Antares Hotel Rubens

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Via Rubens, 21, Milan, Lombardy, 20148, Italy
Antares Hotel Rubens
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Satisfaction Excellent
Excellent
29%
32
Very Good
49%
53
Average
14%
16
Poor
3%
4
Terrible
1%
2

Value Score Great Value!

Costs 24% less than similarly rated 4 star hotels

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  • Families98
  • Couples95
  • Solo84
  • Business83

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Forum Posts

"club prive" in Milan

by yeebaa

Hello, we are a young swinger couple and will visit milan next month. Can anyone suggest us a good swinger club? We searched on the net for "club prive" but all the sites are in italian. And there were no information for the entrance fee & rules & dress codes etc.

Any comments will be appreciated.

Thanks.

Re: "club prive" in Milan

by domenicococozza

Here's a translated link you could try.
I'm afraid the only swinging I did was in the '60s, but I don't think this is quite what you have in mind.

http://translate.google.co.uk/translate?hl=en&sl=it&u=http://www.desireclub.it/&ei=yw-rTObFOYW6jAfD2tUa&sa=X&oi=translate&ct=result&resnum=11&ved=0CEkQ7gEwCg&prev=/search%3Fq%3Dclub%2Bprive%2Bmilan%26hl%3Den%26rls%3Dcom.microsoft:en-gb:IE-SearchBox%26rlz%3D1I7DKUK%26prmd%3Dmc

Travel Tips for Milan

Teatro Strehler

by isolina_it

The spacious, modern Teatro Giorgio Strehler (Largo Greppi 1, east of the Piazzo Castello, Brera, Milan, Italy) takes its name from a famous Italian theater director and holds dance and musical performances as well as plays The horseshoe-shape Teatro Studio (Via Rivoli 6, Castello, Milan, Italy) is a popular venue for experimental theater and music concerts.

Bar snacks!

by sue_stone

One thing that we love about Italy is the free bar snacks on offer in some bars.

Apparently bar snacks are HUGE in Milan.

At one bar that we went to in Milan, the bar snacks were designed to double as dinner - there was hot pasta, risotto, meats, chips, dips etc - and all free!!!

Well, I guess it does encourage you to stay there and buy drinks instead of going out to dinner.....so you end up spending more on the drinks than you would have on dinner... all good fun though!

Sant' Alessandro

by croisbeauty

Admits droves of neo-Classical buildings all over Milano, Sant' Alessandro is tucked away in completely Baroque little corner of the city. The 17th century aquare is completely dominated by the imposing facade of the church of Sant' Alessandro, one of the lovelist examples of Baroque in Milano.
The church, built over the site of a pre-existing medieval building, was designed by Barnabite monk, Lorenzo Binago, who gave it a round plan with a dome. The rich Baroque facade is accompained by two belltowers on either side designed by Bianchi in the typical early 18th century style.

Join the Locals Eating & Drinking

by weewatty about Navigli

This area of Milan is well known for its many Resturants, Bars and Cafes.

A lot of them can be found along the canal, known as the Navigli Grande. It seems to be the area all the locals hang out in so for a real taste of the Milanese nightlife this is the place to come.

We managed to have a fun night out here on a Thursday night when the bars were not that packed that you could'nt find a seat. Casual - Jeans were the norm.

Malpensa Shuttle bus

by Gard

After we landed at Malpensa we got some Euros and we were ready to head into town. We chose to take the Malpensa Shuttle bus. It cost 4.5€ and took about 50 minutes to reach the Stazione Centrale (the main railway station in Milan). The bus trip gave us an opportunity to have a first look at Italy. Malpensa airport is located a bit outside of Milan so it was nice and green driving into the city. When we reached the Stazione Centrale it was easy to see that this was maybe not the best part of town (homeless people loitering about the bus station and park in front) but the building itself is impressive. It was opened in 1931 and is 207 meter wide and 36 meter high so the entrance is quite spectacular.

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Address: Via Rubens, 21, Milan, Lombardy, 20148, Italy