Gay Milan – Milan Travel Guide Travel Guides > Italy > Gay Milan – Milan Jessica Benavides CanepaIn a country renowned for its contributions to art, fashion and science, Milan is bursting with creative flair both past and present, seducing the senses with chic design, timeworn yet timeless architectural styles and unparalleled panache. Where futurism was founded, Milan has a history of trailblazing; aside from Valentino, Moschino, Miu Miu and Armani, Milan also gave us the world’s greatest examples of Gothic, Baroque and Renaissance art à la Leonardo da Vinci, Caravaggio and Bramante. Marvel at the city’s cathedrals, opera houses and palazzos as they meld seamlessly with bohemian boutiques and voguish bars. No place is perfect however and orthodoxy holds up the pursuit of LGBT rights across Italy. In Milan however, the queer scene is defiantly alive, particularly in Via Lecco and Via Sammartini. For your definitive Milan gay guide, you’ve come to the right place. Feel like getting away? Take a trip planned just for you, and let us do all the work. Discover Trip Design Hotels Things to do Things to see Food & Drink Shopping Nightlife Trip Design The best hotels in MilanLet’s start this gay Milan travel guide with a roundup of the best hotels in Milan. Featuring spectacular views over the Piazza del Duomo and cutting-edge, bespoke bedrooms created by a collective of leading local designers, a stay at the understated yet opulent Townhouse Duomo will be a stay to remember. More than just a hotel, guests can enjoy Michelin-star dining at Felix Lo Basso Restaurant followed by a nightcap at the chic Terrazza Duomo 21. Or walk the rooftop path at Highline Gallery, crossing over into the famed Vittorio Emanuele Gallery. Michelin stars are rife in the city, with the chef at Porta Volta’s Hotel VIU Milan also carrying. In addition to stellar cuisine, VIU boasts a rooftop pool, modernist designer rooms and vertical forest architecture just minutes from an array of Milan points of interest, such as the futuristic Gae Aultenti Piazza and the Brera art district.Also in Milan’s historic heart is the retro-mod Room Mate Giulia fit for even the most design-conscious urban travellers. Cutting-edge yet surprisingly homey, this stylish stay spoils guests with extra-convenient amenities such as leisurely breakfast until noon and Wi-Fi coverage around the city. Minutes from upmarket shopping streets on via della Spiga, lies the Senato Hotel Milano, an urban oasis of bespoke style and glitz. Hosting a marble-lined entrance extending through the book-lined hallways and leading to a tranquil inner courtyard, the Senato is a place of understated chic, also home to a retro-chic café and a minimalist rooftop lounge, ideal for sunny breaks.Built atop a former perfume factory, the Magna Pars Suites Milano combines equal parts high-tech innovation and eco sensibilities in a sophisticated multi-tiered, loft-style space of steel and glass. Inside you’ll find minimalist design enhanced by cutting-edge furnishings, snippets of colour and subtle olfactory triggers in each room from jasmine to patchouli. The Da Noi In restaurant, run by 2-star Michelin chef Fulvio Siccardi, entices with creative takes on regional ingredients in a relaxing space featuring a fragrant interior garden. Room Mate Giulia Senato Hotel MilanoThank you for reading Mr Hudson.Subscribe to Travel Guides or log in to continue reading. Subscribe now Log inSpecial SelectionExclusive Mr Hudson offersOut now from gestaltenMr Hudson Explores Browse the Book Explore more The best Sardinia beaches and where to stayPastel villages inlaid among fortified hills bordered on all sides by the Mediterranean Sea, Sardinia is certainly one of Italy’s most charming island offerings. Follow us as we uncover the best beaches in Sardinia and the top hotels lining the way. Read story > TownHouse Duomo - your gay-friendly hotel in MilanIn the heart of Milan, you and your partner will not miss anything: with a wide range of possibilities, the TownHouse Duomo is located a few steps from the Porta Venezia district and from Via Lecco, where the Gay Street and several gay clubs are located. Read story > Gay Naples Naples Travel GuideNaples has it all – layer upon layer of history, dedicated fashionistas cruising on Vespas through sun-drenched piazzas, simple but sublime cuisine, and, of course, UNESCO certification as the birthplace of pizza. To access this content, you must purchase Travel Guides subscription. Explore > Subscribe to our newsletterYou can unsubscribe at any time by clicking the link in the footer of our emails. We use Mailchimp as our marketing platform. By clicking below to subscribe, you acknowledge that your information will be transferred to Mailchimp for processing.