Mandarin Oriental, Milan is an intimate and contemporary hotel housed within four elegantly redeveloped 18th century buildings, with a distinctly residential feel. The 104 elegant rooms and suites offer stylish and spacious accommodation in the city. Situated on the central Via Andegari, just a few steps away from the fashionable Via Manzoni and Montenapoleone, the hotel is perfectly located, with easy access to the city’s most important commercial, fashion and cultural centres.
The property combines contemporary Italian design by internationally renowned studio Antonio Citterio Patricia Viel Interiors, with timeless oriental luxury and service.
Executive chef Antonio Guida, formerly of the two Michelin starred restaurant Il Pellicano,in Tuscany, presides over the hotel’s fine dining restaurant, Seta, which has a menu of sophisticated, contemporary dishes combining French, Asian and Tuscan influences. The restaurant offers al fresco dining in its beautiful courtyard as well as year-round seating indoors.
The more casual Mandarin Bar which also has courtyard seating, offers a ‘bistro style’ menu of Italian dishes and hotel classics. Its vibrant atmosphere makes it the perfect spot for enjoying a typical Milanese aperitivo or evening drink created by expert mixologists.
The Spa at Mandarin Oriental, Milan is a relaxing, holistic retreat, with six treatment rooms, two couple’s suites and a dedicated Thai massage room. In addition, there is a world-class hair salon headed by celebrity stylist, Massimo Serini, a manicure and pedicure studio, a beauty studio, an indoor heated swimming pool and a state-of-the-art fitness centre.
“We are delighted to introduce Mandarin Oriental’s renowned hospitality to Italy, and are confident that Mandarin Oriental, Milan will become a new luxury landmark for guests seeking the finest address in the city,” said Luca Finardi, General Manager.
To celebrate the opening, the property is offering guests a tantalizing Experience Milan offer, which provides luxury accommodation and includes a dining or spa credit of up to EUR 300 per stay. Mandarin Oriental, Milan is also offering guests exclusive access to EXPO MILANO 2015, the Universal exhibition, with a Taste of Expo package which provides two nights luxurious accommodation together with fast pass tickets, return transfers to the event and a complimentary “Aperitivo Gourmet” at the Mandarin Bar.
Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group manages the Milan property under a long term third party agreement. Mandarin Oriental, Milan’s competitive set includes: Park Hyatt (Milan’s highest rated luxury hotel since opening), Palazzo Parigi (opened 2014), Armani Hotel, Four Seasons (only few suites renovated recently), Bvlgari Hotel (recently renovated – except Spa).
Mandarin Oriental, Milan is headed by General Manager Luca Finardi Finardi who has a wealth of experience in the Italian luxury hospitality industry with prior appointments as General Manager of the Royaldemeure Spa Hotels, Hotel Savoy and Villa San Michele in Florence. He joined Mandarin Oriental from Belmond Hotels where he held the position of General Manager and Area Manager, Sicily at Grand Hotel Timeo & Villa Sant’Andrea in Taormina.
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