Steps from the Duomo and Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II, Park Hyatt Milan occupies one of the finest pieces of real estate in the Italian city. Originally built in 1870 and formerly a bank and a palazzo, the hotel has reopened its doors after a two-year US $20 million makeover that has seen interior spaces completely reimagined in keeping with the historical setting and character of the building.
A delicate and neutral palette creates a feeling of understated elegance throughout the 106 guestrooms and 25 suites which, along with the common areas, balance contemporary design and historical identity. Signature suites, which include four Terrace Suites, the Presidential Suite and the Duomo Suite, boast panoramic terraces overlooking the rooftops of Milan and artworks by contemporary Italian painters. Interiors by Venice-based design firm Uno Contract feature custom furnishings made with Italian materials such as Breccia Mdicea marble, medici pebbles and hand-blown glass light fixtures, with warm-toned oak parquet flooring underfoot.
New fine dining restaurant Pellico 3 Milano, designed by architect Flaviano Capriotti, taps into the culinary traditions of France, Spain, Greece and Italy, while the new-look AQVAM Spa is home to a Turkish bath and a Jacuzzi bath embellished with gold mosaic, and offers treatments using 111SKIN skincare products.
WHAT: Park Hyatt Milan
WHERE: Milan, Italy