MAGNA PARS SUITE
MAGNA PARS SUITES MILANO is the brainchild of the Martone Family, who refurbished their former perfume factory into a sophisticated all-suite boutique hotel that perfectly blends environmental sustainability and modern design and technology. Built in part using a number of reclaimed materials, the modern, state-of-the art structure is constructed around a lush garden that adds warmth and depth to the otherwise minimalist atmosphere.The juxtaposition of sleek industrial materials with the warmth of natural textures plays out in the use of steel, aluminum and glass, wooden flooring, leather seating, and the library’s shelves of vintage leather-bound books culled from antique bookshops and private collections from throughout Europe. As befitting its history, the hotel’s thirty-nine luxury suites are all named after various fragrant essences, and also showcase beautiful artworks reflecting those themes. The spacious living, bathing, and sleeping areas are distinguished by brushed oak flooring, locally made leather furnishings, modern fixtures, and exceptional Italian textiles.
Wet bars and forty-six-inch televisions complete the feeling of home away from home. When not relaxing in your room, you can hit the onsite gym and spa for a workout or treatment, take in the views from the large rooftop deck, relax with a book in the library, or explore the Tortona neighborhood, which is in the heart of Milan’s design and fashion district. Fashionable shops, boutiques, restaurants, and the city’s historic canals are all just a short walk from the hotel, as is the Porta Genova train station. Celebrate the day’s events with a cocktail at the Liquidambar, whose artisan-crafted copper entry door opens onto an elegant atmosphere with views of the garden. Dinner at the hotel’s Da Noi In restaurant is likewise a treat. With Michelin-starred chef Fulvio Siccardi at the helm, the kitchen produces beautifully crafted dishes that reflect his extensive international background as well as the ongoing refinement of the culinary traditions of his homeland.