UNAHOTELS Mediterraneo MilanoVia Lodovico Muratori 14
20135 Milan, Italy
Newly restyled, this elegant 4-star hotel is ideally situated in a lively part of the city, just moments away from various transport links and within a short walk of Milan’s most treasured attractions.
With contemporary and refined rooms and suites, a popular Mediterranean-inspired restaurant, three functional meeting rooms and an extensive selection of tailored services, UNAHOTELS Mediterraneo Milano offers warm Italian hospitality and urban practicality for business and leisure travellers alike.
Rooms and suites
UNAHOTELS Mediterraneo Milano offers 93 modern rooms with colourful, warm furnishings. The references to Mediterranean nature are evident upstairs, where the famous bright flower lithographs bz Andy Warhol line the hallways, accompanying guests to their rooms where nature literally seems to blossom.
Stylised cherry branches embellish the carpets and vines run delicately along the walls in a naturalistic evocation, culminating in Bloomy, the armchair designed by Patricia Urquiola that resembles an opening flower.
The colours and materials change, but not the sensation of naturalness and freshness in the bathrooms, where the use of crystals, green Alpi and white Carrara marble and steel taps with fluid lines recall the purity of the Mediterranean waters.
Meetings & evets
The UNAHOTELS Mediterraneo Milano hotel features 3 fully equipped meeting rooms with capacity for 49 event attendees. Filled with natural light, each of these attractive event spaces can be adapted to suit individual needs, while a team of experienced staff and a full range of services are available to ensure the success of your gathering.
Offering 93 hotel rooms, UNAHOTELS Mediterraneo Milano is located within a lively part of this cosmopolitan city. Located just 50 metres from an underground stop and minutes from Milano Rogoredo train station, it boasts a great location for meetings and events in Milan.
The UNA Restaurant offers the best in Mediterranean cuisine. The dining area was renovated to create the convivial atmosphere typical of Mediterranean hospitality. The bar is brightened by clusters of light by Michele De Lucchi for Artemide, and the big baskets on the large buffet table recall the red coral of this beautiful sea.
The unique finishing touch is Alessandro Mendini’s “Recinto” gallery tray for tabletop condiments.
Via Lodovico Muratori 14, 20135 Milan, Italy