We list the best hotels, hostels, B&Bs and guesthouses in Milan as recommended by the most popular travel experts from CNN, Lonely Planet, Fodor’s, New York Times and more. All hotel recommendations have been referenced with customer reviews, and we only list hotels which have a review rating of at least 4 out of 5 stars.
Milan is the second-most populous city in Italy and the capital of the Lombardy region of Italy. The city is regarded as a leading alpha and a global city with great strength in the field of art, design, education, entertainment, healthcare, media, services and most importantly fashion. Milan is considered the fastest growing economy among the three largest cities in terms of GDP in Europe and also ranks as the wealthiest city among European non-capital cities. Milan is one of the Blue Banana cities in the world and also one of the “Four Motors for Europe”. All of this only shows one thing, Milan is an important city in Italy.
Famously dubbed the fashion capital of the world, the city has also been dubbed the world’s design capital. The city is host to several international events and fairs such as Milan Fashion Week and the Milan Furniture Fair which ranks as both the biggest fashion week and biggest fair in the world. Both events see the highest number of visitors, revenue, and growth.
Milan is the destination of over 8 million people per year making it one of the most visited cities in the world. People are attracted by its museums and galleries that have some of the most important and renowned collections in the world, including some of the major works of Leonardo da Vinci.
Through the recommended hotels listed below, you can easily find the best places to stay in Milan, Italy. If you like our list of B&B’s, hostels and hotels in Milan, then you should also check out our selection of recommended hotels in Rome or the best hotels in Venice.
“In a former perfume factory in Zona Tortona, the Magna Pars Suites Milano is a boutique hotel that opened in 2013 with 28 suites encircling a lush courtyard garden. Decorated with calming, neutral hues, the rooms also feature furnishings from local designers and paintings by artists from the Brera Academy.”
Featured in New York Times’ 36 Hours in Milan.
“Most signs of the landmark property’s sophisticated pedigree have been replaced by state-of-the-art luxuries, but one original feature that was preserved is the beautiful seven-story central staircase that now encircles a mesmerizing cascade of Murano-glass pendant lamps.”