Milan, Italy

Portrait Milano

Timeless elegance in an historic building

Lavish interiors and quintessential Italian hospitality

In a city that’s famous for shopping, where better to stay than the Portrait Milano, situated in the heart of the fashion district and overlooking the fashionable Piazza del Quadrilatero. The property itself is a 500 year old Archiepiscopal Seminary, meticulously renovated to capture the historical highlights of the building while maintaining a contemporary comfort inside. The decor throughout is traditionally Italian with lavish details in the use of luxurious fabrics and fabulous attention to detail.

The hotel boasts 72 lavish suites, family suites and rooms all decorated with an elegant style, in keeping with the rest of the hotel. Rooms are spacious and are equipped with all the modern amenities required for a comfortable stay. The hotel has two gourmet restaurants both within their own unique setting and with a bar area. For those who wish to stay active there’s a state of the art fitness centre and for relaxation and pampering after a long day or sightseeing, look no further than The Longevity Suite wellness area.


Two gourmet restaurants

Wellness area

Fitness suite

Easy access to Piazza del Quadrilatero

Excellent shopping nearby

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Grand Hotel Tremezzo

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Grand Hotel Tremezzo
Lake Como is all about style and elegance, and the iconic Grand Hotel Tremezzo with its impressive art nouveau façade, fits the brief perfectly. Sat on the western shores of the lake, the hotel looks out across the water to the pretty town of Bellagio and the dramatic Grigne mountains. Not to be outshone by its famous neighbour, Villa Carlotta, the hotel sits within beautifully landscaped gardens filled with rare and ancient magnolias, palm trees and flowers that explode in clouds of red, purple, pink and blue. Rooms come with large windows that look out over lake or gardens, and the views from the rooftop suites are hard to beat. It’s not just the scenery that’ll catch your eye, however, and there’s plenty to admire inside as well. The lounge is filled with brightly coloured furniture and features ornate silk hangings on the wall, while the billiards room is home to an original table from the 1800s. Guests can dine on seasonal Mediterranean cuisine in the restaurant where in the warmer months, food is served on the terrace. The trattoria and wine bar is perfect for more casual dining, offering the relaxed atmosphere of an ancient wine cellar with a touch of modern elegance. Relaxing here is easy; the hotel has a secluded outdoor pool in the gardens and its own man-made beach, located just in front of the water-on-water floating pool on the lake. The indoor infinity pool and spa look out over the water and offer luxurious Santa Maria Novella products and treatments. The hotel also has its own water limos for when you want to explore and discover the lake.