Town House 8
Between Milan’s famed Piazza del Duomo and world renowned La Scala Theatre lies Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II, the architecturally exquisite, glass-domed arcade and national monument home to Town House 8, an intimate and luxurious, 11-guestroom retreat. Nestled amid fashion powerhouses Prada, Gucci, and Louis Vuitton, the historic Biffi Caffè, and bustling Milanese activity, Town House 8 is an unparalleled boutique hotel boasting stunning décor, one-of-a-kind guestrooms, the acclaimed cuisine of La Sinfonia Restaurant, and nearly 150 years of history.
Built on the heels of Italian unification in the mid 1870s and remodeled by renowned Milanese architect Ettore Mocchetti, the hotel resides within Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II, a magnificent enclosed street between The Town Hall (Palazzo Marino) and Piazza Duomo, known affectionately as “Milan’s Drawing Room,” and is a thoughtful balance of contemporary aesthetics and historic craftsmanship, honoring both Milanese design and the hotel’s 1861 origins.
Town House 8 pampers guests with exceptional, custom accommodations, butler service, and an allure reminiscent of a private penthouse; meanwhile, offering unrivaled views of the Galleria, its four stories, and remarkable glass dome. Recognized as a global fashion and design capital, Milan has a rich cultural history, and the location of Town House 8, in the very heart of Milan, provides guests a prime starting point from which to explore the city’s stunning visuals and centuries of vibrant history.
Town House 8, a charter member of Historic Hotels Worldwide since 2011, dates back to 1876.
Via Silvio Pelico, 8
Milan, Italy 20121
The Victorian Era, 1837 ~ 1901
Between Milan’s famed Piazza del Duomo and world renowned La Scala Theatre lies Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II, the architecturally exquisite, glass-domed arcade and national monument home to Town House 8, an intimate and luxurious, 11-guestroom retreat.
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