There are spas, and there are spas—places so special that you can’t help but want to visit. The new spa at the Four Seasons Hotel Milano is one of those. Now open to hotel guests, the hotel has converted a 15th century former convent with the help of renowned designer Patricia Urquiola, crafting a unique city retreat amidst 200-year-old vaulted ceilings and brick walls.
The design is all Italian, using native materials, warm colors and amenities like warming stones to create a relaxing ambiance for guests.
The spa features just seven treatment rooms but boasts amenities like a Turkish bath, sauna, Scottish shower, Technogym fitness studio and signature hair salon by Rossano Feretti. Guests enjoy treatments branded by names like La Prairie and Sodashi, a combination of the ultra-luxe and the natural.
Right now, the hotel is open only to hotel guests, but will open to the public in the fall. We can’t wait to visit.