ORIENTAL TOUCH: The Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group inaugurated its newest property, in Milan, on Thursday with a ribbon-cutting ceremony.
Located on Via Andegari, a short walk from Milan’s luxury shopping street Via Montenapoleone and the arty Brera district, the hotel is housed in four redeveloped 18th-century buildings. The property offers 73 rooms and 31 suites, the informal Mandarin Bar and the Seta restaurant, both of which are open to the public.
The hotel’s spa covers 9,867 square feet, featuring six treatment rooms for holistic treatments and Thai massage, a gym and an indoor pool, as well as a hair and beauty salon.
Combining Italian contemporary design with oriental luxury, the interior design concept was conceived by Antonio Citterio Patricia Viel Interiors, which also worked on the Bulgari Hotel in Dubai.
The Mandarin Oriental chain includes 45 hotels in 24 countries, including Asia, the Americas and Europe.