Anna Wintour, Selena Gomez, Karl Lagerfeld
Reason to Stay
Historic Building, Central Location, Media Crowd
The location couldn't be better, Four Seasons Milan is found within a converted 15th century convent that's in the epicenter of the city's retail and dining scene. A favorite of magazine editors during the biannual Fashion Week, the hotel features a removed atmosphere provided by the interior-facing complexity of the preexisting architecture. Interiors blend old and new worlds with period support columns amplified by exposed masonry detailing and a grand fireplace that roars in colder months. It's here that the more formal foyer bar located within the convent's old church offer evening piano and late night lounge service until 1am. The in-house eatery specializes in Mediterranean and local cuisine with views of the manicured gardens that occupy the courtyard. The in-house spa is one of the more architectural in the city, designed by Patricia Urquiol with indoor pool and treatment rooms cocooned in rich woods, creamy marbles and grey color tones.
A total of 115 rooms and suites provide an intimate backdrop for muted corridors with historic details. Entry-level superior rooms offer American sizing with décor trimmed in Fortuny fabrics with terracotta color palette and views facing Via Gesu. Junior suites offer the most unique dimensions with small balcony, integrated living area and preferable courtyard views. Top-of-the-line suites include the Brioni-penned Designer Suite with its lofty floor plan and modern Italian décor or the Royal Suite with its private access and grand terrace facing the rooftops of Milan and its Duomo.
Hip Clientele, Lobby Scene
Restaurant, Lounge, Bar, Spa, Hair Salon