Palazzo Parigi, a landmark in luxury hospitality in Milan, is located near the fashionable Brera District.
Meticulously re-constructed on the former site of the historical Palazzo Cramer from the 1600, the Palazzo Parigi Hotel & Grand Spa is right in the heart of Milan.
Palazzo Parigi faces a private park and it is close to the glittering shopping district Via Montenapoleone, fashion designers, art galleries, bars and night spots. Designed by Pierre Yves Rochon, featuring a classic style of the ’30 with a private garden and fountain, the new palace hotel embodies the very best of Milanese style and offers 98 rooms and suites.
An ‘altar’ black and a glass tunnel to the chef Cracco, a wellness center with 1,600 square meters, a star of French pastries such as Pascal Piermattei. And a huge Murano chandelier from the furnace of Barovier and Toso in the lobby 12 meters high, including decorations, snow-white stucco, pink marble columns, seventeenth-century paintings.
Owner Paola Giambelli wanted a hotel “everything Italian”. She personally searched and purchased all paintings and furnitures in order to reach her idea of original and stylish interiors. The style is reminiscent of the 40s and 50s, depending on the area of the building, and is enriched by some French flair by architect Pierre Yves Rochon. In the restaurant Rochon designed together with chef Carlo Cracco a black altar that dominates the scene.
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