Pay for three consecutive night stays receive a fourth for free
Dress code at the Four Seasons' restaurants is smart casual
Lunch reservations are required at La Veranda
Parking on site
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Old World architecture meets contemporary interior design and gastronomy in the heart of Milano
The Four Seasons Milano lives in a converted 15th-century cloister, adapted to include clean, modern interiors by San-Francisco-based designers BAMO. The hotel's 118 guestrooms, public areas and restaurants maintain the building's rich architectural details: vaulted ceilings, restored frescos, columns and elaborate relief work. Bright-green accents and orange upholstered pillows add a fresh touch, while modish carpets and window treatments bring the historical features into the modern age.
Bed & Bath
Find a palette of rooms to choose from, each uniquely designed and filled with luxury details. Even the most basic rooms have custom sycamore-burl and pear wood furniture and Fortuny fabrics, while cloister suites have garden views or their own private gardens. Throughout, guests will find fine Frette linens, heated marble floors and original 15th-century architectural details (think colorful Renaissance frescos).
The newest amenity rolling out at Four Season Milano is a luxury spa designed by Partricia Urquiola, complete with a sleek, aquiline lap pool. Beyond relaxation, gustatory delights can be found at La Veranda, where Chef Sergio Mei serves up contemporary Mediterranean fare and afternoon tea, all overlooking the expansive gardens. A relaxed, chic lounge, Il Foyer, rewards tired travelers with a stylish nightcap and, in winter, a warm fire.
In the Area
Within walking distance of the centrally located property are several cultural institutions, including the Museo dell'Ottocento's 35 marble rooms of masterful works by Gauguin, Cézanne, Matisse and Picasso. The Fondazione Prada, co-chaired by Miuccia Prada, features cutting-edge contemporary works in a modern exhibition space. And the area doesn't lack for excellent lunch and dinner spots, like top picks Ristorante Cracco and the classic Trattoria Milanese, where perfect pastas are best accompanied by local Lombardia wines.