Arriving at the luxurious Four Seasons Hotel Milan I realised that I was actually in the best location anyone can stay in the city. An urban oasis in the heart of Milan’s shopping district. Being a former convent, this stylish and sophisticated hotel, keeps a strong character that really makes it stands out.
The 15th-century cloister and courtyard gives a peaceful and harmony touch.
At the elegant lobby and lounge you can still see some parts of the original frescoes and the light from the big windows,overlooking the yard, illuminates perfectly the whole space.
Getting into the spacious room, on the highest floor of the hotel, I looked outside the window where i could see the courtyard.It was a haven of peace and tranquility. The timeless Italian design of the room was an eminently palatable blend of old-world luxury and high-design modernity, with the high standard of service and comfort . The spacious marble luxurious bathroom has amazing Aqua di parma toiletries.
The delicious breakfast can be served in your room or at the “La Veranda ” restaurant where are also tables at the garden making it the perfect spot not only for breakfast but also for lunch or dinner.
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After a long day out in Milan’s most famous sightseeing,that located just a stone throw away from the Four Seasons,it was time for the absolute relaxation at the spa.
Enter a sanctuary of calm, where soft, sleek modernity is blended with 19th-century vaulted ceilings and automatically it will embrace you in warmth and comfort. Enjoy an unforgettable luxurious facial or body experience.
Located in a neighbourhood in the heart of the city that’s bustling by day and peaceful at night, Four Seasons Hotel Milan promises an unforgettable stay while holding on to its history providing world-class accommodations.
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Great work Simo. Lorenzo
Thank you very much Lorenzo! I really appreciate it! 🙂