Suite of the Week: The relaxing Spa Suite at the Park Hyatt Milan

The Hyatt group’s Park Hyatt Milan is an elegant boutique hotel set in a classic building dated back to 1870. Designed by Ed Tuttle, the hotel houses famed diners VUN and La Cupola. While the traditional Italian style can be observed in the external building design, the interiors are quite unconventional. Although the decor may be inspired from the typical opulent Italian materials; the style is crisp and modern.

Cupola Lobby Lounge
Cupola Lobby Lounge
The lobby and the adjoining La Cupola lounge are the centrepiece of the hotel, beneath a modern glass dome resembling that of the Galleria Vittorio Emanuele next door.

Located on the ground floor, The Spa is an oasis of pure relaxation and rejuvenation – complete with aromatherapy showers, a whirlpool and a chic relaxation area. For those who would like to indulge in luxury and privacy, a “Private Spa Room” is the perfect option with a steam room, a cosy relaxation area and two treatment beds for massages, as well as a variety of beauty and holistic treatments.

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Park Spa Suite - Sitting Room
Park Spa Suite – Sitting Room
If you decide to visit Milan and book a room at the Park Hyatt Milan, reserve the Spa suite. The Spa Suite features a large sitting room, a bedroom with a seating area, large bathroom and a separate spa room. The unique contemporary design and Milanese atmosphere can be observed in the beautiful suite.

Park Spa Suite - Spa Room
Park Spa Suite – Spa Room
A qualified spa therapist is at your service within the privacy of your suite. Featuring a whirlpool bath, a steam shower, aesthetic treatments and a treadmill, the spa room is designed to provide you with an overall relaxing experience.

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Park Spa Suite - Bedroom
Park Spa Suite – Bedroom
The generously sized bathroom is rather impressive, considering its half the size of a standard bedroom featuring mirrored walls and octagonal stone showers. The room is a perfect blend of traditional and modern style. While fine linen and rich wool carpets adorn the room; the room also features state-of-the-art entertainment amenities.

Cost: $2,750 per night
Occupancy: 3 persons
Area: 95 sq m/ 1001 sq ft
Location: Via Tommaso Grossi, Milan

Why should we splurge on it?
I would believe it’s very rare to discover a spa in the confinement of your suite. This one-of-a-kind suite is a unique find in the whole of Italy.

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