in euorpe very difficult to judge a hotel from outside . when we saw the gate of hotel it looks just a doorway but enter inside ...newly constructed nice place to stay . Rooms very big and breakfast nice . staff very coperative and place near to central railway station of Milan .
All rooms have private bathrooms with bathtub/shower, direct telephone, air conditioned, TV with Pay-TV and satellite …More
"Very accessable, 3stops centrale milano train sta"
I stayed in the Oasi Village for 6nights may 15-21st,2015. The hotel is like a boutique style, clean and the rooms are cozy, the bathroom style i particularly like looks new .The hotel staff were friendly and very hard workinng, always ready to answere and request / questions.
The breakfast was the same everyday which i didnt like- eggs, sausage, backon e.t.c. Also the televsion stations were only in italian language and i coudnlt believe there was no CNN!!!.which is gave has a comments at the front desk.
Overall.. i had a good experinece at the Oasi Village Hotel & Resort -Viale Lombardia Milano.
Located near Metro just 4 stops from the centre of Milan this hotel is very convenient for travellers. The staff were excellent and assisted us with any requests. Rooms were reasonable size with desk and excellent wifi.
Hotel Florence is housed in an elegant, early 20th-century building located in the centre of Milan, within short distance of …More
Hotel Susa is a nice hotel in a quiet area just outside of the city center. It's just a short walking distance to the suburban train line, which easily connected to the Milan metro system. The room was quiet and air conditioned. It was a little on the small side, but very efficient use of space and very comfortable overall. Breakfast was a great assortment of fruit, pastries, yogurts, fresh juice and cappuccinos.
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Located in Milan, in the quiet area of Città Studi , facing the small park on Viale Argonne, the hotel Susa - an ideal …More
The University district buzzes with student cafés and historic sights. The imposing 15th-century Ca’ Granda was once the old city hospital and is now home to Milan’s state university. To the west is the beautiful Basilica di Sant’Ambrogio, set on the piazza named after Milan’s patron saint, St Ambrose. His feast day is on 7th December, also the traditional opening of La Scala’s opera season.