Savona 18 by Cibicworkshop
Redesigned in 2017 by Cibicworkshop, this contemporary hotel is situated in Milan, Italy.
Description by Cibicworkshop
All rooms are different in size, ranging from 20 to 48 square metres, with different spatial layout and furniture. Each room has different furnishing elements, ranging from vintage to contemporary design items: original pieces such as 1930s radios, old typewriters and vintage gramophones, individually selected by the owners from local art galleries and in cooperation with a curator of vintage items. All items can be purchased by guests, along with the accessories furnishing the common areas. The suites overlook the charming inner courtyard.
Our comfort rooms are bright 20-square metre rooms with a double bed and a large bathroom. In all rooms, guests will be able to enjoy a complimentary coffee by using the Nepresso coffee machine provided. A wide selection of sweet and savoury snacks and a minibar are also available. In each room, guests will find an Ortigia line courtesy set, complete with shampoo, conditioner, shower gel, body lotion, two soaps and a shower cap. Other vanity sets such as a shaving kit, toothbrush and toothpaste kit and a sewing kit are available at the reception desk (on request).
The cosy, 30-square metre Home Suites consist of two rooms, with a double bed or twin beds, and a living area with a sofa bed and a table/writing desk, overlooking the hotel’s spectacular private courtyard. The following are complimentary for guests: a kettle for teas and herbal teas and a Nespresso coffee machine. Guests can enjoy a wide selection of snacks and they will also find a fully equipped minibar.
The elegant and functional Queen Rooms, measuring 30 square metres, consist of a single large room and feature a king size double bed. A Nespresso coffee machine is also provided, which is complimentary for guests. Guests can also enjoy tempting snacks and use the minibar.
-SAVONA VIEW SUITES
The spacious and sophisticated Savona View Suites, measuring 48 square metres, consist of two rooms: a double bedroom with a king size bed and a large living area. These rooms boast fantastic views of the famous and cosmopolitan via Savona. In all rooms, guests will be able to enjoy complimentary hot beverages by using the kettle for teas and herbal teas and Nepresso coffee machine provided. A wide selection of sweet and savoury snacks and a minibar are also available.
The spacious Studio Suites, measuring 40 square metres, consist of two rooms: a double bedroom and a living area with a worktable, which makes them ideal also for small business meetings. The Suites overlook the charming inner courtyard. The following are complimentary for guests: a kettle for teas and herbal teas and a Nespresso coffee machine. Guests can enjoy a wide selection of snacks and they will also find a fully equipped minibar.
Savona 18 Suites was converted from a typical housing of Milan, more than one century old, to a hotel and is therefore the result of a remarkable renovation project by designer Aldo Cibic, focused on preserving the architectural design of the historic building, i.e. a characteristic example of a Milanese courtyard representing the “style” of Milan’s residential housings with communal balconies, which were typical of the early 20th century. The prestigious Design Hotel, located in the Navigli district of Milan, not far from via Tortona, with its modern but gracious style, is ideally situated in one of the city’s most bustling and cosmopolitan districts, full of bars and restaurants, which today has become a landmark of design and fashion, hosting unique events that attract many visitors all year round. The hotel is furnished with a full range of fine design items by renowned designer Aldo Cibic.
A perfect balance between the retro architecture of the building, skilfully renovated without altering its original design, and contemporary furnishings and décor.
Each room of Savona 18 Suites has different furnishing elements: all vintage items are unique pieces, coming from Italy and other parts of the world, individually selected by the owners in cooperation with a curator of vintage items. During their stay, guests can inquire about the history of each item at the reception desk and may buy them if they wish. Below is a preview of the items in the rooms.
Photography courtesy of Blu Hotels