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The Park Hyatt Milan Has Reopened After Extensive Renovations

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The Park Hyatt Milan is one of the swankiest Hyatt properties across Europe and has long been a go-to option in the city for those with points and miles to spend.

And now there’s exciting news from the 5-star property: it’s once again open after an extensive top-to-bottom renovation!

Here’s what you need to know about the refreshed hotel.

Park Hyatt Milan Gets a $20 Million Facelift

After being closed for 2 years, the famed Park Hyatt Milan is open once again for guests. The project cost a whopping 20 million euros (about $20 million) and is sure to be welcome news for fans of the hotel or the World of Hyatt program in general.

The hotel’s 106 guestrooms and 25 suites have been redesigned, Hyatt says, to “reflect the property’s historical identity.” The four Terrace Suites, the Presidential Suite, and the Duomo Suite all boast views of the city’s skyline, while all guest rooms feature artwork from renowned Italian artists Stefano Meriggi, Matteo Boato, and Luca Brandi.

Park Hyatt Milan Bathroom
Image Credit: Hyatt

The hotel is located in a former bank and is adjacent to the Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II, which is Italy’s oldest shopping center and home to luxury brands such as Gucci and Prada.

There was also significant investment in reimagining the Park Hyatt Milan’s common spaces, the highlight of which is a new fine dining restaurant called Pellico 3 Milano, which features Italian, French, and Greek cuisine.

Park Hyatt Milan Restaurant
Image Credit: Hyatt

The Park Hyatt Milan also renovated its AQVAM Spa, which now has features such as a Turkish bath, showers, and a jacuzzi bath.

“The reinvented atmosphere of the new Park Hyatt Milano combines well-beloved and unexpected touches to a deeply personal, luxury offering,” Monique Dekker, Area Vice President at Hyatt, said in a statement.

A Category 8 World of Hyatt property, award nights start at 35,000 points per night for off-peak dates, 40,000 points for standard nights, and 45,000 points per night for peak dates.

And thankfully there are plenty of ways to earn World of Hyatt points. You can earn them directly with a World of Hyatt co-branded credit card, or you can transfer points from Chase Ultimate Rewards or Bilt Rewards, both at a 1:1 ratio.

Hot Tip: Take a look at our full guide on the best ways to redeem World of Hyatt points for maximum value!

Final Thoughts

The Park Hyatt Milan is one of the most recognizable hotels in the city, with its near-perfect location near shopping, dining, and tourist attractions like the Duomo. Guests are sure to appreciate the hotel’s new look that respects the property’s historical charm.

If you’re interested in a stay at the renovated Park Hyatt Milan, you’ll definitely want to redeem points for an award stay, as cash prices can easily top $1,100 per night!

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About Victoria M. Walker

Victoria holds a B.A. in Broadcast Journalism from the Howard University School of Communications and is an award-winning journalist, travel reporter, and the founder of the “Travel With Vikkie” newsletter.


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