The elegant Mandarin Oriental Milan hotel is only steps away from the La Scala Opera House in the Montenapoleone District of the city. This hotel is comprised of four 19th century buildings and there are 104 guest rooms and suites for travelers to stay in when they are visiting. Each room includes luxurious furnishings, 1950s Milan inspired artwork, marble bathrooms, and floor to ceiling windows that offer extraordinary views.
Guests will find that they can easily walk to many of the famous attractions in the city within fifteen to twenty minutes. A few of the most sought-after destinations that are close by include the Duomo, Santa Marie, delle Grazie, and the Sforza Castle.
Guests will find themselves in the Mandarin Bar after a day of exploring the city, as it is the perfect place to grab a drink or an Aperitivo. The courtyard offers a little more tranquility and guests can be seen lounging on the wicker sofas with a drink in hand, as they try to determine what they want off the a la carte dinner menu.
Italian cuisine is the main feature at Seta, but guests will also find a few French and Oriental dishes on the menu.
Number of Bedrooms
- Luxury Hotel
- Michelin Dining
- Luxury Spa
- Fitness Facilities
- City Tours
- Fine Dining
- Spa Facilities
Highlights & Reviews
- Junior Terrace Suite: Enjoying the benefit of a private outdoor terrace, these luxurious one-bedroom suites have been designed with room for entertaining and relaxation. Accommodation consists of a large bedroom, separate living room and bathroom. Decorated in an elegantly neutral color palette, suites feature artwork inspired by the Milan of the 1950s. The large marble bathroom boasts an inviting bath. For guests travelling in a group, connecting rooms are available.
- A comprehensive 900-square meter spa offering a holistic approach to rejuvenation and relaxation. There are 6 private treatment rooms including two couples rooms, a spacious VIP suite, and a dedicated Thai massage room.
- Within 10-20 minutes walk of some of the city's most famous attractions including the Duomo, Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II, Sforza Castle, and Santa Maria delle Grazie, which hosts Leonardo Da Vinci's The Last Supper.
- The sleek Mandarin Bar is a modish spot for an aperitivo or cocktail, featuring black and white geometric mosaic patterns. There’s a leafy inner courtyard with wicker sofas and lounge chairs where light meals and snacks are available throughout the day, while the lunch and dinner à la carte menu offers an excellent choice of Italian dishes (the octopus served on a bed of creamy mash is particularly good). Run by award-winning chef Antonio Guida, the sophisticated Seta restaurant serves Italian cuisine with a touch of French and a pinch of Oriental. The restaurant was awarded a Michelin star in 2015.
Hotel AddressMandarin Oriental Milan
Via Andegari, 9