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Hotels in Milan

Hotels in Milan 

Milan is arguably one of the most stylish cities in the world, and that style oozes from the old Lombardy architecture you’ll find when wandering round the city. Milan is drizzled with a handful of luxury hotels and spas, but you can also find great boutique hotels and budget hostels if you need to keep the costs down. With a population of over 1.3 million, the city is huge, and you’re sure to find somewhere that’s right up your street. 

Duomo & Milan City Centre

You’ll find the highest concentration of hotels in Milan’s city centre close to attractions like the Cathedral and Palazzo Reale, but they don’t come cheap. This is where you can find beautiful 5 star hotels built into old town houses, but if you go further south, you’ll find more affordable B&B’s and guesthouses, especially around the University. 

Montenapoleone, Brera & Cairoli Castello

You best have bought your holiday spends if you’re staying in Montenapoleone as the Armani and Missoni stores are here to greet you. If you tire of shopping, the Teatro la Scala will keep you entertained, whereas the Galleria Vittoria Emanuelle can keep you on your feet for hours. Once again, the hotels here are very pricey as this is still central Milan, but if you go further north (outside of Brera) you can find more budget options. You’re also within walking distance of the Castle and Parco Sempione from here.

Parco Sempione 

Parco Sempione is the largest green space in Milan, but the Castle and Art Gallery inside contain the real ‘wow factor’. The Pinacoteca contains the original work of Raphael, and to the south of the park you can see Leonardo’s ‘Last Supper’ in Santa Maria delle Grazie church. The hotels behind the park are much more affordable than those near Brera, and there are a number of apartments and independent hotels around Santa Maria Church too.

Ticinese & the Canal District

The Canal Quarter is a refreshing alternative to the upmarket stores in central Milan, hosting a flea market on the weekend and hiding away boutique stores around he lanes. You can still catch a tram to the city centre as Milan is so well connected, and the apartments and boutique hotels here are much more affordable too. There are also one or two hostels here for budget travellers. 

Garibaldi & North Milan

These are the best places to stay if you need to be close to the railway stations, or if you need to catch a bus to the airport. However, the Art Gallery, shops and public gardens stop the area from becoming a ‘transport hub’ – it’s still a charming place to stay.