Great images of the Milan of the past in the rooms: history and minimal design merge themselves to create an essential style that carries the weight of the history of this wonderful city.
The Darsena is the ancient port of Milan: unlike what you might think, the Lombard capital was built on the water and was a river city, in the same way as Amsterdam and Manhattan.
On the occasion of Expo 2015, the entire area was redeveloped, returning to being a meeting point for Milanese and tourists, especially on the weekend.
A lively and somewhat bohemian neighborhood, the Navigli district is, in fact, the kingdom of young fashionistas and tourists, who flock its many bars: small restaurants alternate with ethnic markets and casual chic shops, while courtyards with flowers open behind ancient doors - this makes Milan's canals perfect for a pleasant and relaxing walk even in the height of summer and hides a unique Milan.
We have also thought about your free moments, leisure and lightness, setting up a cozy, quiet and cozy reading room in the lobby where you can access whenever you want, to dedicate some time to your favorite books.
The Rooftop of Hotel La Spezia houses the large breakfast room, revised in its layout to guarantee the right security measures: every morning you will be welcomed by our staff and you can enjoy a hearty breakfast with a panoramic view and start your day watching the beautiful Milan that wakes up.
Minimal, linear and elegant design - essentiality reigns supreme in the lines of the furnishings and in the definition of each individual space thanks to the work of the architect Valentino Benati.