A tranquil history sets the mood at this urban sanctuary in the fashion core of Milan.
Dating back to the 15th century, this former convent features a cloistered garden and a superb location between Via Montenapoleone and Via della Spiga. Four Seasons has long been known for its discreet, luxurious service and amenities, and this location is no exception, from the remnants of history preserved throughout the property to the deliciously modern spa, designed by Patricia Urquiola in soothing gray and cream tones.
With just 118 guest rooms and suites, this boutique property ensures exclusivity. The sophisticated accommodations incorporate original architectural details and showcase classic Italian design enhanced with the rich use of Fortuny fabrics. All accommodations come with flat-screen TVs with DVD players, deep soaking tubs, heated marble bathroom floors, iPod docking stations and twice-daily housekeeping. Executive Suites are excellent for extended and business stays, and the Fashion Suite its home city with city bright, chic mid-century décor.
The Four Seasons' signature restaurant, La Veranda, serves modern Mediterranean fare, while the Foyer Bar (in the convent's former church) offers a warm atmosphere for quiet socializing. Nearly 9,000 square feet of meeting and event space includes a ballroom for up to 400 banquet-style. Facilities are all on the same level, grouped around a sunken courtyard, combining form and function for conferences and social gatherings.