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✓ City center map in the guest’s language. ✓ Fashion Passport: Discount card to receive an additional 10% off on outlet’s prices in the participating stores (not combinable with sales and promotions).
Complimentary shopping services of the customer’s choice:
✓ Hands-free shopping: This is the possibility for guests to do their shopping in the center before leaving their purchases at the shop. The shopping bags will be delivered to the lounge at the end of the day. ✓ Shopping bag drop-off: The guest will be able to leave his / her shopping bags directly at the Service desk, located at the Information Office.
Optional Paid Services - Transfer
Round trip from the hotel to Serravalle Designer Outlet in NCC. Pick-up hours and return at the guest’s discretion.
Optional Paid Services: One day with a personal shopper
Service offered at a special rate. Meeting with the personal shopper in the Serravalle Design Outlet Guest Lounge. •Image consulting •Shopping tour of the center Duration of four hours. At least seven days advanced booking. Available languages: Italian / English / Russian.
Via della Spiga
One of Italy's top shopping streets, this designer hotspot is home to big names including Bulgari, Hermès, Giorgio Armani, Roberto Cavalli, Dolce & Gabbana.
Via Monte Napoleone
Another upscale shopping destination in Milan, this street is flanked by designer shops such as Alexander McQueen, CHANEL, Dior, Versace, Burberry, Bottega Veneta.
Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II
One of the world's oldest shopping malls is housed in a four-story structure across the street from Park Hyatt Milano. Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II is home to Milanese luxury shops including Prada, Louis Vitton, Gucci.
The Corso Venezia is one of Milan’s most prestigious shopping streets, bordered by stately buildings in a multitude of architectural styles, from Renaissance to Art Nouveau. Many luxury brands have locations here.
Art & Culture
Pinacoteca di Brera
The main public gallery for showcasing artwork in Milan, Pinacoteca di Brera features works by Raphael, Giovanni Bellini, and Titian.
Santa Maria delle Grazie
From the outside, Santa Maria delle Grazie looks like a modest church and convent, but it’s also home to one of the most famous murals in the world: Leonardo da Vinci’s “The Last Supper.”
Triennale di Milano
Located in a city that celebrates ancient art, this contemporary art museum celebrates the present, with exhibits focused on modern photography, contemporary Italian design, urban planning, and more.
Duomo di Milano
This stunning Gothic-style cathedral—the fifth-largest church in the world—took nearly six centuries to complete. Be sure to head up to the roof, which is open to tourists for an additional fee and offers a stunning view of the Milan cityscape.
Once a fortress whose defense system was designed by Leonardo da Vinci, this imposing castle later became the home of the Sforza family, who presided over Milan during the Italian Renaissance. Today, this structure is home to seven museums, including the Museo d’Arte Antica, featuring classic da Vinci frescoes.
Villa Necchi Campiglio
Tour this impressive Italian villa, constructed between 1932 and 1935, and travel back in time as you marvel at authentic settings. An original tennis court, lavish pool, period furnishings, and two priceless art collections make this a must-see.