Italy just got a lot more luxe today, thanks to the opening of Mandarin Oriental, Milan.
Housed housed within four redesigned 18th century buildings, the new hotel offers 104 rooms and suites on Via Andegari, just a few steps away from the fashionable Via Manzoni and Montenapoleone.
There’s much to love about this new hotel, like its fine dining restaurant, Seta, presided over by Chef Antonio Guida, formerly of the two Michelin starred restaurant Il Pellicano, in Tuscany, which will offer sophisticated, contemporary dishes combining French, Asian and Tuscan influences. We’re also excited about the intimate spa, which will offer six treatment rooms, two couple’s suites, a dedicated Thai massage room and a special hair salon, mani-pedi studio and beauty area, plus an indoor heated pool and fitness center.
The rooms themselves are classic, yet residential in style, and among the city’s largest.
Rates start at $764 per night with up to a $328 credit for the spa or dining per stay with the “Experience Milan” opening offer.