Located in the heart of Milan fashion district, we show you a place to stay. Hotel Four Season one of luxury Milan hotels, a former 15th convent with interiors and exteriors feature frescoes, columns, and vaulted ceilings from days past, while marble, glass, and floral arrangements are recent additions. Where to stay in Milan? See why you should consider Four Seasons Milan hotel…
Sumptuous custom-loomed carpets and beautifully patterned Italian designer fabrics are signature Four Seasons Hotel Milan accents in our Deluxe Rooms. Each room’s individual look marries beauty with airy spaciousness and a gracious view of the main courtyard or private garden.
Showcasing the magnificence of the Hotel’s design, original elements in the Presidential Suite make it unforgettable. At the end of a long day in Milan unwind in the intimate yet spacious living area featuring a black marble fireplace followed with a soak in the suite’s private jacuzzi.
An elegant choice for relaxation or business, the Penthouse Suite offers private access and views of central Milan and the Duomo. Combine it with a Premium Room and an Executive Suite and all three will be connected by an internal, private staircase.
Iconic black and white 50s style furnishings with Kelly green accents distinguish the newly refurbished Fashion Suite. With the look of a chic city apartment, the Fashion Suite’s French doors open onto a spacious 25-square-metre (269-square-foot) private terrace, perfect for admiring the view.
Spacious with elegant Italian touches, our Premium Rooms have spectacular views to match — of the hotel’s tranquil inner Cloistered Courtyard or fashionable Via Gesù.
Four Seasons Executive Suite
Offering separate areas for work, sleep and relax, Four Seasons Executive Suites overlook the main courtyard, the smaller courtyards or the fashionable Via Gesù and are perfect for extended stays or entertaining clients in the city.
Exceptionally luxurious, the Renaissance Suite’s design elements are cozy and comfortable. Be enveloped in the romantic-style wooden canopy bed, bathe in a full marble bathroom and meditate on the view from three large windows overlooking the main courtyard.
Fashionable locals gather at La Veranda restaurant in Milan, offering innovative Mediterranean and local cuisine, as well as a relaxing summer outdoor seating, all enriched by the seasonal, fresh ingredients. Vegetarians will have the chance to enjoy our fully compliant dishes, and a colourful menu.
It’s a city best known for its luxury offerings, so when it comes to places to bed down, we wouldn’t expect anything less than the best from Milan. And as one of a handful of legendary hotels in the region, the Four Seasons is doing its bit to stay on top of the game with the launch of two new suites dressed by designer Pierre-Yves Rochon.
Best known for his sumptuous interiors in a string of properties from The Savoy in London to The Peninsula in Shanghai, Rochon imprinted his signature grandeur on the Royal Suite, which occupying the entire fifth floor of the hotel, is accessible by a dedicated lift.
The new rooms follow the makeover of the hotel’s spa, which, designed by Spanish architect and designer Patricia Urquiola, has been transformed into a chic urban oasis housed under the cosy vaulted ceilings of the building’s former wine cellar. With a 14-metre lap pool, Turkish baths and tailored treatments, guests may never want to leave.
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