Park Hyatt Milan Unveils New Interiors

The five-star property recently emerged from a renovation of all rooms, its signature restaurant, and the spa.

A renovated Deluxe room facing the Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II. (All photos courtesy of Hyatt)

This month, a top-notch hotel in Italy’s commercial and fashion capital has reopened after an extensive two-year refurb to the tune of €20 million. Housed in a former bank and palazzo just a stone’s throw from the Duomo, the new-look Park Hyatt Milan uses contemporary design elements and pared-back interiors to create a pleasing contrast with the building’s historic facade. The 106 guestrooms and 25 suites have all been overhauled, while the public spaces also underwent some changes.

In the Presidential, Duomo, and four Terrace suites, durmast oak parquet and light travertine marble from Breccia Medicea quarries recall the neutral color palette of the nearby Duomo; the same materials went into custom furnishings by Venetian studio Uno Contract. In the bathrooms, traditional Italian luxury is expressed through a combination of medici pebble mosaic flooring, marble vanities, and hand-blown glass light fixtures. Pieces from contemporary Italian artists such as Stefano Meriggi, Matteo Boato, and Luca Brandi add a dash of color to the rooms.

The living room of a 70-square meter Prestige suite at Park Hyatt Milan.

Inside the new-look dining room at signature restaurant Pellico 3 Milano.

Returning travelers will also find a new man in charge of the kitchen at redesigned fine-dining restaurant Pellico 3 Milano. Young executive chef Guido Paternollo, who trained in France under Alain Ducasse and Yannick Alleno, plates up mod-Mediterranean fare that leans into the culinary traditions of France, Spain, Greece, and Italy. Architect Flaviano Capriotti gave the space a color palette inspired by regional ingredients: chestnut brown, urchin yellow, artichoke green with orange and purple to suggest pumpkin and saffron.

The revamped Aquam Spa features a Turkish bath, multifunctional showers, and a jacuzzi bath adorned with an intricate gold mosaic; visitors can book a range of treatments that incorporate luxury skincare products from the 111SKIN brand. In addition, the latest generation Technogym equipment has been installed in the fitness center, rounding out the hotel’s refreshed offerings.

Most accommodations have bathrooms with a deep soaking tub and twin marble vanities.

A 55-square-meter Park Junior suite at Park Hyatt Milan.

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