Mandarin Oriental, Milan: The Most Stylish Place to Sleep, Eat, and Drink

TAOP Staff /

Just last year, Hong Kong based Mandarin Oriental hotel group made its debut in Milan, the most fashionable city in Italy. Situated in the very heart of the city, Mandarin Oriental, Milan just might be the most stylish place to stay in town.

Stay Just around the corner from the La Scala opera house, Mandarin Oriental Milan is also just a few steps away from the hip Brera District and inhabits four elegant 18th century buildings. Designed by Antonio Citterio Patricia Viel Interiors, the hotel boasts a remarkably sleek interiors for the design-savvy. Tucked away almost into a secret corner, the hotel happens upon its guests, inviting them to discover the beauty, comfort, and luxury that awaits them inside.

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Exterior of Mandarin Oriental, Milan. © Mandarin Oriental

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Milano suite at Mandarin Oriental, Milan. © Mandarin Oriental

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Milano suite at Mandarin Oriental, Milan. © Mandarin Oriental

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Junior terrace suite at Mandarin Oriental, Milan. © Mandarin Oriental

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Presidential suite bathroom at Mandarin Oriental, Milan. © Mandarin Oriental

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Terrace suite at Mandarin Oriental, Milan. © Mandarin Oriental

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Spa entrance at Mandarin Oriental, Milan. © Mandarin Oriental

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Spa pool at Mandarin Oriental, Milan. © Mandarin Oriental

Eat Inside of a hotel that has only opened last year, in-house restaurant Seta, has had even less air time with the public. However, with chef Antonio Guida at the helm, Seta has already earned its very first Michelin star.

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Seta restaurant of Mandarin Oriental, Milan. © Mandarin Oriental

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Courtyard at Seta of Mandarin Oriental, Milan. © Mandarin Oriental

Drink The Mandarin Bar has quickly become one of the most exclusive and hottest spots in town, luring all of its thirsty patrons with bespoke cocktails and its mesmerizing black and white mosaic interior. Chef Antonio Guida also offers a bistro menu complete with Italian dishes, salads, and his own unique twist on a sandwich. Although there is a bar, lounge, and courtyard seating – you should count on making reservations.

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Mandarin Bar at Mandarin Oriental, Milan. © Mandarin Oriental

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Mandarin Bar at Mandarin Oriental, Milan. © Mandarin Oriental

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Mandarin Bar lounge are at Mandarin Oriental, Milan. © Mandarin Oriental

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Courtyard at Seta of Mandarin Oriental, Milan. © Mandarin Oriental

 

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