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What We Love

  • Daily breakfast is included in the Jetsetter rate
  • The sublime C-Spa is home to thermal pools, a Turkish bath, waterfalls and a terrace with panoramic views of the Alps
  • The excellent restaurant focuses on locally harvested ingredients
  • Guests receive a 10 percent discount on purchases at the on-site pastry and chocolate shop

What To Know

  • Spa access costs an additional $25 per person, per hour
  • The spa is open until midnight, but it's available to only one guest or group (of up to eight) at a time, so reserve ahead
  • Free WiFi is available in the lobby but costs $13 per day in the guestrooms
  • The spartan design is cool but not necessarily intuitive; figure out lights, curtains, hot/cold water and other basics before the sun goes down

Amenities

  •  Babysitting
  •  Bar
  •  Free WiFi
  •  Gym
  •  Handicap Accessible
  •  Parking On Site
  •  Pet-friendly
  •  Pool
  •  Restaurant
  •  Room Service
  •  Spa
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Overview

Sleek designer digs with a luxe spa and locavore restaurant between Lake Como and Milan

The Look

Cool and contemporary. Walls, inside and out, are clad in smooth white travertine, and the cozy lobby showcases furniture by famous designers: a hanging egg-shaped chair and sofas by Ivano Redaelli, and sculptures by Kyoji Nagatani, a disciple of Arnaldo Pomodoro. The shelves are stacked with glossy books dedicated to design.

Bed and Bath

Three words: wood, stone, glass. Giant floor-to-ceiling windows offer views of the Italian Alps or the landscaped gardens, and a glass wall in the shower opens out to the bedroom. Quirky touches include a tiny TV tucked into the lower portion of the bathroom mirror, though figuring out how to get hot or cold water from the gleaming steel faucets takes patient finger and toe testing. The overall feel is hip, the antithesis of Italian Baroque. If your vision of luxury includes velvet, brocade tassels and plush rugs, you might want to stay elsewhere.

Beyond

The restaurant, Materia Prima (translation: raw ingredients) dishes up locally grown fare such as pecorino flan with pear and onion grass, and ravioli stuffed with potato, porcini mushrooms and rosemary. Simple wood tables and muted lighting make the restaurant cozy and intimate without compromising the hotel’s design principles. The small first-floor spa is open until midnight; it has a Jacuzzi and closet-size Turkish baths, plus an outdoor cascade pool (weather permitting). The policy of allowing only one guest or group (of up to eight people) in at any given time results in a princely pampering experience. The adjacent café, pastry shop and chocolatier is a must: local wines and homemade marmalades, teas and fruit juices, as well as gourmet chocolates and award-winning pastries draw locals from across the region.

How to Get There

C-hotel & Spa
Via Nazario Sauro 47
Cassago Brianza, 23893 Italy

Reviews

4.0 Very Good 365 Reviews
Relaxing stay
antoniogrillo71

It has been a very nice discovery: just half an hour from Milan, the C-Hotel is a very comfortable place, very discrete, silent and with good SPA facilities. The venue and rooms are pretty, spacious and clean. C-Hotel is a Design hotel so any detail is beautiful and very well designed. The SPA is small but there is the possibility to have the mini SPA only for you. The food is delicious and there is a great attention to raw material. The gym is very well equipped and spacious, it is not easy to find such a great quality.
We really enjoyed our stay and we will definitely visit the C-Hotel again for a nice and relaxing weekend.

Not a spa hotel... When is €19 an hour!
guyth0mps0n

The hotel itself was clean and pleasant but the included spa (as described) is an additional cost of 19 euros per hour which is a little extortionate in my opinion.

Our room was listed as a suite but wasn’t any bigger than other hotel rooms I have stayed in. There were a few faults with our room which staff seemed uninterested in at checkout. The bathroom door was incredibly noisy and stiff, their was a huge amount of condensation on the ceiling & the electronic blind that kept everything nice and dark was stuck down.

The breakfast was good - organic and local produce but it was served to you rather than you being able to pick what you wanted. The only thing you could choose were how you liked your eggs (the only hot product).

The outside area was average. The pool is a plunge pool and very small. The beds outside are a good idea but were filthy when we went outside.

Overall the stay was okay. I wouldn’t return in a rush.

Super people and very dogfriendly
friedoonholiday

We stayed two night and had a fantastic time. The staff was a amazing, very polite and welcoming. We had our dog with us and she got a bone and a ball as a welcome gift, so she loved it there for sure.
The breakfast was amazing and a lot ????.
We will come back for sure !