Italian regional food traditions come from amazing histories and legends; local specialties were made with simple products grown by local farmers directly in their fields
There are traditions handed down with pride and passion from generation to generation. This is the case of the Albertario family of Milan, a dynasty in the world of leather goods for over a century for their talent and meticulous attention paid to each step of their work
Louise Fili, designer and world-renowned New York artist proud of her Italian origins, at the age of sixteen, visited the Bel Paese and fell in love with its multifaceted characteristics.
The real luxury, today, is the exclusivity. The concept of "only I have it. To the world." A concept that goes beyond any approval and the globalization of taste. Leu Locati has made this concept its philosophy.
Suite 105 is much more than a simply, luxury suite. It is an experience. You do not enter just the most spacious suite of the Hotel et de Milan. You enter what was the apartment, where Giuseppe Verdi, the Master, lived for many different periods over twenty years, from 1872 to 1901, the year of his death.
In one of Milan's most symbolic roads, in Via Manzoni, a few steps from La Scala Opera House, is the Hotel et de Milan. This 19th century building, with its classic, warm and inviting setting, is at the corner of the boutique district, the crossroads of history and tradition.