Park Hyatt Milan

Chic Milanese style
The first Hyatt hotel on Italian soil, Park Hyatt Milan is a landmark of Milanese style and elegance. Appointed in warm Italian travertine limestone and black marble inlay, the 1,032-square-foot palazzo dates from 1870 — it was once a bank.

The exterior is Baroque elegance at its finest, while inside the luxury hotel you will find a neutral color palette inspired by the Duomo and distinctly Milanese architectural details. It opens onto Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II, a glass-encased, 19th-century shopping arcade dotted with luxury boutiques and restaurants bridging the historic Teatro alla Scala opera house with the gothic Duomo. Its centrality to the city's cultural landmarks and luxury quarter makes it walkable, even in stilettos.
Our Inspector's Highlights
  • The contemporary guest rooms have hosted diverse VIPs such as Michelle Obama and her daughters, Lady Gaga and former German Chancellor Angela Merkel.
  • The subterranean spa provides beauty and body treatments featuring 111Skin products. And you'll want to linger for the Turkish baths and hydromassage tub.
  • Among clean-lined furnishings and refined décor, Pellico 3 Milano turns out modern Mediterranean cuisine with an emphasis on seasonality.
  • Sample Mio Lab's bespoke cocktails on the seasonal terrace during the famous Milanese happy hour, aperitivo.
  • Internationally renowned stylist Beppe D’Elia, who frequently works with celebrities and on fashion shows, helms the hotel’s Beppe d'Elia’s Hair Jewellry Salon.

Things to Know
  • The lavish spa’s relaxation area offers steam rooms and a whirlpool laid with 250,000 24-karat gold-leaf tiles.
  • The luxury hotel can also arrange a meet-and-greet at the Milan airport for those who want to be quickly whisked away.
  • The Milan hotel’s dog program includes pet amenities such as a soft pillow bed and fresh mineral water served in designer bowls. Pet sitter services are available for all furred, finned and feathered friends, too.
The Rooms
  • The 106 contemporary guest rooms are wrapped in cream-colored travertine and neutral palettes and warm accent colors.
  • All have warm wood furnishings, walk-in closets, a safe, a mini-bar and large bathrooms with Italian marble and bespoke Italian beauty brand products by Laura Tonatto.
  • Many suites in the Milan hotel boast private terraces. The Duomo Suite in particular is coveted for its secluded patio, which has a gold-leaf-tiled Jacuzzi overlooking the Duomo’s marble saints, gargoyles and gothic spires.
  • The 34 intimate standard rooms range from 377 to 409 square feet, while 47 deluxe rooms swing from 430 to 603 square feet. Its 25 suites begin at 538 square feet and cap out at 2,905 square feet (the Presidential Suite).
Getting There
Via Tommaso Grossi 1, Milan, Italy, 20121
LIN (20-30 min)  
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