Baglioni Hotel Carlton
Milan, Northern Italy
Situated in the vibrant heart of Milan's shopping, business and cultural center, the Carlton Baglioni Milan directly overlooks Via della Spiga, the most celebrated shopping street in the city.
At a Glance
Fantastic central location
Located on the famed shoppers paradise, Via della Spiga
Celebrated restaurant which is frequented by the Italian and international jet set
Wellness center and spa with a variety of treatments including thermal mud therapy, paraffin treatments and Turkish baths
Via Montenapoleone, the cathedral and the famous La Scala theatre are just moments from the hotel
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The Carlton Baglioni Hotel has the perfect blend of culture and fashion. Located just off one of the most famous shopping streets in the world and a gentle stroll from the Duomo, the Carlton Baglioni is one of Milan's gems.
With a variety of rooms and suites on offer, all of which are individually styled, it is a fantastic hotel for both business and pleasure. For a truly unforgettable vacation, the suites at the Carlton Baglioni are the place to stay. With over 60m2 of palatial luxury and views overlooking the Via Senato, you may never want to leave.
The Carlton Baglioni boasts a restaurant which is perhaps more famous than the hotel itself. The restaurant has a 1920's English Club House feel and is the perfect place to enjoy a glass of wine and bite to eat after a day visiting the sights Milan has to offer. Alternatively there is the Caffe Baglioni, which has a superb selection of cocktails and appetizers for those not wanting the full restaurant experience.
The Spa and Wellness center have a variety of legendary treatments and services to help you relax in style. Whether you want a full pamper session including mud baths, facials and massages or a simple steam to soothe your aches and pains, there is something for everyone to enjoy. There is also a professional make up artist to ensure look fantastic during your stay or to help you get ready for a special night out.
The Baglioni offers a wide range of fantastic accommodation from Classic Rooms to the Montenapoleone Suite. Every room has been individually designed to ensure your vacation is one of a kind, the rooms feature marble bathrooms, WiFi and city views. The unforgettable suites at the Carlton Baglioni are again uniquely designed and boast private terraces for your morning coffee, original pieces of art deco furniture and VIP treatment throughout your stay.
The hotel's restaurant is perhaps more famous than the hotel itself and is the perfect meeting place for the Italian and international jet set, largely due to the exquisite food and fabulous service. Gastronomic delights include Milanese cutlets and traditional sautéed risotto. Throughout the afternoon and evening the Caffe Baglioni is open which offers a phenomenal array of cocktails and appetizers for those who want to relax after a hard days sightseeing and shopping.
The Carlton Baglioni is situated in the heart of Milan's city center, making it the perfect place to stay for both culture and shopping. It is located on one of the most famous shopping streets in the world, Via della Spiga, and just a stone's throw form the Duomo, the cities celebrated cathedral.
The hotel itself offers a Spa & Wellness area, so after a long day shopping and looking at Milan's historical treats, you can book in a signature massage, a thermal mud treatment or perhaps just a trip to the Turkish bath and a mani and pedi.
Location & Directions
Milan, Northern Italy
Situated in the vibrant heart of Milan's shopping, business and cultural center, the hotel faces right onto the most famous fashion street of Milan, Via della Spiga. It is just a stone’s throw from Via Montenapoleone, the Duomo and the Teatro alla Scala.
When to go
Milan is a year-round destination, but some months are better than others. May and September are best months to visit Milan as the weather's likely to be good but it's not too crowded. July and August are the Italian tourist high season, so the city is extremely crowded; from mid-June to mid-August it tends to be hot and humid. October is the rainiest month. November to February is cold but wrap up warm and this is a nice quiet time to visit Milan. Avoid Fashion Week in February as everything gets booked up and the city becomes very hectic.