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We spent three nights in this hotel and it was a great experience. It is very well located, close to central station and nice restaurants. Everything can be easily reached and you even have a nice supermarket accross the street. The staff is incredible helpful...More
Hotel is at walking distance to Mikan Cental Ststion and Corsi Venezia which is one of shopping street in Milan. The single room is small but it works . There is a supermarket opposite of hotel. You can use tram for Duomo in front of...More
It wasn't a luxury hotel, the room was small but it was clean and functional. The breakfast was ok. We had no problems during our stay and we were really close to the viewpoints of Milan, with the metro just around the corner. The neighbourhood...More
It was small, but decently clean in an okay area of the city. Semi-updated bathroom. Kind of creepy and quiet atmosphere. Front-desk service varied from worker to worker. Some workers tried to make the experience bearable, others were flat out rude when asking for our...More
Very badly maintained hotel. Too small rooms. Bed not comfortable. Bathroom are dirty and small. No Air conditioning. Limited breakfast. Only good part is the location which is near to Milan Central. Terrible is an under statement.
Central Station represents a bridge towards the future. Impressive skyscrapers and new age buildings stretch the skyline with the majestic Unicredit Tower cutting through. Surrounding it are large towers that define Piazza Gae Aulenti, where the fountain and the Monumento Trombe leave one breathless. A famous building of the district is the Vertical Forest, where the innovative materials and trees planted on the
terraces are a unique mix of nature and man-made construction. In the district, there is the Monumental Cemetery, known for its antique tombs with sculptures portraying angels of commemorative scenes many will find touching.