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One of Milan’s newest boutique hotels, the Room Mate Giulia Hotel responds to its surroundings in thoughtful and delightful ways.

Milan’s Room Mate Giulia Hotel is a boutique 85-room hotel that speaks to its city. Despite being one of a group of Italian hotels, Milan’s Room Mate Giulia has a distinctive visual flavor that cleverly reflects the city in which it sits.

Situated just a stroll away from the Piazza del Duomo, the 85-room hotel occupies a building that dates back to the late 19th century. Its contemporary design elements mirror Milan’s classic architecture; the pink marble in the lobby, for example, is the same as that used in the Duomo. Elsewhere, a curved wall of terracotta is reminiscent of the characteristics of Milan’s older buildings, while the furnishings both nod to the city’s mid-century legacy and fill the rooms with bursts of color.

Room Mate Giulia Hotel
Via Silvio Pellico 4
20121, Milan
Italy

The slick marble contrasts with a curved wall of terracotta, reminiscent of some of the features on Milan’s oldest buildings.

The slick marble contrasts with a curved wall of terracotta, reminiscent of some of the features on Milan’s oldest buildings.

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