Quite elegant and modern. Room small but classy and spotless. Bathroom wonderful. Lovely bath essentials included (lotions, shampoos, etc.) All the accoutrements of a first-class hotel -- including terrycloth robe, in-wall safe, tons of TV channels in all languages, and the usual overpriced mini-bar snacks. All in all, a very beautiful, comfortable, gracious place to stay -- especially if you need to be close to the train station.
Traveller from New York, NY
This hotel is set just off the Piazza Duca d'Aosta and faces the imposing Centrale train station, from where trains and …More
This hotel was finished being renovated December 2014 so it is very shiny and new. It is beautiful, designed with elegant materials and high tech rooms including usb ports so no adapter required. The staff were very helpful, friendly and knowledgeable. Could not get tickets for the last supper with one day's notice so as soon as you book, try to get tickets. The hotel is outside the main shopping/duomo area but VERY close to the train station so if you are are arriving or departing by train or driving in and don't want to drive through the narrow heart of the city this location is excellent. One minute walk from the subway stop at the station to go anywhere. Very comfortable beds. Real 5 star property.
Traveller from washington, dc
Adjacent to Central Station, this eight-story 1930s hotel is in the commercial district, less than 2 km (1 mi) from the …More
Near the Milano Centrale transportation hub, the public transportation system makes travel easy and the hop-on, hop-off buses are also nearby. The hotel staff were friendly and helpful and the rooms were comfortable.
A 5-minute walk from Stazione Centrale, this 4-star Milan business hotel is 1.3 km (0.8 mi) from Piazza della Repubblica and …More
Great location on a quiet street just off the main road, 3 minute walk to the metro, 20 minute stroll to the centre of the city. Nice clean room on the 4th floor with comfortable double bed, reasonable sized clean en suite and great tea and coffee making facilities. Extremely good breakfast.The staff were very friendly and helpful with excellent English. The only downside was that the room was very very warm, the air con in the room was noisy but didn't seem to produce any actual cold air. Luckily we were able to sleep with the windows open and because it was March the night was cool, but we still had to lie on top of the sheet to be cold enough to actually get any shut eye!
Traveller from Manchester
Located in the heart of Milan, this hotel is within 2 mi (3 km) of Spazio Oberdan, Cathedral of Milan, and Teatro alla Scala …More
"great hotel right next to the main train station."
i've gone to italy other times and they are not to friendly. BUT milan is unbelievable. hotel great. breakfast buffet huge. good food. the fair expo 2015 was great. the old time trams from the 20's were amazing and i'm surprised at how good they kept them up. i done alot of traveling and this will be one that i will remember for a long time. should i go back before the fair ends????? hotel had free mini bar ,soda, water, also snacks. very nice.
Traveller from milwaukee,wi
Set in a 17-story tower, this hotel is 2 blocks from Milan's Main Central Station, and adjacent to Piazza Duca d'Aosta, from …More
We intended to spend the entire day in Milan before flying out the next day from Linate but ended up just coming for the overnight instead. We arrived a little bit late but the check in desk was very helpful and noted that we had three tired kids in tow. They gave me the key straight away and allowed me to take them up to bed and let my husband finish the check in process. I really appreciated this sensibility! The room was perfect for our family of 5 and the breakfast the next morning was fantastic. They even had a decent selection of gluten free products which was a really nice touch. I would highly recommend this hotel.
This family-friendly Milan hotel is located near the airport, within a 15-minute walk of Piazzale Loreto, Piazza Aspromonte …More
Milan’s central station is monumental; full of marbled halls, terraces and mosaic floors. It is Northern Italy’s largest and busiest station and, arguably, Europe’s most splendid. Most international and high-speed trains arrive here and there is easy access to the city centre by metro. Nearby soars the Pirelli skyscraper (Grattacielo Pirelli), Milan’s highest building and symbol of its prosperity.