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
- Handicap Accessible
- 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
Stayed here few times. Always very professional and proactive.
Room clean and spacious.
Tonight i devided to write a positive review thank to the good service deliverd at the bar by Patrizio.
I was late at work he was very welcoming and open. Ordered a caprese from the restaurant (closed but availablein room service) and served me at the bar.
Well done good effort and extra mile.
Apart from being a bit tacky in a hotel room, it's just stupid given the climate emergency. Can it be so difficult for a hotel to provide reusable ones? At least the glasses in the bathoom aren't plastic
Wow great hotel - very clean, well staffed, modern decor, excellent breakfast (extra charge but worth it). Only hitch is it is a 15-18 minute walk to the nearest metro (Porta Genova). Very hip and cool place to hang, close to the canal, just plan to walk a bit if you want to go into central Milano.