Travelled solo to Milan. Hotel is an easy 10-15minute walk from the Cardona train station, 5-10 minute walk to La Scala, the Duomo and Gallerie in one direction and the Brera neighborhood in the other. The room is a split level – the bedroom area is rather small but it was a single and the twin bed was to be expected. The bed itself was quite comfortable. The bathroom was large and spacious with a rain head shower and all the amenities one would need including a shaving kit. The free water bottle and bottle of wine was a nice touch. Also you can refill the water in the fitness room. The free breakfast buffet was wonderful. If you are looking for a heavy American breakfast you are in the wrong spot (you can get but you’ll have pay extra), but they had fresh fruit, pastries, cheeses, eggs, sausage, veggies, yogurt. They even have a bottle of Prosecco chilling if you want a mimosa. A harpist plays from 8 am to 10 am. Only con is the wifi in the room was terrible which made searching for restaurants and bars difficult. The wifi in the lobby/library/breakfast room area was a little better but still cut in and out.
The first "0" emission Hotel in downtown Milan, the Hotel Milano Scala is a sophisticated boutique hotel featuring 62 rooms …More
My husband and I had the pleasure of staying at the Hotel Cusani for our last night in Italy. The hotel's décor was very chic and attractive, not only in the lobby, but our room as well. Everything was sparkling clean, which put me at ease. I would definitely recommend a night or longer at this classy hotel.
On arrival we were made to feel very welcome even though we didn't speak Italian. The staff were extremely helpful deserving more than a five score .
We were upgraded for three of our 4 night stay
The shopping arcade and surrounds were fabulous
The opera house and duomo so close I didn't need my walking stick
We would de finely stay there again and recommend it to our friends and colleagues
The heart of Milan, the Duomo is Europe's biggest Gothic cathedral and the third largest church in Christendom, adorned by 3,500 statues and 135 soaring spires. The magnificent sculptural detail can be seen from the roof, and on a clear day there are stupendous views as far as the snow-peaked Alps. A short walk leads to the world-famous opera house La Scala, and the designer shops of the 'Quadrilatero' – Europe's 'catwalk capital'.
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