Simone Micheli brings avant-garde elements to the Barcelo Hotel Milan

Barceló Hotels & Resorts launched Barceló Milan, designed by architect Simone Micheli. Located on Via Stephenson, near the Rho-Fiera and Fiera Milano City trade fair facilities and close to the future site of Expo 2015, the property incorporates the principal elements of avant-garde lifestyle, particularly creative design, high technology and natural materials.

The hotel has 21 over ground floors. The first three are a hallway, meeting room and wellness area. Then there are the floors for rooms plus a roof garden. There are also three underground floors and parking.

The interior design of the property includes ergonomic spaces, with a variety of colors and flexible areas.

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There are 280 rooms with free Wi-Fi connectivity. The rooms include 24 suite apartments, 32 deluxe rooms, 210 superior, and 14 standard rooms.

For events, there is a business center with multifunctional spaces that are adaptable to suit all types of meetings, events or banquets, with capacity to hold up to 380 people. In total, there are six conference rooms of varying sizes, multifunctional to suit every requirement with small to large seating facilities.

Barceló Milan’s 6,458-square-foot spa has a heated indoor swimming pool with hydromassage, Jacuzzi, Turkish bath, beauty treatment rooms and a gym.

For dining, the property has two restaurants and the Lounge Bar. 

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