The Katara suite, Excelsior Hotel Gallia, Milano.

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Katara suite, Excelsior hotel Gallia.

Among Milan’s top end luxurious hotel suites that keep up the city’s pride of begin the unrivaled fashion capital of the world, the Katara of the Excelsior Hotel Gallia is the winner of the prestigious World’s Best Suite Award 2016 – bestowed upon it by none other than an eminent panel of international jurists of the globally renowned World Travel Awards group that has been benchmarking excellence in tourism and hospitality since its founding in 1993.

Designed by Marco Piva, a celebrated Italian architect with a portfolio of coveted designs, the suite is currently the largest in Italy spanning an expansive 10,764 sq.ft area purposefully embellished with handpicked textures and material to reflect the Milanese lifestyle – and came about after an extensive study of the hotel’s location, history and people’s memories.

The suite is reported to be a dazzling melange of refined architecture, lighting and style with two terraces, four bedrooms that can accommodate eight adults, a lavish living space, a private meeting area, a kitchenette, a diplomatic entrance  among other opulent offerings adorned with chandeliers, french crystal and furnishings from top end Italian designer. Its main highlight is its ultra stylish pagoda style spa which has a Jacuzzi underneath a dome – and comes with a Turkish bath and a sauna.

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