Palazzo Parigi Hotel Grand Spa
A landmark with new polish
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What it is
A fusion of French and Italian styles in the city of high fashion.
What it isn't
Purely contemporary—the hotel may have opened in 2013, but the antiques and beautifully restored stucco within are centuries old.
What we think
Architect Paola Giambelli joined forces with renowned French interior designer Pierre-Yves Rochon to inject a zesty new joie de vivre into the 16th-Century Palazzo Cramer XVII. The result—all polished Carrara marble, varnished walnut and sweeping staircases—is a must-see. Guests can choose between two styles of room: more contemporary “Milan,” with Murano fixtures, marble fireplaces and a pale palette, or classic “French,” featuring floral carpets, regal armchairs and Old World chandeliers. All of them are flooded with natural light and have balconies overlooking the city or the property’s gardens. The Palazzo Parigi partners with the nearby Teatro Alla Scala to offer guests preferred seating for opera and other performances.
You're here because
You want a hotel worthy of showing off your glamorous wardrobe—but you also don’t mind it stealing your thunder.
You return from shopping to men and women wearing crisp suits and sleek dresses, eddying around an atrium of white, spiral-veined marble pillars. A crystal chandelier illuminates the fashionable glow. Maybe just one trip to the Galleria before dinner?
Restaraunts & Bars
Gastronomic Restaurant - Traditional Italian cuisine
Caffè Parigi - Wines from the cellar, or a cocktail of choice. Ideal for breakfast and to sample special teas accompanied by small and larger delicacies daily prepared by the Maitre Patissier
Located on the Via Fatebenefratelli, Palazzo Parigi lies at the northern tip of Milan’s historical district, just outside the “Quadrilatero” (fashion district) and adjacent to the artistic district of Brera.