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I’ve happily stayed at the Milan several times a year for more than a decade. But on our recent stay it became obvious that things have really slipped. The bed was impossibly hard, crickets chirped away most of the night, the air in the room...More
I would have given this hotel 5 stars if it wasn't for the spotty wifi reception in my room. In public areas of the hotel there was no problem connecting. The location is fabulous in hipster heaven Roma Norte. The little restaurant in the lobby...More
The thing about traveling to a new place as an American is, I tend to want to find "known" brands. I rarely try different places to stay unless Ive heard of the brand before. This has generally served me well over the years. However, my...More
The hotel is very well located in a central district of Mexico City, many restaurants, cafés and bars in the area, charming (slightly hipster now) 19th century architecture texture but also some banhais or Art Deco here and there, 5 minutes walk to metro and...More
At the Hotel Milan I always feel that I am getting more than I pay for. Yes, the décor, linens and furnishings are a little tired, but the price and location is hard to beat. I have stayed in 15 different hotels in Mexico City...More
Known for its constant cultural and gastronomic developments, Roma, is a beautiful neighborhood that was once the place for poets such as Kerouac and Ginsberg to call home. Galleries, museums and even private residences are on beautiful display when walking through Colima street to do some necessary shopping or when going to the classic Cine Tonalá to enjoy a delicious dinner and a great film. Top notch
cafés, gourmet restaurants and food markets all around will surely catch your senses by surprise.
I am not sure what you mean by "specifications". We had an inside room with a kingsize bed and room to move around it. The window opened onto an open square shaft that ran through the centre of the building. Noise did travel... More
I am not sure what you mean by "specifications". We had an inside room with a kingsize bed and room to move around it. The window opened onto an open square shaft that ran through the centre of the building. Noise did travel up and down the shaft. The rooms on the outside opened to the outside and had better airflow. However, the rooms were smaller. Hope this helps.