You are really close to La Scala and Duomo in this marvellous four-star hotel, and even closer to Via Spiga, Via Manzoni and Via Montenapoleone - the celebrated streets numbering the most exclusive shops and haute couture designers, alongside the Modern Art Pavilion (Padiglione d'Arte Moderna), the Villa Reale and its gardens, the Poldi Pezzoli Museum and the extremely valuable collection of the Brera Art Gallery (Pinacoteca di Brera).
This is in an area which can be considered the Milanese 'Rive Gauche' or 'Village'.
The Hotel Cavour is ready to offer elegant areas where every corner has a little surprise, like the collectionof drawings for costumes for La Scala created by Giò Ponti. In addition, there are the welcoming bar, functional conference rooms and the famous restaurant Conte Camillo.
The Hotel Cavour has an elegant area in extensive architecture in a play of pillars, patios and stairs where the wait, the business meeting or relaxation become particularly pleasant and satisfying moments.
On entering the Hotel Cavour, there is an air of splendour, elegance and the grandiosity of the style which inspired this extremely central hotel, inaugurated in 1959 and conducted since then by the modern hotel entrepreneurial ability which has always been a feature of the Gallia family’s hospitality. Acquired through the experience of four generations, this is the art in which high quality of service is the symbol of a long, high level tradition, particularly appreciated today by dynamic and demanding clientele.
7 places for cars in the area reserved for the hotel, and a contract garage in Via Pontaccio, near the hotel.