In Milan, after a major renovation, the historic Excelsior Hotel Gallia hotel openedPassing the gallery
Magazine: N4 (214) 2016
The Excelsior Hotel Gallia was built in the 1920s along with the main railway station in Milan and was intended for wealthy travelers arriving in the city. The ambitious idea belonged to the hotelier Carlo Gallia, whose name is perpetuated in the name of the hotel. Historical building of such value that is under the patronage of the Italian Academy of Fine Arts. Last year, the hotel’s interiors were completely renovated. The project was led by architect Marco Piva, who drew inspiration from art deco aesthetics. He attracted the cooperation of a number of Italian luxury-brands, in particular RUBELLI GROUP, responsible for textile decoration of rooms and public areas. The theme of beautiful life is supported by a Michelin-starred restaurant with a panoramic view, its own wine cellar, and the premium class spa center SHISEIDO SPA Milan.
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