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Family Hotel in Milan: rooms and suites for families in the city center

Milan is the fashion and design capital, captivating both adults and children with its wide range of attractions and activities, making it the ideal destination for a family vacation. From its historical wonders to green parks, interactive museums, and delightful gelato shops, every corner of the city offers exciting adventures, revealing discoveries and secrets for both young and old. If you are planning a trip to a family hotel, Milan will welcome you with open arms and provide a unique and unforgettable experience.

Where to stay with your family in Milan’s historic center

If you want to spend a few days with your family in Milan, choosing the right hotel is crucial: it’s best to select an option located in the city center, from which you can easily reach points of interest on foot. Portrait Milano is the perfect five-star luxury hotel in the heart of Milan for a family trip. The boutique hotel, part of the Lungarno Collection, is located in the fashion district and combines hospitality with luxury and Made in Italy design: all elements that characterize Milan and its streets lined with the glittering windows of the most famous fashion brands.

Rooms and Suites for families

After a busy day exploring the hidden gems of Milan, there is nothing better than retreating to a comfortable suite where the furnishings are meticulously detailed. The spacious rooms, decorated with designer furniture made from precious materials, create a unique atmosphere of relaxation and well-being, ensuring an unforgettable experience for the whole family.

For example, the Two-bedroom Family Studio at the five-star hotel in Milan offers two separate bedrooms, each with a private bathroom, one of which features an oversized shower. The spacious common area is perfect for shared relaxation, while the luxurious furnishings and modern amenities ensure an unforgettable stay.

The Two-bedroom Family Suite Garden, with its Italian design, offers a wonderful view of the garden. The spacious interiors include a cozy sitting area, two bedrooms with an elegant bathroom featuring porphyry or Carrara marble finishes.

Luxury Suite services and comfort

Each suite at Portrait Milano is equipped with a range of services designed to ensure maximum comfort and pleasure:

  • Lifestyle Team: A dedicated team is always available to meet every request, from recommendations for the best local restaurants to booking tickets for shows and events.
  • Spa and Wellness Center: Guests can relax and rejuvenate at the luxurious Longevity Spa in Milan, which offers a full range of personalized treatments and therapies.
  • Exclusive Dining: With various restaurants and bars like Rumore, 10_11 Ristorante, and Beefbar Milano, guests can enjoy exceptional culinary experiences, ranging from traditional Italian cuisine to international gastronomic offerings.
  • The Longevity Fitness: A modern gym is available to guests, complete with state-of-the-art equipment to stay in shape during their stay.

Family Vacation: What to visit in Milan

The city of Milan has always been the stage for some of the most fun and extravagant events in Italy, providing an engaging and out-of-the-ordinary experience for the whole family. Additionally, Milan is rich in monuments and sites that have the power to transport visitors back in time.

Here is a list of things to see in Milan with children:

  • The Duomo: An iconic landmark of the Lombard capital, the Duomo is a majestic Gothic cathedral that fascinates visitors of all ages with its towering spires and statues. It’s also possible to climb to the top for a breathtaking view of the entire city, where Art Nouveau style and modern skyscrapers blend to create a distinctive skyline.
  • Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II: Inaugurated in 1867 and designed by architect Giuseppe Mengoni, it is one of the oldest and most prestigious shopping centers in the world. Built between 1865 and 1877, it connects Piazza del Duomo with Piazza della Scala. It is an example of iron and glass architecture, with a cross-shaped structure and an octagonal dome. It houses luxury shops, historic restaurants, and cafes, and is an important meeting point and tourist attraction, often called the “living room of Milan” for its central role in the city’s social life.
  • Pinacoteca di Brera: Founded in 1809 by Napoleon Bonaparte, it is one of Italy’s main art museums. Located in the palace of the Academy of Fine Arts of Brera, the museum was created to educate students by collecting artworks confiscated during the Napoleonic campaigns. The collections include masterpieces by artists such as Raphael, Caravaggio, and Titian, and continue to grow through acquisitions and donations. Today, it is renowned for its exceptional collection of Renaissance and Baroque art and its role in preserving Italian artistic heritage.
  • Museo Nazionale della Scienza e della Tecnologia “Leonardo da Vinci”: This museum is a true paradise for children. Rich in interactive and fascinating exhibitions, the museum also offers a vast collection of machines designed by Leonardo da Vinci, sure to thrill every child. The museum also allows visitors to tour the Toti submarine and the aero-naval pavilion, providing fun while learning.
  • Teatro alla Scala: Known as La Scala, it is one of the most famous opera houses in the world. Inaugurated in 1778 with the opera “L’Europa riconosciuta” by Antonio Salieri, it was built according to the design of architect Giuseppe Piermarini to replace the Teatro Regio Ducale, destroyed by fire in 1776. La Scala has been the stage for numerous premieres of operas by famous composers such as Giuseppe Verdi and Giacomo Puccini. During World War II, it was heavily damaged by bombings but was rebuilt and reopened in 1946. Today, La Scala is renowned for its exceptional acoustics and high-quality opera productions, maintaining a prestigious position in the international music scene.
  • Castello Sforzesco and Parco Sempione: An iconic site in Milan, Castello Sforzesco was once the residence of the Sforza family and now is a historic site located in the city center. Today, it houses one of the city’s most fascinating museums, dedicated to the lives of dames, knights, dukes, and artists in the Milanese court of the 19th century. Adjacent to Castello Sforzesco is Parco Sempione, one of Milan’s largest and most famous parks, an example of an English garden with wide lawns, lakes, and winding paths. Inside, there are various attractions, including the Arch of Peace, the Civic Aquarium, the Triennale of Milan, Torre Branca, and it hosts cultural and recreational events throughout the year.