Sharing your hotel with ornamental sheep might not seem an obvious style statement, but this Milan marvel puts the surreal into the sartorial. Created by Italian mega-brand Moschino, and housed in the city's first railway station, 65-room Maison Moschino teams haute couture allure with avant-garde decor. Illuminated mannequins light the lobby and beds are back-dropped by outsize frocks (wannabe Cinderellas should book the Sleeping in a Ballgown boudoir). Quirky touches continue in the restaurant, which serves Italian sushi, and the elegant Culti Spa, where treatments are inspired by beauty-boosting Brittany sea water. Make time to visit cutting-edge concept store 10 Corso Como nearby.
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