words by Marie-Pauline Cesari

We were fortunate enough to discover the Max Brown Missori Hotel in Milan, nestled in the heart of the city, just a stone’s throw away from the iconic Duomo Square. This boutique hotel, part of the Max Brown Hotels brand, opened its doors in early February, and our recent stay was nothing short of delightful.

Upon stepping into the lobby, we were captivated by the ambiance and thoughtful design. The pool table, exquisite art pieces, and a curated selection of books created a welcoming atmosphere that set the tone for a memorable stay.

The rooms at Max Brown Missori are a testament to the commitment to comfort and playful design at great value, and each space exudes charm and coziness. We particularly appreciated the hotel’s decoration, thanks to the collaboration between Amsterdam-based interior designer Saar Zafrir and Sircle Collection’s in-house design team, resulting in a vibrant 1970s-inspired décor featuring warm colors and vintage details.

The central location allowed easy exploration of Milan’s bustling fashion and design hub, offering proximity to iconic landmarks, diverse shopping districts, and vibrant nightlife – a perfect location for those seeking to discover the city.

Many rooms provide views of the iconic Milan landmark Garage delle Nazioni, creating an immersive experience in the city’s rich heritage.

A highlight of our stay was the inclusion of a beautiful breakfast each morning, not to mention the staff members, who were exceptionally friendly, contributing to the warm and welcoming atmosphere of the hotel.

Our experience at Max Brown Missori was a perfect blend of comfort, style, and convenience, making it our go-to choice for future trips to Milan.