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Mandarin Oriental, Milan opens its doors

3 Aug 2015 by Clement Huang

Mandarin Oriental, Milan has officially opened for business.

The 104-room hotel is located on Via Andegari, placing it within close proximity of the city’s important commercial, fashion and cultural centres.

Comprising four redeveloped 18th century buildings, the hotel offers a “residential feel”, blending contemporary Italian design with oriental themes.

F&B options include fine dining restaurant Seta, headed by executive chef Antonio Guida who is well known for his stint at two Michelin starred restaurant Il Pellicano in Tuscany; and the more casual Mandarin Bar that offers a bistro style menu of Italian dishes.

Recreational facilities include the brand’s signature spa concept. The Spa at Mandarin Oriental, Milan consists of six treatment rooms, two couple suites and a dedicated Thai massage room. The hotel is also home to a hair salon by celebrity stylist, Massimo Serini, a manicure and pedicure studio, a beauty salon, an indoor heated swimming pool and fitness centre.

Finally, there are two function rooms known as the Oriental Room and Taipan Room. Located on the ground floor, both are equipped with advanced technology and can be divided into smaller sections thanks to retractable walls. The Oriental Room can hold 70 seated guests while the Taipan Room can accommodate 50 guests in a similar configuration.

The Italian offering brings the total number of Mandarin Oriental properties to 28 worldwide, with 17 more currently under development. 

For more information, visit mandarinoriental.com

Clement Huang

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