The Four Seasons Milan, ideally located in the city centre in the heart of the most important fashion district and of the business district, combines the unique character of a 15th century convent beautifully restored and contemporary design and furniture. The rooms are among the largest in the city. The high quality of the service, the 24 hour Concierge services for guest inquiry in and out of the hotel, the 24 hours room service as well as the professionalism of the staff make this hotel truly unique. The restaurants serve high quality food.
Tucked quietly away between via Montenapoleone and via della Spiga, the two most exclusive designer shopping streets in Italy, the Four Seasons Milan is one of the two most luxurious hotel in Milan and occupies one of the most sought after locations in the heart of the country’s cosmopolitan fashion capital.
A former convent, the building itself has been cleverly and impeccably restored, giving this luxury hotel a rare combination of modern style and historic elegance.
A favorite meeting spot, both for guests and the Milanese themselves, the lobby and bar of the Four Seasons Milan – built on the site of a 15th century chapel – are definitely among the places to see and be seen in Milan. The contemporary refurbishing project sits very nicely with the historical character of the building.
The addition of reflective mirrors and gold mosaic cocktail tables adds a sparkle to the atmosphere. The suggestive yellow-green tones of the furnishings contrast with dark, curvaceous sofas in silk and velvet and the graphic “zebra” patterned carpets. More comfort for guests, more room for socializing.
Beyond the lobby, the Sala Camino with its splendid noble fireplace in sandstone now possesses bold red tone. Rich red walls, adorned with a collection of sketches made by Filippo Peroni for the Teatro alla Scala opera house, make for a mood of refined elegance. The Chinese-style tables in dark woods provide an interesting contrast. The vaulted ceiling was left untouched and is decorated with original frescoes dating back 500 years. The room has an inviting glow, a cozy warmth that almost compels one to stay just a bit longer.
The newly added furniture and décor provide a striking contrast with the hotel’s intriguing history and 15th century frescoes and serve to confirm the truly unique character of the lobby and the Sala Camino. All changes were made in keeping with the spirit of the place and its original and unique character.
For those who enjoy exercise, the Four Seasons Milan has a fitness room which is free of charge. In the evenings guests can dine in one of the hotel’s two restaurants. “La Veranda” is open all day long.
With only 118 bedrooms and suites, no two are alike. Most of the spacious deluxe rooms face the peaceful cloistered courtyard of the hotel.