A few steps from via Montenapoleone and via della Spiga, between the Brera Academy and La Scala, in the heart of the city centre, a tastefully renovated 18th century Milanese palazzo houses the Bvlgari Hotel in Milan. The five-star hotel is located in a private street in the financial and cultural center of the city that, behind its austere facades, hides charming courtyards and unexpected green spaces. One example is the luxurious 4,000 square meter private garden, a natural extension of the nearby Botanical Garden and an oasis of serenity and relaxation where one can regenerate and escape from the hectic pace of the city.
The first news about the original layout of the garden of the Hotel Bvlgari are found in the Ruralium Commodorum by Piero de Crescenza, dated 1305.
In the hotel lounge we find a fireplace weighing 15 tons, made of black Zimbabwean granite.
It is possible to visit the adjacent Botanical Garden located inside the large Brera Palace which also houses the Pinacoteca.