The hotel was built in an austere rationalist building designed in 1937 by Enrico A. Griffini.
Reorganisation of the building?s interior spaces made it possible to obtain a number of different solutions for guests ranging from extra large suites (up to 200 m2) with internal staircases to rooms with small entrance halls ensuring privacy in every room.
The common areas, including the restaurant and spa, are concentrated on the top two floors of the building, the “glass hat”. The name derives from the windows rising the full height of the walls on all four sides of the top two levels, with panoramic views of the city of Milan.
Location: Milan, Italy
Illustrations: courtesy of Armani Hotel Milano