Hotel was good, but strange that we had to walk across open verandahs to get to our room. Lift out of action for 1.5 days, so had to climb stairs to 3rd floor. Bus across the road took us into centre - 1/2 hour bus ride. This not explained when booking.
Great hotel. well presented. Close to the metro line, which helped us get around the city with ease. Supermarket across the road too, very handy! Hotel staff, particularly 2 people on our arrival, were very helpful throughout our stay. Whether it be general help within hotel or directions and advice around the city, they were great and friendly help. complimentary breakfast was basic but enough to go around - bread/croissants could have been covered for freshness. Only complaint, nothing major. We also had an evening meal which was delicious.
The hotel is in an ok area, trams close by. The staff make the difference for my staff, most accommodating and helpful. While obtaining directions from the receptionist, she gave me her spare tickets for the tram from her handbag!
This type of effort was evident throughout the staff. any requests carrying out efficiently with the minimum of fuss.
Good location , trains in and out of Milan, bus very good and local. Not many resturaunts around just 1 goodone which needs to be booked in advance. The hotel room 221 was a bed but very noisy and dated TV. No English chanels except for Sky News. No Sky soprts or films etc, the same thing last year. Also the TV's are dated. They are not very good at replacing things you have used. Face cloths, soap, shower gels, and bathrobes 1 for 2 persons and very tatty.
Food very good, drinks a bit pricey. On arrival no concierge at the door and the doors are not automatic so you struggle with bags etc.
Breakfast very good and so was the dinner we had in the evenings. Desk staff very helpfull.The resturaunt staff were a bit thin on the ground at times.
Menue was the same as last year as I don't think that the hotels menues cater for a total internation pallet.
What we had was very good.
You pay for the water in the rooms along with everything else. There is a store round the corner to buy drinks, snaks etc.
As we only comlained on the night before we left about to much noise they did move us to the 7th floor. I am disapointed that we were not offered that room in the firt place but put in the oldest and noisiest room. 221 on the second floor over looks the court yard for delivers, had the bar & reception under neath it so chairs and people talking all the time. We thought it was comming from the rom a bove until the 5th night when it got to much at 2 am so we called reception.
We only stayed in Milan for 1 night but this hotel was perfect for our stay. Rooms were a little small but it suited our needs. The best part of our stay was the Staff at this hotel. They were extremely friendly and helpful, and told us the best sites to see and the best way to get around the city. Would definitely book again if I was back in Milan.
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"Good Hotel, close to the subway for travelling to "
First impression of the hotel wasn't much, but it was late at night, once the morning came it was fine, all staff were pleasant and helpful. Breakfast is continental, if you don't mind that there is plenty to choose from, no hot food. Enough bars and restaurants in the area
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The staff at the hotel were great, they made sure we found what we needed around the neighborhood and answered any questions we had. The room and bathroom were very accomodating. The blinds can shut completely to black out the room if we wanted to sleep in. There is a bus stop right outside the hotel that goes to the center and back.
Located in the north-west and originally established in the 1920s, Fiera Milano is Italy’s most important exhibition centre. Now revitalised and set around a central park, some 80 trade fairs are held here annually including the all-important fashion collections. A circular bus service links all entrance gates with Amendola Fiera metro station. Frequent shuttle buses also run from Linate airport.