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Aristocratic Spirit Of Palazzo Parigi Hotel & Grand Spa

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A lot of luxury hotels open all over the world, but there is one that I’d like to highlight. Palazzo Parigi Hotel & Grand Spa is a pretty new hotel in Milan, Italy, but what makes it special is that it still has history, traditions of hospitality, and aristocratic spirit of Italy during the neoclassical period in 19th century.

New Palazzo Parigi Hotel & Grand Spa In Milan


A luxury hotel Palazzo Parigi Hotel & Grand Spa was opened in downtown Milan not so long ago. It is located not far from La Scala and the Academy of Fine Arts. A five-star hotel took over an old mansion in the historic Brera area and was designed by a famous Italian architect Paola Giambelli.

What Palazzo Parigi Hotel & Grand Spa can be really proud if is its amazing panoramic windows and countless balconies and terraces with beautiful views of the city and an old garden in the center of Milan.

The interior of the hotel was created by French designer Pierre-Yves Rochon. He has combined the aristocratic classics and refined mannerism in the design of the rooms and public spaces of the hotel. Literally the whole house is covered with light marble and there are lots of traditional neoclassical paintings hanging on the walls.


The rooms are furnished in light beige colors, exquisite and luxurious as the hotel itself. The hotel has 98 rooms, 33 of which are big and spacious suites. The Royal Suite is the most luxurious one, it is located on the 9th and 10th floors, and its terrace opens an incredible view on the downtown Milan.

Enjoy a dinner in  “Cracco A Pallazzo” restaurant on the first floor, famous chef Carlo Cracco runs it and serves traditional Italian dishes and wines. Or you can have a cup of coffee in the “Roof Garden Terrace” which is located on the 10th floor. It has a pool and opens up amazing views of the Milan Cathedral.


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