Hotel Principe di Savoia offers the largest meeting space available among Milan's five-star hotels. The new Sala Cristalli is equipped with the most advanced audio-visual solutions including the Creston integrated system control, where a single command on the colour LCD touch-screen panel is all it takes. You'll find it easy to host unique meetings and banquets for 10 to 1000 people in one of the hotel's 13 elegantly appointed meeting and banquet rooms. All the meeting rooms can be equipped with the latest technology for conferences, and our highly qualified hotel staff is available to help organizers of meetings and small conventions of every type, both in the planning stage and during the event. Our kitchen staff will prepare exquisite traditional regional and international dishes, as well as kosher meals, with the same customary care for a group of 1000 as for 11. Meeting Room Facilities: 13 meeting rooms, Capacity of the largest meeting room: 700 square metres, Capacity of the smallest meeting room: 35 square metres, Audio-visual equipment and technicians, High-speed Internet access, Meeting suite(s), Meeting and event facilities with natural lighting
Hotel Principe di Savoia encompasses the true spirit of Milan, providing an exceptional experience of hospitality and ease. Dominating the largest square in Milan, Piazza della Repubblica, the hotel's landmark neoclassical building has been the natural home for international travellers and cosmopolitan society since the 1920s. Always with service and facilities of the highest order and style. A vibrant and cosmopolitan city, Milan is rich in art, history and culture and is the business, design and fashion centre of Italy. The economic heart of the country, the city offers visitors an interesting blend of modern innovation and deep-rooted cultural tradition, and Hotel Principe di Savoia's central location in the heart of Milan means the hotel is perfectly placed for visitors to discover all its intriguingly different aspects. Famed for its concentration of designer shops and boutiques, Milan is also home to the world-famous La Scala opera house, the magnificent Duomo (cathedral) and Leonardo da Vinci's The Last Supper, all of which are within easy access from the hotel. Milan's fashion district houses the great designers' showrooms in Via Sant'Andrea, Via della Spiga, Via Gesù, Via Borgospesso, Via Santo Spirito, Via Verri and of course Via Montenapoleone. Important jewellery, design and furnishing showrooms can also be found here. The Duomo: One of the largest churches in Europe and the symbol of Milan, its construction started in 1386 and ended in the late 19th century. It is characterised by 3400 statues and its fabulous stained-glass windows. Teatro alla Scala: One of the world's most famous opera houses, it owes its name to the fact that it stands on the site of Santa Maria della Scala, a church built in 1381. The traditional gala opening night of the opera season always takes place on 7th December, the feast day of Sant'Ambrogio, the patron saint of Milan. Galleria Vittorio Emmanuele: One of the most prestigious shopping arcades in Italy, and a wonderful structure with a glass roof, it offers visitors a unique opportunity to visit its traditional cafes, bars, bookshops and the legendary Prada boutique. It also connects the Duomo with the famous opera house, La Scala. Museum Poldi-Pezzoli: Contains a precious private collection started by the nobleman Gian Giacomo Poldi Pezzoli in 1881. The collection contains paintings, sculpture, armour, rugs, watches, glass and textiles with the ground floor housing arms and armour from ancient Roman times to the 18th century. Brera: This is one of the most charming streets in the old part of Milan with its original shops, art galleries and interesting antique stores. During the 50s and 60s, the district became a favourite gathering place for artists of the Brera Academy of Fine Arts. Today, this area is still renowned for its bars, clubs, restaurants and nightlife. Pinacoteca of Brera: The Brera Art Gallery holds one of Italy's most important art collections, featuring masterpieces by leading Italian artists from the 13th to the 20th century including Raphael, Mantegna, Piero della Francesca and Caravaggio. The Pinacoteca is housed in a beautiful baroque palazzo dating back to the 17th century. Castello Sforzesco: Built in 1368 as a fortress by Galeazzo II Visconti, the Sforza Castle was enlarged during the 14th century by Gian Galeazzo and later by Filippo Maria who transformed it into a splendid ducal palace. Francesco Sforza, who became Lord of Milan in 1450, together with his son Lodovico il Moro, turned it into one of the most magnificent courts in Renaissance Italy.
Each of the 401 spacious guest rooms and suites at the Hotel Principe di Savoia is decorated and furnished to reflect the warm and elegant atmosphere of 19th-century Lombard interior design combined with the unobtrusive integration of modern technology. Wainscote wood panelling frames wall-coverings of precious damask and the furniture is inspired by the creations of the celebrated Maggiolini, so each room conveys a note of elegance and refinement. The bathrooms are spacious with marble tiling in soft colours and provide soft bathrobes and a telephone outlet. The rooms are perfectly soundproof and feature wireless high-speed Internet access, air-conditioning and thermostatic heating control, a refrigerator bar and a direct dial telephone. All our bedrooms have large opening windows allowing fresh air to circulate. Occupying ten floors there are 269 rooms and 132 suites to choose from. In January 2006 the 48 new Deluxe Mosaic Rooms, all overlooking Piazza della Repubblica, were opened to the public. Three basic interior décor themes prevail: Venetian-style rooms feature rich gold and ochre silks and velvets within a warm neutral setting with contrasting turquoise and Murano glass mirrors. Sculptured desks have been forged from white onyx and steel. Imaginative mosaic walls decorate the bathrooms which also feature Brazilian rosewood vanities topped with ochre glass. Florentine-style rooms are framed in very soft blue-grey walls and punctuated with the inspired use of rich blue damask silks. Embossed ice-blue leather cover the smoked oak of the study/dressing room doors. Headboards are of Brazilian rosewood. The glass mosaic walls in the bathrooms echo the soft blue hues of the bedroom. In the Neo-Classical rooms, bronze floor lamps and crystal-drop chandeliers highlight the touches of rich ruby and amethyst set against the cool neutrals of the background. The bathrooms feature fanciful glass and mosaic walls and European walnut vanities topped with ruby red glass. The design inspiration and key feature of every bathroom is the wall mosaic – a contemporary vision of classical Italian design. Frosted and clear glass panels work in tandem to provide both privacy and the illusion of space. Instead of tiles, entire slabs of Bianca Lasa, the premier white marble, have been used to convey a sense of expansiveness. Redesigned traditional rosewood or walnut vanities have been contemporized with boldly coloured glass tops.
Hotel Principe di Savoia lavishes discerning palates with a variety of gourmet dining experiences. The five-star Acanto is celebrated for impeccable cuisine. Enjoy a relaxing breakfast, lunch or afternoon tea at the Lobby Lounge, which also offers all-day dining, or opt for the intimate atmosphere of the Giardino d'Inverno Bar. Opened in May 2006 another absolute innovation: a new veranda and restaurant entirely integrated with the inside dining room of the Galleria restaurant. Elegantly refurbished in its design, materials and colour scheme, and with a new independent entrance. The architecture of the veranda conceived by Celeste Dell'Anna Design, enhances the view to the garden, an ideal solution for pleasant dining. During the day the light comes from a transparent octagonal-shaped cupola fit to feel immersed in nature, and the atmosphere becomes magical in the evening when the garden lights up. The style will be both contemporary and refined, with walls of natural beige fabric and the use of two different kinds of woods. Lighting the room will be a series of glass chandeliers from Murano, expressly designed by Dell'Anna using as inspiration the great masters of the 1900s. The menu is classic Italian cuisine, its flavours exalted by the talent of the Chef who combines a lightness of touch with newly gauged cooking times and presents dishes of high aesthetic value. The primary inspiration for The Acanto menu has been the local Lombard culinary tradition, which the Chef has melded with flavours from the Mediterranean and beyond to create delicate dishes infused with a world of flavour. Nothing but the finest of fresh seasonal fare is used throughout. The Principe di Savoia's bar is a winter garden that envelops its guests in a sumptuous atmosphere with a baroque flavour, featuring variegated marble, crystal, exquisite fabrics and a coloured glass dome ceiling. Giardino d'Inverno is an elegant, exclusive meeting place with an intimate salon, a quiet corner where you can meet for coffee, or at cocktail time, sip the specialities prepared by the bartender. Enjoy a relaxing moment in the evening, enhanced by discreet melodies from the piano. Finding time for yourself is the greatest luxury these days. Acknowledging this fact, the Hotel Principe proposes a daily Afternoon Tea, a refined break in the day to rediscover the quality of life. Held in the elegant hotel bar every day from 3:00 pm to 5:30 pm, Afternoon Tea is a sophisticated voyage through the aromas and flavours of 24 of the world's most illustrious teas.
Dominating the Piazza della Repubblica the Hotel Principe di Savoia is a luxury five-star hotel that has been the natural home for international travellers and cosmopolitan society since the 1920's. Its imposing neoclassical facade hides one of the world's most luxuriously appointed hotels. With its superb location, superlative facilities and outstanding standards of service, the Hotel Principe di Savoia offers a winning combination of old World luxury combined with the latest innovations in technology and design. Easily accessed from all parts of the city and close to Milan's many attractions and elegant shopping districts, the Hotel Principe di Savoia is within 50 minutes of Milan's main airport, Malpensa. The hotel's grand main entrance is a welcoming gateway to the hotel's 401 richly appointed rooms and suites, and to an unforgettable stay in Milan. The Hotel Principe di Savoia offers a vast array of services as would be expected of Milan's oldest and most well-renowned five-star hotel. Hotel Principe di Savoia is a member of The Leading Hotels of the World.