Right in the heart of Milan’s fashionable Via Tortona, the nhow Milano hotel is an artistic, cosmopolitan home-from-home, great for exploring all the Design District has to offer. The iconic building was designed by Matteo Thun and was formerly the home of General Electric. Close to the Navigli area, with its lively bars and restaurants there is plenty to entertain in the near vicinity.
The 246 rooms and suites are intimate and individual. You’ll find eclectic furniture (some designed especially for the hotel), a vibrant colour palette and lots of special touches, like open plan jacuzzis in some suites or even double showers. The restaurant is a light, relaxing space, decorated in rich cream-and-biscuit hues. At breakfast, tuck into the rich buffet stacked high with fresh fruit, pastries and breads, cold cuts and delicious cheeses, as well as great coffee and tea. And for dinner, creative Chef Luca puts his own twist on traditional Italian cuisine. In the lounge bar, designed by Karim Rashid, you can sip a cocktail surrounded by modernist elegance. Or on your way through the lobby spend some time browsing the regular art exhibitions.
On the first floor, you’ll find a split-level terrace decorated with palm trees. In the summer months, it’s peppered with brightly-colored garden furniture, making it a lovely spot to soak up the sun.