All decent and pleasant. Staff kind and civilized. Funny start as my husband and I were assigned a room that we discovered was used and not cleaned (undone bed etc). So we immediately went back to the reception and told the man that probably he got it wrong... And the incredible thing was that he did not even apologize; he just handed us a new key for a new room, as if it could be a normal mistake. Italian style??????
For the rest it is a basic hotel and reflects the medium price range.
Worth trying, they are kind and they also have decaffeinated tea and coffee. A plus nowadays.
Close to both the Metro and Lambrete station. Direct line to Central station if coming in from the airport. Lots of eating places within metres of the hotel, Pizzas, kebabs to take away and some good quality low priced restaurants. A little out of town but again the metro is easy to use and not mega expensive.
Well maintained hotel with friendly courteous staff, and a very good breakfast. No air conditioning so can be a bit hot when the weather is warm. Decent sized rooms with a desk to work on if required and a mini bar if you don't want to go out for a drink.
Very new, modern hotel in a beautiful neighborhood of Milan. Short walk to the metro station or streetcar that delivers you straight to the Duomo. Safe, low traffic area. Carrefour grocery store very close also. Highly recommended.
Great hotel in a convenient location, only few minutes from the metro station (Lorato, green and red line). The biggest attribute of the place is its staff, always happy to answer all the questions, give directions or even look up answers in the internet for you. Great breakfast with good choices to keep you going until lunch. Highly recommended
Anna from Cardiff, UK
Hotel Florence is housed in an elegant, early 20th-century building located in the centre of Milan, within short distance of …More
Great hotel, great location. Surrounded by personal residences so it feels like a little apartment. Lovely views out both Windows. The shower was awesome! Cute little kitchen. We didn't use it but would've if we were staying longer than two nights. Very clean. Very quiet. We were very comfortable and happy. Would definitely stay there again. Only negative is that there was no metro service but we were able to take a bus to the metro. Loved our stay!
The University district buzzes with student cafés and historic sights. The imposing 15th-century Ca’ Granda was once the old city hospital and is now home to Milan’s state university. To the west is the beautiful Basilica di Sant’Ambrogio, set on the piazza named after Milan’s patron saint, St Ambrose. His feast day is on 7th December, also the traditional opening of La Scala’s opera season.
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