Palazzo Parigi Hotel & Grand Spa Milano

Bright elegance in the heart of Milan
Palazzo Parigi Hotel & Grand Spa Milano is one of the best examples of Milan’s fluid mix of tradition and style. Opened in 2013 as a large-scale boutique hotel, Palazzo Parigi is a fabulous stage for design created by architect and owner Paola Giambelli, who combined Parisian chic with Milan flair, aiming to herald the renaissance of a city that was originally known as Rome’s austere sister but is now the Italian darling of fashion, finance and gastronomy.

Located on Corso di Porta Nuova, an area rich in contemporary art galleries, boutiques and restaurants, the luxury hotel is within an easy 10- to 15-minute walk in any direction of the city’s must-visit destinations: the fashion Quadrangle, Via Monte Napoleone and  architectural timepiece Villa Necchi Campiglio, and the list goes on.
Our Inspector's Highlights
  • The hotel’s incredibly savvy group of concierges seems to have stepped right off the runway and out of the pages of Vogue Italia, and the team will make sure you have everything you need during your stay.
  • The dining venues are a triple threat with a lounge of rich leather and woods that would make JP Morgan swoon, a neoclassical dining room that often doubles as fashion magazine backdrop and a garden for cocktails and outdoor meals.
  • Palazzo Parigi’s 15,000-square-foot Grand Spa is a modern Bedouin palace, a blissfully airy therapeutic complex with themed treatment rooms, a hammam, a steam bath, a Finnish sauna, a panoramic relaxation room, a fitness area and a terrace.
  • An exclusive 18th-century private garden planted with secular trees provides a rare oasis of greenery and is the perfect setting to relax and enjoy a light lunch or drink away from the bustle of the city.
Things to Know
  • Request anything sixth floor and above if you prefer the inner courtyard view from your room.
  • The restaurant’s furnishings, with works of art ranging from the 17th to the 19th centuries, were inspired by the Italian neo-classical styles, with hand-painted ceilings and wood flooring.
The Rooms
  • The rooms and suites occupy seven of the 10 levels and are decorated in in modern Milan and Romantic Paris style, which means Italian touches like metal and dark wood and French flourishes accentuate the spaces.
  • The accommodations have small balconies with either inward courtyard or street-side downtown views, and the bathrooms are entirely marble with separate soaking tubs and showers.
  • Sparkling marble bathrooms include double vanities and separate showers and soaking tubs.
The Restaurants
  • The stylish Gourmet Restaurant offers seasonal and traditional Italian cuisine, providing more attention to the way food is prepared and served than its name.
  • You’ll find elevated Italian classics on the menu at Gourmet Restaurant. Think Milanese-style veal sweetbread, fresh tortellini pasta with sheep ricotta cheese, lobster panzanella and white chocolate mousse with crunchy pistachios.
  • Caffe Parigi, the hotel’s informal lounge, serves up a chic afternoon tea every day complete with Parisian-style pastries like macarons.
  • Light bites, craft cocktails and selections from the property’s robust wine list are available all day long in Caffee Parigi, the Milan hotel’s proclaimed “bistro lounge.”
Getting There
Corso di Porta Nuova 1, 20121 Milan, Italy
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