Park Hyatt Milano reopens after a two-year transformation project

Hyatt has unveiled the results of a two-year transformation project at Italian luxury hotel, Park Hyatt Milano.

The hotel reopened on August 1, featuring contemporary design elements alongside classic interiors in a neutral palette to deliver a feel of “understated Milanese elegance.”

“The reimagined atmosphere of the new Park Hyatt Milano combines beloved and unexpected touches with a deeply personal luxury offering,” said Hyatt Area Vice President Monique Dekker.

“To be able to make such an investment at a critical time for the hospitality industry is reassuring and I know our team in Milan is delighted to welcome local and international guests back.”

The renovation project has improved 106 rooms and 25 suites, as well as common areas, which have retained the historical identity of the property.

The four Terrace Suites, the Presidential Suite and the Duomo Suite include panoramic terraces with city views and custom furnishings designed by Venetian Uno Contract. Works by Stefano Meriggi, Matteo Boato and Luca Brandi are also a prominent feature of the rooms.

Bathrooms feature marble vanities and hand-blown glass fixtures, and new water pipes and modern air-conditioning units — with FSC-certified materials — have been used for many renovations.

The new gourmet restaurant Pellico 3 Milano, which reflects the culinary traditions of France, Spain, Greece and Italy, was designed by architect Flaviano Capriotti. The ceiling and floor represent heaven and earth through careful lighting and patterned flooring.

The hotel’s AQVAM spa includes a Turkish bath, multifunctional showers and a whirlpool with golden mosaic details, and the wellness offer extends to a gym with the latest fitness technology.

Nicholas E. Crittendon