FEATURED MILAN HOTEL REVIEW:
With so severe a facade and interior, we were struck that the design was near antisocial. Burnished copper walls and raked concrete slabs hold up what appears to be an interior spanning the opposite of Rinascente shopping mall and the neighborhood cathedral. Our room had a floating TV screen pushing out mood music with a personalized greeting, and our bathroom was a dramatic sink bowl that was four feet high and resting on the same copper paneling as the rest of the bathroom's interior.
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If the pace of life here is the beat of the catwalk, then the quality is the area backstage - frenzied, unapologetically chic, professionally ingenue, and perpetually a few minutes tardi. We love walking the streets of boutiques around Via Montenapoleone and jetting between centuries of architecture trends in effortless cohabitation. Slickly modern and relentlessly fashionable, this city is style, style, style...and a dash of charming substance.
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