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SHH in Milan


Bvlgari Hotel Milano 

In the heart of Milan lies the uber luxurious Bvlgari Hotel Milano. Famed for its bold and contemporary style the hotel achieves a tranquil, spacious oasis overlooking a breath-taking secluded 4000sq ft garden. The Bvlgari hotel is a prime example of expert interior design.


Ceresio 7

Relax and recoup whilst taking in the astonishing Milan skyline at the stunning Ceresio 7. Reinventing traditional Italian classics with a contemporary twist to enjoy in a magnificent blend of marble, brass and wood – this is a culinary experience to treasure.


Mandarin Oriental

Occupying four 18th century buildings the groups Far Eastern heritage blends seamlessly with the mellow colours of an early 20th century Milanese residence. Whether sampling the Michelin star food, or taking a light meal in the leafy inner courtyard, make sure you remember to imbibe one of the award winning cocktails whilst you’re there.


Museo Bagatti

One of four historic house museums which make up the Milan Historic House Museums Network, the Bagatti is steeped in artistic history with Renaissance paintings dating as far back as the 14th Century. Originally a private home the residence itself is magnificent, and the collection is extensive comprising furniture, leather, tapestry, glassware and armour as well as the paintings.


Palazzo Serbelloni

Once the dwelling of Napoleon and Josephine, this neoclassical palace retains its original splendour. It hosts fashion shows, conferences, events and exhibitions these days but visit anytime and be sure to take in the famous library housing over 75,000 books with frescoes by Traballesi.


10 Corso Como

Founded by Carla Sozzani in 1990, 10 Corso Como has grown to house an eclectic melange of art, fashion, music, design, cuisine and culture. Brimming with young stylish visitors and buzzing with activity don’t miss the opportunity to pick up something special or simple soak up the ambience over a cappuccino.