Do you know what Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II is ?… Or maybe you are a “first timer” in Milan? Let’s say that it is one of the most historical and prestigious structure in the heart of the city. Seven Stars Galleria Hotel is actually IN the Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II, you are “blessed” to be inside the landmark of the city once you step out your hotel … another rare opportunity you could get is relishing the hustle bustle of the most important Galleria exclusively from your breakfast room.

Tempting enough? … pretty satisfied? … nope, the story doesn’t end here fellas … after you “feed” and “baptize” yourself with the heart of Milano Experience, let us tell you another secret … this hotel loves dogs … accepts all sizes and breeds … you can also have a 6-legged breakfast as dogs are allowed in the restaurant area. Planning to do crazy shopping in “citta della moda” (the capital of fashion)? Don’t know where to put the stuff of your dog? Leave the dog stuff at home, “doggy kit”is provided by the hotel without any extra charge. Problem solved …, shop till drop and fill the space you have in your suitcase!

Celiac and people with food related allergies are fully considered here, in fact you can have your “special meal” at the restaurant, mention your request during the reservation and they will look after it. A reminder for you who travels by car, there will be no parking inside the hotel but they provide valet service with additional bucks. Just for your consideration, Milan is also a city for walking, you would enjoy and appreciate more the city by moving the green energy of your legs … 6 legs. What else … enjoy and spoil yourself with the luxurious and rare experience DOGether in the landmark of the city!


Address: Via Silvio Pellico 8 – map
Phone: (+39) 02 890 58297
M1 Duomo (red line), M3 Duomo (yellow line) Tram: 1, 14
Having the city “on your feet” … you will be able to do all what you want to. We suggest to “smell” Milano from the Duomo and the Galleria, “spend” your money at “Quadrilatero” and your energies at Parco Sempione.



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