Armani Hotels & Resorts opens second property

The new Armani Hotel Milano has opened as the second hotel for the Armani Hotels & Resorts. Following the opening of the Armani Hotel Dubai, located in Burj Khalifa, the world’s tallest building, the Armani Hotel Milano marks the continued collaboration with Emaar Properties PJSC.

Built within a palazzo at Via Manzoni 31, originally designed by Enrico A. Griffini and completed in 1937, Armani Hotel Milano has 95 rooms and suites offering a variety of options: from Armani Deluxe Rooms (up to 485 square feet) to Armani Signature and Armani Presidential Suites, ranging from 1,800 to 2,100 square feet, on two levels. Each bathroom, structured for use by two people, features a shower enclosure in discreet one-way glass that allows a view out from inside the shower cubicle, but no view in the other way. The floors and walls are in Silk Georgette, a limestone from Asia.

All the public areas are concentrated on the seventh and eighth floors in the so-called glass “hat”, which affords a view of the city. Located on the seventh floor are the Armani/Ristorante, which offers traditional Italian cuisine, and the Armani/Lounge with the Armani/bamboo bar.

The eighth floor, covering an area of 13,000 square feet, is devoted to beauty and relaxation, with the Armani/SPA, which consists of six treatment rooms, a couple's suite, a fitness gym, and a pool.

Also available around the clock is the Armani/Business Center, with over 2,100 square feet of conference rooms.

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