The Novotel Milano Malpensa is located right next to the airport, so it's not close to the city centre, and is most convenient if you have to stay temporarily with an early flight. Like all Accor hotels, the rooms are quite large and have been recently redecorated. There's a flat-screen TV, desk and sofa, a kingsize bed and a beautiful bathroom with bath and shower. The hotel runs shuttles to Malpensa airport all day, and in the reception you can view a screen showing departure and arrival times of flights. Some rooms have wifi, which is free, but you have to ask for the code. The staff are friendly and helpful. The bar and restaurant are quite expensive: 15 euros for a plate of hams, 20 euros for a chicken breast with vegetables and 6 euros for a glass of wine, but in the area, you won't find anything better.
This hotel really enchanted me ... it's not that it's particularly beautiful (it looks like a great old hotel, though), but the service is just fantastic: the buffet is varied, and high quality (the orange juice is particularly good, made with Valencia oranges), and when you get to the room after having traveled through the city, you can enjoy a bath with bubbles (yes, the bathtub has a jacuzzi!), and sleep in a comfortable bed ... true luxury! The minibar is free, and replenished every day (no alcoholic beverages), and they also have Pay TV, bathrobe, slippers ... And I was facing the train station, which is ideally located. Well connected by train and metro.
I stayed at this hotel in May 2012. My first impressions were very good, but it doesn't really seem like a 5-star hotel. It is located near the Fira de Milano, and the metro is practically next door. The neighbourhood is quiet, without many shops or restaurants - just a hypermarket and a McDonalds. The facade is that of a modern or renovated building, so you get quite a surprise when you enter and see a luxurious but old-fashioned interior. We had a triple room (double bed) overlooking an inner courtyard (no noise) - perfect to rest. The beds were very good, and the bathroom was well-equipped, with plenty of amenities. The TV was stuck on a piece of antique furniture along with the minibar (well stocked). It was fairly clean, although on the desk and furniture there was some dust (I think it's a detail they need to work on, especially for customers highly allergic to it). The breakfast buffet is very varied with great ham. I recommend it, but I don't really think of it as 5-star standard.
This hotel is located on a quiet street close to the elegant Avenida Corso Buenos Aires, so it's in an excellent spot for accessing tourist sites, shops and restaurants. The nearest metro station is Porta Venezia. It is a good hotel with all the facilities you could want: the rooms are spacious, and so are the bathrooms, the bed linen is soft and good quality. It has cable TV and internet, and the staff are great. It's like a luxury hotel, but with moderate prices - highly recommended.
The modern twelve-story Palace has a beautiful terrace, hanging gardens and a penthouse with spectacular views of the amazing and friendly city of Milan. It is ideal for travelling on business. But you can also enjoy a well-deserved vacation to be with the family. The staff is very friendly and willing to help.
Although it isn´t located in the very center of the town, it´s just 3 metro stops away, which is not bad (the metro is super fast and runs very very very often). The Hotel Edy is a family pension, very quiet and the staff are very friendly and outgoing. It also has a Chinese-Italian restaurant located opposite, which is very cheap, and you can enjoy a scrumptious pizza at the same time as delicious fried noodles, lemon chicken ... it´s a small banquet! This restaurant is great. Returning to the hotel ... It's nothing spectacular, but considering how expensive it is to stay in Italy and the poor quality of the hotels, the Hotel Edy offers a good deal, tranquility and nicely fitted rooms. I consider it ideal for young people who want to spend a few days away ;) You have no luxuries but it´s "cheap" and you can get to the city center really quickly.
This is a 4-star, centrally located hotel. It is about 10 minutes walk from Central Station, next to Corso Buenos Aires (one of the shopping streets of Milan), and the Lima metro station (direct line to the Duomo) is literally on the doorstep of the hotel. Overall it is a pretty good hotel, maybe the rooms (at least ours) were a little small. The breakfast is quite a complete buffet, served on the 6th floor in a very nice setting. The hotel also has a gym, a relaxation room and a heated pool, which were small but satisfactory.
Lake Como one of the most popular places in northern Italy, which unfortunately means that the prices of accommodation here can be sky-high. Fortunately you can find some pretty decent places to stay, without breaking the bank. One such place is the Albergo La Vignetta, which certainly is not impressive palace, but a pension with certain charm in the village of Cernobbio, on the west side of the lake.
The Verona Hotel Milano is located 200 metres from the city's main train station. There's a bar, 24-hour reception, terrace, and non-smoking rooms. It has 1 star, and serves breakfast in the room. Services include a currency exchange, fax and photocopying. Modem internet is available in public areas.
Hotel Naviglio Grande is near the small center of Corsico, in southwestern Milan. There's parking for guests and all rooms have wireless internet, satellite TV and air conditioning. The conference centre of Fiera Milano in Rho is 15 minutes away. There are 47 rooms available.
Considering the area of the hotel, it's not too bad. The check-in was a very cordial process. The rooms were fine. There was wifi in the hallway and to use the internet in your room, you need a wire. As for the food, the dining room was a bit far from the rooms (the hotel itself has a distribution and somewhat rare) was the continental breakfast, simple. It is in a great location: it's not Milan, but outside (Sesto San Giovanni), but; Metro (Line 1 red) and the bus goes very close to the city center. The nearest bus stop is a 5 Minute walk. By metro it is ten minutes to downtown Milan. The surrounding neighborhood is not bad (we ended up living two blocks away in a rented apartment) near there are pizzerias, restaurants, the odd trade, supermarkets ... In short it is a neighborhood "worker", of people doing life in Milan and just about to sleep. The hotel also had parking (10 € the day, I think) and other services. The hotel is good if you are just there for sleeping. Cleaning an 8/10; Customer service a 7/10; location 7/10, Food 6/10; Value for money 7/10.
They say this is one of the most gorgeous places on earth, and in winter has a special appeal that you might not know about. It's called the absence of tourists, spectacular scenery, snow, and cold. This is one of the few hotels in the lake that does not close in winter. It is located in the historic center of one of the prettiest villages that border, from there you can equipment moves with the car on the ferry on either shore to visit all the small and beautiful villages with Romanesque churches with high steeples that dot to over the 46 km. Long has this wonderful lake (Bellagio is located in the center of this). Renovated in 2005, is a small, run by the same family, the Borelli family, since 1922. It shows the family atmosphere, and detail of the hostess at the cross-stitch embroidery or work that decorate the rooms, fresh croissants tastefully placed on the breakfast buffet in the hotel cleaning, and other many details. The hotel has 18 rooms available to its guests, along with a nice dining conservatory and a garden which can make use in good weather, it sure is nice to sit there warmth. Sometimes in the winter the trees are covered with large tarps to protect them from the cold weather. The price is pretty good, too, it's only 70 euros with breakfast. This is a small, family-run hotel that I would recommend to you in a heartbeat.
SItuated in the heart of the new commercial and residential center of the city, hotel guests can make use of a parking lot with 27 places and 113 rooms fully equipped with all amenities. Each is equipped with modern style, comfortable and at the same time practical. This hotel is close to the Vïa Cassala street from where you can have access to the train station and the exhibition center. Those who for business or pleasure want to spend a few days at the hotel, enjoy amenities and service from the chain. If you are looking for a menu in which natural, health and good taste are combined with traditional Italian cuisine, the hotel restaurant stands as an alternative of quality. Led by Chef Benedetto Bellisima, the cuisine consists of a wide range of dishes to enjoy a high standard of food, in a quiet and elegant atmosphere, using for processing market products that are high standard. In this urban hotel in Brescia may select from a menu specially designed to satisfy the most demanding tastes.
I have not experienced the pleasure of seeing the beauty of any hotel in Italy since I am not familiar with this country, I have only seen it through photos, movies and stories that I have heard throughout my life from people that were born there. My grandmother, Luisa Bonomi, was born there in 1900. She was the daughter of Genoese parents and she shared a lot with me about the history the dialect there.
Adi Doria Grand Hotel is located in the heart of the business district of the beautiful city of Milan. It's the perfect spot to relax, in a quiet, tree-lined avenue with restricted traffic, next to Al Corso Buenos Aires, one of the most important shopping streets in the entire European continent. Just twenty minutes from Linate airport and 45 minutes from Malpensa.
The NH Touring Hotel is located in Milan in Lombardy in Italy. Its location is in the heart of the Executive area of Milan, and it offers guests a great place to spend a few days of relaxation and tranquility. Its location makes it one of the sites most sought after by customers. The staff are very friendly and pleasant.
Right in the heart of the city of Navigli, this amazing hotel is located very close to the metro station Porta Genova, making it easy to access. It has a unique romantic touch, nestled as it is among Milan's canals. For lovers of the Duomo, it's just 15 minutes walk away.
The Town House Galleria is a bank that has been converted into a luxury hotel with 11 suites overlooking the Galleria Vittorio Emanuele. It has 7 stars, and all suites have a personal assistant. Each measures 100 square meters, with 2 bedrooms per suite, two bathrooms and five televisions. The price? € 11,000 per night.