A restored 15th century convent with 118 guest rooms, including 41 suites, the Four Seasons Hotel Milan is located in the city center, close to the thriving business and financial district and Milan's couture houses. The hotel features Il Teatro restaurant that offers guests a courtyard view and a connoisseur's menu. Diners can also enjoy La Veranda which features all day dining. Guests can luxuriate in the Visconti Suite that features vaulted ceilings, velvet and silk decor, Italian antique furniture, French windows that look out to cloistered courtyards, and marble fireplaces and bathrooms.

Bordered by the Ticino, Adda and Po rivers Milan is home to over 2 million people and is located two hours from both the Italian Riviera and the Alps ski resorts. While the summer months can reach over 80 degrees F average temperature, Milan enjoys a temperate climate the rest of the year, with average temperatures in the 43-55 F range from January through March and 62 - 77 F range from April through June.

Nearby Attractions and Activities Edit

Fondazione Mazzotta - Art gallery features avante-garde artist exhibitions including over 2,000 works belonging to the collection of the Mazzotta family, such as unique photographs, drawings and watercolors.

Museo Poldi Pezzoli - Museum contains paintings, tapestries, clocks and textiles from the collection of art collector Gian Giacomo Poldi Pezzoli, who decorated his apartment in the family palace with historical themes for the rooms; including a Medieval room, and Early Renaissance and Rococo rooms.

Santa Maria delle Grazie - 1490's church contains frescoes painted by Leonardo da Vinci, and the architecture created by Bramante is recognized as a major symbol of Renaissance Milan.

Piccolo Teatro - Popular folk theater offers classic productions including the Odyssey, productions for children such as Strehler's "The Story of the Abandoned Doll," educational events and musical works.

Autodromo di Monza - This 5.793 km racetrack offers Formula One car racing (site of the Italian F1 Grand Prix), SuperBike racing, a number of driving schools, media center, sky lounge and exposition pavilion.

Vigevano - Approximately an hour's drive from the Four Seasons Hotel Milan, the town of Vigevano is located in the Lombardia region and is an industrial center noted for its shoe production. The area is home to the Il Museo della Calzatura e della Tecnica Calzaturiera that focuses on the history of shoe making.

Le Rovedine Golf Club - Reservations are recommended for this public golf course that hosted the 1995 Italian Open. Visitors can play this 18 hole par 72 course and take advantage of the driving range, pool, tennis and restaurant.

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