I am just back from another trip in Europe and found myself comparing the hotel on this trip to the Milan Four Seasons, and it made me realize how superior the Milan Four Seasons was. I realize this review is late, but I can't imagine that things have changed that much since then. I tend to notice everything badinhotels and there was nothing bad in this hotel. My room was fantastic - from the courtyard view, to the beautiful furniture, to the bathroom, to the Frette linens which appeared to be changed every day (including the duvet cover) - it was perfect. I especially appreciated the restaurant in the bar, where after a Bruce Springsteen concert I didn't look at the menu, I simply told the waiter what I felt like eating (simple pasta). I do this often with varying degrees of success (I like simple food) - and this was a huge success. This was a very expensive hotel to me (nearly $1000 a night because of the weak dollar) - but I have no doubt I will always remember my perfect stay.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Right in the heart of Milan's most beautiful inner city quarter, the Four Seasons Hotel Milano is just steps from Milan’s famed designer boutiques and magnificent Duomo cathedral. An easy chic feel presides of the hotel's lobby and Il Foyer’s intimate bar and lounge, serving cocktails created by the bar's resident Mixologist. The scene at Il Foyer is framed by granite pillars that once supported the church of a 15th century convent, and the space flows into restaurant La Veranda, specialising in unique award-winning Italian cuisine as well as international delicacies. Tables in the restaurant look onto a meditative view of an exquisite cloistered courtyard. The Hotel offers guests other surprising experiences from a seasonal Chocolate Room created entirely in chocolate to a theme; a Chef’s Table, traditional Milanese aperitivo and cooking classes inside the restaurant’s fabled kitchen, and one of the city’s most creative banquet catering teams. Fragments of frescoes, a beautiful emblem of the building’s sanctified past, create a meditative backdrop for the Hotel's relaxed elegant interiors interspersed with classic architectural flourishes. The Hotel’s 118 rooms and suites are appointed with distinguished diverse designs and offer views over the property’s tranquil manicured inner courtyards, the exclusive street of Via Gesù and typical neoclassical Milanese rooftops or neighbouring quiet private gardens. The Hotel’s newly designed Spa, a warm and tranquil space, fluidly constructed by Patricia Urquoila within the building’s historical architecture offers therapeutic treatments using the finest skincare products as well as a Turkish bath, swimming pool, one-of-a-kind Spa Suite and a 24-hour Fitness Centre. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- 4 Seasons Hotel Milano
- Four Seasons Milano
- Milan Four Seasons
- Four Seasons Hotel Milan