Featured in Conde Nast Traveller's 2004 Hot List of the world's exceptional new hotels, The Gray is excellently situated in the heart of Milan, just steps from the Duomo Cathedral, La Scala Opera House and the elegant fashion district located between Via Montenapoleone and Via Della Spiga. Chic and ultra-stylish, The Gray features 21 individually appointed rooms. Architect/designer Guido Ciompi, best known for his work with Gucci, chose a combination of black macassar panelling, crocodile skin, steel and travertine, creating a warm, tactile environment, contemporary and full of light. Three of the rooms offer jacuzzis from where you can watch a plasma-screen tv. Intimate and exclusive, but without the pretension, The Gray boasts phenomenal, discreet service.
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- Hotel The Gray
- Via San Raffaele, 6
- Milan , 20121
Business capital of Italy and European city par excellence, Milan is not just a center of economic power but also a city of secret charms, filled with places and precious relics testifying to its past. Discover the elegance of the city of fashion, the prestige of the city of commerce, the splendor of its hidden face, the value of its monuments and the glory of its past, as well as the glimpses that it offers of the future.
Common/Public Areas Accessible to Wheelchairs.
Fine Dining on Site
Small restaurant and bar. "Le Noir", renowned for its style, offers a meat or fish menu. One can enjoy tasty dishes from its creatively revisited Mediterranean and international cuisine, accompanied by excellent wines. Recommended for business lunch or brunch too.
Although there is currently no spa or gym, two suites have private workout rooms with state-of-the-art weights and cardio machines.
For a fee.
Theatre & Museums
The Cathedral: Founded in 1366 on the site where the old church of Santa Maria Maggiore used to stand, the monumental cathedral of Milan is one of the very few examples of flamboyant Gothic architecture in Italy. The Last Supper: On the rear wall of the refectory of the former Dominican monastery annexed to the church of Santa Maria delle Grazie is set Leonardo da Vinci's celebrated Last Supper. The work, painted by the artist between 1495 and 1497 to a commission from Ludovico il Moro, has deteriorated rapidly over the course of the centuries, partly as a consequence of the experimental technique he used, tempera on a double layer of plaster. Various attempts at restoration have been made since the eighteenth century, concluding with the one that commenced in 1995 and has recently been completed. The Pinacoteca di Brera: Opened in 1803, the Picture Gallery was linked to the Accademia di Belle Arti in its early years and housed works taken from churches that had been suppressed in Lombardy and other departments of the kingdom of Italy, or acquired by decree of the viceroy Eugene de Beauharnais: among the latter were Raphael's famous Marriage of the Virgin.
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