Enclosed within the traditional Milanese palazzo courtyard lies Vico Milano, brought to life by Neri Baccheschi Berti. It’s situated along Corso Genova, a vibrant street rimmed with bakeries, cafes, bars, shops and restaurants to keep you busy throughout the day and the Duomo of Milan is only a twenty minute walk. The property was the former Legnano bike factory, bikes also made for the most important races such as the Tour de France, the Tour of Italy and many Classics. and later the showroom of Neri’s mother Aurora, who managed their family fashion brand during the 90s; hence fashion and art are deeply engraved in the hotel’s dna, reimagined by Neri and Sicilian architect Giuseppe Alito. All seven suites and common areas are beautifully presented with internationally sourced, prestigious artisan materials such as the Moroccan Zellige tiles from Fez, made to measure Tuscan and Sicilian furnishings, furniture by Lio Carminiati and Ammi, Indonesian tapestries from the 70s, Greek marble and Iranian carpets. Spread across two floors, the lower ground floor houses a library, a lounge, a small gym with a treadmill and spin bike as well as a speakeasy-style bar with a wine list featuring Bacceschi Bert award-winning wines produced at their country resort Castello di Vicarello and a wide selection of cocktails.