Located in the north of Italy, in the center of the plain of Po, Milan is the capital of the Lombardy region. As the seat of the Italian stock exchange and numerous multinational companies, it is considered to be the financial capital of Italy as well as an important international nerve center for high fashion. The greatest names in fashion design have set up shop in the Quadrilatero d’Oro, and like Paris and New York, Fashion Week in Milan is truly grandiose. This modern and dynamic metropolis possesses, like London, some atypical quarters like Isola, the Milanese equivalent of Soho with its design studios and trendy bars, and working class neighborhoods such as Navigli. Although Milan’s reputation is based on its business acumen, the city also has a rich and intense cultural life including La Scala, where most great Italian operas were first performed, the church and convent of Santa Maria delle Grazie where one can see Leonardo da Vinci’s Last Supper, and one of the world’s largest cathedrals and symbol of the city the Duomo (Dome). It took three centuries to build this combination of Gothic, neoclassical and neogothic architecture whose spire rises to the gilded and copper statue of the Madonna at a height of 108 meters. Between the Duomo and La Scala, the Galleria Vittorio Emmanuel is one of the most chic spots in the city. This popular spot for walking, with its splendid glass and steel cupola and its neoclassical arcades is home to some of the city’s most prestigious boutiques and restaurants. Nicknamed the Salon of Milan, the gallery, like the city, is business oriented, luxurious and elegant.
The Seven Stars Galleria Milano, inside the prestigious Galleria Vittorio Emmanuel, is a town house for ultra-privileged visitors. It’s one of the rare establishments in the world with a seven star rating, assuring guests of unparalleled service and luxury. The hotel is blatantly luxurious but with great attention to detail. It possesses the most excellent installations and provides guests with irreproachable service. For Alessandro Rosso, owner of the Town House group, the Seven Stars Galleria Milano is “more than a hotel. It represents the art of city living.” It begins at the airport, where a chauffeured Bentley is there to pick you up and carry your baggage. Guests are asked to declare their preferences in the way of bedding, sheets and pillows before a majordomo is assigned to you who will satisfy all of your demands throughout your stay at the hotel.
Designed by the well-known architect, Ettore Mocchetti, the seven suites, located on the building’s most elegant floor, are each dedicated to a famous Italian musician. Mocchetti successfully combined the décor of this 1865 building with the elegance of Italian design. Taupe or ecru walls, curtains of precious silk, oak parquet floors, black wooden furniture, sumptuous Chesterfield style armchairs in vividly colored velvet, as well as the latest in modern technology are all a part of the sumptuous Galleria. There is no spa here, but each bathroom has golden taps and a spa bathtub. The same chic, design atmosphere of the suites exists in the salon-restaurant as well. Reserved exclusively for guests of the hotel, the Sinfonia offers a gastronomic menu, which changes every day, and the finest wines in Italy, to be enjoyed while contemplating the magnificent 19th century dome.
The Galleria contains one of the first cafés in Milan to be equipped with electric lighting, the highly sophisticated Savini.
Seven stars / Victor Emmanuel II Gallery / Charm / Historical atmosphere / Modern design / Aesthetic / Gourmet restaurant / In-room dining / Lounge / Butler service / Babysitting service
Open all year
11 rooms and suites
Double occupancy from 440 euros
Milan-Malpensa Airport (MXP) - Varese
SEVEN STARS GALLERIA
Via Silvio Pellico 8
Approximately 2 hours
No time difference
Continental climate inland with high temperatures, although fairly low in winter
Mediterranean climate on the coasts
National ID card or valid passport
No visa required
No vaccinations required
The euro (EUR)
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