Vico Milano

Milan, Italy

Vico Milano

As we enter a new dawn for travel, small is undoubtedly beautiful and the demand for authenticity and personalised service is paramount. Neri Baccheschi Berti, whose family is behind the award-winning renowned Castello di Vicarello in Tuscany, has created a fashionable under-the-radar hangout from which to explore Milan.

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  • Drawing inspiration from the building’s history and the family’s strong design background - Aurora’s designer credentials and the couple’s former business importing antiques from Bali- the project is deeply rooted in Italian design with a modern Moroccan influence. Most of the furniture and artwork has been designed in-house and produced by Italian artisans with Persian and Afghan carpets and stand-out features such as a beautiful green marble bar, which serves cocktails and organic wine from the family-owned vineyard in Tuscany. There is also a curated library and sitting room for guests and locals alike to mingle. The concept of Vico Milano centers around being a stylish home-from-home; a place to work, meet and relax, so social spaces are a focus.
  • Vico Milano is home to seven suites, each of similar size apart from two larger suites. The rooms range in size from 25sqm–40sqm. The design of the suites is consistent with the hotel’s aesthetic, yet each bedroom has a distinct bed and bathroom, as well as unique furniture and works of art.

Wine & Dine

  • Vico Milano does not currently have restaurant on site, but guests are able to enjoy light, healthy bites, freshly squeezed juices and smoothies as well as cocktails, beer, wine and small bites in the bar, library or sitting room.


  • Bikes are available to use on a complimentary basis to explore the city and immersive local experiences will be offered, which are currently in development.
  • Guests also have exclusive access to Vico Milano’s boutique fitness area, furnished with state-of-the-art Technogym equipment. A versatile bench is also equipped with weights and resistance bands, allowing for hundreds of strengths and functional exercises. Cardio lovers can enjoy a morning run on the treadmill or join an on-demand spinning lesson on the bike.


  • Avant-garde Milanese


  • Rooms from € 260 / night
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Lovely restaurants

  • Giacomo Bistrot traditional Milanese food in a beautiful setting. Via Fontana 25
  • Langosteria Bistrot Italian seafood in a beautiful setting and fancy place. Via Savona 10

What to do

  • Art and design, shopping, architectural and cultural tour…everything you are looking for.


  • Positioned in one of the city’s most sought-after locations, Corso Genova 11, the boutique property is just a short walk to the Duomo and the fashionable district of Via Tortona, home to designer showrooms and a Milan Fashion Week hotspot.

Private Events

  • Vico Milano is available for private hire to host an event. The lounge, comprising of the green marble bar, kitchen, and Harman Kardon sound system allows for an ideal event space for various types of events or soirees. The entire property must be rented out in order to host private events.

Sister property

  • Vico Milano opened in 2021 as the sister-property to Castello di Vicarello, a historic 12th century boutique hotel in Maremma, Tuscany, owned by the Italian Baccheschi Berti family. Vico Milano is the passion project of Neri Baccheschi Berti, the son of Aurora and Carlos Baccheschi Berti, who has turned his vision of creating an ultra-boutique guesthouse in Italy’s most fashion forward city, into a reality. Much like Castello di Vicarello, family is at the very heart of this project with the building previously operating as the studio and showroom for Aurora’s fashion brand, Bungai. Prior to which it was a factory designing and producing legendary Legnano racing bikes.
  • Wine is available from Vico Milano’s sister property, Castello Di Vicarello in Tuscany, which is home to seven hectares of high-density, organically grown vineyards. The estate produces four varieties of organic wines; Cabernet Franc, Cabernet Sauvignon and Petit Verdot, which were each chosen to honor the classic wines of Tuscany, and Sangiovese, a stable of Tuscan winemaking is blended with Merlot to create an alternative interpretation of the Maremma. The wine is made organically, with natural sulphur and copper being the only treatments used in production. This unique approach to production and the resulting quality has led to multiple awards and accolades, including 5 Grappoli di Bibenda, Super 3 Stelle Veronelli, Platinum Medal from Decanter UK and the Great Gold Medal at Concours Mondial de Bruxelles.

How to get there

  • Milan Linate airport is 25 minutes by car to Vico Milano and Milan Malpensa is 45 minutes by car. This year, a new tube line will connect Linate Airport with the hotel.
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