Best hotels in Milan, Italy

Here you'll find a list of the best hotels in Milan which have been recommended by critics from The New York Times, The Guardian, Lonely Planet and many more. All hotel recommendations are referenced with customer reviews from several booking platforms and all listed hotels have a rating of at least 4 out of 5 stars.

4.6 Palazzo Parigi Milan

Palazzo Parigi Hotel & Grand Spa, Milan

New York Times

“Near the chic Brera neighborhood, Palazzo Parigi is an opulent hotel with 98 luxurious rooms.”

Featured in New York Times’ 36 Hours in Milan.

4.7 Attelani Apartments

Attelani Apartments, Milan

Lonely Planet

“Now you can bed down in the 15th-century palace where Leonardo lodged whilst he painted The Last Supper. Enjoy Portaluppi-inspired modernist design, parquet floors and slick contemporary kitchens, as well as unique views over Santa Maria delle Grazie.”

4.6 Maison Borella Milan

Maison Borella, Milan

Lonely Planet

“With geranium-clad balconies overhanging the Naviglio Grande and striking period decor, this canalside hotel offers a touch of class in a dedicated bohemian neighbourhood.”

4.6 Excelsior Gallia Milan

Excelsior Hotel Gallia, Milan

New York Times

“Most signs of the landmark property’s sophisticated pedigree have been replaced by state-of-the-art luxuries, but one original feature that was preserved is the beautiful seven-story central staircase that now encircles a mesmerizing cascade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.”

4.3 LaGare Hotel Milan

LaGare Hotel, Milan

New York Times

“The rarefied design crowd has many four- and five-star options, but for anyone in Milan on business, fashion or otherwise, LaGare Milano offers good value, easy-in and easy-out convenience and compelling terrace views.”

4.6 Magna Pars Milan

Magna Pars Suites Hotel, Milan

New York Times

“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.