Four Seasons Hotel Milano

A 15th century convent converted into an urban sanctuary of luxury and comfort.

by 25 January 2015

Built in the 15th century as a convent and surrounding a colonnaded cloister, the Four Seasons luxurious retreat is often cited as Milan's best hotel. A quiet haven from Milan’s inner city bustle the Four Seasons Milano certainly exudes a feeling that is anything but urban.

The interior is a successful fusion between historical details with timeless Italian design. The 118 luxury hotel rooms offer chic and inviting interiors in a variety of sizes. Designed around striking original 15th century architectural details each room is individual, and some come with balconies looking onto the glassed-in courtyard.

Underscoring the tranquil surrounds, the Four Seasons signature service is quiet and attentive as you relax, dine and celebrate among Milan's most beautiful and historic spaces. Il Foyer bar and lounge is located in the original convent church, offering light snacks and cocktails. Gaze at the Camino walls adorned with a collection of sketches that Filippo Peroni, a famed opera set designer and costumer of the nineteenth century, made for Teatro Alla Scala. In the winter, a glowing fire creates a warm and welcoming atmosphere and there is even live piano entertainment on most evenings. Fashionable locals gather at La Veranda restaurant, offering innovative Mediterranean and local cuisine, as well as a relaxing summer outdoor seating. Using local and seasonal ingredients enjoy some luxury Italian classics, from the white truffles of Alba, stuffed courgette flowers and risotto Milanese (risotto with saffron).

Slip away from it all and immerse yourself in the sleek urban spa. Choose from a delectable range of massage, facial, nail and body treatments luxurious treatment rooms, including a spa suite.

In the heart of Milan's upscale shopping district, this hotel is the perfect location for serious shoppers.

Four Seasons Hotel Milano

Via Gesù, 6/8, Milan

+39 (0) 2 770 88

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