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Spectacularly framed with living greenery, the 124-room Hotel Viu Milan boasts an outdoor swimming pool with stunning 360-degree views and an enviable location between Milan’s new financial district and the city center. The hotel stands out not only for its exterior’s spectacular “vertical garden”, but for a façade featuring floor-to-ceiling glass windows that bathe the interior in light. Inside, blended colors and textures, including parquet oak flooring and dark wood, contrast perfectly with light colors and fabrics, highlighting the hotel’s timeless design. Whether it’s a rooftop brunch, sunrise and sunset yoga courses, Michelin-starred chef Giancarlo Morelli’s authentic Milanese cuisine, a personal shopper, or live DJ sets, the Hotel Viu Milan never fails to inspire its guests with sensual experiences befitting this energized city.
MADE BY ORIGINALS
Brothers Antonio and Tommaso Viscardi took the reins of their Milan-based family business, Viscardi Hotels, with one overriding goal: to create their shared vision of what a five-star hotel should be like. While Antonio was a professional golfer in his youth and Tomasso became a pilot, both brothers attended the Bocconi University Milan to study Economy and Commerce and Economy and Business Legislation, respectively, before going into hospitality after graduating.
ARCHITECTURE & DESIGN
Hotel Viu Milan is the city’s first hotel with a rooftop pool and 360-degree city views, as designed by Arassociati, the firm behind such landmarks as the German History Museum in Berlin, The Bonnefanten Museum in Maastricht, and Milan’s Linate Airport. Mirroring the neighboring Bosco Verticale—Milan’s famous “vertical forest” towers—Hotel Viu is wrapped in greenery thanks to its own “vertical garden”, and wears a mostly glass façade of floor-to-ceiling windows. Inside, the design is characterized by warm colors and textures, parquet floors, dark wood Molteni furniture, marble, and acid-treated metals.