website: magnapars-suitesmilano.it

Magna Pars Suites Milano

Sina The Gray

Located 100 meters from the beautiful Duomo, you can’t be closer to the city center. Also, the hotel’s view includes the Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II. There are worse views in the world if you ask us. Its rooms are a bit cheesy but in a classy way. Think zebra prints, brown tones, flashy details and led lights. In case you want to relax, it’s best to sleep or go for a walk since there’s no on site gym or spa unless you have a Turkish bath in your room. Prices start at €270 for a double room per night.

Address: Via San Raffaele, 6 – 20121 Milano

Website: sinahotels.com

Sina The Gray Milano

Room Mate Giulia Hotel

This boutique hotel is the place to be if you like color blocking, pastel shades, eclecticism and vintage details. Honestly, the interior just brightens your day. Everything is designed by Patricia Urquiola and inspired by Milanese homes from the sixties. There’s a gym, a sauna and breakfast until noon. What more do you want? Prices start at €230 per room, per night.

Address: Via Silvio Pellico, 4 – 20121 Milano

Website: room-matehotels.com

Room Mate Hotel Milano

Nhow Hotel

A hotel, gallery and meeting point in one is what defines the Nhow hotel. It’s located in the Via Tortona, which used to be an industrial neighborhood. But independent photography, fashion and design studios took over, which makes it an interesting area to discover. Interior wise, the Nhow hotel mixes old industrial elements with modern design. There’s a gym, hammam and a 24-hour concierge service available via Whatsapp. Prices for a double room start at €150 per night.

Address: Via Tortona, 35 – 20144 Milano

Website: nhow-milan.com

nhow hotel Milan
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