Like stepping back in time, the Four Seasons Hotel Milano lets you enjoy the architecture of more than 500 years ago while never giving up modern-day amenities like internet access. A spa and fitness room add to the appeal. In a restored 15th-century monastery, the three-story Four Seasons wraps around a peaceful courtyard and retains many of its architectural flourishes, including remnants of its original frescoes. Its 188 rooms have sumptuous furnishings that are a reminder that Milan is Italy's design center. Modern touches include flat-panel TVs, CD and DVD players and iPod docking stations, as well as wired and wireless internet access. With a 19th-century vaulted ceiling, the spa has seven treatment rooms done up in restful shades of cream and taupe. Here you'll find the heated pool, a showpiece covering 441-square-feet. Mediterranean cuisine is the specialty at La Veranda, where sunlight streams through the floor-to-ceiling windows. A vegetarian menu highlights local produce. Open around the clock, the fitness room features the latest general of cardio equipment. Parking is available. In Milan's fashion district, the Four Seasons is in a sleek, stylish neighborhood. La Scala, the world-famous opera house, is half a kilometer away, and a kilometer away is the filigree facade of the Duomo. Lake Como is a hour's drive north. Milan Linate International Airport is nine kilometers east, and Milan Malpensa International Airport is 50 kilometers northwest. The near-it-all location is one of the pluses at the Four Seasons Hotel Milano, which our guests say puts you close to the downtown attractions and pampers you with designer rooms, a gourmet restaurant and an underground spa.
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