I stayed at Una Hotel Tocq with my two young daughters when we first arrived in Italy. This was a good hotel in which to get acclimated to a new environment. The family room was nicely arranged with a separate bedroom, a small kitchen and a living room area. The staff was very accommodating and quickly and thoroughly cleaned up our room after my daughter threw up on the carpet. (Ahh, the many joys of family travel.) The breakfast buffet was excellent, with a variety of bread, fruit, yogurt, etc. and espresso drinks made to order. This hotel seemed to cater mostly to business travelers, and doesn't offer much by way of a view.
Nice quiet hotel in Chinatown. 10 min walk from underground station which itself is a short journey away from the central station. Smart and clean rooms with helpful staff on reception desk. Went to a lovely fish restaurant nearby (suggested by reception) but otherwise suggest travelling into main tourist areas for nice restaurants.
"Good hotel close to Garibaldi Station /Corso Como"
Hotel cleanliness and facilities good, but advertised fitness room is a joke. Room we stayed in very good size, would have preferred carpet on the floor. location ideal for many restaurants in area and well placed for Garibaldi Station for the Milan Fair without having to be at the fair itself or in main centre.
"Satisfactory, very handy for P. Garibaldi station."
I chose this hotel as I needed to be close to my departure railway station for my early train to Paris. Hotel quite adequate for a short stay. A little lacking in character. Very large bedroom. Excellent breakfast.
Traveller from Lincolnshire
Exclusive apartments, bar, and garage in the heart of Milan near metro, tram, and train links. Right by fashionable Corso …More
The Carlyle Brera is perfectly located for access to just about everything in Central Milano. The staff is very helpful; the room we had was very good, on the fourth floor, spacious enough and with very good bathroom facilities. Breakfast was on the very good end of what is standard in Italian Hotels. We liked it a lot and will definitely stay at the Carlyle again when we visit Milano. In case i did not make it clear enough, we were able to walk to the Duomo, the great commercial arcade, la Scala, Pinacoteca, and many restaurants in less than ten minutes. The staff recommendations for restaurants were also very helpful. You won't be sorry if you stay at the Carlyle.
I chose this hotel based on it's proximity to Porte Garibaldi station (<10 mins walk away) but it was also close to the centre of Milan with great restaurants nearby. The hotel has been run by the same family for 100+ years and all the hotel staff are very friendly (special thanks to Sandro!). I had a single room which was an ok size with a small ensuite. The furniture was a little more shabby than chic but the room was clean and relatively comfortable.
Traveller from Sydney Australia
The Hotel is one of the more interesting 3 star hotels in Milan it is a rich hotel of character and atmosphere with ample …More
One of Milan’s most fashionable areas, Porta Garibaldi is also the business district of the city and Italy’s powerhouse. From here there is access to all areas including the chic Brera quarter, full of designer boutiques and art galleries. The most famous of these is the Pinacoteca di Brera, Milan’s best gallery housing one of Italy’s greatest art collections and spanning 700 years of Italian art.