Grand Hotel et de Milan
Operatic Grandeur and Unmatched Heritage
- 73 rooms
- 22 suites
- Two restaurants
- Fitness room
Perhaps the most renowned hotel in Milan, the neo gothic Grand has attracted notable guests since its opening in 1863. Today, still family owned, it celebrates its pedigree without a hint of stuffiness and retains its rarefied atmosphere without ostentation. It’s location in the heart of the historic city, close to the La Scala opera house, is as sort after as ever.
The 73 rooms are a contemporary and elegant embellishment on the past. However the Grand’s 22 suites are the real highlights.
Each named after legendary guests, such as tenor Enrico Caruso, artist Tamara de Lempicka, theatre director Luchino Visconti and soprano Maria Callas, with interiors characterised by a selection of objects, photos and documents from their time here. The premier accommodation is the exquisite Verdi Suite, the apartment in which the composer lived and work.
The Caruso restaurant and bar offers modern takes on traditional Milanese dishes in a setting that fittingly makes the most of exposed elements of the building’s original structure twinned with contemporary flourishes. The Don Carlos restaurant pays further homage to Verdi in a far more established manner, perfect for post opera dinners under the light of its antique silver chandeliers.