(Pics) Inside The Maison Moschino Hotel

(Pics) Inside The Maison Moschino Hotel

The fashion giant has transformed the Viale Monte Grappa 12 - a neoclassical railway station built 1840, with fairytale-inspired designs.

Claudia Cukrov
  • 6 august 2010

Fashion giant Moschino have transformed the Viale Monte Grappa 12  – a neoclassical railway station built 1840, into a sixty-five room hotel.  The hotel urges visitors to ‘expect the unexpected’ decking out their rooms with fairytale-inspired designs.  With each room telling a different story Moschino has added their trademarked stylish-quirk touches with teacup tables, a forest bedpost, a rose petal-covered bedspread and even a wolf creeping out of the bedcovers.

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