0.56km from La Filetteria Italiana...in every sense of the definition of the word..... of the highest quality or degree. I booked through Hotels website. The accommodations are even better than they are represented in any of the fabulous pictures I saw. We had multiple messages back and forth with Alessandra Pinna Berchet, the beautiful lady in charge, who was with us for our entire stay to take care of any of our needs, recommendations, dinner reservations, or little things that might have needed fixing...... as this place is newly built of the highest standards of workmanship and materials, designed by the likes of those that could have built and designed the sleekest and fastest and sexiest of Italian sportscars. Marble floors throughout our huge suite, expertly placed and matched. Sumptuous materials, cottons, sheets, towels... everything was and is top shelf. Water, juices and a little bottle of Prosecco to welcome us in the room refrigerator, as well as an espresso/coffee maker, with a few bites of chocolate. They are located on the second floor, accessible by lift (elevator), with a front door tucked into the northern back corner of Piazza Carmine, 8 to 10 meters across from the left entry doors to the Chiesa di Sant Maria del Carmine. You are in the heart of Brera district, in Zone 1, steps away from the heart of the incredibly walkable central historic core of Milan. This is not a hotel with a lobby, with a restaurant and bar. You feel like you are walking into a building, with an apartment that you own. It is very private and quiet and for us... perfect. Great restaurants and cafes with dining on the street, are a stone throw away and a fabulous grocery store, a supermercato, with an impressive selection of wine and cheese is also just across Via Ponte Vitero, around the corner and to the right. I want to come back and stay for a month...at least... I miss Milan, and I rarely miss a city. I hope Alessandra will have us back, and then we can tell her of the wedding on Lake Como and the fellow from Piedmont who made ricotta, burrata and mozzarella before our eyes, drizzling the finest olive oil and shaving fresh truffles that he harvested with his dog the day before....... I guess I miss more than just Milan.