Excelsior Hotel Gallia
The Excelsior Hotel Gallia Milan, a Luxury Collection Hotel, formerly Le Meridien Hotel Gallia, re-opened on December 1st, 2014. Originally opened in 1932, the hotel has been fully renovated by renowned Milanese architect Marco Piva. Behind this sparkling hotel’s iconic Art Deco façade are elegant restaurants and lounges, an expansive spa, and stunning meeting venues. Set in the heart of Milan’s renowned Piazza Duca D’Aosta, Excelsior Hotel Gallia provides guests stunning access to Milan’s many vibrant cultural offerings. The second most populated city in Italy, Milan is home to exceptional museums, intriguing exhibitions, and breathtaking architecture. Opened in 1932, Le Meridien Gallia features an art nouveau facade and remains one of the most celebrated and luxurious hotels in the country. Perfect for events of all kinds, the hotel has 12 meeting rooms. Other amenities of Excelsior Hotel Gallia include a rooftop signature bar and restaurant and Milans largest spa. Milan’s attractions, just moments away from the hotel, include the shops lining Via Montenapoleone and Via della Spiga. The ‘Pinacoteca di Brera,’ founded by Napoleon, houses stunning Venetian and Lombard masterpieces and the works of artists such as Rubens and Rembrandt.
Hotel Address:Location Summary
- Excelsior Hotel Gallia
- Piazza Duca D Aosta 9
- Milan , 20124
The city centre is only 20 minutes walking distance away from the hotel. Its many attractions include the 'Teatro alla Scala', which dates back to 1778 and the 'Pinacoteca di Brera', founded by Napoleon, which displays many Venetian and Lombard masterpieces as well as works of art by Rubens and Rembrandt. Milan is also home to 'Santa Maria delle Grazie' and 'Il Cenacolo Vinciano' (The Last Supper by Leonardo de Vinci). The 'Duomo' and the 'Galleria Vittorio Emanuelle II' are favourite meeting places of the Milanese, and Via Montenapoleone and Via della Spiga are two of the most famous streets in Milan, with numerous designer shops. Ten minutes away by taxi is the 'Sant Amrogio Basilica' built in AD 386. For a wider perspective of the region, the sea at Liguria, the mountains (the Alps) and the lakes (Como and Garda) are one hour's drive away.
Directions to Hotel
From East: Follow the A4 and exit Viale Zara/Centro and follow to Piazzale Lagosta. Continue to Via Pola to Via Galvani and turn left on Via Filzi. Turn right on Piazza Duca d Aosta and proceed to the hotel. From North: Follow the A4 and exit Viale Zara/Centro and follow to Piazzale Lagosta. Continue to Via Pola to Via Galvani and turn left on Via Filzi and right on Piazza Duca d Aosta and proceed to the hotel. From West: From Genova, follow the A7 Ring Motorway, Tangenziale to Linate Fonlanini and exit. Follow Viale 22 Marzo Viale Piceno and Viale Abruzzi. Turn left on Via Plinio. When in Piazza Duca di Aosta, you will see the hotel. From South: From Bologna, follow the A1 Ring Motorway, Tangenziale to Venezia Forlanini and exit. Follow Viale 22 Marzo Viale Piceno and Viale Abruzzi. Turn left on Via Plinio. When in Piazza Duca di Aosta, you will see the hotel.
Banquets & Meetings
The hotel offers 12 meeting rooms spanning 1,000 square meters, and an additional 700 square meters of foyer space. The 400-square-meter Duomo is one of the city’s largest pillar-less ballrooms and can be divided into four sections. With a 5-meter ceiling, this venue can be flooded with daylight and has direct street access for cars and equipment. Also illuminated by natural light is the 560-square-meter Galleria foyer.
On the seventh floor is the exclusive La Cupola. At 88 square meters and crowned by a spectacular dome, this multifunctional room features 23 luxury armchairs that can be folded away into the floor, plus a 100-inch 3D LED screen.
Fine Dining on Site
All-day cuisine in Gallia Lounge & Bar, and the signature restaurant and mixology bar on the seventh floor’s unique rooftop terrace.
Milan’s largest hotel spa pampers guests with exclusive treatments in a luxurious setting illuminated by natural daylight. Divided across the sixth and seventh floors, its 1,000 square meters include an indoor pool, a virtual golf simulator, a hairdresser and barber shop, and relaxation areas featuring a wide range of authentic beauty and wellness rituals.
Via Montenapoleone and Via della Spiga are two of the most famous streets in Milan, with numerous designer shops.
Tennis Courts Nearby
2 kilometers distance
Theatre & Museums
The city centre is only 20 minutes from the hotel and includes the 'Teatro alla Scala'.
The exclusive fifth-floor Gallia Suite, and the unique seventh-floor Katara Suite, all complete with butler service.
- - Banquets & Meetings
- - Business Center
- - Meeting Space
- - Disabled Access
- - Executive Retreat
- - Fine Dining on Site
- - Fine Dining Nearby
- - Fitness Center
- - High Speed Internet
- - Pool, Indoor
- - Spa Facility
- - Dining
- - Jogging & Running
- - Shopping
- - Tennis Courts Nearby
- - Theatre & Museums
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