Excelsior Hotel Gallia, a Luxury Collection Hotel, Milan

A 5-Star Art Deco Luxury Escape in Milan


  • Complimentary Daily Breakfast *For two guests per room
  • Early Check-In/Late Check-Out *Based upon availability
  • Complimentary room upgrade *Based on availability at check-in
  • Indigenous Welcome Amenity representing local area
  • Complimentary Basic Wi-Fi daily

Hotel offers are based on double occupancy and require advanced reservations. Room upgrades, Early Check-in/Late Check-out and other amenities are based on availability and are subject to availability. Additional terms and conditions may apply and are subject to change without notice.

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Excelsior Hotel Gallia has long been one of the most prestigious hotels in Italy, ever since its official opening on February 29, 1932. This architectural jewel of belle époque sophistication is a bona fide icon. For decades, it has remained the hotel of choice for Italy’s social elite. Today, that evocative legacy continues to inspire every detail. Stunning architectural features–including an impressive domed roof, attention-grabbing interiors and a modern new wing–have been cleverly styled by the local designer Marco Piva. The updates offer contemporary accents offset by timeless Milanese artisanal pieces and covetable Italian furnishings. The Excelsior Hotel Gallia stands at the beating heart and transit nexus of Milan, Italy’s progressive capital of fashion, design, gastronomy and commerce. The original building–a majestic Art Deco-era landmark built on the western edge of Piazza Duca d’Aosta, adjacent to Stazione Centrale–officially opened in 1932. A modern steel-and-glass tower designed by Marco Piva has been added to create a unique impression, blending past and present to forge an extraordinary synergy. Excelsior Hotel Gallia has long been a standout for its remarkable spirit and its prestigious pedigree, with luxuriously appointed guest rooms, fine dining, a world class spa and, of course, unbeatable proximity to not only Milan’s attractions but also all of Northern Italy.