30 Jan 2014

Four Seasons Hotel Milano unveils heightened levels of luxury

Honouring its prestigious Fashion and Royal Suites – suitable for the ever-discerning elite traveller, Four Seasons Hotel Milano, situated in the stunning meditearranean ambience of Italy, has unveiled a sleek and inspiring new look following a refubishment in collaboration with interior designer, Pierre-Yves Rochon.

Located in the property’s casa ringhiera wing, both suites, emanating sophisticated class, were designed with the idea to create unique luxury spaces, characterised by definition, appealing to all five senses.

Recognised as the Four Season Hotel Milano’s most distinguished luxury suite, the Royal Suite occupies the entire fifth floor. Opening up the design of a private luxury apartment, Rochon has introduced to it a timeless look.

We tried to give a intimate residential feeling to the Royal Suite by adding a library and marrying together different styles of furniture like people do in private apartments. 

Featuring light beige, silver and white tones, the suite’s apartment-style layout flows from one zone to another, with an elegant white leather partition subtly dividing the bedroom area from a cosy lounge space.

Bright floral fabrics decorate the suite’s sitting and reading room with a fireplace, overlooking a private terrace and garden. The kitchenette is equipped with temperature-controlled wine refrigerators and modern tools for cuisine preparation.

Moving on to the Fashion Suite (Suite 444), Rochon hand-selected bright kelly green with black and white accents for the suite’s palette.

Providing a high-fashion contrast, a green armchair and pouf are positioned on a graphic black and white rug, joined by lacquered black furniture and small grey veined marble tulip tables. Large french doors open up onto a long terrace bordered with hedges and a Knoll table and chairs fitted with cushions upholstered in a herringbone fabric.

“When I chose the furniture for the Fashion Suite I wanted to remain in the spirit of the 50's and 60's with pieces by Saarinen with strong lines and an intense green colour,” said Rochon.