Housed in a former 15th-century convent, this five-star hotel has a quiet location in the heart of Milan’s shopping district. Suites are set around a tranquil courtyard, while rooms look onto Via Gesù or neighbouring private gardens.
A host of delightful features from the past remain, including 15th century Renaissance cloisters and frescoes, and an 18th century impressive fireplace and superb neo-classical facade. Four Seasons Hotel Milan offers 118 spacious guest rooms and 51 suites surrounding a peaceful, landscaped courtyard. The Hotel’s guest rooms blend historic architectural details with contemporary Italian design.
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- Fast Internet
- Fine Dining
- Pets Allowed
- Executive Retreat
- Local Shopping
- City Tours
- Fine Dining
- Luxury Spa
Highlights & Reviews
- Renaissance Suite (suite #115) is a bright studio room with 17th century stuccoed ceiling and three large windows overlooking the Hotel's main courtyard. The predominantly white room has a king-size wooden canopy bed, a spacious lounge area with sofa seating, work-area with large wooden desk and walk-in closet. Uncluttered surfaces and Murano mirrors combine with exotic flowers and large plants to create an air of sophisticated minimalism. The marble bathroom is lit by daylight and includes a large vanity, European deep soaking tub, bidet, walk-in shower, heated marble floors and towel rack and steam-resistant mirrors.
- In the heart of Milan’s Quadrilatero district, home to the city’s most exclusive designer boutiques, the hotel has a discreet entrance on Via Gesù that opens up onto the bar and lounge.
- The hotel is housed in a beautiful 15th-century convent, with rooms set around a cloistered courtyard, wih geometric designs of boxwoods and laurels, in three interconnecting buildings. Original granite pillars and fragments of frescoes are visible; walls are embellished with 19th-century drawings.
- The inner courtyard is a particularly appealing spot for an aperitivo or post-prandial drink. Il Foyer bar serves light snacks and beverages throughout the day, while cocktails are available in the evenings. Adjacent to the bar is the convent’s old sacristy, with vaulted ceilings, where a fireplace is lit in winter. La Veranda restaurant serves Italian cuisine; on Sundays a Mediterranean-style buffet brunch is available for €75 (£54), with a selection of desserts laid out in the Chocolate Room, which is coated entirely with chocolate. Cooking classes are organised. The hotel is pet-friendly; pooch packages include dog-sitting services and canine menus.
Hotel AddressFour Seasons Milan
Via Gesu' 6/8
Milan, Lombardia 20121