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    Park Hyatt Milan

    Via Tommaso Grossi 1, 20121, Milan, Italy
    Park Hyatt Milan Review
    5 Star Rating
    24 August 2013Park Hyatt Milan
    Tags: Milan, Italy, City reviewsThe Bill: Ł1400 per night

    The Park Hyatt Milan is ideally situated right in the heart of Milan, just steps from some of Milan’s most famous landmarks, including Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II, Piazza Duomo, Teatro alla Scala and Brera Art Gallery.

    The hotel itself is somewhere in-between being traditional and modern – without it really being either. It has a distinctly chic Italian feel.

    Our check in was swift and efficient – the staff were very friendly and helpful. It’s not surprising that the hotel earned Travel + Leisure’s World's Best Service 2012 award. A member of the team escorted us to our suite, the Park Terrace Suite.

    The suite was beautiful, complete with an impressive terrace overlooking the roof top of the Duomo Cathedral. The room was plenty spacious and boasted chic furnishing including hand-blown Murano lamps, which added a real sense of Italian style. The bathroom was impressive in size, featuring an Italian marble bath and a rain shower. Another luxury of the suite was the ‘his and hers’ separate wardrobe space – a great touch.

    “Its location is a key asset alongside the hotel’s luxury touches and authentic Italian charm.”

    The Park Hyatt Milan also features a comprehensive spa, complete with steam rooms, aromatherapy showers and an impressive gold mosaic whirlpool. The treatment list boasts a special range of holistic treatments, which can be taken in the spa’s two treatment rooms.

    If you chose to dine at the hotel’s Michelin Starred restaurant – Restaurant VUN – you would not be disappointed. Chef Andrea Aprea expertly brings traditional Italian dishes up-to-date with contemporary twists and a respect for Italian cuisine. The food is quite simply delicious, but if you’re looking for a more informal dining experience, La Cupola Lobby Lounge serves a fantastic all-day menu.

    The Park Hyatt Milan comes highly recommended by us as a great base from which to explore the culture this beautiful city has to offer. Its location is a key asset alongside the hotel’s luxury touches and authentic Italian charm.

    Photos courtesy of Park Hyatt Milan
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