Parisian influence in the heart of Milan
Located in a secret courtyard in the heart of Milan, The Sister occupies a former 16th century monastery for nuns from which it takes its name.
The hotel, which opened in June 2020, was designed by entrepreneur Mauro Orlandelli, founder of the Six Project, which includes the Six Gallery art gallery and the Bistro Sixieme restaurant in the same building. The hotel was designed in collaboration with artistic director Samuele Savio and architects David Lopez Quincoces and Fanny Bauer Grung of the Quincoces – Drago studio.
The entire hotel is inspired by Parisian townhouses. The style is an eclectic mix of sophisticated furniture, timeless details, and contemporary elements that create a timeless, welcoming, and refined atmosphere. The color palette, typically Milanese in style with black, coral, red and gold is the backdrop to each of its rooms. The decoration mixes dark bricks, rich wood floors and Venetian terrazzo from Forest Design, carpets, textiles and velvet in warm and earthy shades.
The Sister consists of 9 rooms, each with their very own style with shades of navy blue and moss green. The furniture such as the orange velvet sofas and wooden screens are curated from the Six Gallery. Furniture has also been designed especially for the hotel: Uchiwa lamps by Ingo Maurer, chairs by George Nakashima, armchairs and benches by Pierre Jeanneret…
The Sister is the very definition of a boutique hotel, since everything can be bought. The gallery and the restaurant are located on the first floor around a central courtyard. The restaurant has a tropical and bohemian atmosphere with a palette of textures composed of dark ochres that contrast with the lush vegetation.
The Sister is a unique place where design, gastronomy, and art are one.
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We love The Sister for:
Double room from 160 € per night during low season.