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    Palazzo Matteotti, Milan

    Corso Giacomo Matteotti, 4/6, 20121 Milan, Italy
    Palazzo Matteotti Review
     
    5 Star Rating
    8 October 2018Palazzo Matteotti
    Tags: Milan, Italy, City reviewsThe Bill: £240 per night
     

    Palazzo Matteotti can be found located in the heart of Milan, just a stoneís throw away from Milanís exclusive shopping district and a host of other famous landmarks. So, if exploring Milan is on your agenda, staying here is a great choice.

    The hotel itself is really something quite special and unique. Seeing the large shiny red doors and well-dressed doormen as we arrived gave us an indication that we were in for a treat, but the decor and furnishings inside Palazzo Matteotti will still raise an eyebrow on the most seasoned of travellers.

    During our visit, we experienced one of their Executive Suites. The suite was spacious, it comprised of a living area complete with a small dining table and chairs, the bedroom had a king size bed and some quirky pieces of furniture, along with polished wood panelling on the walls, and a small desk. The bathroom had a shower and a small wash basin, and again, some interesting pieces of furniture.

    ďWeíre sure youíll leave with a memorable experience as we did.Ē

    The suites are certainly toned down compared to the rest of the hotel. But the shiny surfaces, use of bold colours and contrasts, and the interesting or outright bizarre pieces of furniture are omnipresent. There is no mistaking that they want to make a statement with their use of modern art and bold decor, and we think theyíve got it spot on.

    The spa facilities at Palazzo Matteotti are both a joy to experience in terms of aesthetics and well-being. The swimming pool was designed by well-known Italian architect Simone Micheli. With curves, arches, mirrored domes on the ceiling and walls, and a waterfall, itís quite the sight. The decor doesnít distract from the task in hand when using the pool or other facilities, but Itís no surprise that itís a hotbed for modern day Instagramers.

    For dining, there are two options; Latitude 45, which can be found up on the roof terrace, offering a menu of classic seasonal dishes and views over Milan, most notably unrestricted views of the Duomo di Milano. Their second option is Oltremare, a fine dining offering with a menu as eclectic as the decor.

    Palazzo Matteotti is truly a unique and interesting hotel. The over the top decor, liberal use of contrasting colours, and artsy furnishings might be a bit polarising for some, but youíll leave with a memorable experience as we did. Itís a great choice for exploring Milan and we would happily repeat our experience.

     
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