Milan, Italy

Hotel Viu Milan is a "green tower" with a stunning rooftop terrace, a Michelin-starred chef and a world of design. It attracts the city's creative minds and movers and shakers.

The interiors are both soothing and surprising thanks to the mix of colors and textures.
Parquet oak floors and dark wood contrast perfectly with light colors and fabrics, highlighting the hotel's timeless design and Molteni furniture. Many of the bathrooms feature a sliding wall of walnut, hardwood, and rosewood that creates a geometric tapestry of natural tones when light enters through the floor-to-ceiling windows in each room.

Vertical gardens flank the expansive glass façade of the cuboid-shaped structure, which consists of floor-to-ceiling windows.
Thanks to the vertical gardens flanking the expansive glass façade of the cuboid-shaped building, this extraordinary building immediately stands out as a work of contemporary eco-friendly architecture. Interior architectural highlights include a Gio Ponti-inspired fireplace in the lobby.

Guests and locals alike are drawn to the culinary wonders of famed Italian chef Giancarlo Morelli.
Morelli's explosive energy and inspiring sensibilities are behind the eclectic and distinctive gourmet Milanese dishes at the hotel's restaurant that bears his name. Morelli also creates the international cuisine served at the hotel's Bulk Mixology Food Bar and Rooftop Terrace Bar.


  • Swimming pool
  • Air conditioner
  • Wifi / WLAN
  • TV / Satellite system
  • Food & Drink
    Morelli: Milanese cuisine, Bulk Mixology Food Bar: international cuisine and rooftop terrace bar.
  • Spa & Recreation
    Spa, fitness room, pool, Tesla driving experience
  • Conference & Meetings
    All F&B rooms are available for private events
Milan, Italy


The redevelopment of Porta Volta, named after a gate of the 16th century city wall that once surrounded the city, is a typically Milanese project that takes themes of local urbanism and architecture and creates new landmarks for this stylish city, such as the "square of the future" Piazza Gae Aulenti. The Feltrinelli Porta Volta project, for example, will bring to the city not only a large green lung (11,000 square meters, to be exact), but also cafés, restaurants and stores, as well as a library with historical archives. Probably the most famous historical structure in the area, however, is the Cimitero Monumentale - a 62-hectare area with tombs of all kinds of architectural styles, from Egyptian, neo-Romanesque, Byzantine to Art Nouveau and even postmodern.