The city of Milan will be hosting this unique summit for the second time ever, the last Expo being held there all the way back in 1906, and luxury accommodations are sure to be in high demand. This sure to be stunning new property from the Mandarin Oriental group is going to located in the heart of Milan, within walking distance from famed shopping street Via Montenapoleone.
Spread out over four immaculately restored 19th-century buildings, just 77 rooms and 27 suites will be available. But restaurant options will abound- Two Michelin-starred Chef Antonio Guida is at the helm of a contemporary Italian fine dining restaurant, in addition to courtyard al fresco dining and a bar/lounge with its own private courtyard.
After a busy day of shopping, sightseeing, or working, guests will be treated to one of the best new spas in the city. Mandarin Oriental Milan’s expansive spa is set to have six treatment rooms including two couple rooms, as well as an indoor pool, VIP suite, and Thai massage.