Why we choose Chateau Monfort
- All of the hotel’s 77 rooms are decorated to fit the fairytale theme, with draped canopy beds, whimsical accents (like pumpkin pillows and Mad Hatter shaped lamps)
- The hotel has one main restaurant, Rubacuori by Venissa, which is opulently decorated with scrolling white and gilded plaques and antique mirrors, and is the place to go for brunch in Milan
- The location is key - just a few steps from the fashion district and a quick cab ride to the famous Duomo
Inspired by the concept of fairy-tales and historic castles, the Chateau Monfort provides guests with a whimsical environment and the modern amenities of an Urban Chateau.
The Traviata Suite, which has two bedrooms, 57 square meters of space and an open seating area. The room is characterized by light colors and bohemian charm, and is inspired by the opera (making it one of the most romantic suites on property). In addition to charm, guests will also enjoy the refinished parquet floors, complimentary coffee and the two bathrooms (one with a claw tub and the other with a shower).
What you need to know about the hotel
- The main restaurant Rubacuri by Venissa, features an amazing brunch menu that changes by season
- The Spa “Amore E Psiche” boasts a salt water pool, sauna, Turkish bath, caldarium, emotional shower, ice fountain and relaxation room
- There are two main event spaces – the Segrete Room and Sala Dell’Incantesimo, which can be used for weddings, meetings or family reunions
Along with charming accents and plenty of childhood wonder, the hotel is also focused on green initiatives (like using LED bulbs and eco-label certified products), features a 24-hour concierge and is apart of the world renown Relais & Chateaux brand.
Where is it and what's nearby
- Tour one of the city’s oldest art galleries – the Brera Art Gallery – which was founded in 1776 by Queen Maria Theresa of Austria
- Revel in the impressive gothic architecture of the Milan Cathedral, which was built in late 1300s
- Shop until you drop on one of Milan’s famous shopping streets, like Corso Venezia or Via Montenapoloeone
Chateau Monfort is situated right behind the Piazza San Babila, within walking distance to the fashion district and just a short drive from the Duomo. Plus, it’s very strategically located to and from the airport, the central train station and the city center.
A truly unique personality and five star comforts make the Chateau Monfort one of the most charming properties in Milan. Plus, with a full-service spa, a modern Italian restaurant, and a wine cellar make it a one-stop shop for eating, drinking and relaxing.
How to enjoy Milan
Elegant and sophisticated, the power house behind Italian fashion, Milan’s a city that means business
- The Last Supper is the reason many come to Milan, so naturally the lines are huge and admission is dicey: beg your concierge for help
- La Scala is the benchmark of Italian opera and a must do if at all possible. Hint: You can never be overdressed at La Scala
- The Milano Centrale railway station is an enormous, architecturally interesting stop even when you don’t need its services
In the mood for lazy strolls with stops to smell the roses? Try Venice. Milan is a working town, Italian style. This is banking and fashion central, and power players are focused on closing deals and making money. Milan is an exciting city, fueled by lots of espresso and jammed with zooming traffic. It’s hard for tourists to just stand around and gawk, though ironically, there’s lots to gawk at.
Milan is a fashion hub on par with Paris and is home to Italian couturier flagship stores like Versace, Armani and Missoni. The best place to take in this smorgasbord is the Golden Quadrilateral near the Duomo. Made up of Via Montenapoleone, Della Spiga, Via Borgospesso and Via Sant’Andrea, the Quadrilateral is a high-priced, high-fashion extravaganza.
Money, couture, famous artwork, opera and soccer—Milan is a single destination that represents everything Italians hold dear. Chic even by Italian standards, this city demands that you up your style game.
When to visit Milan
Like most places in Italy, spring and fall are the best times to visit Milan. Summer is hot and sticky, and some of its stores and restaurants shutter in August.
When you book with us
Because of our special relationship with Chateau Monfort, we include these exclusive benefits when you book through Select Hotels & Resorts:
- Complimentary Full American Buffet breakfast for two daily
- Complimentary early check-in and late check-out upon availability
- Complimentary upgrade upon availability at time of check-in
- Two Spa treatments of 100 USD each during client's stay
- Complimentary High-Speed/Enhanced Wi-Fi
We're with you all the way, turning the special into the unforgettable.
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