The Grandiose and Charm of Iconic Italian Stay-ins is Enough to Strike You First
The splendorous experience of the getaway accompanied us to Milan where I spent my last night in Italy amid the award-winning dining, luxurious leisure and spa facilities, as well as the signature Armani hospitality in Armani Hotel Milano, located amidst the hustle and bustle of the fashion and cultural capital of the Italian peninsula. Understated elegance, uncompromising attention to detail, and stunning views; meeting the world-class services and unmatched culinary offerings completely ensured us an unforgettable and lifetime experience of the urban retreat.
From the moment we entered this hotel, the experience was as if we had entered the ‘the World of Armani’ – elegant, sophisticated and exclusive. A boutique hotel of 95 guestrooms and suites encompasses every design detail throughout the hotel ensuring the guest has a private and relaxing stay. It provided the ‘home from home’ experience where the luxurious service is tailored to suit the specific needs of every individual guest. The hotel offered a casual space for all guests to enjoy a light lunch or a typical Milanese aperitivo. Armani/Bamboo bar, much like the hotel in general, has a family-friendly environment. What’s more amazing was the incredible rooftop Armani’s relaxation pool offering stunning views across the mediaeval city. The library-themed lobby lounge, inside the hotel designed personally by Georgio Armani, is another nice spot to sip an aperitif and peruse one of the many art or opera books.
The library-themed lobby lounge, inside the hotel designed personally by Georgio Armani, is another nice spot to sip an aperitif and peruse one of the many art or opera books.
From old-fashioned family-run pensione in historic city centres to elegant lakeside resorts, it’s an ardent validation that a luxurious vacation in Italy is an obvious equivalent of experiencing the infectious passions, exquisite brands, winning charm as well as everything that goes off without a hitch. And if you too want to distil the Italian verve for dolce vita hospitality, as the travel industry reopens following COVID-19 shutdowns, you should definitely consider this beautiful country along the Mediterranean.
Well, there’s never really a bad time to visit Italy. In fact, the country has special highlights year-round, like summers beach scene, mild winters and blossoming springs. But autumn is one of the best times to explore this treasure as you’ll encounter fewer tourists while admiring the foliage change, enjoying the local wines and food harvest festival.
But autumn is one of the best times to explore this treasure as you’ll encounter fewer tourists while admiring the foliage change, enjoying the local wines and food harvest festival.