Milan gets another high-end hotel

Published on : Monday, December 2, 2019

Milan has got another high-end hotel -Galleria Vik Milano. Opened in early November, the hotel run by a husband-and-wife duo entirely has amazing interiors, starting with the lobby, dominated by a bronze cast of Rodin’s The Thinker, and reception area, where guests are welcomed by a dry fresco painted by Italian artist Alex Folla spanning the ceiling and walls.

 

 

Galleria Vik Milano has a total of 89 rooms and suites, starting at $534 per night and topping off at nearly $11,400 per night for the master suite, with two bedrooms.

 

 

 

Each of the accommodations highlights art and decor, with pieces from 89 international artists and walls finished in stucco Veneziano, an Italian design technique with a finished product that resembles the stuccos found in the ancient buildings of Venice.

 

 

 

The hotel’s Palace Suites on the second floor showcases ornate, double-height ceilings, while the fifth floor highlights wall paintings and canvases by six Uruguayan artists.

 

 

Galleria Vik Milano’s restaurant Vikissimo is overlooking the famous bull of the Galleria. The hotel focuses has a seasonal menu of recognizable European and Chilean staples such as  appetizers like octopus with potatoes, chives and pepper sauce, pastas, filet mignon, fish including branzino and sea bass, as well as desserts including a chocolate mousse with accents of banana, tiramisu, and a variety of homemade ice cream and gelati.

 

 

Meanwhile, the Galleria’s rooftop showcases I Dodici Gatti, a longtime favourite pizzeria of the Milanese, which Carrie and Alex left largely, untouched. The restaurant offers a mix of traditional and creative wood-fired Neapolitan-style pizzas and Italian comfort foods, using homemade mozzarella.

 

 

The hotel also provides three varieties of wines to its guests which are drawn from the diversity of the VIK vineyard, an 11,000-acre property in Millahue Valley that grows at least five varieties of grapes across six valleys,12 microclimates, and 13 types of soil.

 

 

Milan has got another high-end hotel -Galleria Vik Milano. Opened in early November, the hotel run by a husband-and-wife duo entirely has amazing interiors, starting with the lobby, dominated by a bronze cast of Rodin’s The Thinker, and reception area, where guests are welcomed by a dry fresco painted by Italian artist Alex Folla spanning the ceiling and walls.

 

 

Galleria Vik Milano has a total of 89 rooms and suites, starting at $534 per night and topping off at nearly $11,400 per night for the master suite, with two bedrooms.

 

 

 

Each of the accommodations highlights art and decor, with pieces from 89 international artists and walls finished in stucco Veneziano, an Italian design technique with a finished product that resembles the stuccos found in the ancient buildings of Venice.

 

 

The hotel’s Palace Suites on the second floor showcases ornate, double-height ceilings, while the fifth floor highlights wall paintings and canvases by six Uruguayan artists.

 

 

Galleria Vik Milano’s restaurant Vikissimo is overlooking the famous bull of the Galleria. The hotel focuses has a seasonal menu of recognizable European and Chilean staples such as  appetizers like octopus with potatoes, chives and pepper sauce, pastas, filet mignon, fish including branzino and sea bass, as well as desserts including a chocolate mousse with accents of banana, tiramisu, and a variety of homemade ice cream and gelati.

 

 

Meanwhile, the Galleria’s rooftop showcases I Dodici Gatti, a longtime favourite pizzeria of the Milanese, which Carrie and Alex left largely, untouched. The restaurant offers a mix of traditional and creative wood-fired Neapolitan-style pizzas and Italian comfort foods, using homemade mozzarella.

 

 

The hotel also provides three varieties of wines to its guests which are drawn from the diversity of the VIK vineyard, an 11,000-acre property in Millahue Valley that grows at least five varieties of grapes across six valleys,12 microclimates, and 13 types of soil.

 

 


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