Bar Arrigo, as well as the rooms and the restaurant, bears the signature of Michele Bonan, a Florentine architect known for his tailoring skills and the guarantee of excellence in every detail of his works. Distinguished by high ceilings and simple and elegant furnishings, Arrigo offers its guests an intimate and refined place, ideal for an informal meal or an aperitif with friends.
The restaurant, located on the third floor of the building, consists of an important internal hall and a large terrace overlooking the Indro Montanelli gardens. The interiors incorporate the distinctive elements of the Cipriani venues characterized by simple decor and a bright environment. The menu offers classic dishes from the Cipriani tradition, including the iconic Carpaccio and the original Bellini, both invented by the founder Giuseppe Cipriani, and served for the first time in Milan.
Located on the top floor of the building, Socialista is inspired by the eclectic architecture of old Havana, with European colonial influences that blend harmoniously with 20th century modernity. The design, curated by Carlos Almada, is composed of elements of French antiques, wicker furniture, velvet and brocade, and is reminiscent of the typical stately home of 1940s Cuba.
The result is an environment full of romanticism, warm and colorful, available both day and night for meetings or after dinner cocktails with live music.
From the comfort of your room, you can savor your Cipriani favorites at every time of the day or night