The Verdi Suite

The Suite comprises a wide and well-lit living room with original period chimney and furniture, a bedroom and two bathrooms. The lounge has been recently restored and it is today more sophisticated than ever. The bedroom and the sitting room can be reserved separately and the Verdi room can be turned into a wonderful period setting, perfect for a stay, receptions and business meetings in a refined and timeless atmosphere.

Presidential Suite 105 106

The Grand Hotel et de Milan’s Presidential Suite is dedicated to the Maestro Giuseppe Verdi. The Maestro chose the Suite 105 of the once called “ Albergo di Milano”, to alternate the hustle and bustle of the city to the quieter and relaxing life of his country house of Sant'Agata. In those years, the Maestro was working at the Othello and on the occasion of his first performance, cheered by the adoring crowd, Verdi went onto the balcony of his apartment with the tenor Tamagno to sing some arias of the opera. The people of Milan shown the same veneration when, some years later, they asked the Director of the Hotel to affix notes regarding the Maestro’s critical health conditions that ultimately led Verdi to his death on January 27th, 1901.
Camere e Suite
The interiors of the Grand Hotel et de Milan, discreet and refined, conquer with the unique atmosphere of its rooms, enriched over the years with exclusive objects and furniture that are now part of its history. The rooms perfectly preserve the period furniture and details, as well as the parquet floors and the Italian marbles that decorate the spacious bathrooms. Seventy-two rooms and twenty-three suites offer a variety of accommodations.
Grand Hotel et de Milan camere dedicate
The passage of distinguished guests, who have chosen the Grand Hotel et de Milan throughout the years as their “Milanese house”, is celebrated by the dedicated suites. Each of them is characterized by a selection of objects, photos, autographic documents and other memories, belonged to the personage or ascribable to his/her life. Giuseppe Verdi, Gabriele D'Annunzio, Maria Callas, Giorgio Strehler, Enrico Caruso are only some of the personalities to whom the hotel’s Suites and Junior Suites have been named after.