Mandarin Oriental, Milan launches vintage Ferrari self-drive & Riva Speedboat experience

Mandarin Oriental, Milan launches a vintage Ferrari self-drive & Riva Speedboat experience

Mandarin Oriental Milan Lake Como Package

August 1, 2017: Mandarin Oriental, Milan is offering a luxury self-drive Lake Como package. In addition to a suite accommodation at Mandarin Oriental, Milan, guests will have an opportunity to drive to Lake Como in a vintage Ferrari and experience a 3-hour tour aboard a classic Riva speedboat while Champagne and canapés are served guests are shown their chosen places of interest round the lake.

The day trip can be tailored to guests’ wishes. Guests booking the Lake Como Luxury Vintage Experience package can drive a Ferrari Dino 246 GT Gallettoni through of Italy’s countryside. A personal road assistant driver will accompany guests from Milan in a separate vehicle and be on call provide valet parking, car wash, refuelling service and technical support. The lake destination, choice of car, and duration of the drive and boat tour in the Lake Como Luxury Vintage Experience package are decided by the guest.

The Lake Como Luxury Vintage Experience and the basic package includes: the Milan suite accommodation for at least two nights, transportation to the hotel, daily breakfast for two in-room or at Mandarin Bar & Bistrot, a personalized road trip itinerary to Lake Como and a 10% discount on treatments at The Spa at Mandarin Oriental, Milan. The experience will be available until September 30th , 2017 and will be priced from EUR 5,100 per room per night with a seven-day advance booking requirement.


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