What We Love
- The constantly-changing roster of artwork adorning the hotel’s walls
- High-tech rooms, featuring satellite TVs, free WiFi and “color therapy” showers
- The glass ceiling, billowing curtains and conversation-starting light fixtures in the café/restaurant
What To Know
- The Navigli neighborhood isn’t in the city center, so be prepared to use public transportation or cabs
- Children two and under stay free
- Reservations are required for spa treatments
- Free WiFi
- Parking On Site
- Room Service
The quirk factor is high in this artsy 246-room hotel, housed in a former industrial building in the charming-if-a-little-scruffy Navigli neighborhood, southwest of Milan’s historic center. From the dramatic lobby, with its revolving roster of high-concept artwork, to the black corridors to the vibrant splashes of red in the hyper-modern guestrooms, the vibe is youthful and experimental. Join the neighborhood’s many creative types at cafes and bars, or just stroll the historic canals that characterize the area.
In the Area
Rummage for vintage treasures at the bustling Naviglio Market, an antiques showcase held on the last Sunday of each month by the grand canal. Or catch some jazz at one of the lively canal-side bars, like Scimmie, housed on a converted barge. Feel smarter with a visit to the Leonardo da Vinci Museum of Science and Technology, which features models of futuristic machines inspired by the maestro’s original drawings, then settle into a leather Chesterfield with an aperitivo or dance the night away at hip club Bobino.
How to Get There
Had an EXCELLENT STAY aT this hotel!! Very nice gym. Great food staff was very friendly and helpful especially Samir!!! He went above and beyond to make sure I felt very comfortable and welcomed. He help me me find shopping, museums and local places to eat. I’m a very satisfied customer and I recommend to everybody!
This was my forth time to stayed at nhow for business trip. The location is just 6 mins walk away from my work place. There are quite a few hotels near by but I always go for nhow (best one). The hotel is modern and clean. It is not a lot of choices in their breakfast but the quality is good.
However, if I come for travel as a tourist, I may not consider nHow as it is not closed by Duomo which you may need to take taxi with 15-20 euro.
Marco and staff were so accommodating and friendly plus made the best Aperol Spritz ever!!!
Come stay for fun or for fashion week!
We will be back!! May 2020 for the Redken Euro Symposium.
Ciao for now!
Sheri Doss / Redken
This is a very funny hotel. Funny in a good way. The staff are great, the rooms clean and spacious. The breakfast room is welcoming and the new bar is fantastic.
Someone however has the weirdest and most tasteless sense of art. Fascinating in its gaudy, garish, trashy and ostentatiousness! This someone has been given free reign over the interior.
I consider this an upside and an antidote to the bland beige of most global hotel chains.
Will always be my hotel of choice in Milan
Me and my partner stayed here this weekend to celebrate our anniversary. The staff were amazing at reception and upgraded our room to a beautiful and HUGE room! We were also given a delicious plate of macaroons and chocolates which was so thoughtful and such a nice touch. The bed is divine, SO comfortable. Lovely clean room with lots of extra special touches; lovely coffee, double sinks, water, lots of toiletries which were replaced daily! Really great location, very close to the metro station and Navigli area. We have loved our stay here this weekend. Very cool and unique design around the hotel!!! Would definitely recommend!!!! Thank you for making our weekend extra special :)
Ellie and Simon x