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Immerse yourself in our urban Spa

The Golden Triangle… Via Gesù, Via della Spiga, Via Montenapoleone Via Sant’Andrea

We wish you a pleasant stay!

Teatro alla Scala Teatro Alla Scala Angela Gheorghiu, soprano Piano: Jeff Cohen 6

Museo Archeologico From Jerusalem to Milan: Emperors, Philosophers Gods and the origins of Christianity Until Jun 20, 2014

Guided Tours

Don Carlo, Giuseppe Verdi Conductor: Fabio Lisi 12,16,19,23,26,29

Guided Tours of the Milanese Palaces, churches and Duomo. Boat tours on the Navigli canals Battlements, outpost and guard posts of the Sforzesco Castle

Special Events

Swan Lake Conductor: Paul Connelly 14,15,17,18

Antique market with approximately 400 exhibitors Sunday Oct 27 – Naviglio Grande

Aida, Giuseppe Verdi Conductor: Gianandrea Noseda Staging and Set: Franco Zeffirelli 25,28,31

BreArt, Contemporary Art Week 23-27

Exhibitions Palazzo Reale Pollock and the Irascibles. The New York School Until Feb 16, 2014 Il Volto del ‘900 da Matisse a Bacon Until Feb 9 Rodin. Il Marmo, la Vita Oct 17 – Jan 26, 2014 Warhol – from Peter brant Collection Oct 24 – Mar 2, 2014

Daily Tours Outside Milan Ask the Concierge for details of the daily tours to: Como – Garda and Maggiore lakes sightseeing

Children & Adults Triennale Museum Education Activities for children and families Science and Technology National Museum Workshops, activities and guided tours for the whole family.

Triennale Dreamers and Dissenters Oct 4-27 Pinacoteca di Brera Seicento Lombardo a Brera Oct 8 – Jan 12, 2014

If you love cooking, don’t miss our Chef Sergio Mei lessons on Saturday morning!

Open from 07:00 a.m. until 11:00 p.m.

Open from 08:30 a.m. until 01:00 a.m. After Theatre dinner reservations Vault in polychrome stucco and gold leaf. Accademia of Giocondo Albertolli 1742-1839 (now Suite #114)

Sunday Brunch from 11:45 a.m. until 03:00 p.m. Cooking Lessons on Saturday Morning

The current architectonic structure of the Four Seasons Hotel Milano resembles an archeological site in its hybrid array of different styles: the ground floor invites images of the Renaissance, while the upper floors and façade preserve much of their neo-classical character. The sheer modernity of our own times is to be found almost everywhere in the varied and exhaustive range of services available. Indeed it is precisely this harmonious co-existence of three different ‘architectures’ and their respective eras that sets the Four Seasons Hotel Milano apart from all the rest, enriching its uniqueness and exalting the value of its genius loci.

Via Gesù derives from Borgo (meaning village in Italian) Gesù so called after the church and convent built in 1456 by the nuns of Saint Elisabeth. In 1469 a Papal seal authorized the Franciscan nuns to devote themselves to St. Clare, and to thereafter be called ‘Clarisses’. The convent was then dedicated to Santa Maria del Gesù (Saint Mary of Jesus) in accordance with the wishes of Bernardino da Siena, whose utmost desire was to have the power of the name of Christ ringing out in all very sacred places. In 1782 the Marquis of Adda took ownership and the convent was converted into a palazzo.

Our beautiful hotel was once a XV convent. A complete Genius Loci history is available at the desk. A member of the staff will be happy to escort you on a short guided tour. Ask for a Spa brochure and choose from the exclusive treatments of Sodashi or La Prairie. Visit the Bagatti Valsecchi Museum just across the street and step right into the past. The famous mansion whose refurbishment in the NeoRenaissance style was completed in 1883.

Check-out the map and start planning your shopping spree or go window shopping. All the exclusive stores and boutiques are within walking distance. Have a coffee and croissant in our Lobby Bar or try an Espresso at one of the oldest cafes in town … it’s just around the corner. Enjoy a quick snack from our “15 Minutes Menu” served at Il Foyer Bar Relax with a selection of magazines and newspapers in the “cosy corner“of our Sala Camino. “Oration in the Getzemani” Fresco dating from the second half of the 15th century in a lunette of the cloister

Catch up on business or friends… complimentary basic wireless Internet access is available in the Lobby and also in the Business Center. If you would care for an IPad…. Just ask.