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We made the on-line reservation for the bed room for 3 people.
We met three main issues we didn't like.
First, the 'check-in welcome': we arrived at 11:30 as we previously declered on the on-line application. We hoped we had the bedroom before the standard...More
This is the second time we have stayed here and have to say this time we were very disappointed. the room was very small not at all like the room we had on our previous stay but decided as we were only there to see...More
The hotel is quite old and the rooms are slightly dated, however for the price paid it is certainly a reasonable option. 10 minute walk away from Stazione Centrale however there is also another metro station which is only 2 mins away.
The area is a rough area. Definitely don't feel safe walking around at night and the day time isn't much better. We literally ran into a gentleman urinating naked outside. The front desk staff can be incredibly rude depending on who is working. They seem...More
This is the worse ever hotel in my life.
First, the air-conditioner did not working because the hotel did not turn on the chiller (compressor). The reason that a reception gave me is "in this season, in Italy, we do not use the air-conditioner. You...More
Although Bicocca is a peripheral district, many visitors will find it appealing. The district is enveloped by the immense Parco Nord (North Park), one of the largest parks in Europe. Inside is the theater Arcimboldi, one of the most important contemporary theaters where concerts and shows are organized. In the same area, there is the University of Milan Bicocca, whose distinct architecture rivals a movie
set. Coffee shops, a multiplex and a shopping center are in the campus, along with the Fondazione Hangar Bicocca, one of the most famous museums of Contemporary Art.