Lombardy Hotels
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Chateau Monfort

Chateau Monfort Rating: 5.0 Pearls

The 77-room Chateau Monfort is a high-end five pearl property located just outside Milan's center. Elegant, whimsical rooms and public spaces are designed with a fairytale theme -- think blue ombre paint, shiny curtains, and a heavy hand with floral wall stencils. Bathrooms are large and airy with white fixtures and deep soaking tubs. A wine bar, lobby bar, and gourmet restaurant are convenient, and the on-site spa is a definite perk with a grotto-style swimming pool. If staying closer to the center of Milan is important, try comparing rates at UNA Maison Milano.
Lefay Resort And Spa Lago di Garda

Lefay Resort And Spa Lago di Garda Rating: 5.0 Pearls

The 93-room Lefay Resort and Spa Lago di Garda is an eco-friendly luxury hotel with spectacular views at every turn, three stylish and chic pools, and an underground cave-style spa. Rooms are spacious and stylish and come with balconies and large tubs. The remote location, on a winding road, may discourage guests from venturing out, especially in evenings. A hotel closer to the lakefront, but with fewer deluxe amenities, is Villa Giuli.
Boscolo Milano

Boscolo Milano Rating: 5.0 Pearls

Boscolo Milano is truly a one-of-a-kind luxury design hotel under the management of Marriott, with one of the most fashionable addresses in Milan. Previously a bank, the property was transformed into a design hotel in 2009 by the same architect who renovated the Musée d’Orsay in Paris. In-the-know locals and sophisticated international travelers (families may not be comfortable here) book design-forward rooms, some of which have views of the Duomo from private balconies. A rooftop terrace, champagnerie (is that even a word in English?), and luxe spa are just a few of the features on offer. Breakfast, bike rentals, and Wi-Fi are free. Oh, and if you don't travel without your pup -- he or she is welcome here, free of charge. Compare rates at the nearby five-pearl Bulgari Milano if you prefer a bit more seclusion and the same level of luxury.
Hotel Principe Di Savoia

Hotel Principe Di Savoia Rating: 5.0 Pearls

Since the 1920s, the Principe Di Savoia has held an undisputed position as Milan's top luxury hotel. But global chains like the Four Seasons and the Park Hyatt have moved in on this grande dame's territory, offering a similar level of swank in a more central area of the city. Despite the competition, the five-star Principe still attracts its share of aristocracy and corporate bigwigs, for good reason. The classic decor features sumptuous fabrics and sophisticated color schemes, the indoor pool is attractive and large, and the Principe Bar is one of the city's top spots for a business meeting or after-work cocktail.
Grand Hotel Villa Serbelloni

Grand Hotel Villa Serbelloni Rating: 5.0 Pearls

Grand Hotel Villa Serbelloni is a 95-room, crème de la crème hotel situated on the banks of Lake Como, featuring five-star amenities, ornate decor, and panoramic vistas of the water and mountains. From the grand, three-story exterior with lakeside pool and dock to the neoclassical interior with its raved-about restaurants and spa, this hotel is a showstopper. Rooms have ornate detail and antique style, but some fabrics look a bit dated.
Bulgari Milano

Bulgari Milano Rating: 5.0 Pearls

The super luxurious Bulgari Milano is one of the best places to see and be seen in the fashion scene of Milan, with a price tag to match. An 18th-century renovated mansion on 4,000 square meters of private gardens, the 58-room property is within walking distance of shopping venues like Prada and Gucci yet still manages to feel secluded. Bulgari Milano is loaded with every conceivable amenity, from a world renowned spa to a sleek bar and gourmet restaurant. There are some complaints that rooms are too small for the price and that the color scheme is gloomy.
CastaDiva Resort & Spa

CastaDiva Resort & Spa Rating: 5.0 Pearls

The 75-room CastaDiva Resort & Spa is a luxury property located in the quiet lakefront town of Blevio. In addition to an assortment of eating options, the resort features a full-service spa, indoor pool, floating outdoor pool, and a poolside bar. Rooms and suites are lavishly decorated with fine pieces of art and gilded furnishings, with panoramic views of Lake Como as well.
Four Seasons Hotel Milano

Four Seasons Hotel Milano Rating: 5.0 Pearls

Four Seasons Hotel Milano is a luxurious and upscale five-pearl property in the heart of fashionable Milan. The hotel, built inside a 15th-century convent, is updated with every modern amenity and situated on private garden grounds offering all the quiet of the countryside; nonetheless, the venue is still within short walking distance of chic shops and art galleries. Classically decorated rooms have marble bathrooms and pretty views, but in some cases the furniture and decor looks a little bland. The gorgeous spa and attractive indoor pool with historical brick ceilings are property highlights.
The Hub Hotel

The Hub Hotel Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The 162-room Hub Hotel is a stylish property catering to business travelers. The location isn't convenient to the airport or a metro line, though the hotel does provide a free on-demand shuttle system. There is a big indoor swimming pool with skylight, a spa, and European style restaurant with a pretty bar. Rooms are clean and modern, though some guests have noted that furniture is starting to look worn. Taxis into central Milan from the hotel can be quite expensive.


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