See why so many travellers make Hotel Borgo Nuovo their small hotel of choice when visiting Milan. Providing an ideal mix of value, comfort and convenience, it offers a romantic setting with an array of amenities designed for travellers like you.
Given the close proximity of popular landmarks, such as Chiesetta dei SS. Filippo e Giacomo di Nosedo (1.3 mi) and Castello di Macconago (1.4 mi), guests of Hotel Borgo Nuovo can easily experience some of Milan's most well known attractions.
Guest rooms offer amenities such as air conditioning and a minibar, and guests can go online with free wifi offered by the small hotel.
Hotel Borgo Nuovo features room service, baggage storage, and a coffee shop, to help make your stay more enjoyable. The property also boasts a fitness center and free breakfast. If you are driving to Hotel Borgo Nuovo, free parking is available.
During your visit, be sure to check out a popular Milan lobster restaurant such as Trattoria del Pescatore, which is a short distance from Hotel Borgo Nuovo.
Plus, during your trip, don’t forget to check out some of the popular monuments and statues, such as Arco della Pace, Monumento a Leonardo da Vinci, and Monumento a Vittorio Emanuele II.
At Hotel Borgo Nuovo, your comfort and satisfaction come first, and they look forward to welcoming you to Milan.
Pros: Stylish decor, inventive and delicious food at the restaurant, AC in the room, setting/scenery, Pasquale (who works at the front desk) Cons: 1) My sister and I try to support boutique hotels wherever we can, and it was no different with Hotel Borgo Nuovo. We were attracted to the creative decor and natural setting we saw online. It seemed relatively simple to get to from downtown Milan as well, and we were able to confirm with the hotel that said they would pick us up at the train station at a specified time (for a fee). However, on our way to Milan, we realized they never told us exactly where in the train station to meet before hanging up. On our way, we tried to call several times to no avail; same thing when we got to the station -- all our calls went unanswered, so we resorted to public transport. It was not easy to navigate the entire way, so we ended up taking a cab about 4km from the hotel, which wasn't bad. But what was surprising was that there was no apology from the hotel when we asked them why no body ever showed up, called us, or answered our calls -- just that it "was weird." 2) So we tried to forget about it and appreciate the rest of the stay. The food was delicious and Pasquale, who was working the front desk when we arrived, was very sweet, accommodating, and informative. However, the next morning, we wanted to check out the breakfast menu. When we got to the restaurant, there was no one there apart from a woman who was helping facilitate the buffet. No menu, no prices. So I asked how much it cost, and the woman got another woman to come who confirmed that it was "free". Great! If it wasn't, we were going to munch on some cookies we had from the day before and just head to the airport, but since it was "included", we stayed. I had even called my sister to wake her up to come down and eat with me because of this. An hour later, we checked out, and the woman at the front desk charged us for breakfast. We asked her why, and she said her colleague made a mistake when she said it was free. She thought we were with a "meeting group" that was there at the same time and didn't bother to confirm whether that was accurate or not. We never signed anything that agreed to any bill, and when we tried to explain that we would not have eaten breakfast if we weren't told it was free, she clearly did not understand and forced us to pay anyway. We had no option but to pay and leave. 3) We then asked her to call us a cab provided by the hotel, which they quoted at 20 euro -- great, since a 20 euro note was all we had left on our trip. However, when the taxi arrived, our fare began at 11 euros. We asked the driver why, as we had been waiting outside for 5 minutes before it arrived (i.e., he wasn't waiting for us), and he had said that's just what happens when the hotel calls a taxi. Side note: have never had this happen with any common taxi before anywhere in the world (we are from NY and frequently travel internationally) but, again, no other choice. In the end, we negotiated with the cab to let us pay with whatever cash we had left over, but the overall takeaway was that Hotel Borgo Nuovo made a literal 1 day trip for us much more stressful, convoluted, and expensive than it needed to be. Normally, good hotels will make your life a little easier and your long journey just a little more pleasant. Unfortunately, next time, will probably stay at a chain hotel that at least has their logistics down or an Airbnb if I wanted to "DIY" or be so far off the beaten path in the middle of nowhere.…
Located in the quite side of Milan the hotel is very clean and inviting. The level of attention details was impressive. The only thing is that there no restaurants nearby but would not hesitate to recommend the hotel for short stays. I stayed for a night and all was great.
Beautifully docorated boutique hotel in Milan suburb. Own transport needed. Free parking. No 24h reception. Room was nice and wi-fi worked. Good bed and aircondition. Soundbroof would be better. We heard baby crying many time during evening and night. Small Minibar but no complimentary water provided. Breakfast was minimal, Italian style. I felt hungry after that. I would not pay extra for that breakfast. Only warm you get is coffee or tea. But Yes, i would stay again because it was in the quiet area, free parking, free wi-fi in the room, beautifull decoration and staff ok. If i visit Milan for many days, i would stay near city-center. We stayed only one night.
We were lucky enough to have a suite which was generous in size with a superb bathroom. Fabulous use of fabrics and objets d'art. As it is only 3 star I can't criticise the service, but it was limited. I had not realised that the adjacent restaurant is closed on a Monday and we were advised that the only alternative was to go into the centre of Milan. Fortunately we had had a substantial lunch so were able to persuade the sole staff member available to produce a platter of cheese and salumi. Breakfast was lovely and could be taken inside or out, but once outside you are at the mercy of the many mosquitoes - Chiaravalle is in the rice growing area, and as rice needs a lot of water, there is a ready breeding ground for the insects. Dinner the second day was at the restaurant - except the actual restaurant was closed for renovation work and there was a limited, mostly cold summer menu served in the breakfast room. Nicely plated and more than adequate.…
I have stayed at this small hotel (10 rooms) a number of times and have never been disappointed. Quirky artistic designs adorn walls at this boutique establishment. Rooms are of good size and have everything you will need and the ones I have stayed in have a balcony. At the top of the hotel is a very nice suite. Near to Linate airport it is set in a quiet village setting with not a lot of facilities in the immediate vicinity, but within reasonable distance of the heart of Milan. A very quiet and peaceful hotel. Breakfast is served at your option of inside or in the garden area that is alongside a small river, so beautiful on a sunny morning. There is a restaurant in a separate building alongside the hotel. Please note that there is not 24 hour service and the hotel is unmanned at night. For a peaceful stay in Milan I recommend this hotel.…