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Hotel Armani Milano
Hotel Armani MilanoHotel Armani Milano is located in the posh area brand shops Fashion Square, just 150 meters from the metro station Montenapoleone. Personal Concierge will escort guests to the elegant modern room. The building was designed by Enrico Griffin and built in the 1930s. The rooms are furnished with Armani Casa, equipped with LCD TV and satellite channels and docking station for iPod. Bathrooms are finished with stone or marble and are equipped with shower and a mirror, transparent from one side. Link Information

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