Park Hyatt Milan
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Park Hyatt Milan
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Park Hyatt Milan
Park Hyatt Milan
Park Hyatt Milan
Park Hyatt Milan
Park Hyatt Milan
Set in an 18th-century palazzo, once a former bank, the Park Hyatt Milan boasts interiors designed by American-born, Paris-based architect Edward Tuttle. It aims to wow from the outset. Guests are greeted by a lobby decorated with sophisticated materials such as warm travertine stone and alabaster, and topped with a 30-foot glass-domed cupola. There’s a discernibly modern aesthetic throughout the rest of the hotel, though, from the vibrant modern art scattered throughout the public areas to the contemporary color palettes (creams, beiges, and gentle grays). Rooms are correspondingly elegant, with high ceilings, expensive dark woods, rich wool carpets, and hand-selected furnishings (Murano light fixtures, Bang & Olufsen TVs). The bathrooms are especially impressive, not only because of their generous size and marbled interiors, but also thanks to the mirrored walls, double sinks, octagonal stone and glass showers, and Lauro Tonatto bath products.
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Neighborhood Vibe
Park Hyatt Milan enjoys a central location close to the Piazza de la Scala. It's within easy walking distance of the city’s impressive gothic Duomo, where on a fine day visitors can climb to the top and see as far as the Alps. Endless restaurants, bars, and cultural spaces fill the area, as well as local sights and landmarks, from the Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II—the glass-enclosed shopping mall with upscale boutiques like Gucci and Prada—to the world-famous Teatro alla Scala. Right opposite Teatro alla Scala, guests will find the Gallerie d’Italia, a distinguished network of palazzos hosting major works by the likes of Canova and Hayez.
Need to Know
Rooms: 106 rooms, from $555.
Check-in: 3 p.m.; check-out: noon.
Dining options: The design of the Michelin-starred Italian restaurant VUN is every bit as stylish as the rest of the hotel, with slick touches like custom-designed silver and glassware and metallic beaded curtains for privacy. The restaurant has views of the oldest (and grandest) shopping mall in the world, the Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II. The Cupola Lobby Lounge serves breakfast and lunch, as well as afternoon tea and tapas. Mio Bar, which has its own entrance as well as accessibility through the lounge, offers a refined range of spirits, cocktails, wines, and champagnes.
Spa and gym details: The Spa by Sisley offers female and male Turkish baths, a gold mosaic hot tub, and treatment rooms where guests enjoy massages, facials, and other beauty services. There is also a Private Spa Room (with a Turkish bath and private showers) for couples. And a fitness studio has a well-equipped gym, spin classes, and yoga classes.
Insider Tips
Who it’s for: Leisure and business travelers who want great service, excellent dining, and well-appointed rooms.
Our favorite rooms: For the best city views, grab a rooftop suite or upgrade to a room with a terrace. Some of these overlook the Duomo.
Pet-friendly service: For guests wanting to bring their dogs along, the hotel runs a V.I.D. (Very Important Dogs) service.
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