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Room Request! Palazzo Parigi Hotel & Grand Spa

See inside the most elegant room at Milan’s newest luxury property

Palazzo Parigi is a glamorous five-star hotel in the charming Via
 Brera neighborhood, surrounded by Milan’s most famous galleries and
boutiques. The hotel was reconstructed on the former site of the
 historical Palazzo Cramer, which dates back to the 1600s and is a
testament to the beauty and design of Milan.

The modern interiors, designed by Pierre Yves-Rochon and the hotel’s owner Paola Giambelli, 
are 1930s-inspired and notable for the hand-selected artwork, marble, rich woods and luxurious fabrics used throughout the 98 spacious guest rooms. With a soon-to-open spa and fitness facility, this intimate property offers all the amenities of a hotel twice its size.

Palazzo Parigi Hotel & Grand Spa

Palazzo Parigi Hotel & Grand Spa

Alessandro Soldi, director of sales and marketing at the property, spoke to DuJour about its most in-demand suites.

The most requested room:

The Duomo Suite is the most requested suite at the hotel.

What makes it so special:

Among its unique features are the breathtaking views of Milan’s 
infamous cathedral, Il Duomo, and private butler service. The suite is
ideal for hosting private meetings or entertaining up to 15 with 
private lunches, dinners and cocktails arranged upon request.

The rate:

The Duomo Suite’s starting rate is 2,800 euros per night.

Celebrity guests:

We respect the privacy of all our guests at the hotel and do not
 provide this information.

Palazzo Parigi Hotel & Grand Spa

Palazzo Parigi Hotel & Grand Spa

Your personal favorite:

The Deluxe corner guest rooms on the sixth and seventh floors.


They offer 180-degree views of the city with windows on each side,
 which is always a lovely surprise. The floor-to-ceiling windows allow
the natural light to illuminate the room during the day and enable 
guests to enjoy the evening views of Milan at night.

Fun fact:

Our grand ballroom is the largest in Milan and offers floor-to-ceiling
 windows that open out to inviting terraces facing the garden. The
space can accommodate 300-350 people for weddings and other special

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