The hotel is superbly located near Garilbaldi train station and next to a bustling trendy piazza district called Corso Como. It's very easy to get around Milan using their metro, so we found going to the attractions very easy. Being next to Corso Como you have a wide array of boutique fashion shops and more importantly restaurants. The hotel was very clean, decent sized rooms, the internet was very good, buffet breakfast was very good too. The only thing we found and we are being very picky was the pillows were either too hard or too low. We just didn't find the right ones. However the beds were excellent size and the kid's bed was larger than we first thought.
Staff were great in and were quite helpful.
We would definitely be staying again here - we loved it. Moreover, the most impressive thing was the location.
"Nice hotel, close to the train station garibaldi "
Nice and clean hotel, secure card entry on every level, kitchen in apartment style room. Close to garibaldi train station and corso. 24hr carrfore 5mins away. Would definitely return to this hotel. Also breakfast on 11th floor was a very good selection. Only bad thing was having to pay for wifi
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The hotel is very nice, clean and the staff very kind. The rooms are awesome (big, confortable, quiet, clean). It is not a luxurious hotel but is very nice and confortable. Brakfast is good, fruit, eggs, cheeses and ham, bread, pastries, etc. It has a private parking only for 13 euros per day. The location is quite akward, but safe and very close to the city center. I recommend this hotel.
Traveller from Switzerland
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disappointed that rooms did not have tea/coffee making facilities. We had to upgrade our room, at a cost of 15 euros per night, in order to have these facilities available. Very small supply of toiletries - no toothbrush or toothpaste.
No free wifi.
Stayed here for F1 GP at Monza. About 20 min walk to Garibaldi station and 30 min walk to Centrale. Nice hotel, quiet, not flashy, more traditional style. A bit out of centre in chinatown but no problem to walk to Duomo, about 20 min at decent pace. Can walk through the park past Fortezza castle, very pleasant. Hotel staff excellent, rooms nice and clean, decent size. Good standard breakfast. Great wine bar at south end of Messina called Cantine Isola, excellent laid back local place with 15 or so bottles open to have by the glass.
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.