Not just luxurious but elegant and centrally located as well, the Bianca Maria Palace is also one of the best pet friendly hotels in Milan!
The hotel welcomes pets at a charge of €30.00 per day. This is an unmissable opportunity, a unique option for anyone looking for somewhere to stay with their 4-legged friend.
Thanks to the Bianca Maria Palace, you won’t have to worry any more about leaving your cat or dog in a kennel or cattery far away from their beloved owners. You can bring them with you and have them stay with you in your room.
In addition to this, you will have the convenience of staying in a hotel that is very centrally located. Finding us is easy: We are just 6 kilometres from Milan’s Linate airport and 1.5 kilometres from the Piazza Duomo, close to both the Palestro and Crocetta Metro stops.
Amongst the hotels that do accept animals in Milan, the Bianca Maria Palace is certainly one of the most convenient when it comes to location.
If you don’t want to leave your pet behind, you can take advantage of the hotel’s proximity to the city centre and take your four-legged friend with you for a gentle stroll. It is easy to get to all the places that are ideal to visit on foot with your furry friend.
Let’s start with the Duomo – which, of course, doesn’t allow animals inside. But, the iconic square in front of the cathedral is the perfect place in which to let them play and enjoy having some outdoor fun with you.
You can also indulge in a relaxing stroll to the Navigli (Milan’s canal system), maybe alongside the Naviglio Grande and the Naviglio Pavese to breathe in Milan’s special atmosphere and then enjoy a rest on the dockside (known as the Darsena).
From the selection of parks, we would highlight a visit to the Lambro which has areas that are specifically for pets, the Indro Montanelli public gardens with its Mobility Dog Park, Park Sempione with a 6,000 square metre dog friendly zone that’s equipped with games and divided into two separate areas – one for larger and one for smaller dogs.
And, last but not least, there are the museums. Access for pets is available at the Hangar Bicocca, the Museo del Fermo Immagine and the Carla Sozzani Gallery.