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5 Chic Hotels in Milan For The Fashion-Obsessed Woman

When you think of stylish cities, it’s impossible to forget Milan—the mecca of designers and editors around the world.

If you’re visiting the city soon (whether for fashion week or to complete your fashion pilgrimage), here’s a list of Instagram-worthy hotels apt for the stylish woman in you.

1. Room Mate Giulia

What to love: This chic 85-bedroom boutique was designed by Spanish architect and designer Patricia Urquiola. Located in a historical building built in the late 19th century, the Room Mate Giulia flawlessly merges modern and vintage.

Address: Via Silvio Pellico 4, 20121, Milano



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2. Bulgari Hotel

What to love: This luxury hotel is a perfect getaway for people looking for serenity. Found in a renovated 18th century palazzo in the heart of the city, one can enjoy an afternoon drink in their tranquil private garden, or soak in a hot tub while taking in the view.

Address: Via Privata Fratelli Gabba, 7b, 20121, Milano


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3. The Yard Milano

What to love: Escape Milan’s busy streets and step into this cozy, old-fashioned club. This family-owned boutique has a collection of vintage sports paraphernalia— all stylishly stuffed together in one place—and a lounge called the Doping Club, where you can have a drink prepared by topnotch bartenders. Grab a slice of gourmet pizza while you’re at it.

Address: Piazza Ventiquattro Maggio 8, 20123, Milano


4. Santa Marta Suites

What to love: This beautifully restored heritage building stands on an old cobblestone street—a peaceful oasis in the center of Milan. Sink into their restored antique furniture, and absorb views of the historic city from the top-floor terrace.

Address: Via Santa Marta, 4, 20123 Milano



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5. Chateau Monfort

What to love: Elegant and whimsical, the Chateau Monfort was designed by Milanese architect Paolo Mezzanotte in 1903. The chateau is meticulously decorated with pretty ombre colors, butterflies, and floral patterns, reminiscent of the dainty jewel boxes our grandmothers gave us when we were young. Double tap-worthy photos aside, this hotel is also known for its top notch culinary experience.

Address: Corso Concordia, 1, 20129 Milano