Furthermore Italy and Milan are known in particular for excellent wining and dining. One of the reasons why the Italian lifestyle is described as La Dolce Vita, a sweet kind of living.
Whenever you will visit Milan, the Enterprise Hotel Milan is absolutely the place to stay. In 2004 Business Traveller magazine voted the hotel for One of the Worlds Best Individual and Stylish Paces to Stay. By this we can conclude that not only tourists will feel more than welcom, businessmen and businesswomen will feel at as well.
The hotel is situated in a building that used to be a radio factory in the early fifties. Later a leader in fashion a famous Italian weekly magazine was accommodated in the building.
In 2002 the hotel turned into a spectacular and Trendy Design hotel. For sure, in a city where fashion plays such an important role, the designers took care of every single detail. All furniture and equipment were exclusively designed for the hotel. The architecture is overwhelming, in particular the splendid marble staircase and not to forget the high ceilings and windows both in the lobby as well in the restaurant.
In one word; the design of the hotel rooms is superb! A dark parquet floor combined with modern and stylish furniture. The spacious bathroom is tiled with mosaic in a rainbow pattern. Could we have expected something else as we are in Italy?
Before discovering the city, the wine cellar of the hotel is well worth visiting. Not only wine is served, one of the finest Italian salamis can be found here as well.
Apart from the Enterprise Hotel we can give you some suggestions for shopping when visiting the city centre:
All world famous fashion designers can be found on the Via della Spiga. The Via Brera offers various art galleries.
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