Hotel Principe di Savoia - Welcome to impeccable service and authentic Italian charm. Hotel Principe di Savoia embodies Milan's true spirit with its exceptional hospitality and care standards, where it stands out as a landmark of true luxury. A beautiful contradiction - An airy oasis amongst the urban landscape. Classic glamour bathed in cutting-edge refinement. Modern luxury woven through traditional Milanese design. The new Milan. An ever-changing city that inspires exploration and innovation. The capital of fashion and design. An emblem of classic charm and spirit. All waiting to be discovered.
Rooms & Suites - Unmistakable Italian charm - Really being in Milan is so much more than geography. At Hotel Principe di Savoia, your room's design invites you to immerse yourself in the authentic vitality of this stylish city. As an individual as a fingerprint - This beautiful building is a symphony of eclectic rooms, each as unique as her guests. No two are quite alike, but all are glorious. The guest rooms and suites are lavish examples of 19th-century design, carefully enhanced by very modern touches. Unapologetically Italian, undeniably unique, and unbelievably comfortable.
Restaurants & Bars - "Acanto Restaurant" - Brings its natural charm to dining rituals and adds a twist of the personality to elevate the experience into new heights of excellence. Chef Alessandro Buffolino - He has been named the Formula One of cooking. The young and talented chef Alessandro Buffolino presents a brand new à la carte menu starring his very personal interpretation of classic Italian dishes with stunning presentation. Local and seasonal ingredients are used along with innovative techniques, in a perfect bond between tradition and modernity. A multi-sensory feast - Acanto Restaurant tells the story of food. The way to describe, serve and present your meal guides the senses to a higher appreciation of the cuisine. You see it in technicolor and as a real gift to enjoy.
"Il Salotto" - The heart and soul of the hotel. This is the place to relax and watch the world go by. To meet friends, to shake hands over coffee, to feel Milan live and breathe around you. The place to be - The hotel's heart and soul and the crucial meeting place for well-heeled locals and guests. Here you are at the center of things, watching the best of the city before you. One room, two aspects - Il Salotto offers two choices. One half puts you in the front row of a catwalk of guests walking into the hotel. Or if privacy is more your thing, the other end of the room is hidden away from the public.
"Principe Bar" - The coolest bar at the most elegant address. The place to be - Principe Bar is style personified. The resident DJ, the warm and impeccable bartenders, the statement ceiling. It’s an experience not to be missed. Relax into your evening and admire the view - Thierry Despont’s magical touch has created an opulent treasure. A cast glass bar, the incredible chandelier’s warm glow, and intimate banquette seating that lets you nestle down for an evening to remember.
"Tavolo Cristallo" - Discover a magical dining experience at Tavolo Cristallo, the private table for six, surrounded by a glittering veil of Swarovski crystals. Exclusivity from the moment of booking - Booking the Tavolo Cristallo brings with it the added delight of your very own ambassador for the evening who will look after every last detail and ensure an unforgettable experience for you and your guests. For that extraordinary occasion. The result of a collaboration between interior design brands Stefano Ricci Home, Luxury Living, and Swarovski, Tavolo Cristallo, is more than a gourmet experience personalized sensory journey. Since opening in 2017, the team has created countless special moments for the guests, from exclusive foodie masterclasses to handcrafted wedding cakes.
Spa - Welcomes you to a world of tranquility, care and relaxation. Club 10 Fitness & Beauty Center is open to all guests and Milanese members alike. With one of the most incredible views across Milan, this penthouse way to work out and relax.
History of Hotel Principe di Savoia - From a business background to royalty and celebrities' favorite choice, let us share the fascinating history with you. The impressive neoclassical building, dating back to 1927, was designed by prominent Milanese architect Cesare Tenca. Back then, it was called ‘Hotel du Nord’ and decorated in Italian Art Nouveau style, known in Italy as ‘Liberty.’ The hotel's location was carefully chosen for its proximity to the railway station and city center. It was described at the time as “perfectly positioned less than ten minutes by carriage from the world-famous La Scala opera house.” On April 6, 1927, the hotel reopened under the new name of Principe & Savoia, after its two owners who were both well-known and highly successful local Milanese entrepreneurs.1930 - The hotel was originally designed to appeal to business people. Still, by the 1930s, its grandeur and reputation for exquisite service had made it popular with royalty, celebrities, and world-renowned artists performing at La Scala. 1950 - In response to the hotel’s increasing popularity, two new wings were built in the 1950s, with two additional floors added later in 1958. 1980 - The hotel’s name was subtly changed again in the 1980s to its present name, Hotel Principe di Savoia. Those who know us well though often affectionately refer to us as simply, ‘The Principe.’
1990 - Building was continued on the success with three further floors in the 1990s, including the tenth floor in 1996, where the grand Presidential Suite and spa are located. In recent years the city’s new Porta Nuova district has grown up just behind the hotel and can now be seen from the spa. 2003 - Hotel Principe di Savoia proudly joined the Dorchester Collection family of hotels in June 2003, to become the first Italian hotel in the collection. 2008 - After a major restoration project, we’ve re-launched all of the meeting and event spaces. Take a look, and you’ll find utterly beautiful rooms and versatile spaces in which to host meetings or enjoy special celebrations.