Atahotel De Angeli Residence

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Via Trivulzio 8, Milan, Lombardy, 20146, Italy
ATAHOTEL De Angeli Residence
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Very Good
38%
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Average
30%
4
Poor
7%
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23%
3

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Costs 30% less but rated 20% lower than other 4 star hotels

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  • Families66
  • Couples45
  • Solo80
  • Business64

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Forum Posts

open on a holiday?

by carolidmd

Please tell me if it is possible to view the Last Supper at the Santa Maria delle Grazie on December 7th, 2010 which is the Feast of St. Ambrogio. In addition, please tell me if it possible to view the Last Supper at the Santa Maria delle Crazie on December 8th, 2010 which is the Feast of the Immaculate Conception. Thank you very much.

Re: open on a holiday?

by hawkhead

Here is the website for The Last Supper. Booking for December doesn't open until 7th September. However, from another site I have ascertained that the site is open every day except Christmas Day, New year's Day and 1st May.

http://goitaly.about.com/gi/o.htm?zi=1/XJ&zTi=1&sdn=goitaly&cdn=travel&tm=22&f=20&tt=13&bt=1&bts=1&zu=http%3A//www.vivaticket.it/evento.php%3Fid_evento%3D298097%26op%3DcenacoloVinciano

Travel Tips for Milan

Summertime on the Naviglio

by jglsongs

The Naviglio district at night is wonderful- sitting in an outdoor cafe or restaurant, soaking in the sounds, sights and smells. Everyone is out, everyone is gorgeous, lights shimmer along the canal...and the mosquitoes are out in full force.

Either bring bug spray or wear light (breathable) cotton long pants and shirts if you're going to sit outside. A wonderful dinner, a good bottle of wine, a creamy gelato or a moonlit stroll can be ruined by the mosquitoes that love this district as much as the locals and tourists do.

A good "Cappuccino" to wake you up

by draguza

Italians always drink cappuccino or coffee at the bar for breakfast in the morning

Please note that a "real Italian coffee" is rather small compared to those big portions served for instance at "Starbucks", but it tastes stronger!

EL SALVAGENTE !!!!!
16, via...

by Dany_Kulta

EL SALVAGENTE !!!!!
16, via Fratelli BRONZETTI
Not so far from the train station !
Take a taxi, and welcome to shopping's paradise!

In this shop, I have found a suit Armani for 350 dollars instead of 900!!!!!!!! Why? Because the sell article from Luxurious shops which change of clothes every month!!!!! They have ALL! Versace, Nina Ricci, D&G...well, if you are in Milano, don't miss that!!!!!!!! All the other shops are quite expensive!

Evening drinks and nibbles

by Flamegirl about Art Factory

A very pleasant custom in Italy is for bars to put out nibbles during the early evening "aperitivo" time. In many bars this simply consists of crisps, olives and nuts, but many will offer small pizza squares or bread and meats, and a few literally lay on a free dinner for their customers, providing salads, pasta dishes and other snacks - you just help yourself!

Art Factory is one such place which doesn't stint on the buffet. As a result it's best to arrive early because although the food is replenished til 8 or 9pm, it can be a challenge to find a table!

Drinks these days in Italy aren't cheap (cocktails are generally €7-8, often €5 during happy hour) but contain more alcohol than cocktails in the UK. However there are lots of good italian wines which are relatively inexpensive. none

Getting around Milan

by sierralyndon

The Metro is to me the best way to get around town. Trams are great fun as well, but are subject to getting caught in traffic. Tickets are sold in the machines in tube stations, but it is more convenient to buy them at news agents. The ticketing system is transitioning to an electronic system, so you will probably see machines for both kinds of tickets at stations.

There are different types of tickets: one-day tickets, 2-day tickets, carnets (10 trips) and weekly carnets. Tickets are valid for busses, the tube and trams.

If you get the one-day ticket, it is valid for 24 hours. Meaning that if you validate it for the first time at 12.00 pm Saturday, it is valid until 12.00 pm Sunday.

More information on routes and time-tables can be found on the website below.

Also, be warned that strikes take place fairly frequently with a few days' warning. Often there are announcements in the tube station itself, but they're usually in Italian. So do check with hotel staff if you're visiting, they should be able to find out for you.

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Address: Via Trivulzio 8, Milan, Lombardy, 20146, Italy