Senato Hotel, the most stylish hotel in Milan

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During Easter I visited Milan for a couple of days (a complete city guide is coming later today) and we had the pleasure of staying at the stylish Senato Hotel.

Senato Hotel is a new modern boutique hotel with 43 rooms. The interior is delicate with brass and marble as the main elements. The rooms are bright, the cocktails in the bar tasty and the breakfast extraordinary with freshly made cappuccinos and fruit salad served by the table and a very well assorted cake buffet.

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The hotel is located on Via Senato which is within walking distance from all places you want to see in Milan
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The lobby area
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The little garden behind the hotel is a gem on warm summer nights

The rooms are bright with white interior and classic Milanese-style herringbone oak floors.

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Our Standard double room
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A very warm Easter welcome with chocolate eggs
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Clean lines and crisp sheets.
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A look into the marble bathroom at Senato Hotel

The bar area is worth a visit before heading out for dinner in the city. They serve delicious cocktails and a selection of typical appetizers if you visit in the afternoon/early evening.

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Snack hour
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A very fresh and tasteful virgin ginger/lime cocktail for me

The breakfast at Senato Hotel is simple and delicate with a huge cake buffet. The sweet waiters welcome you with a fruit bowl and asks what kind of coffee you wish. Then you can dig into the delicious buffet and enjoy a wide selection of yoghurts, toppings, Italian cheeses, ham and of course; the many cakes.

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The cake buffet at Senato Hotel is overwhelming!
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Bon appetit!

Nice to know:

– We paid aprox. 170 € per night for a Standard double room incl. breakfast.

– A transfer to the airport (in a large taxi for four people incl. luggage) is aprox. 120 € and takes around 50 minutes.

– Visit the website here

Find my Milan city guide here

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