Four Seasons Guests Can Jog Around Milan With A Nike Coach

Four Seasons Guests Can Jog Around Milan With A Nike Coach

The hotel partnered with the fitness brand to offer personalized running tours around the city's famous landmarks

Weronika Jurkiewicz
  • 12 april 2017

Drawing from the rising popularity of running tours, Four Seasons Milan decided to partner up with Nike to offer its guests a unique sightseeing opportunity.

Guests interested in a running tour of the city can place a request at the concierge desk where they will be asked to fill in a personalized questionnaire about their health conditions, jogging habits and run motivation. The program is adapted to all levels and the personal coach will create the itinerary throughout the city, based on the individual’s fitness goals and objectives. The jogging path may include passing though landmark cultural sites such as the famous Duomo or Castello Sforzesco, as well as running in Milan’s numerous gardens and green spaces. The running tours will end with a stretching routine at the Hotel’s Fitness Centre.

running tours

The offer is exclusive to Four Seasons Milan and comes with a USD $90-per-hour price tag. Guests should book their appointments 48 hours in advance.

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