Mandarin Oriental, Milan Launches New La Via del Seta Gourmet Offer

Mandarin Oriental, Milan has launched a tempting new accommodation package for gourmands to celebrate the reopening of Seta, its renowned two-Michelin-starred restaurant.

The hotel is housed in a series of elegant 18th-century buildings in the heart of the city and steps away from the fashion district and the artistic neighbourhood of Brera.  By booking La Via del Seta, guests have the opportunity to stay in luxurious accommodation and be taken on a gastronomic journey designed by the hotel’s acclaimed Chef Antonio Guida.

The La Via del Seta tasting menu includes a selection of Chef Antonio’s signature dishes, including Oysters with potatoes, friggitelli peppers and champagne sauce and his legendary variation on risotto, the delectable Risotto with raspberry and herb cream.

Considered one of the Italy’s culinary leaders, Chef Antonio has always been fascinated by culinary alchemy and has travelled extensively throughout Europe and Asia. His cuisine is elegant and clear, and boasts a sublime combination of technique, research, and traditional flavours from the south of Italy.

The dining experience can be enjoyed during an al fresco dinner in the elegant Seta courtyard or the restaurant’s sophisticated inner space.  For small groups of up to four people, the Duomo Private Dining Room, designed by the atelier Fornasetti and featuring bespoke furnishing and pieces from the iconic Italian design brand, is also available.

Bookable until 31 December 2021, La Via del Seta is priced from EUR 700 per night, and includes:

  • Accommodation in one of the hotel’s elegant rooms and suites
  • Daily breakfast for two, either from room service or in the Mandarin Bar & Bistrot
  • Early check-in at 12pm
  • Late check-out until 3pm
  • A five-course tasting menu for two people at Seta; beverages excluded
  • Complimentary parking

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Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group

Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group is the award-winning owner and operator of some of the world’s most luxurious hotels, resorts and residences. Having grown from its Asian roots into a global brand, the Group now operates 35 hotels and seven residences in 24 countries and territories, with each property reflecting the Group’s oriental heritage and unique sense of place. Mandarin Oriental has a strong pipeline of hotels and residences under development and is a member of the Jardine Matheson Group.


Mandarin Oriental, Milan

Mandarin Oriental, Milan is housed in the re-development of four elegant 18th Century buildings ideally located in via Andegari, in the fashionable heart of the city. The hotel offers a charming mix of style and luxury, with 70 elegant rooms and 34 spacious suites. Guests can discover exquisite dining in the beautiful setting of Italian fine dining restaurant, Seta run by acclaimed chef Antonio Guida and enjoy the relaxed atmosphere of the Mandarin Bar. Both venues have access to two beautiful outdoor courtyards, offering al fresco dining options. The 900 square-metre Spa features six treatment rooms, and there is a world class hair salon, a manicure and pedicure studio, a fitness centre and an indoor swimming pool.