Hotel Indigo Milan – Corso Monforte arrives in Italy’s fashion capital

Hotel Indigo

InterContinental Hotels Group (IHG) has inaugurated its third Hotel Indigo-branded property in Italy, in the world’s fashion capital, Milan.

Hotel Indigo Milan – Corso Monforte is centrally located close to the notable fashion district, close to some of the most recognised high-end fashion designers including Prada, Armani and Dolce & Gabbana. The new 75-key hospitality gem offers a gateway to discover some of the world’s most inspiring neighbourhoods and locations, drawing from the local area to inspire every aspect of each of its facilities, from intriguing design to locally inspired menus.

Thrilled with the inauguration, general Manager, Hotel Indigo Milan – Corso Monforte, Mauro Fiore said: “It’s very fitting to have opened our doors just in time for Milan fashion week in September one of the city’s most vibrant and exciting events. The hotel is a great example of how Hotel Indigo takes inspiration from the local neighbourhood into its design philosophy and is the perfect choice for those looking to explore Milan and immerse themselves in the fashion history of the city.”


Hotel Indigo Milan – Corso Monforte closely follows the opening of the highly anticipated Hotel Indigo Venice – Saint’Elena, the first IHG branded property on the island of Venice.

“Set to double its portfolio over the next three to five years, Hotel Indigo continues its strong growth as one of the largest boutique brands in this fast-growing segment,” managing director – Southern Europe, IHG, Eric Viale remarked. “We provide guests with the best of both worlds – the promise of a design-led hotel and the reassurance of a consistently upscale experience with the IHG name behind it.”

IHG’s portfolio consists of more than 109 Hotel Indigo properties globally, with more than 103 in the hotel pipeline, including Japan’s first Hotel Indigo – Hotel Indigo Hakone Gora – due to open later this year. In Europe alone, there are 32 hotels open in key neighbourhoods, with a further 19 due to open in the next three to five years.